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The Fairly OddParents (2003, Buena Vista Home Entertainment VHS Tapes): After the previews for the 2003-2004 VHS releases from Buena Vista,

there is a "Join Us After the Feature" logo, customized for The Fairly OddParents. The announcer, Beau Weaver says "Join us after the feature for how Vicky the Babysitter plays Duck Duck Goose. And then, see a trailer for the new video game called Breakin' Da Rules, but don't miss the TV movie on Nickelodeon!".

After that, the "Feature Program" logo from the 2000 VHS's of Winnie-the-Pooh: Storybook Classics, plays.

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The History of Violent Wereskunks: The Movie (September 2003 VHS, Buena Vista Home Entertainment): After the previews for Atlantis: Milo's Return, Finding Nemo, and Spider-Man: Return of the Green Goblin, Wereskunks are seen surrounding a man, when ''STAY TUNED AFTER THE FEATURE'' ''FEATURE PRESENTATION'' in a Bank Gothic font fade in. Then, Brian Cummings says, ''Stay tuned after the feature for trailers and TV spots for A Man and His Wereskunk Friend.'' Then, he says ''And now our feature presentation.'' The song playing is Chocolate Helicopter from the introduction to Left 4 Dead 2. (NOTE: Based on the Regular Show episode Skunked and the 2005 movie The History of Violence.)

Sonic Underground: Future Chasers (April 2002 VHS, Buena Vista Home Entertainment): After the previews for Peter Pan: Return to Neverland, The Country Bears, and The Santa Clause 2, the song ''Click Click Boom'' by Saliva plays as an older version of me is on a futuristic motorcycle, which the film takes place in London in 2046, as he's being chased by the Sonic Underground as he was framed for a crime he didn't commit. He crashes into the London Underground and hitches a ride on a train. ''STAY TUNED AFTER THE FILM'' fades in with the Agency FB font from 2012 (2009) and Dredd 3D (2012). The narrator from the Chronicle (2012) and The Fourth Kind (2009) TV spots reads the text. Same thing with ''FEATURE PRESENTATION''. (NOTE: The motorcycle crash scene is a homage to the opening scene to the 2012 film Lockout). At the end of the film, after the Beauty and the Beast: Special Platinum Edition (2002 VHS/DVD) preview, we see static with the static sound from Slender, and after the static flows away, we see an apocalyptic London background with explosions and planes dropping bombs. Then, the older me says as a reference to one of Christian Bale's lines from Terminator: Salvation (2009), ''If you are watching this, then you are the resistance.'', only the older me says, ''If you are watching this, then rewind your tape to see the previews or the movie again.''.

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Underdog (1997, Buena Vista Home Video):After previews for "Bill Nye", "The Neverending Story 3", "The Thief and the Cobbler", and the Black-Blue Buena Vista Home Video logo, a customized variation of the Feature Program plays. The sound is the same as the 1992-2000 Feature Program logo music (as heard on Alvin and the Chipmunks (some tapes from 1994), "Disney Princess Collection" (with Ariel and Jasmine), "Disney Sing Along Songs" (1998-2000 tapes), and more pre-2000 tapes that use the music).

A Very Special Acid Trip (September 9, 1997):The Feature Program logo from "Bone Chillers: Art Intimidates Life" plays. But a few changes are made. Instead of the announcer saying "And Now, Our Feature Program!", Alexandros Martinez says "Now everyone, back to sleep!". The 1992 WDHV music is kept just for fun.

Underdog VHS Collection (May 16, 1995): The opening previews start out with the 1991-1997 FBI Warnings. Then, we see the Buena Vista Home Video logo, but the background is a blackish-purple scheme a la 2002 Buena Vista Home Video logo from "Spider-Man: The Return of the Green Goblin". The music is also the same of the 2002 variation.

Then, we see the "Now on Video" logo. This one is exactly the same as the Jay Ward "Feature Program" logo from "Alvin and the Chipmunks: KONG!". Instead of the words "Feature Program", it reads "NOW ON VIDEO". The music is the same as the "Now Available on Videocassette" logo from "Disney Princess Collection: Wish Upon a Starfish". After that, we see the trailers for "Underdog VHS Promo" (All predecessors from Buena Vista Home Video) and "The Swan Princess" (Miramax Home Entertainment).

