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Recently I've been trying to identify as many of the fonts used in Disney/Pixar's 2008 film WALL-E as possible, and though I've had success identifying quite a few of them (as seen in this MyFonts.com Album), there've been a few I just can't seem to find through either browsing hundreds of fonts manually or using WhatTheFont. So I'm hoping some of the experts here might be able to help me out. I've tried to provide as clear pictures of possible for each font.
The first one was used in M-O's (the cleaning robot) internal Head-Up display, but as far as I can tell was only used for numbers. All the letters that show up look like Microgramma/Eurostile/Square 721, but I've posted samples of both the numbers and letters in case it's another Microgramma or Eurostile varient I'm not aware of that just has really different numbers. The zero and eight are rather distinctive, so I'm hoping someone might know what font is being used for it.
Second is the font used for Eve's logo/brand. Despite going through a lot of narrow and tall fonts on MyFont, I just couldn't come across anything that really matched. None of them had an "E" that was rounded like this, period.
Third is the font used for any display of the "A-113" Directive. I've found a couple that were close, but neither matched perfectly... Konstruct-Square (almost perfect, but the "A" is wrong), and Quadrangle (a bit too heavy, and the "3" isn't exactly right).
And finally, though I'm not as interested in this one as the first three, I thought I'd post it here on the off-chance someone might know it. It was used briefly as a security camera recording timecode. This was the best shot I could get. The seven is a bit unusual; but despite going through many fonts I could really see anything that matched.