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Dom Casual is an American typeface designed in 1951 by Peter Dom. It is an informal design that emulates brush script.
Dom Casual has been used often in television credits, like on Bewitched, Barney Miller and Only Fools And Horses, as well as 1960-64 Warner Bros. cartoons, and is currently used in various labels on The Price Is Right. In business and commerce, The Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company ("A&P") used it in their instore broadsheet signage and in newspaper ads into the mid-1970s. It has also been used in a variety of games, such as Marble Blast Gold and TV shows, such as Bill Nye the Science Guy, Full House, Barney & Friends, Animaniacs, Clarissa Explains It All, America's Funniest Home Videos (Bob Saget era) and Sesame Street (used in its ending credits from 1992-2003).