These warning screens are from Embassy Home Entertainment and Nelson Entertainment.
The warning screen is the exact same warning used by VidAmerica in 1979.
As seen on VHS, such as The Soldier (1982) and An Eye For An Eye (1982).
The warning screen is the same as the 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment warning. Another version had a black background.
As seen on VHS, such as Blade Runner (1982; though the film was from Warner Bros.), Warlords of the Twenty First Century (1982), The Howling (1980/1981) and others.
The warning screen is the same warning screen used by Warner Home Video, especially the "Title 17" and "$250,000 fine" screens. Another version exist with a blue background (this was also used for Magic Window and a lot of other companies, including MTM Home Video and Cloud Ten Pictures)
As seen on VHS, such as Arrowsmith (1931), The Loves And Times Of Scaramouche (1975), Kiss of the Spider Woman (1985), and Labyrinth (1986).
This is the warning screen for Embassy Home Entertainment, Charter Entertainment and Nelson Entertainment for videotapes, especially the "Title 17" detail on purple background. Another warning screen has a blue background. This was also used for Strand VCI Entertainment/Strand Home Video, New Line Home Video/Entertainment, Video Treasures (now Anchor Bay Entertainment), Fries Home Video, Unicorn Video (with a Copyright detail below the Warning screen detail), and MPI Home Video.
As seen on VHS, such as The Howling (1980/1981), Amityville II: The Possession (1982), Pray TV (1982), Eddie and the Cruisers (1983), Rad (1986), The Princess Bride (1987), The Last Emperor (1987), When Harry Met Sally... (1989), Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure (1989), Prancer (1989), Lord of the Flies (1990), Sibling Rivalry (1990), Bill and Ted's Bogus Journey (1991) and others.