After the previews, there is a special "FEATURE PROGRAM" logo. This one uses the Chilean, Norwegian, Swedish, and Brazilian Feature Presentation music with the announcer saying "And Now, Our Feature Program!" The visual effects take place on a starry night sky, with the words "Feature Program" in gold, flying in the screen a la 1998 Buena Vista Home Video logo from the 1998 VHS Opening of "Kiki's Delivery Service". Depending on the tape, theme songs vary (i.e. If you get King Leonardo, Odio Cologne, The Hunter, Tooter Turtle or The Wizard, then the King and Odie theme song plays).

Underdog VHS Collection (2003/04 Re-release): After the previews for 2003-04 releases from Buena Vista, there is a "Join Us After the Program" logo, customized for the Underdog franchise. The announcer says, "For more heroic fun, join us after the program for some never-before seen cartoons from the Underdog catalog, like when "The Hunter saves the Brooklyn Bridge from The Fox". Also, stay for a bonus Underdog featurette: "The Nug of Nog". After that, the 2002 Feature Program logo from "Schoolhouse Rock" (2002 VHS), "Spiderman: The Return of the Green Goblin", and "DSAS: On My Way" play. This was from the First VHS.

The second VHS has cartoons from the Nemesis DVD ("The Wicked Witch of Pickyoon" and "The Silver Thieves"). The announcer says "Join us after our Feature Program for more great cartoons from the Underdog catalog"! The music is the Underdog theme, as heard above. The rest goes to the said Feature Program (See above).

The Third VHS ("The Vacuum Gun", "From Helpless to Hopeless", and "Underdog vs. Overcat") does "The Underdog Family" (A montage of chracters of Underdog characters to different songs--i.e. King and Odie get "Bongo Congo"). The Bongo Congo music plays during the Feature Program interval. The announcer says "For more fun, join us after the program for a montage of the Underdog Family. Plus, stick around for 4 bonus Underdog cartoons, absent from Television in over 40 years." The rest goes to the said Feature Program (See above).

Family Guy (1997, Buena Vista Home Video): After the previews for "Nightmare Ned", and "The Toys Who Saved Christmas", as well as the 1989 Buena Vista Home Video logo, there is a "Feature Program" logo customized for "Family Guy" tapes. The music is the same as the first Feature Program logo (just like the Bone Chillers, Doug, and Quack Pack variants).

After the first cartoon, there is a "Stay Tuned" screen, where the announcer says something about the following cartoon.

After the credits, the Fuzzy Door logo is accompanied by the Buena Vista logo. In other words, just like the "Quack Pack" tapes, the first logo has the first half of the BVHV logo music.

The Swan Princess (1995; Miramax Home Entertainment): After the previews for Toy Story (Coming Soon to Theaters), The Santa Clause, The Thief and the Cobbler, Man of the House (Coming Soon to Videocassette), the music video for Timon and Pumbaa's version of "Stand by Me", the special "Stay Tuned.." logo is customized for "The Swan Princess". The music is the electrical guitar rift from Regina Belle and Jeffery Osborne's version of "Far Longer than Forever". The announcer tells the viewers to "What you're about to see is the hit music video Eternity, performed by one of the world's greatest pop group Dreams Come True, coming up, right after The Swan Princess.". After the logo, the 1994 Whoosh-Bang Feature Presentation plays, along with the Green Format Screen, and the 1987 Miramax Films logo.

Total Drama World Tour Musical Countdown Spectacular (October 28, 2003):This was the only interval to not be based on the 2002-05 Miramax/BVHE hip-hop bumpers. After the previews for 2003-04 releases from Buena Vista, there is a male announcer stating: "Stay with us after the program to sing along to Total Drama World Tour songs karaoke-style. So, don't miss it". The Feature Program logo (which can be seen on Miramax's Pokemon tapes) and the 2002 Buena Vista Castle follow the bumper.

Gravity Falls (1994-96, DiC Toon Time Video): Some, but not all, tapes start off with the 1991 Green Warnings. Then, the flashbang "Now Available to own on Videocassette" logo plays. Previews for the "Winnie the Pooh" tapes (as seen on the 1996 DSAS tape for "Under the Sea") and the Disney Princess Collection promo (as seen on "Colors of the Wind" and "Sailor Moon"). After that, the Feature Program logo--from "Beauty and the Beast: The Enchanted Christmas"--plays. The logo is in videotaped variant. After that the DiC Toon Time Video logo plays.

