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1997 Tai Seng Video Marketing Logo

This was taken from The Opening & Closing Previews for The Adventures of Elmo in Grouchland (Mandarin Chinese Copy) (The 2000 VHS; Tai Seng Video Marketing Print).

Tai Seng Warning Part 1 (English)

This was taken from The Opening & Closing Previews for The Adventures of Elmo in Grouchland (Mandarin Chinese Copy) (The 2000 VHS; Tai Seng Video Marketing Print)

Tai Seng Warning Part 2 (Chinese)

This was taken from The Opening & Closing Previews for The Adventures of Elmo in Grouchland (Mandarin Chinese Copy) (The 2000 VHS; Tai Seng Video Marketing Print)

Report Video Tape Piracy Hotline Screen in English

This was taken from The Opening & Closing Previews for The Adventures of Elmo in Grouchland (Mandarin Chinese Copy) (The 2000 VHS; Tai Seng Video Marketing Print)

Report Video Tape Piracy Hotline Screen in Chinese

This was taken from The Opening & Closing Previews for The Adventures of Elmo in Grouchland (Mandarin Chinese Copy) (The 2000 VHS; Tai Seng Video Marketing Print)

Opening

  • Tai Seng Video Marketing logo (1997-2001)
  • FBI Warning screens (in English and Chinese)
  • Report Video Tape Piracy Hotline screens (in English and Chinese)
  • Bug & Elmo's Introduction (in Chinese version)
  • Columbia Pictures logo
  • Jim Henson Pictures logo (The Adventures of Elmo in Grouchland variant)

Closing

  • The Legend of Lady Yang trailer
  • The Adventures of Elmo in Grouchland Soundtrack promo (in Chinese version)
  • FBI Warning screens (in English and Chinese)
  • Report Video Tape Piracy Hotline screens (in English and Chinese)
  • Tai Seng Video Marketing logo (1997-2001)

Trivia

  • The Tai Seng Video Marketing logo from 1997-2001 was also used from some of these Tai Seng videos in Chinese.
  • In the Chinese Version of Report Video Tape Piracy Hotline screen, the Chinese female voiceover was heard in Mandarin version, just like on Mandarin Chinese Copy of The Scoop VHS tape (1997).
  • Although the Tai Seng video contain any of these Chinese previews on the VHS opening, they still have Chinese previews from closing of the VHS tape.
  • The Bug & Elmo Introduction clip was used from the 2000 American VHS tape, but the Chinese version was dubbed instead of the English version.
  • The Adventures of Elmo in Grouchland Soundtrack promo was used from 2000 VHS tape of the same name, but the Chinese version was dubbed instead of English version.

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