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Moulin Rouge! (2001) Poster

(2001)

Crazy Credits

The orchestra conductor conducts the 20th Century Fox music before the actual movie begins.
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Curtains open at the beginning and close at the end of the movie. And at the bottom of the screen you can see an orchestra conductor.
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At the end of the film the following title cards are displayed: This story is about / TRUTH / BEAUTY / FREEDOM / But above all / LOVE.
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The ending credits are printed on two (very long) hand painted rolls of paper. The camera is still while the paper is scrolled past. The place where the two pieces are joined is clearly visible. The crew tried to hide the splice, but couldn't make it look good enough, and so decided to keep it as seen in the movie.
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When the film's title is shown, a silhouette of a cutout can-can dancer dances across the title card, with other silhouettes of men in top hats below her.
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