Big Hero 6: The Miniseries (August 22, 2000 VHS):After the 2000 Warnings and the 1998 Buena Vista Home Video logo (the one seen on "Kiki's Delivery Service"), we are introduced to a modified "After the Program" bumper. The music is the first notes to "Eye of the Tiger", with the announcer reading "Be sure to stay tuned after the program for a special message from Buena Vista Home Video".

After the bumper, here are the following previews:

  • Coming Soon To Theaters: 102 Dalmatians, Emperor's New Groove
  • Coming Soon To Own On Video and DVD: Fantasia 2000, The Little Mermaid 2: Return to the Sea, Toy Story 2
  • Now Available To Own On Video: Discover Spot, Walt Disney Gold Classic Collection (the one seen on "Life Size" 2000 VHS)

After the previews, the Feature Presentation logo (with the cheerful announcer) plays.

After the program, a music video for Leann Rimes' song "Can't Fight the Moonlight" is shown to promote "Coyote Ugly" in theaters.

Supernoobs (2000 DiC Toon Time VIdeo): The previews start out with the 1997-2000 Green Warnings and the 1998 Buena Vista Home Video logo (as seen on Raymond Briggs' "The Bear" and "The Duke"). After that, there is a bumper customized for the "Supernoobs" tapes.

The first bumper has the text read "Coming Soon To Own On Video and DVD". The music is the instrumental version of the Supernoobs theme, while the usual male announcer reads the text. Trailers for "Tarzan" and "An Extremely Goofy Movie" play.

The same happens for the "Now Available To Own On Video and DVD" logo, announcing the trailer for "Pinocchio".

The "Now Available To Own On Video" logo plays, with the announcer (who would be heard again on "Winnie the Pooh: Storybook Classics" in July 2000 and "The Tigger Movie" in August of the same year) reading the text. The trailer for "Madeline Lost in Paris" plays afterwards.

Finally, the Feature Program logo plays. The announcer is the one recycled from the 1999 VHS of "Spot's Magical Christmas". The BVHV castle returns (unlike "Inspector Gadget", it is fully played), followed by the 1994 DiC Toon Time Video logo. The theme song plays. Supernoobs is among the last of the shows (the other being the "Lost Episodes" of Sailor Moon from 1997/98) to use the DiC 1990 Kid in Bed Music, before being phased out.

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Dragon Ball Z VHS Collection: Saiyan Saga (subbed) (late 1991 VHS box set, Buena Vista Home Video, later released on Laserdisc in April 1992) (variants may vary): The opening previews start out with the 1991 FBI warnings and the 1989 Buena Vista Home Video logo. Then, we see the "Coming to Theaters from Walt Disney Pictures" logo, but it takes place in the textless title card of the first episode that plays on the tape. The variations for "Coming to Theaters from Walt Disney Pictures" vary, but they all have the exact same audio as the "Coming to Theaters from Walt Disney Pictures" logo. The theatrical trailer for Beauty and the Beast plays afterward. For the laserdisc release, the same variants would play, but the theatrical trailer for Aladdin plays afterward.

Variants pictured: Tape 1 (left), tape 2 (right). Page will be updated with variants from more tapes as time goes on.

After this, we see the "Coming on Videocassette" logo, but it takes place in the textless title card of the second episode that plays on the tape and the text is on the Laser font. Like the CTTFWDP logo, the variations vary, but they all have the "Coming to Videocassette" logo from the 1992 VHS of Father of the Bride's audio (making it the first official release to use this logo's audio). For the demo tape variant, it has the "Also from Touchstone" logo's music and sounds. The home video trailers for whatever Touchstone titles were being released play shortly hereafter. Sometimes, the logo and trailers will not play and will skip directly to the SFAOFFBVHV logo.

Variants pictured: Demo tape (left), box set (right). Page will be updated with variants from more tapes as time goes on.

After the Touchstone movie trailers, we see the "Special Previews after our feature from Buena Vista Home Video" logo, but it takes place on the textless title card of the third episode (and on subsequent tapes, the second or third episode) that plays on the tape and the text is on Laser font, making this the first official release to use this logo. Like the CTTFWDP and COV/AYVDATHTAFTHV logos, the variations vary, but they all have the "Special Previews after our feature from Buena Vista Home Video" logo from the 1992 VHS of Father of the Bride's audio.

