This page details the title cards that appear on various home media releases.

1985-2005

Bumper: On a black background, the name of the program on the tape in white fades in.

Variants:

  • Mr. Bean Videos (VCI/Thames Video): On a solid coloured background (either purple, green, blue, or red), we see the title in a white font.
  • Thomas the Tank Engine & Friends Videos (VCI): TBA
    • Chases, Races, and Runaways: On a purple background, we see the logo of the TV show of the same name above the video's title in gold.
    • Rescues on the Railways: On a sky blue background with a field and a track, we see the logo of the TV show of the same name above the video's title in yellow with the purple outline.
    • Happy Holidays: On an beach background, we see the logo of the TV show of the same name above the video's title in red with a white outline.
    • The Best of Thomas the Tank Engine & Friends: On a sky background with a cliff on the left, we see Thomas smiling and staring at us. In front of him and on the bottom is the video's title, in the respective Thomas the Tank Engine & Friends font, and in a gold-yellowish colour.
  • Blue's Clues Videos (Paramount): On a white background, we see the Blue's Clues logo and the title of the video below in blue.
  • Nickelodeon Videos (Paramount, 1997-2000): A still screenshot from the program (tinted in purple) spins in with its title in yellow, the video's title appears in cyan and then fades out and the screenshot spins out.
  • Old Bear Videos (Pickwick): On a black background, we see the title in white Helvetica font.
  • Elvis: The Lost Performances (MGM/Turner, USA): TBA
  • Rolie Polie Olie: A Rolie Polie Christmas (Disney/Buena Vista, USA): TBA
  • Rolie Polie Olie: A Spookie Ookie Halloween (Disney/Buena Vista, USA): TBA
  • Rolie Polie Olie: A Jingle Jangle Holiday (Disney/Buena Vista, USA): TBA
  • The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy (Touchstone, USA, DVD): A translated title is seen on a black background.

FX/SFX: Usually a simple fade-in and out, otherwise the card cutting in and out.

Music/Sounds: Usually none or the opening theme of the video.

Availability: Appears on numerous videocassettes from all over the world, mainly the United States and United Kingdom. The Spanish Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy title card can only be accessed if you select "Spanish" from the audio options menu.

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