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Thank You

"By purchasing this Blu-ray disc, you are supporting your local film industry! THANK YOU"

"By purchasing this Blu-ray disc, you are supporting your local film industry! THANK YOU"

Blu-ray

Thank You! (DVD Version)

Thank You! (DVD Version)

DVD

2009-present

Nickname: "Thank You"

Bumper: On a light grey-blue gradient background with some clouds in the sky, we see a boy from a distance looking at a disc. He then turns to look at us as the disc shines once. He then looks up to notice something - the large gold-orange words "THANK YOU" falling down just next to him, that shine and twinkle. As it lands, the sky background colour changes to purple-pink-orange, with some stars seen in the sky. The camera slowly pulls back as the boy recovers, turning back to look at us.

FX/SFX: The kid holding the disc, "THANK YOU" falling down, the sky background changing colour. All CGI effects.

Music/Sounds/Voiceover (Blu-Ray version): A male announcer says "By purchasing this Blu-Ray Disc, you are supporting your local film industry. Thank you!". This is accompanied to the sound of birds tweeting, a loud whistling noise before "THANK YOU" falls onscreen, a loud thud as it lands, the sound of a crowd cheering, and a peaceful, dreamy synth hum with twinkling noises.

Music/Sounds/Voiceover (DVD version): A male announcer says "By purchasing this DVD, you are supporting your local film industry. Thank you!". This is accompanied to the sound of birds tweeting, a loud whistling noise before "THANK YOU" falls onscreen, a loud thud as it lands, the sound of a crowd cheering, and a peaceful, dreamy synth hum with twinkling noises.

Availability (as of 2020): Very common. Seen on El Kadsreian Blu-rays/DVDs from the 2010s era.

Piracy. It's a Crime

Nicknames: "El Kadsre Piracy. It's a Crime"

Version 1: 2004-2005 (VHS), 2004-2020 (DVD), 2005-2014 (UMD) 2004-2008 (Cinemas)

Bumper: The viewer's screen suddenly starts the bumper off with a scene of a female teenager illegally downloading a movie from a feature films website. Then, it suddenly cuts to another screen, with lights rapidly moving past. The words "YOU WOULDN'T STEAL A CAR" appear, zoom out, and then act like a speaker. Then, a scene of someone trying to steal a car appears. "YOU WOULDN'T STEAL A HANDBAG" then appears and does the same animation as the first words, with the same background as before. Then, a man steals a woman's purse in yet another scene. "YOU WOULDN'T STEAL A TELEVISION" is the next few words to appear on the background and do the animation. Someone hands yet another man a television, and then the man walks off with it. Lastly, "YOU WOULDN'T STEAL A MOVIE" gets to do the animation and be on the background. Yet another man walks in, takes a DVD of a movie off of a shelf, and puts it in his pocket. After that, everything reverses, and then the sentence "DOWNLOADING PIRATED FILMS IS STEALING" (the words one by one, with the exception of "IS STEALING") appears, and then the bumper comes back to the scene of the female teenager illegally downloading the movie from the feature films website. Then, "STEALING IS AGAINST THE LAW" (two by two, with the exception of "STEALING") appears, as the background screen and the scene constantly change to each other. Then, the female teenager cancels the download, and walks away from the computer, picking up her backpack in the process. After that, the background screen appears, with the words "PIRACY. IT'S A CRIME." shaking on the center of the screen. The bumper then cuts to black.

Variants:

  • On El Kadsre cinemas, there is a version at the end, instead of cutting to black, there is a word saying "REPORT IT." and the piracy phone number and website.
  • Sometimes, there is a different thievery scene, and a cell phone being the item that you would not steal (this scene replaces the thievery scene for the television). "YOU WOULDN'T STEAL A MOBILE PHONE" replaces "YOU WOULDN'T STEAL A TELEVISION". Also, the beginning/end scene is replaced with people trying to sell pirated movies, and people trying to buy them, until they find that they are trying to buy pirated movies and therefore reject the offers, walking away in the process. Along with these things, "DOWNLOADING PIRATED FILMS IS STEALING" is replaced with "BUYING PIRATED FILMS IS STEALING".
  • "DOWNLOADING PIRATED FILMS IS STEALING" or "BUYING PIRATED FILMS IS STEALING" is replaced with "MOVIE PIRACY IS STEALING".
  • On some El Kadsreian DVDs, the screen cuts to black slightly earlier, and some VHS static is slightly visible.
  • The translation of the text may vary, due to the languages of English and Japanese.
  • On UK/European/Australian/El Kadsreian Warner Bros. DVDs, the "Buying" variant is used, except there is a British U rating with "Trailer" underneath shown on the bottom right of the screen during the first scene.

