History Main / MontageEndsTheVHS

12th Aug '17 7:23:02 AM DecafGrub47393
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* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aGJ91ND7R7w "Walt Disney and You"]], a compilation trailer seen at the end of Creator/{{Disney}}'s videocassettes from 1982 until a few months before the Walt Disney Classics premiere of ''Disney/SleepingBeauty'', contains clips from various 1950s-1980s Disney films, mostly the live-action ones. (In '82 only a few Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon titles were available for home viewing; this changed when the Classics line was created in 1984 with ''Disney/RobinHood'' and began releasing films from the canon for the next 10 years) It comes complete with a 1980s-style EarWorm title song at the beginning and end as well as ''Film/{{Tron}}''-style graphics. Earlier videos just contain trailers for other Disney movies after the end of the actual movie. There was even a standalone release, 1985's ''The Walt Disney Comedy and Magic Revue'', that consisted solely of a half-hour ClipShow of highlights from their library -- effectively Montage ''IS'' the VHS!

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* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aGJ91ND7R7w com/watch?v=rvsbeNu5Qds&t=22s "Walt Disney and You"]], a compilation trailer seen at the end of Creator/{{Disney}}'s videocassettes from 1982 until a few months before the Walt Disney Classics premiere of ''Disney/SleepingBeauty'', contains clips from various 1950s-1980s Disney films, mostly the live-action ones. (In '82 only a few Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon titles were available for home viewing; this changed when the Classics line was created in 1984 with ''Disney/RobinHood'' and began releasing films from the canon for the next 10 years) It comes complete with a 1980s-style EarWorm title song at the beginning and end as well as ''Film/{{Tron}}''-style graphics. Earlier videos just contain trailers for other Disney movies after the end of the actual movie. There was even a standalone release, 1985's ''The Walt Disney Comedy and Magic Revue'', that consisted solely of a half-hour ClipShow of highlights from their library -- effectively Montage ''IS'' the VHS!
11th Aug '17 7:56:37 AM DecafGrub47393
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* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rvsbeNu5Qds&t=22s "Walt Disney and You"]], a compilation trailer seen at the end of Creator/{{Disney}}'s videocassettes from 1982 until a few months before the Walt Disney Classics premiere of ''Disney/SleepingBeauty'', contains clips from various 1950s-1980s Disney films, mostly the live-action ones. (In '82 only a few Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon titles were available for home viewing; this changed when the Classics line was created in 1984 with ''Disney/RobinHood'' and began releasing films from the canon for the next 10 years) It comes complete with a 1980s-style EarWorm title song at the beginning and end as well as ''Film/{{Tron}}''-style graphics. Earlier videos just contain trailers for other Disney movies after the end of the actual movie. There was even a standalone release, 1985's ''The Walt Disney Comedy and Magic Revue'', that consisted solely of a half-hour ClipShow of highlights from their library -- effectively Montage ''IS'' the VHS!

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* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rvsbeNu5Qds&t=22s com/watch?v=aGJ91ND7R7w "Walt Disney and You"]], a compilation trailer seen at the end of Creator/{{Disney}}'s videocassettes from 1982 until a few months before the Walt Disney Classics premiere of ''Disney/SleepingBeauty'', contains clips from various 1950s-1980s Disney films, mostly the live-action ones. (In '82 only a few Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon titles were available for home viewing; this changed when the Classics line was created in 1984 with ''Disney/RobinHood'' and began releasing films from the canon for the next 10 years) It comes complete with a 1980s-style EarWorm title song at the beginning and end as well as ''Film/{{Tron}}''-style graphics. Earlier videos just contain trailers for other Disney movies after the end of the actual movie. There was even a standalone release, 1985's ''The Walt Disney Comedy and Magic Revue'', that consisted solely of a half-hour ClipShow of highlights from their library -- effectively Montage ''IS'' the VHS!
11th Aug '17 7:55:25 AM DecafGrub47393
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* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rvsbeNu5Qds "Walt Disney and You"]], a compilation trailer seen at the end of Creator/{{Disney}}'s videocassettes from 1982 until a few months before the Walt Disney Classics premiere of ''Disney/SleepingBeauty'', contains clips from various 1950s-1980s Disney films, mostly the live-action ones. (In '82 only a few Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon titles were available for home viewing; this changed when the Classics line was created in 1984 with ''Disney/RobinHood'' and began releasing films from the canon for the next 10 years) It comes complete with a 1980s-style EarWorm title song at the beginning and end as well as ''Film/{{Tron}}''-style graphics. Earlier videos just contain trailers for other Disney movies after the end of the actual movie. There was even a standalone release, 1985's ''The Walt Disney Comedy and Magic Revue'', that consisted solely of a half-hour ClipShow of highlights from their library -- effectively Montage ''IS'' the VHS!

