Standard Variants (1985-1997)
CIC Video Variant (1997-1999)
Bumper: On a black background, we see one of the BBFC certification rating symbols (see below). Below there are full names.
- Universal (U): A green triangle, "UNIVERSAL - Suitable for all".
- Parental Guidance (PG): A yellow triangle,"PARENTAL GUIDANCE - General viewing, but some scenes may be unsuitable for younger children".
- 12: A white circle, outlined in red, with "12" on it, "Suitable only for persons of twelve years and over". This rating was introduced for videos in 1994..
- 15: Another white circle, outlined in red, with "15" on it, "Suitable only for persons of fifteen years and over".
- 18: A red circle with "18" on it, "Suitable only for persons of eighteen years and over".
- On 1990-1992 CIC Video releases, the colors are solid, and the text below are captalized and underneath is "NOT TO BE SUPPLIED TO ANY PERSON BELOW THAT AGE".
- On 1997-2000 CIC Video releases, there is no full name below and it's take place on the same background as the 1997-2000 CIC Video warning screen.
- Early Releases have the cards prototyped.
Availability: Seen on VHS tapes and DVDs from the era.
Scare Factor: None.