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POTD: This Unused ‘Alien’ Title Treatment Is Pure H.R. Giger

As simple as they are, the opening credits for Alien are rather iconic. All the important names of the cast and crew appear on screen as the title is slowly revealed piece by piece. It appears in the movie exactly as it did in the posters leading up to the release of the film. But […] The post POTD: This Unused ‘Alien’ Title Treatment Is Pure H.R. Giger appeared first on /Film.
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