Variants pictured: Tape 1 (left), tape 2 (right). Page will be updated with variants from more tapes as time goes on.

After this, a customized version of the 1991 Feature Presentation logo plays, but it takes place on the textless title card of the fourth episode (and on subsequent tapes, the third episode) that plays. This box set is also the first official release to use this logo and also the only Buena Vista Home Video release to use this logo. The episodes (which are sourced from dupes of the original broadcast masters (complete with higher quality audio, split NEPs, and endcards) play after.

Variants pictured: Tape 1 (left), tape 2 (right). Page will be updated with variants from more tapes as time goes on.

After the end of the tape, we see a customized version of the "Also Coming from Touchstone Home Video & Hollywood Pictures Home Video" logo, but it takes place on the DBZ textless NEP (next episode preview) background, with the "ACFTHV&HPHV" logo's audio from the "Father of the Bride" demo VHS playing over it. Trailers from whichever Disney/Touchstone/Hollywood Pictures films were also being released on video in late 1991-1992 play afterward.

After the previews end (on the final tape/laserdisc on this box set), Grant Goodeve says "Thank you for purchasing this tape (VHS)/laserdisc (LD) box set. We hope you purchase any upcoming titles featured on this tape in the near future."

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Nightmarez (1996, 1998 VHS): The Feature Program logo from the Winnie the Pooh VHS tapes plays, but the background is black and the text is green. Also, the music is a spooky tune and the announcer says "And now, for our Feature Program!" and does an evil laugh.

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The Greatest Adventures of He-Man and the Masters of the Universe: Volumes 1-3 (Thanksgiving 1993 VHS box set) (variants may vary): The tapes start with the 1991 green Warning screens, the 1986 Video Dealer Announcement screen (these are the last tapes to use this), and the 1989 Buena Vista Home Video logo. Then, we see the "Coming to Theatres This Holiday Season" logo, but the text is in the Dom Casual font and the logo takes place in the textless title card of the first episode that plays on the tape. The audio is from the end of a theatrical trailer for Disney's The Little Mermaid. The theatrical trailer for Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas plays after.

After that, a "Coming Soon to Videocassette from Touchstone Home Video" or "Coming Soon to Videocassette from Walt Disney Home Video" logo plays, but it takes place in the textless title card of the second episode that plays on the tape. Like the "Coming to Theatres This Holiday Season" logo, the background may vary. The audio for the Touchstone variant is from the 1992 VHS tapes of The Rocketeer, Paradise, and The Doctor, but the audio for the Walt Disney variant is from the 1992 alternate VHS of Disney's Beauty and the Beast. Trailers for two of whatever titles Touchstone Home Video and Walt Disney Home Video are being released play after. For example, Volume 1 shows the previews for Muppet Christmas Carol and The Fox and the Hound.


After the Touchstone or Walt Disney trailers, we see a "Special Previews after our feature from Buena Vista Home Video" logo, but it takes place in the textless title card of the third episode that plays in the tape. Like the CTTTHS and CSTVFTHV or CSTVFWDHV logos, the background may vary, but they all have the same audio from the 1992 VHS of Father of the Bride.

After this, a customized version of the 1992 Jim Henson Video "Feature Program" logo plays, but this time, the text reads "Feature Presentation" and it takes place in Castle Grayskull. The music is "He-Man Theme" by Shuki Levy and the voiceover is from the New Line Home Video "Feature Presentation" logo. The 1989 Buena Vista Home Video logo plays again after that, but this time with the word "presents" (recycled from a variation of the 1986 Walt Disney Home Video logo) and the 1985 Filmation logo's music (Note: this logo plastered the 1985 Filmation logo in the opening to this tape).

On Volume 1, the music was the Spanish vocal version of the He-Man theme. This was most likely due to a processing error, as the tape was presented in English.

After the last episode and the closing credits, we see a "Now Available on Videocassette from Buena Vista Home Video" logo, but like the CTTTHS, CSTVFTHV or CSTVFWDHV, and SPAOFFBVHV logos, the background may vary. The audio is from the demo VHS of Frankenweenie (1984). The tape ends with the previews for Fraggle Rock (from the 1993 VHS of Where's Spot?) and Alvin and the Chipmunks VHS tapes (from the 1993 VHS of Back to Alvin's Future).

