These are the warning screens from Orion Home Video. In 1978, Orion Pictures, was working with Warner Bros., but in 1982, Orion Pictures and Warner Bros. have been separated but Orion Pictures, which owns Hemdale, Filmways and American International in 1980s, keeps on going until in 1998 or 1999, Orion Pictures has been defuncted but relaunched in 2013. These Orion movies are distributed by Warner Bros. from 1979-81 and MGM in 1982-99.

June 19, 1992-November 4, 1997[edit | edit source]

The warning screen from Orion Home Video and Filmways Home Video is the same as the Warner Home Video Warning Screen from 1984-2004, especially with the "$250,000 fine" details and a rounded side at the end of this. This product looks very similar to the WCI/Warner Home Video warning screen from 1978-1981. This was also used for SouthGate Entertainment (for Shapiro Glickenhaus eras), Warner Reprise Video, Warner Music Vision and Shapiro Glickenhaus Home Video.

As seen on videocassettes (VHS & Betamax), such as RoboCop (1987), RoboCop 2 (1990), Mermaids (1990), Mac and Me (1988), UHF (1989), The Silence of the Lambs (1990/1991), Dances With Wolves (1990), She-Devil (1989), Married to the Mob (1988), Navy SEALs (1990), Crimes and Misdemeandors (1989), Shadows and Fog (1991/1992), Great Balls of Fire! (1989), Monkey Shines (1988), The Package (1989), Cherry 2000 (1988), Colors (1988), Mississippi Burning (1988), Johnny Be Goode (1988), Heart of Dixie (1989) and others.

April 30, 1993-December 16, 1994 (GoodTimes Home Entertainment Eras)[edit | edit source]

This warning screen is the same as the 1990-99 GoodTimes Warning Screen for Orion Pictures Eras.

As seen on VHS, such as Mad Max (1979), Futureworld (1976), RoboCop 3 (1993), Lone Wolf McQuade (1983), The Dark Half (1992/1993) and others.

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