Scare Factor: Low, it may startle you the first time you see it, but it's harmless.
https://newclosinglogosdreamlogos.fandom.com/wiki/Paramount_Home_Entertainment_Warning_Screen?oldid=4083Warning: We see on a dark blue background the warning text in white. Nowadays, this is no longer used at the beginning of Paramount DVDs post-2013, being swapped in favor of Universal's new warning, but this is still used at the end. Availability: Current on all Paramount releases from 2002-present, CBS Home Entertainment releases and DreamWorks releases from 2006-2011. ID: On the background of the late 1980's/early 1990's Paramount warning screen, which we see after their Feature Presentation bumper, we see a message asking viewers to stay tuned after the movie for a specific feature. A Jack-in-the-Box (ala the Harvey Films logo) pops from inside the box, opening the word "Dvd-4-U Entertainment (With Presents Variant) (1999) In 1989, the first period returned, but the other punctuation is still missing. Logo with "Paramount Pictures Corporation" wordmark (1979) SVG version needed.
The Viacom variant is the most common and appears on …
Scare Factor: None; not scary, just boring. We see the standard Warning in the ITC Korinna font. Paramount Home Entertainment Feature Presentation IDsAvailability: Current on all Paramount releases from 2002-present, CBS Home Entertainment releases and DreamWorks releases from 2006-2011. Hinkler Books Pty Ltd (2000s) (With Warning Screen)When Famous Studios reincorporated as Paramount Cartoon Studios in 1956, after the title card, it just went straight to the cartoon title or vice versa.Starting in 1947, The TECHINCOLOR text is changed to "COLOR BY TECHINCOLOR" On Cinecolor cartoons, instead of "TECHINCOLOR", it read "CINECOLOR".in the Paramount font. This was used until 1984. The title screen then appears on a specialty background: "Max Fleischer Presents..." with whoever is the star of the cartoon. The 1979 version still had the period and comma. Spotted on a 1989 VHS release of Star Trek: The Animated Series - Volume Five. This modified version of the previous logo replaced the Paramount Mountain's striped-star ring with a more simplistic one. The other two variants are easier to find.
We cut to one more shot that lasts in the rest of the warning. Paramount Television Network is owned by Viacom and is part of Viacom Media Networks. FX/SFX: None, except for the text scrolling at the end of the tape. The gray-colored background variant can be found on most Paramount DVDs.
This follows the 1978 Paramount Home Video logo. V • T • E Paramount Pictures. Nicknames: "Acid Trip", "Taste the Rainbow" June 27, 1991-1994. There is an early version of this warning which has the same text as the last warning.
The Bauhaus variant can be seen on tapes including later prints of the original release of Grease. The full logo will be out during The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the Run. Availability: Seen on all releases from this era. Availability: Common in the UK and Ireland. In 1995, the font was changed to ITC Benguiat Medium.
New Adam's CLG Wiki: Dream Logos Wiki is a FANDOM Movies Community.FX/SFX: The transformation from the "FEATURE PRESENTATION" zoom-in to the Warning. Paramount Home Entertainment Coming Attraction IDsCheesy Factor: Punctuation is missing. When it stops, Popeye appears in it and toots his pipe.
in the Paramount font. There is an extremely rare variant on demo tapes (for example, Dollman Vs. Warning: On a navy blue background, we see the Warning text in the same font as the 3rd Warning, in English on the first screen, and Spanish on the second screen. Nowadays, this is no longer used at the beginning of Paramount DVDs post-2013, being swapped in favor of Universal's new warning, but this is still used at the end. Variants: Sometimes the text uses a different type of font.
Part of ViacomCBS. The variant is also spotted on Star Trek Paramount tapes from the 1980s (with "Paramount HOME VIDEO" on the side and the Gulf+Western print mountain on the other.) This network is not to be confused with the real Paramount Network (formerly known as Spike).
FX/SFX: None. By 2019, Paramount Animation revealed a new logo including a new mascot. Paramount Studios logo (note that the mountain symbol is shown without the script) Paramount Studios logo, without the mountain symbol.
Seen on most Paramount DVD releases from 1999-2002, such as Wayne's World, Black Sheep and South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut. Availability: Seen on some UK Paramount Home Entertainment VHS and DVD releases. followed by the cartoon title, or vice versa.Starting in 1954, the titles were adjustment for widescreen. The logo says "COLOR BY TECHINCOLOR" (later "TECHINCOLOR" starting in 1956).From 1943 to 1945, they dosen't use a Famous Studios logo, just the text "A FAMOUS STUDIOS PRODUCTION" sandwhiched betweeen "The Sailor" and "in TECHINCOLOR". Some tape appears with "WARNING" scrolling on it.