These are the warning screens from Turner Home Entertainment.
This warning screen from Turner Home Entertainment is the same as the MGM/UA Home Video warning used in the 1980s, but with WARNING in 3D, and the warning text in large print.
As seen on VHS, such as The Flintstones: Dino and Juliet (1964), News at 11 (1986), Clash of the Champions (1987), Citizen Kane (1941), Top Cat and The Beverly Hills Cats (1989), and others.
The warning screen from Turner Home Entertainment is the same as the even numbered Hanna-Barbera Home Video warning screen.
This warning screen has a surprise appearance for Columbia TriStar Home Video (now Sony Pictures Home Entertainment) for Castle Rock Entertainment eras from 1994-1997.
For Cartoon Network Video releases for Hanna-Barbera eras. The background for Cartoon Network checkerboard warning screen, which includes Scooby-Doo.
For Turner Classic Movies releases, the warning text and symbol without the rectangle is on a piece of brown paper on a background of classic movie posters.
In 1997, Turner Entertainment Co., Turner Pictures, Hanna-Barbera, Inc., Cartoon Network, Castle Rock Entertainment and other Turner-owned companies, now belong to Warner Bros Entertainment.
As seen on VHS, such as Dastardly & Muttley episodes, Gettysburg (1993), The Shawshank Redemption (1994; distributed by Columbia TriStar Home Video; now Sony Pictures Home Entertainment), The Swan Princess (1994) and Sonyc (1995) and others.