FX/SFX: All the animation in this bumper.

Music/Sounds: An intense rock song with many different sound effects happening, including sirens, the sound of something being reversed, etc, until the song ends. The bumper itself actually ends with a thud, or, to be specific, the sound of a door closing and echoing across a room.

Music/Sounds Variant: In some international countries, the variant uses a different version of the ending sound effect.

EKFACT version: 2008-2020 (DVD), 2008-2014 (UMD)

Bumper: We start off with a close-up of a female teenager illegally downloading a pirated film on her computer. Then, it suddenly cuts to another screen, with lights rapidly moving past. The words "YOU WOULDN'T STEAL A CAR" appear, zoom out, and then act like a speaker. Then, a scene of someone trying to steal a car appears. "YOU WOULDN'T STEAL A HANDBAG" then appears and does the same animation as the first words, with the same background as before. Then, a man steals a woman's purse in yet another scene. "YOU WOUDLN'T STEAL A TELEVISION" is the next few words to appear in the background and do the animation. In the next scene, someone hands yet another man a television. Then, he runs away with it. Lastly, "YOU WOULDN'T STEAL A MOVIE" gets to do the animation and be in the background. Yet another man walks in, takes a DVD of a movie off of a shelf, and puts it in his pocket. After that, everything reverses, and then the sentence "MOVIE PIRACY IS STEALING" (the words one by one, with the exception of "IS STEALING") appears, and then the bumper comes back to the scene of the female teenager illegally downloading the movie from the feature films website. Then, "STEALING IS AGAINST THE LAW" (two by two, with the exception of "STEALING") appears, as the background screen and the scene constantly change to each other. Then, the female teenager cancels the download, and walks away from the computer, picking up her backpack in the process. After that, the background screen appears, with the words "PIRACY. IT'S A CRIME." shaking on the center of the screen. The bumper then cuts to black and fade in, there is a EKFACT logo and website.

Availability: In El Kadsre, both versions listed here were still used up until 2020, lasting 16 more years than it did in other countries. Some DVD reissues of releases with this bumper have plasted this with the "Thank You!" bumper.

Examples of where to find each variant in El Kadsre (as of 2020):

FACT: The pirates are out to get you

Facthotline

2002-2005

Nicknames: "The Devil of Anti-Piracy", "The Pirates are out to get you", "The Devil of El Kadsre", "Welcome to the anti-piracy hell"

