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Ralf Herrmann

Can you clarify “notorious” in this context?

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2 hours ago, Ralf Herrmann said:

Can you clarify “notorious” in this context?

 

Notorious: I mean famous because used by a brand and a corporate.

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I finally found some examples. It was popular in the Hollywood of the Sixties and you could notice it on both cinema and television.

 

¶ The end titles for the CBS logo were set in Venus.

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¶ The ABC series The Time Tunnel (1966) had its production credits with it.

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¶ Some western films like Monte Hellman's 1966 The Shooting and Ride in the Whirlwind.

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