This is the NTA (National Telefilm Associates) Home Entertainment/Republic Pictures Home Video warning screen until 1998, Live Entertainment (now Lionsgate) took over. This was the same as the Columbia Pictures Home Entertainment/RCA/Columbia Pictures Home Video (now Sony Pictures Home Entertainment) FBI warning screen. This was also used for Hallmark Home Entertainment, 3-G Home Video and Sun Valley Home Video.
As seen on videocassettes (VHS & Betamax) and laserdiscs, such as Cutting Class (1988/1989), Night of the Scarecrow (1994/1995), The Stand (1994), The Langoliers (1995), Freeway (1996), Thinner (1996), It's a Wonderful Life (1946), The Quiet Man (1952), Cadence (1990), Amityville: Dollhouse (1996), Amityville 1992: It's About Time (1992), Amityville: A New Generation (1993), The Battle of Neretva (1970/1971), Son of the Morning Star (1990/1991), Love, Lies & Murder (1991), Bound (1996), The Bells of St. Mary's (1945), High Noon (1952), Night of the Demons trilogy, Witchboard trilogy, The Ticks (1993). Knight Moves (1993), Brothers in Arms (1989), Live Nude Girls (1995), Separate But Equal (1991), Golden Years (1991), Highlander (1986), Highlander 2: The Quickening (1991), Bonanza TV Episodes, Beauty and the Beast (1987-90) TV episodes, Betty Boop: The Defintive Collection (1992), Realitivity Fear (1995), The Babysitter (1995), Femme Fatale (1990/1991), The Red Pony (1949), various Hallmark Hall Of Fame releases and others.
This is the DVD version of the warning. It is the same as the PolyGram Video.
Can be seen on DVDs like Bound, Freeway, and Highlander.