The Bold and the Beautiful Debuts New Opening Credits for 30th Anniversary


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The Bold and the Beautiful unveiled a new opening credit sequence for its 30th anniversary on March 23.

The new opening pays homage to the serial’s classic opening that debuted when the series premiered in 1987. It features glamorous single-frame cast shots set to a subtle modernization of the “High Upon This Love” theme which was composed by Jack Allocco and David Kurtz.

Cast shots also pay tribute to signature poses from the soap’s original opening (which was constantly updated to incorporate cast changes from 1987 until 2004), including Katherine Kelly Lang’s Brooke posing similarly as Susan Flannery’s Stephanie with the dress and pearls at the mirror, Pierson Fodé’s Thomas at the pool just like Dan McVicar’s Clark, Jacqueline MacInnes Wood’s Steffy at the gate just like Lesli Kay’s Felicia, Jacob Young’s Rick holding the fabric just like Charles Grant’s Grant did and Darin Brooks’ Wyatt at the window just like Winsor Harmon’s Thorne.

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The title card even highlights a ’30’ with the ‘BO’ in the Bold lettering. Check out the updated opening below, as well as the classic from 1987. Font used in title card is also the iconic Huxley vertical font, which is also used in the Bell-Phillip Television Productions/Bell Dramatic Serial Company closing logos.

The Young and the Restless recently updated their opening credits as well, check it out here.


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