The Real Howard Spitz. Directed by: Vadim Jean

Kelsey Grammer plays Howard Spitz an author behind a string of poorly selling detective novels. He has discovered 
that children's books sell very well and believes this is an easy way to make money. The story follows on.

The main title sequence had Grammar writing on his old typewriter. Visually at the same time and in the 'font style' of this antique typewriter the cast and technical credits appear. The main tile itself 'animates on' and 'disappears' to the ring of the 'return' function of the typewriter.

The titles and optical effects were produced at Cine image film Opticals.