The Greatest Adventures of He-Man and the Masters of the Universe: Volumes 4-5 (Winter 1994 VHS box set) (variants may vary): The tapes start with the 30-second version of the 1991 green Warning screens, as seen on Volumes 1-3 and the 1989 Buena Vista Home Video logo from 1993 VHS tapes of CarL: The Animated Series. Then, a "COMING TO THEATRES FROM WALT DISNEY PICTURES" logo plays. The text is in the Dom Casual font and takes place in the textless title card seen on the first episode that plays in the tape. Like the logos seen on Volumes 1-3, the background may vary. The theatrical trailer for Disney's The Lion King plays after.

After that, a "COMING SOON FROM WALT DISNEY HOME VIDEO" or "COMING FROM TOUCHSTONE HOME VIDEO" logo plays, but the text takes place in the textless title card of the second episode that plays in the tape. Like the CTTFWDP logo, the background may vary. Trailers for two of whatever titles Walt Disney or Touchstone is releasing on videocassette play after.

Then, a "STAY TUNED AFTER OUR FEATURE" logo plays, but the text takes place in the textless title card of the third episode that plays in the tape. Like the CTTFWDP and CSFWDHV or CFTHV logos, the background may vary. The audio is a combination of the 1991 WDHV logo's music and the voiceover from the 1992 demo VHS of Father of the Bride. Then, the "Feature Presentation" logo from Volumes 1-3 play, but the audio is from the 1992-1994 black-blue "Feature Presentation" logo as seen on the 1993 VHS of Baby: Secret of the Lost Legend and some other tapes from Buena Vista Home Video.

After the last episode, we see a "NOW AVAILABLE ON VIDEOCASSETTE" logo, but like the CTTFWDP, CSFWDHV or CFTHV, and STAOF logos, the background may vary. The tape ends with the preview for Billy Bunny's Animal Songs (as seen on the 1993 VHS of Where's Spot?), a promo for Jim Henson's Dinosaurs VHS tapes, the music video for "I'm the Baby", and the copyright screen from the end of the preview for 1993 Fraggle Rock videos.

He-Man and She-Ra: A Christmas Special (late October 1993 VHS): After the 1991 green Warning screens and the 1989 Buena Vista Home Video logo, a "Coming to Theaters This Holiday Season" logo appears. On the same background as the end credits of Disney's Sing-Along Songs: Very Merry Christmas Songs, the text appears in the Biondi font (similar to the Winnie the Pooh "Feature Program" logo). The music is the beginning of "Great Ovation" by Steve Gray anf the announcer is from the 1993 VHS of The Greatest Adventures of He-Man: Volume 1. The theatrical trailer for The Nightmare Before Christmas plays after.

After that, a "Coming Soon To Videocassette" logo in the same style of the CTTTHS logo plays. The audio is from the "Coming to Videocassette" logo seen on the 1995 alternate VHS of The Lion King. The trailer for The Fox and the Hound plays after.

After that, a "Special Preview After the Movie from Buena Vista Home Video" logo plays in the same style as the CTTTHS and CSTV logos. The audio is from the 1992 VHS of So Dear to My Heart. Then, the text fades and the audio changes to the 1991 lilac blue "Feature Presentation" logo. The words "Feature Presentation" fly from the centre of the screen.


After the movie and a scene from the He-Man and the Masters of the Universe episode "Dree-Elle's Return", a promo for The Greatest Adventures of He-Man: Vol. 1-3 plays. The music is "He-Man theme" by Shuki Levy and a male announcer says "Now available, three great volumes of He-Man's adventures on videocassette!"

Then, an extremely rare "Now Available On Videocassette" logo plays. On the Mickey-Mouse wreath background (as seen in WDHV's 1990 Christmas VHS tapes and Disney's Sing-Along Songs: The Twelve Days of Christmas), the 1986 Walt Disney Home Video logo and the text "Now Available On Videocassette" below. The audio for this logo is from the 1991 VHS of Shipwrecked. The tape ends with the trailers for Aladdin and Alvin and the Chipmunks VHS tapes and a music video for "The Chipmunk Song (Christmas Don't Be Late)", as seen on some Buena Vista tapes from the era (eg: A Festive Fraggle Holiday), but without the "Now Available for Christmas" logo.

