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Condensed sans serif used in "Y Tu Mamá También"

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asked by anonymous Jul 14, 2017

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I believe this is Swiss 911 Extra Compressed, Bitstream’s version of Helvetica Extra Compressed.

answered by Stewf Expert (3,370 points) Jul 14, 2017
selected by Paulo Goode Jul 15, 2017
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Haettenschweiler by Walter Haettenschweiler & Armin Haab.

answered by Tecnotronic Champ (4,086 points) Jul 14, 2017
Hm, close but I don't think so. There are subtle differences throughout, but particuarly in the ‘N’.
It's true, obviously I was too fast and don't even tested it... :(

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