1979-1989[edit | edit source]
The warning screen from Sony Video EP, Sony Video LP, Sony Video 45, Sony Video Software and SVS, Inc., especially on a black background and a red line with "WARNING" above the red line and warning text below the red line in typing text. This was also used for a lot of companies in the UK, like Picture Music International.
As seen on VHS, such as The Snowman (1982), Duran Duran Video 45 (1983), Portifolo (1983), The Beatles: Ready, Steady, Go Live! (1985), Dirty Laundry (1987), Slaughterhouse Rock (1987), Best of the Best (1989), and others.
1989-1992[edit | edit source]
The warning screen from SVS, Inc. and SVS/Triumph is the same as the RCA/Columbia Pictures Home Video and Columbia TriStar Home Video/Columbia Tristar Home Entertainment (now Sony Pictures Home Entertainment) warning screen.
In 1992, SVS/Triumph has been folded into Columbia TriStar Home Video.
As seen on VHS, such as One Man Out (1989), The Gate II: Trespassers (1990), Hangin' with the Homeboys (1991), Relentless 2: Dead On (1992), and others.