He-Man and She-Ra: A Christmas Special (1993 demo VHS): After the 1991 green Warning screens and the 1989 Buena Vista Home Video logo, a "Now Available on Videocassette" logo appears. On a black background, we see the blue text "Now Available On Videocassette From". A yellow text below reads "Walt Disney Home Video". The audio is the same as the 1986 Walt Disney Home Video logo from the end of the 1992 VHS of Beauty and the Beast. This comes before the commercial for the 1993 VHS of Aladdin, as seen here.

After that, we see a clip from the He-Man and the Masters of the Universe episode "Dree-Elle's Return", where Orko and Dree-Elle sing a song to reverse an evil spell from the Horn of Evil. Then, we see an extremely rare "Stay Tuned After Our Feature" logo. On a black background, we see the text "Stay Tuned For More Great Scenes from The Greatest Adventures Of". The logo for He-Man and the Masters of the Universe and additional text "After Our Feature" are below the logo. The music is from the 1992 Jim Henson Video logo and an announcer says "Stay tuned after our feature", as heard on a demo VHS of Frankenweenie (1984).

Then , an extremely rare "Feature Presentation" logo appears. The logo cuts in instead of fading, just like the 1990s Winnie the Pooh "Feature Program" logo seen on the 1998 VHS of Disney's Sing-Along Songs: Flik's Musical Adventure. On a greyish blue, metallic background, we see the light blue words "Feature Presentation" in the ITC Korinna font. The announcer is from the 1992 VHS of Father of the Bride. The 1985 Filmation logo and a rare "In Association With Buena Vista Home Video" logo play after.

After the movie, we see a screen with a blue text reading "And Now, More Great Scenes From", a yellow text reading "The Greatest Adventures Of", and the logo for He-Man and the Masters of the Universe. The music is the end of "Great Ovation" by Steve Gray (as heard in the "Behind the Scenes" logo from the 1989 VHS of Cocktail), following two scenes from the TV series He-Man and the Masters of the Universe (1983-1985).

Then, an "Also Available On Videocassette From Buena Vista Home Video" plays, but it is in the style of the "Now Available On Videocassette" logo from the 1990s. The audio is the same as the "Nationally Advertised Availability April 10th" logo from a demo VHS of Frankenweenie (1984). The last thing to play on the tape is the preview for Fraggle Rock VHS tapes.

Snow White: Happily Ever After (1993, Miramax VHS from November 1994): After the 1991 Warning screens, We see a rare "Coming to Theaters in 1995" logo. The text is mint green and in the Angie Smallcaps font. The music is "Great Ovation" by Steve Gray and the announcer says "Coming to theaters soon" (as heard on the 1991 VHS of White Fang). The trailers for A Goofy Movie and Pocahontas play after.

Then, we see the 1994 "Now Available on Videocassette" logo (from the 1994 VHS of Alice in Wonderland), but it is in the same style as the CTTI1995 logo. The previews for The Nightmare Before Christmas, and The Return of Jafar (Now Available on Videocassette) play after.

After a sing-along video of "Thunderella's Song" (from the movie), we see a special "Stay Tuned" logo customized for the videocassette. In the style of the CTTI1995 and NAOV logos, the text reads "Stay Tuned After the Movie". The music is the 1991 Walt Disney Home Video logo and the announcer says "Stay tuned after the feature for a special message." (as heard on some 1992-1994 VHS tapes).

Then, a rare "Feature Presentation" logo plays. It is in the same style of the CTTI1995, NAOV, and STATM logos, but the word "FEATURE" flies from the left" and "PRESENTATION" flies from the right. The 1994 green format screen and the 1987 Miramax Films logo play after.

After the movie, the "special message" on the tape is the preview for the 1994 VHS of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. The last thing to play on the tape is the silent version of the 1989 Buena Vista Home Video logo with additional text below reading "(C) 1994".

Masters of the Universe (1987, Miramax VHS from 1993): After the 1991 green Warning screens and a rare BVHV logo, we see a "Coming Soon to Theaters" logo in the style of the mint green text bumpers from the 1994 VHS of Snow White: Happily Ever After. The audio is from the "Coming to Theaters" logo in the 1990 VHS of Peter Pan (1953). The trailer for the 1993 re-issue of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs plays after.