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* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rvsbeNu5Qds com/watch?v=rvsbeNu5Qds&t=22s "Walt Disney and You"]], a compilation trailer seen at the end of Creator/{{Disney}}'s videocassettes from 1982 until a few months before the Walt Disney Classics premiere of ''Disney/SleepingBeauty'', contains clips from various 1950s-1980s Disney films, mostly the live-action ones. (In '82 only a few Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon titles were available for home viewing; this changed when the Classics line was created in 1984 with ''Disney/RobinHood'' and began releasing films from the canon for the next 10 years) It comes complete with a 1980s-style EarWorm title song at the beginning and end as well as ''Film/{{Tron}}''-style graphics. Earlier videos just contain trailers for other Disney movies after the end of the actual movie. There was even a standalone release, 1985's ''The Walt Disney Comedy and Magic Revue'', that consisted solely of a half-hour ClipShow of highlights from their library -- effectively Montage ''IS'' the VHS!
10th Aug '17 5:49:02 PM TheBigBopper
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One of the most common things for home video companies to do in the 1970s and 1980s was to add a series of movie trailers, intros, or just a compilation preview promoting their VHS tapes or Betamax tapes, at the end of a VHS tape or Betamax tape of theirs, mainly after a movie (or in some cases, television episode) is over. This was because a VHS tape in SP mode had room for two hours' of material; most movies clock in at around 90 minutes, while four half-hour or two one-hour TV episodes, minus commercials, last about the same amount of time.

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One of the most common things for home video companies to do in the 1970s and 1980s was to add a series of movie trailers, intros, or just a compilation preview promoting their VHS tapes or Betamax tapes, at the end of a VHS tape or Betamax tape of theirs, mainly after a movie (or in some cases, television episode) is over. This was because a VHS tape in SP mode had room for two hours' hours of material; most movies clock in at around 90 minutes, while four half-hour or two one-hour TV episodes, minus commercials, last about the same amount of time.
7th Aug '17 8:02:43 AM DecafGrub47393
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* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eKToXPEFn7k "Walt Disney and You"]], a compilation trailer seen at the end of Creator/{{Disney}}'s videocassettes from 1982 until a few months before the Walt Disney Classics premiere of ''Disney/SleepingBeauty'', contains clips from various 1950s-1980s Disney films, mostly the live-action ones. (In '82 only a few Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon titles were available for home viewing; this changed when the Classics line was created in 1984 with ''Disney/RobinHood'' and began releasing films from the canon for the next 10 years) It comes complete with a 1980s-style EarWorm title song at the beginning and end as well as ''Film/{{Tron}}''-style graphics. Earlier videos just contain trailers for other Disney movies after the end of the actual movie. There was even a standalone release, 1985's ''The Walt Disney Comedy and Magic Revue'', that consisted solely of a half-hour ClipShow of highlights from their library -- effectively Montage ''IS'' the VHS!

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* [[http://www.[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eKToXPEFn7k com/watch?v=rvsbeNu5Qds "Walt Disney and You"]], a compilation trailer seen at the end of Creator/{{Disney}}'s videocassettes from 1982 until a few months before the Walt Disney Classics premiere of ''Disney/SleepingBeauty'', contains clips from various 1950s-1980s Disney films, mostly the live-action ones. (In '82 only a few Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon titles were available for home viewing; this changed when the Classics line was created in 1984 with ''Disney/RobinHood'' and began releasing films from the canon for the next 10 years) It comes complete with a 1980s-style EarWorm title song at the beginning and end as well as ''Film/{{Tron}}''-style graphics. Earlier videos just contain trailers for other Disney movies after the end of the actual movie. There was even a standalone release, 1985's ''The Walt Disney Comedy and Magic Revue'', that consisted solely of a half-hour ClipShow of highlights from their library -- effectively Montage ''IS'' the VHS!
15th Jul '17 7:58:55 PM BuddyBoy600alt
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One of the most common things for home video companies to do in the 1970s and 1980s was to add a series of movie trailers, intros, or just a compilation preview promoting their VHS tapes, at the end of a VHS tape of theirs, mainly after a movie (or in some cases, television episode) is over. This was because a VHS tape in SP mode had room for two hours' of material; most movies clock in at around 90 minutes, while four half-hour or two one-hour TV episodes, minus commercials, last about the same amount of time.