Bumper: We start off with a scene where a man is seen heating something in a fire. The camera then changes its angle to point at the fire, and what has been heated is removed by the man. The camera then suddenly changes angles again to show us that he had been frying an metal branding X. He shows a hot red X to us. The camera suddenly changes angles once again to reveal a treasury of videocassettes. The camera then suddenly changes again to the flaming red X as the man moves it away from the camera. The camera then suddenly changes to the treasury of videocassettes, which now has the flaming red X with its fork attached to it being lowered. Then, there is a very large explosion, which dies down to reveal the treasury of videocassettes now destroyed. We then fade to a view of the man himself grinning with the camera, which zooms in suddenly. The camera then suddenly changes to another view of the fire, which is now frying another flaming red X. The camera suddenly changes to a view of the man, who is removing the flaming red X and setting it someplace else. Then, there is another very large explosion, which dies down to reveal a stash of compact discs now destroyed. The camera then again suddenly changes to another view of the man with flames reflecting in his eyes, and another sudden zoom in. The camera then suddenly changes again, and the scene before the first explosion plays. Then, there is a third very large explosion, which dies down to reveal a stash of other things now destroyed. We then fade into a view of a water bucket with the camera. The flaming red X is placed in that bucket of water, and suddenly, a huge amount of steam comes pouring out from the bucket. The flaming red X is removed to reveal that it had been changed to what appears to be the copyright symbol.The copyright symbol is then moved away from the water bucket, in which the camera then suddenly changes to another view. Once the copyright symbol is in a comfortable spot, it then turns white and lights itself on fire. The clip then burns up to reveal a white background, the copyright symbol changes colours from white to sky blue, and two pieces of filmstrip come in from the left and right sides of the screen (one on the left and one on the right) The one on the left has the letters "F" and "A". The one on the right has the letter "T". The completed word zooms out, and the same letters, but in standard black and the normal "C" is added, appear above the word. Some more letters appear after the words to reveal the phrase "FEDERATION AGAINST COPYRIGHT THEFT". "HOTLINE" then appears below the word "FACT" in the same colour as the copyright symbol. They both then move upwards, and "HOTLINE" then turns yellow and lights itself on fire. "020 8568 6646 (UK)" then appears along with "(01) 882 8565 (EIRE)", then appears along with The "AFVSO (Australia) Freecall 1800 251 996" fades in along with "NZFVSO (New Zealand) Freecall 0800 275002", then appears along with "EKFVSO (El Kadsre) Freecall 0800 284183" below "HOTLINE". A flame then appears at the bottom of the screen, wiping out the completed bumper. When the flame has finished wiping out the bumper, the bumper itself then disappears off the top of the screen.

FX/SFX: Live action and CGI, The man destroying many items with an X, then the fading in of the Hotline numbers, The flame wiping out the bumper.

Music/Sounds/Voice-over: Some scary music is playing in the background along with three explosions as a man says "The pirates are out to get you. Don’t let them brand you with their mark. Piracy funds organised crime and will destroy our film and video industry. Piracy costs jobs and will destroy our music and publishing industry. Piracy funds terrorism and will destroy our development and your future enjoyment. Don’t touch the hot stuff. Cool is copyright. Copyright is a matter of fact" Then a different man says "If you have any knowledge about the manufacture sale or counterfeit videos or related software, please call our UK Hotline on 020 8568 double 646 or in the Republic of Ireland 01 double 82 8565. In Australia, You should call the Australasian Film and Video Security Office on 18 hundred 251 double 96 or for New Zealand, The New Zealand Film and Video Security Office on 08 hundred 275 double 02 or for El Kadsre, The El Kadsreian Film and Video Security Office on 08 hundred 284 183. Your support will help end the distribution of poor quality products" Then the same man at the start concludes "Don't let the pirates burn a hole in your pocket" as the explosion sets off as the flame wipes out the bumper.

Availability: Seen on either the beginning of the VHS tapes in the UK, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, El Kadsre, and sometimes South Africa. In El Kadsre, the bumper's first appearance was on the 2002 VHS issue of Black Hawk Down and last appearance was on the 2005 VHS issue of Madagascar.

What Are You Really Burning?

2008-2011

Bumper: TBA

Voice-over (Hank Jeroem): "El Kadsreians make great films. And it's not just El Kadsreians saying that. But film piracy puts all this at risk. Burning, buying or downloading pirated films may seem harmless. In the end, what are you really burning is the future of film industry."

Voice-over (Hideki Hamasaki): "El Kadsreians make great films. But with film piracy now costing 230 million dollars a year. Expect to see a lot less. Burning, buying or downloading pirated films may seem harmless. But, what are you really burning is the future of El Kadsreians film industry."

Voice-over (Andrew Kayos): "10 of thousands El Kadsreians help bring great movies like this to you. But these jobs are not risk. Burning, buying or downloading pirated films may seem harmless. But in the end, what are you really burning is the future of El Kadsreians film industry."

Voice-over (Holly Gauthier-Frankel): "We all loved seeing a good El Kadsreian films. But with film piracy now costing 230 million dollars a year. Expect to see a lot less. Burning, buying or downloading pirated films may seem harmless. But, what are you really burning is the future of El Kadsreians film industry."

Availability: Very common. Seen on El Kadsreian Blu-rays/DVDs releases from Roadshow Entertainment. And can only this seen from cinemas PSA.

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