(x) credits at bottom of Casino Royale movie poster - URW Bee {Yves}

eikewohlgemuth's picture

Does anybody know this condensed font used in the bodytext of the Casino Royale poster linked below?
The Logo Type is the Century Gothic.
Thanx and best regards

Eike

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Scott D's picture

It's Century Gothic as identified in this thread: http://typophile.com/node/32697

Edit: Oops. That will teach me to read the entire post first.

Bald Condensed's picture

I think this is URW Bee. As discussed here.

This question pops up regularly on Typophile.

brett jordan's picture

univers thin ultra condensed is also a very close match, as mentioned on previous discussions... might want to squidge™ it a mite...

jupiterboy's picture

Ohrada and/or Normalstock from Storm will work as well. As above, Bee is used most often.

Nick Cooke's picture

And isn't that Benguiat behind his head?

Nick Cooke

Linda Cunningham's picture

And the building's sign is Benguiat. :-)

Bald Condensed's picture

Nick and Linda, ya big show-offs. :^P ;^) :^D

Linda Cunningham's picture

hahahaha You're just jealous that we spotted it first! ;-)

Nick Cooke's picture

Actually, I'm such a nerd that I ID'd it while watching the film in the cinema.

Sad.

Nick Cooke

Ps. I kept it to myself though - I don't think my wife would have been that impressed by me going 'See that typeface - That's Benguiat pronounced Bengat that is' while watching a James Bond film.

andrewrainwater's picture

I guess there's a scene that Daniel Craig played blackjack tables at that time in casino with his enemies looking forward to him and fought for his life.

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