Rollerball font here refers to the font used in the poster of Rollerball, which is a 1975 dystopian science fiction movie directed by Norman Jewison.
The font used for the movie title in the poster is very similar to Laser Disco Plain, which in turn was inspired by the music and movie arts of the 1970s. Designed by Jonathan Hill in 2008, Laser Disco is now available in six styles, namely, Plain, Italic, A-Italic, Outline, Extruded and Extended. You can view more details about the typeface here.
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Laser Disco Typeface in Use
In addition to Rollerball, It seems we can’t find other examples (logos, movie posters, album covers etc.) of Laser Disco typeface in use.
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