Prior to 1990, the warning screen is from Worldvision Home Video Warning Screen. Prior to 1987-1988, Hanna-Barbera released its product through Worldvision Home Video. During the shakeup at then owner Taft who was transformed into Great American Communications, Worldvision Enterprises was sold off. Accordingly, Hanna-Barbera got its own home video line. This lasted until 1993, when Turner bought H-B a year earlier and subsequently put the video line on moratorium. Thereafter, all H-B product was distributed through Turner Home Entertainment, then Warner Home Video.
The warning screen from Hanna-Barbera Home Video is the same as the 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment warning.
As seen on VHS.
The warning screen from Hanna-Barbera Home Video is the same as the Worldvision Home Video warning.
As seen on VHS.
1990-1993 (Odd Numbered)
The warning screen from Hanna-Barbera Home Video is a dark blue background with "FBI WARNING" in red and the warning text below.
As seen on VHS, such as The Jetsons: Elroy's Mob (1963), The Cabbage Patch Kids First Christmas (1984), and others.
1990-1993 (Even Numbered)
The warning screen from Hanna-Barbera Home Video has the FBI rectangle icon (except the seal was inverted) and the details are in justify alignment. However, a part of the detail, which says "video discs", instead of "video tapes". This was later used for Turner Home Entertainment from 1991 to 1997, Columbia TriStar Home Video (for Castle Rock Entertainment eras) from 1994 to 1997, PBS Home Entertainment from 1994 to 1997 and Golf Channel from 1997 to 2000.
As seen on VHS, such as Young Robin Hood episodes, Hanna-Barbera Fairy Tales (1990), Hanna-Barbera's Personal Favorites episodes, and others.