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1.1 Still frames showing collage of elements (spatial montage) from the title sequence for American Look (1958), designed by Robert Mounsey, Charles Nasca and Otto Simunich for Chevrolet.
1.2 Spatial montage (time–space displacement) in still frames from the title sequence for The Thomas Crown Affair (1968), designed by Pablo Ferro.
2.1 Still frames from The Next Door Neighbors (1909), animated by Émile Cohl.
2.2 Still frames from Rhythm in Light (1934), designed by Mary Ellen Bute.
2.3 Still frames from Synchromy No. 2 (1936), designed by Mary Ellen Bute.
2.4 Still frames showing the opening long take from Kolchak: The Night Stalker (1974), title sequence designed by Jack Cole.
2.5 Still frames showing ...
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