Alvin and the Chipmunks: Funny We Shrunk the Adults (1995 Columbia TriStar Version)
The 1993 CTHV logo is still.
Alvin and the Chipmunks: Back to Alvin's Future (1997 Columbia TriStar Home Video Version)
The 1993 Columbia TriStar Home Video is used, with Brittany in place of the Torch Lady on the Columbia Pictures box.
The Best of Mr. Men and Little Misses (1999 Columbia TriStar Home Video Version)
The 1993 Columbia TriStar Home Video Logo is multicolored.
Heaven (1998 Direct-to-video Release)
The 1993 logo is silent (Except for part of the 2001: A Space Oddysey theme and a soft wind sound), much like on As Good As It Gets.
Status Bank (1996 Reprint)
The 1996 CTHV logo is 8-bit and the boxes are replaced with both halves of the final boss from the movie. The clip-ons and warning are also 8-bit.
Status Bank (Original 1994 VHS)
The 1993 CTHE music is 8-bit and the clouds are pixelated.
Alvin and the Chipmunks: Kong! (2002 Columbia Tristar Home Entertainment Version)
The 2001 logo plays, only Alvin and the Chipmunks spice up the logo a lot.
Punky Brewster VHS Collection (1995)
On the first volume, a portion of "Every Time I Turn Around" (The theme song to Punky Brewster) plays over the normal music and the "Now Avaliable on Home Video" clip-on, but the announcer is still intact. The promo of "TV Premieres Collection: All in the Family" plays after. After the "TV Premieres Collection: All in the Family" promo, a short verison of a logo similar to the "Now Available on Home Video" clip on, expect reading "Coming Soon to Videocasette this February". The promo of "TV Premieres Collection: Bewitched", "TV Premieres Collection: Gidget" and "TV Premieres Collection: The Facts of Life" plays after.
On the second volume, a homage version of the Disney's Favorite Stories theme version of "Every Time I Turn Around", and the "Coming Soon to Home Video" clip-on, but there is no announcer. The promo of "TV Premieres Collection: Diff'rent Strokes", "TV Premieres Collection: My Two Dads", "TV Premieres Collection: Parker Lewis Can't Loose" and "TV Premieres Collection: I Dream of Jeannie" play after.
Max Steel Volume One (March 2001 Columbia Tristar Home Entertainment Release)
The Logo Is Placeholder, "COLUMBIA TRISTAR" In Bank Gothic MD BT In Silver On Top And At The Bottom, "HOME ENTERTAINMENT". The 1983 Columbia TriStar Warning Screen Play After.
Max Steel Volume Two (March 2001 Columbia Tristar Home Entertainment Release)
The Logo Appears As A Prototype Variant Of The 2001 Logo. The Animation And The Font Are Sightly Different And The Clouds Animation Is Different. The 1983 Columbia TriStar Warning Screen Play After.
SuperSpy (1997 Direct-To-Video Release)
The 1993 Logo Animates At Normal. After The Logo Forms, The Logo Turns Into A Style Of A Comic Book. The Words "PRESENTS" Under The Logo. The Just4Laughs Logo From 1984 On The Second Page, The Words "A" Above And "PRODUCTION" Below Instead Of "PRODUCTIONS". The Logo Is Silent First. When The Logo Turning To A Comic Book, The Opening Theme Plays Over With A "Whoosh" Sound At The Beginning.
Magic Mountain: Team Magic Mountain (1999)
The 1993 logo is used, but the "COLUMBIA TRISTAR" and "VIDEO" was replaced with "ENTERTAINMENT". On the DVD release, the "HOME VIDEO" logo was replaced with "DVD". This show came out on AustrilianABC in 1997. On the VHS release, it will use the "Coming Soon to a Theater Near You" clip-on, but the announcer is still intact. Trailers for "Muppets from Space/Elmo In Grouchland" plays after. After the "Muppets from Space/Elmo In Grouchland" trailer, a short verison of a logo similar to the "Coming Soon to Home Video" clip on, expect "to own on" was added. Trailers for "The Man Called Flintstone!" and "Batman: The Brave and the Bold" VHS tapes are included. Then the 1983 CT Warning screens play, the Hi-fi stereo logo, then enjoy your program itself.
Pound Puppies: The Original TV Series (2000 Columbia/Tristar Version)
The 1999 CTHV logo is still.