I was going through some old pics, and I found something I never saw before (see 3rd pic below). In 2008 I took a few pictures of a DVD we received from Swank. This was a licensed copy of The Bee Movie.
Here is the DVD in its case:
Close up shot of "Important Notice":
And, here is the front of the DVD case. The part I never noticed is the wording on the top right of the DVD case. It may be hard to read, but it says, "Only the motion picture itself on this DVD is licensed for exhibition". I guess that means that you are not licensed to show any "Extra Features" on the DVD, or even any "Previews". That pretty much sucks. I always thought it would be cool to just play a DVD from the beginning, giving the audience some pre-show entertainment. And, if it is a new release, the previews would be relevant as well. I never did it, but I wanted to try it sometime. But now seeing this, I guess that's a no-no.