Saving Private Ryan Font

About Saving Private Ryan Font

Saving Private Ryan font here refers to the font used in the poster of Saving Private Ryan, which is an American epic war movie released in 1998. Set in World War II following the invasion of Normandy, the movie tells the story of a group of U.S. soldiers’ efforts to go behind enemy lines to retrieve a paratrooper whose brothers have been killed in the war.

The movie title in the poster is set in Helvetica typeface. The “saving” part is probably Helvetica 95 Black while the “private ryan” part is probably Helvetica 55 Roman. Both are available as commercial fonts and you can view details about them here and here respectively.

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The Helvetica font identified above is not available for free, please follow the link above and purchase the font. Meanwhile, you can take a look at our collection of fonts for cars, pop music and apparel, some of which are available for free download.

Helvetica Typeface in Use

In addition to Saving Private Ryan, Helvetica typeface is also used in the following logos, movie posters or album covers etc., including: Get What You Give, Robbers & Cowards, Remember Me, Dirt: Showdown, Crisis, Let It Shine, Entourage, Armin van Buuren, Project Gotham Racing, America’s Got Talent, Dirty Harry, The Dirties, Microsoft Flight Simulator, Spirit Airlines, Planet Earth, The Daily Show, The Kingdom, My Week with Marilyn, Bad Company, Prototype, Captain Phillips, 2 Guns, Dancing with the Stars, Alcatraz, Sideways, Bernie, 3M, Post-it, Blood Diamond, Mattel, Stand Up and Scream, The Cove, A Separation, Best of En Vogue, Warrior, Catch Me If You Can, What Women Want, True Lies, This Is 40, The Last Stand, Parental Guidance, Staples, Sears, Crate & Barrel, LG, Hitachi, Fendi, Modern Family, Bendix, Microsoft, Target, The Vampire Diaries, Epson, Panasonic, Mad Men, North Face, Philippine Airlines, Lufthansa, American Airlines, Hershey’s, Jeep, Gossip Girl, BMW, American Apparel.