John I. Bailey (Warning Screen)

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum

Screen (2000's)

Warning A: Same as the 1990 MGM/UA Home Video and MGM Home Entertainment warning.

Warning B: On a black background, the following text appears in gold:


This video is made for people to enjoy and
learn from. However as the viewer, you
must be aware of inherent dangers of
handleing sharp objects.
It is the viewer's responsibility to determine
whether you, or others who will be viewing
this video' are able to hold, handle or
otherwise have hand grasp, flexibility and

The text then fades out to make room for the following text:

The buyer (and or the viewer) shall defend and
hold harmless seller and producer, it's officers,
agents and employees from and against any and
all claims, demands, suites, actions, proceedings.
losses, damages, injuries, penalties, costs,
expenses (including attorney's fees) and liabilities
which arrise from (buyer and or viewers)
negligent or legals acts or ommissions, to include
lack of supervision of minors or physically
challenged. If ("buyer, and or viewer) feel they
can not avoid being struck by a rebounding knife,
do not attempt to do any knife throwing and do
not watch the remainder of this tape.

Technique: A still, computerized graphic. Warning B contains fading effects.

Audio: None.

Availability: Seen on the VHS of Recreational Knife Throwing Part 2: Advanced Techniques.

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