Then, we see a "More Previews After the Movie" logo. The music is from the 1992 Jim Henson Video logo and the announcer says "Stay tuned after our feature." The "Feature Presentation" logo from the 1994 VHS of Snow White: Happily Ever After plays after.

In the version of this movie shown on this VHS, the 1987 Miramax Films logo plays with the 1985 Cannon Films logo's music. The text "Cannon Films presents" and "a Golan-Globus production" are replaced by "Miramax Films presents." However, Cannon Films and Golan-Globus are credited at the end of the movie.

After the movie, we see a rare variant of the 1989 BVHV logo with additional text above the castle reading "COMING FROM". The preview for Fraggle Rock VHS tapes plays after.

Then, a rare variant of the 1986 WDHV logo plays, but additional text above the Walt Disney logo reads "NOW AVAILABLE FROM". The preview for For Our Children (as seen on the 1993 VHS tapes of The Gun in Betty Lou's Handbag and The Distinguished Gentleman) plays after.

The last thing shown in the tape is a copyright screen reading "(C)1993 BUENA VISTA HOME VIDEO".

The Greatest Adventures of She-Ra, Princess of Power: Volumes 1-3 (Christmas 1993 VHS box set): Each VHS in this box set starts with the 1991 green Warning screens. Then, a "Coming to Theaters from Walt Disney Pictures" logo plays, but it takes place in one of the textless title cards. The theatrical trailer for The Lion King plays after.

After that, we see a "Coming to Videocassette" logo that takes place in another textless title card. The trailer for the 1994 VHS of The Fox and the Hound plays after.

After the previews, the same "Feature Presentation" logo from The Greatest Adventures of He-Man and the Masters of the Universe VHS box set plays, but the background is the Crystal Castle and the music is "I Have the Power", as heard on the end credits of She-Ra: Princess of Power. The 1989 Buena Vista Home Video logo plays with the Filmation logo's theme and the word "presents" (recycled from the 1986 WDHV logo). The page will be updated with more variants soon.

He-Man and the Masters of the Universe: The Power of Grayskull (1997 VHS): After 1991 green FBI warnings, the previews (same as Quack Pack: House of Haunts), and the 1989 Buena Vista Home Video logo, the same "Feature Program" logo from Quack Pack: House of Haunts plays, but the background is an image of He-Man holding his sword (taken from the intro of the 1983 TV series). The 1983 Filmation logo plays after.

She-Ra, Princess of Power: The Sword of She-Ra (1997 VHS): After the 1991 green FBI warnings, the previews (same as Quack Pack: House of Haunts), and the 1989 Buena Vista Home Video logo, the same "Feature Program" logo from Quack Pack: House of Haunts plays, but the background is an image of She-Ra holding her sword (taken from the intro of the 1985 TV series). The 1983 Filmation logo plays after.

Uni-Dragon Adventures: The Complete 1st Season (1989-1990, 2003 DVD set): After you push the play button on the DVD menu, a high-quality version of the 1992 Jim Henson "Feature Program" logo makes a cameo appearance.

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Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog: Quest for the Chaos Emeralds (1993, 1994 VHS): After the green FBI warnings and the "cartoon" BVHV logo, we see a screenshot of Tails and Sonic giving us the thumbs up (taken from the intro) with "Coming to Theatres" below it. The audio is Marc Elliot saying "Coming to theatres from Walt Disney Pictures" with part of the Green Hill Zone music playing under it. This plays before the theatrical trailer for The Lion King (featured on the 1993 VHS tapes of Aladdin and Muppet Christmas Carol).

Ranma ½ (July 22, 1997 VHS release, Hollywood Pictures Home Video): After the FBI warnings and the HPHV logo, we see the "Coming Soon to Theatres" (with a shadow drop behind the words) logo, but it takes place on the final shot of the second season opening of Ranma ½. The trailers for Miramax's Cop Land and Hollywood's G.I. Jane play after, as well as ABC's Wonderful World of Disney "Coming in September" promo.

After the aforementioned trailers and the ABC promo, we see the "Coming Soon to Own on Videocassette" logo, but it reveals the screenshot from the season 1 opening of the anime (with female Ranma in a martial arts pose in front of numerous Genma clones). The trailers for Jungle 2 Jungle and Jack play after that.

