Here's a rather interesting series of typographic finds by Steven Heller, who writes "Vintage movie title cards were not viewed as significant graphic design when they were created in the '30s, '40s, and '50s. To look at them now, some are masterpieces of hand-lettering."
Heller's uncovered a website called the Movie Title Stills Collection, which features screengrabs from movies dating from 1920 to the present day.
Bonus question--does anyone know what job title Eva Marie Saint's character held in the following movie?
Hit the jump to see if you're right.
Eva Marie Saint was, according to a scene on the train, an industrial designer.