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One of the most common things for home video companies to do in the 1970s and 1980s was to add a series of movie trailers, intros, or just a compilation preview promoting their VHS tapes or Betamax tapes, at the end of a VHS tape or Betamax tape of theirs, mainly after a movie (or in some cases, television episode) is over. This was because a VHS tape in SP mode had room for two hours' of material; most movies clock in at around 90 minutes, while four half-hour or two one-hour TV episodes, minus commercials, last about the same amount of time.


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** The 50th Anniversay of Film/TheWizardOfOz contained a movie trailer, The Academy Award film, The MGM Newsreel, And three cuts scenes, Such as:
*** ''If I Only Had a Heart'' by Creator/BuddyEbsen
*** ''The Jitterbugs''
*** ''If I Only Had a Brain (Full Version)''
27th May '17 9:11:07 AM mimitchi33
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* Some ''[[Franchise/HelloKitty Hello Kitty to Issho]]'' tapes end with a preview for the entire collection of tapes in that series (which is just the theme song "Itazura Tenshi" set to clips from the videos as their names are shown) and a preview for Puroland.
* Tapes distributed by Lyrick Studios often ended with ads for other tapes by the company. There was usually [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a2Ri_GJxPOE a bumper]] that would announce this beforehand.
26th Apr '17 12:47:32 PM Golondrina
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* [=CBS/FOX=] had a whole-series preview follow each installment of ''FaerieTaleTheatre''. Their Playhouse Video subsidiary would do the same thing with ''Jim Henson's Muppet Home Video'' (a series of [[Main/ClipShow clip shows]] drawn from ''Series/TheMuppetShow'') and "The ShirleyTemple Collection" (her films).

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* [=CBS/FOX=] had a whole-series preview follow each installment of ''FaerieTaleTheatre''. Their Playhouse Video subsidiary would do the same thing with ''Jim Henson's Muppet Home Video'' (a series of [[Main/ClipShow clip shows]] drawn from ''Series/TheMuppetShow'') and "The ShirleyTemple Creator/ShirleyTemple Collection" (her films).
18th Apr '17 5:37:31 PM nombretomado
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* Family Home Entertainment also did this in its early 1980s tapes. Depending on the feature attraction, they added a bunch of intros for anime dubbed by ZIV International, promos for other tapes in the series (''Transformers'', ''Gumby'', etc.), or previews for thematically similar programs. If the "feature" had less than a half-hour running time, F.H.E. would often pad the tape out to an hour with previews, public domain [[UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation Golden Age of Animation]] shorts and/or, in the case of some of the StrawberryShortcake and Franchise/CareBears specials, storybook segments derived from their tie-in book lines. Similar companies such as Children's Video Library and Wonderland Video often used previews and/or shorts to fill out their tapes as well.

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* Family Home Entertainment also did this in its early 1980s tapes. Depending on the feature attraction, they added a bunch of intros for anime dubbed by ZIV International, promos for other tapes in the series (''Transformers'', ''Gumby'', etc.), or previews for thematically similar programs. If the "feature" had less than a half-hour running time, F.H.E. would often pad the tape out to an hour with previews, public domain [[UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation Golden Age of Animation]] shorts and/or, in the case of some of the StrawberryShortcake WesternAnimation/StrawberryShortcake and Franchise/CareBears specials, storybook segments derived from their tie-in book lines. Similar companies such as Children's Video Library and Wonderland Video often used previews and/or shorts to fill out their tapes as well.
8th Mar '17 12:33:52 PM SparkPlugTheTroper
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* All of the Arthur VHS releases from Random House Home Video and Sony Wonder end with a crapload of funding promos and Arthur video promos. Also happens on the rare DVD releases of ''Arthur'' as well.

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* All of the Arthur ''WesternAnimation/{{Arthur}}'' VHS releases from Random House Home Video and Sony Wonder end with a crapload of funding promos and Arthur video promos. Also happens on the rare DVD releases of ''Arthur'' as well.
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