After the trailers for Jungle 2 Jungle and Jack, we see the flashbang Stay Tuned/Feature Program bumper but the flash reveals the end of the season 4 intro of Ranma ½ (showing Ranma's head with a paint line panting for breath after paint lines form a heart) and the words "Stay Tuned After the Feature" superimposed over it. The usual extended flashbang music plays although the voice-over instead uses the Stay Tuned voice-over from the demo VHS tapes of Father of the Bride and Frankenweenie. It fades out and the still version of the 1991 Feature Presentation logo fades in as Brian Cummings says, in a different tone "And now for our feature presentation!" before fading out followed by the Green Format Screen (except on the widescreen VHS edition)

Hello Kitty in Wonderland (November 1995 VHS release, Miramax Family Films):After the FBI warnings and the Miramax Home Entertainment logo, the flashbang "Coming Soon to Theatres" logo plays but it is instead modified to read "Coming to Theatres this Holiday Season". While the whoosh is retained, the music is replaced with "Fanfare to the Modern Man" as heard on the "Coming to Theatres this 1992 Holiday Season"/"Special Preview(s)" logos. Strangely, unlike the other logos on the VHS, Marc Elliot says "Coming only to movie theatres this holiday season, from Walt Disney Pictures", clearly edited from his spiel on the "1992 Holiday Season" logo. This is followed by the trailer for Toy Story.

After the trailer for Toy Story, a still version of the flashbang "Coming Soon to Videocassette" fades in with the audio from the 1995 CSTV logo from alternate prints of the VHS of The Lion King. This is followed by the trailers for Pocahontas and Arabian Knight.

After the trailer for Arabian Knight, the flashbang "Look for this Soundtrack" logo, the Hello Kitty in Wonderland soundtrack promo, the words "Stay Tuned After the Feature" are shown, but they are superimposed on the bottom of an image of Hello Kitty falling down the rabbit hole. The audio for the 4th Stay Tuned logo, with Brian Cummings saying "Stay tuned after the feature, for more great previews", plays, followed by the flashbang "Feature Presentation" logo, green Format Screen and the 1995 Miramax Family Films, J&M Entertainment (the blue background variant) and CineVox logos.

On alternate prints of the VHS, the Coming Soon to Videocassette variation has the audio replaced with the "Coming Soon on Videocassette" voiceover from the 1992 demo VHS of Father of the Bride without any background music whatsoever. The "Stay Tuned After the Feature" variation is replaced with a different one where the 1994 flashbang STATF logo reveals itself on an image of the courthouse from the film, which later fades to the blue background where the text "Feature Presentation: fades in. The audio from the flashbang Stay Tuned After the Feature/Feature Presentation logo plays under this.

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Fat Albert & The Cosby Kids - Volume 1 (1995): After the FBI Warnings and Buena Vista Home Video logo, we see the "Coming Soon to Theatres" bumper. After a trailer for The Santa Clause, we see the "Coming Soon to Own on Videocassette" screen. We see a trailer for The Muppet Show: Monster Laughs with Vincent Price and Fat Albert & The Cosby Kids - Volume 2. After that, we see a picture of Fat Albert and the gang with Feature Program in laser font under them. Mark Elliot says, "And now, our feature program." The video starts after.

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Kids of the Round Table (1995): The green FBI screens take place on a marble background, and the rounded rectangle, FBI, the FBI seal, and the text are made of lava. After that we see the 1990-2002 Buena Vista Home Video logo, except it flashes colors in WMM-style, and has the RCA-Columbia International Video 1988-1992 theme playing over it, with a video freeze on the logo to extend it.

After the VHS trailer for Gargoyles: The Movie and this Blockbuster Video commercial, the 1992 WDHV Feature Presentation ident plays, but it is superimposed on the 1990-2002 Buena Vista Home Video logo from earlier.

After the movie, we see the 1991 FP logo, but the text reads "Get ready to see the newest adventure from the..." The music is the last few seconds of "Prestige Logo (1)" by Paddy Kingsland and the announcer (Grant Goodeve, for some reason) says "Be sure to see a group of mutant friends live in.....!" The logo fades out before Grant can finish his sentence.

Then it cuts to a trailer for a Buena Vista Home Video re-release of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Coming Out Of Their Shells Tour VHS.

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