This just flat-out makes me smile.
For the uninitiated, the late graphic designer Saul Bass was responsible for some of the most iconic film titles sequences of the 1950s and 60s, notably Hitchcock's Vertigo and North By Northwest as well as The Man With The Golden Arm and the screen adaptation of Leon Uris' Exodus. He also gave us the AT&T globe logo.
Design student and YouTuber 'bhilmers' describes his homage to Bass' distinctive graphic style as what the titles might have looked like "if Star Wars was filmed two decades earlier". He adheres to the common trend of the time of including sly visual references to the discipline being credited. My personal fave is the paper-cutout Max Rebo peering sideways from the edge of the screen in time for composer John William's 3 seconds of fame (although Williams' most famous score is swapped out for a 1967 Buddy Rich track "Machine").