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Dom Casual is an American typeface designed in 1951 by Peter Dombrezian. It is an informal font that emulates brush script. Dom Casual was often se...
Dom Casual is an American typeface designed in 1951 by Peter Dombrezian. It is an informal font that emulates brush script. Dom Casual was often seen in 1960s television programs, such as nearly all Warner Bros. cartoons from 1960-1964 and Hanna-Barbera and Filmways Productions end titles, as well as Bewitched end titles. Dom Casual was also used for the credits and logos of the television shows Full House (1987-1995) and Clarissa Explains It All (1991-1994). It has also been used extensively for signage on The Price Is Right and Gadget Boy.
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