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1982-1985Edit

Bumper: On a dark screen, we see four boxes representing movie clips in it with a white border.

Variant: On Palace Video titles, and early Roadshow Home Video titles, there is no white borders shown here.

Here are the movie clips in its early variant:

  • Mad Max (Top Left)
  • Far East (Top Right)
  • Gallipoli (Bottom Left)
  • Puberty Blues (Bottom Right)

Here are the movie clips in its later variant:

  • Young Doctors in Love (Top Left)
  • First Blood (Top Right)
  • High Road to China (Bottom Left)
  • Lone Wolf McQuade (Bottom Right)

Here are the movie clips in the Palace Films variant:

  • Lassiter (Top Left)
  • Android (Top Right)
  • Rodney Rude (Bottom Left)
  • The Hotel New Hampshire (Bottom Right)

Here are the movie clips in the Palace Academy Video variant:

  • Betrayal (Top Left)
  • The Return of the Soldier (Top Right and Bottom Left)
  • Modern Times (Bottom Right)

Here are the movie clips in the Palace Explosive Video variant:

  • I Spit On Your Grave (aka: Day of the Woman) (Top Left)
  • Ms. 45 (aka: Angel of Vengeance, Rape Squad) (Top Right)
  • Night of the Zombies (aka: Hell of the Living Dead, Virus, etc) (Bottom Left)
  • The Killing of America (Bottom Right)

Here are the movie clips in the Palace Vibrant Video variant:

  • Hot Legs (Top Left)
  • The Pussycat Syndrome (Top Right)
  • Oh, Lucky Boy! (Bottom Left)
  • The Savage Connection (Bottom Right)


FX/SFX: Movie clips playing.

Music/Sounds/Voiceover: An announcer saying either of these lines:

  • Roadshow Home Video: "For more movie previews, keep watching after the end of this film".
  • Palace Video (labels except Family): "Stay watching for further previews after this movie"

Availability: Rare. Seen on Australian tapes in the early '80s, including First Blood, Mad Max, Gallipoli, and Cujo. The very first Roadshow Home Video release was Scanners.

Scare Factor: None, unless the voiceover may scare you.

1985-1993Edit

Bumper: We see the picture of the Roadshow Home Video logo with no company name or byline on a black background. Then it flips to reveal movie clips.

Here are the movie clips in its early variant:

  • The Woman In Red
  • The Terminator
  • The Flamingo Kid
  • The Neverending Story

Here are the movie clips in its later variant:

  • The Mission
  • Angel Heart
  • Flight of the Navigator
  • Wanted: Dead or Alive

FX/SFX: The page flipping.

Music/Sounds/Voiceover: The 1985-1992 Roadshow Home Video music, but the announcer says:

  • Early Variant: "Roadshow! Stay tuned after this more for more big screen previews".
  • Later Variant: "Stay tuned after this movie for more previews from Roadshow".

Music/Sounds Variant: On tapes with the 1992 Roadshow Home Video logo, such as The Player, the bumper is silent.

Availability: Rare. Seen on Australian tapes in the late '80s and early '90s, Titles include The Terminator, Short Circuit, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Movie, and RoboCop II.

Scare Factor: Medium to high, because the voice can creep you out, as well as the music. None for the silent variant.

1993-1995Edit

Bumper: Same as the Coming Soon bumper of that time, but the text "MORE PREVIEWS TO FOLLOW" instead.

FX/SFX: Same as the Coming Soon bumper.

Music/Sounds: Same as the 1992-1995 Roadshow Entertainment jingle, expect the last part is cut.

Availability: Same as FX/SFX.

Scare Factor: Same as FX/SFX and Availability.

1996-2000sEdit

Bumper: Same as the Coming Soon bumper of that time, but the "COMING SOON" texts are replaced with "MORE PREVIEWS TO FOLLOW" and the black strip reads "MORE PREVIEWS TO FOLLOW" with the words "P" in red and the words "ORE" in grey is below "MORE".

FX/SFX: Same as the Coming Soon bumper.

Music/Sounds: Same as FX/SFX.

Availability: Same as FX/SFX and Music/Sounds.

Scare Factor: Same as FX/SFX, Music/Sounds, and Availability.

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