WORKPRINTS – Master List

LIST OF WORKPRINTS AND SPECIAL EDITIONS DIFFERENT/ NOT AVAILABLE ON RELEASED MEDIA
Updated 2017-02-04 – 1250 entries


54 [Workprint]
This version runs around 28 minutes longer than the DVD version. It contains many extra scenes and shots but it also misses some scenes. It also misses the voiceover from Shane, changes the order of many scenes and contains an alternate ending.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality C/D, 2:01:01 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


300 [Workprint]
This version contains no alternate footage and runs exactly the same as the DVD version.
PAL DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A, 1:54:13 — Menu and Workprint Notes


1776 [Extended Version]
This version runs around 13 minutes longer than the Blu Ray version and is known as the Special Expanded Edition. It contains some extra scenes, shots and two of the songs are extended. It also contains an overture and intermission. Thanks to the person who created this version.
NTSC DVD+R DL, Widescreen, Quality A, 2:59:34 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


1941 [TV Version]
This version runs around 5 minutes shorter than the Extended DVD version. It is cut in places for swearing, racism and sexual references but it contains some extra shots and changes the order of some scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 2:20:32 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


10 Cloverfield Lane [Workprint]
The Cellar version before Cloverfield connection was added


12 Monkeys [TV Version]
US TV version


13th Floor [Workprint]


13th Warrior [Workprint] TO BE CONFIRMED!


200 Cigarettes (1999) [Workprint]
This version runs around 4 minutes shorter than the DVD version and contains some extra scenes, shots and dialogue. However it also misses some scenes present in the DVD version.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality B, 1:32:19 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide

A workprint copy exists, which does add some extra footage


2020 Texas Gladiators [TV Version]


28 Days Later [TV Version]
This version runs around 4 minutes longer than the DVD version, it is the same as the DVD version until after the closing credits where it contains an alternate ending.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:50:15 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


28 Weeks Later [Workprint]
This version contains no alternate footage and runs exactly the same as the DVD version.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A, 1:40:13 — Menu and Workprint Notes


3 Ninjas (1992) [TV Version]
This version runs around 9 minutes longer than the DVD version, it contains many extra scenes and uses elements from both the US and International Versions. It also misses some shots and features an alternate ending.
NTSC DVD-R, Anamorphic Widescreen, Quality A, 1:31:53 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide

Global Film Enterprises produced the movie and then gave the distribution rights for certain countries (at least USA and UK) to Touchstone/Buena Vista (Disney). They changed the movie by removing the animated opening credits (instead they put opening credits over the very beginning of the movie and removed some dialogue) and by removing the original end (the day after the showdown Rocky fights one of bad guys at school and wins back his girl friend’s, Colt’s and his own bike). The German rental video and tv broadcasts show the unchanged movie (and there is no sign of a Touchstone logo). Due to the running time difference (US laserdisc 85 min. vs. German TV 93 min.) there may be more scenes removed by Touchstone.


48 Hours [TV Version]
This version runs around 4 minutes shorter than the DVD version, it is cut throughout for violence, language and sexual references but it contains two scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A, 1:31:07 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


500 Days Of Summer [Workprint]


8mm Uncut [Screener] TO BE CONFIRMED!


976-EVIL (1988) [TV Version]
This version runs around 14 minutes longer than the DVD version and is taken from the German release. It contains several extra scenes and lines of dialogue. The German DVD has a fault that results in one of the additional scenes playing in German audio even with the English soundtrack selected, so that scene has been subtitled in English specifically for this release.
PAL DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:42:30 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide

The TV version seems to have quite a bit of footage that the video version does not. There are scenes where extra dialogue is used to replace a couple of lines in the same scenes. These extra scenes were probably cut in the video and theatrical releases because some are inept and acted very poorly.


A Perfect Murder [Workprint] TO BE CONFIRMED!
with Alternate Ending


Abraxas [Uncut Version]
Dolby Digital uncut 93 min version


Ace Ventura: Pet Detective (1994) [Extended Version]
This composite version runs around 8 minutes longer than the DVD version and contains all the additional scenes from the TV version.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:36:02 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Ace Ventura: Pet Detective (1994) [TV Version]
This version runs around 3 minutes longer than the DVD version and is cut for nudity and swearing. However, it contains some extra scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:27:37 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide

Network TV version features footage not shown on the video version, including:
– A scene in a bar in Ray Finkle’s hometown;
– Ace gets up on stage with the band Cannibal Corpse during the concert and sings;
– Ace attempts to extract information crucial to locating the bar from a distraught gas station attendant.
– Ace calls Emilio from the mental hospital and an elderly resident immitates him. Ace takes Melissa home after they leave the mental hospital and she kisses him goodnight.
– Ace visits his hippie friend again and tries find out a connection between Einhorn and Finkle looking at their credit report. Also, Ace phones Emilio from the Mental Hospital to tell him about Finkle and Einhorn. Many scenes added in the T.V. version which are missing in the home video version add missing essential story elements, making the rest of the picture more understandable. In the network version, there is an additional scene near the end where Snowflake, upon Ace’s command, steals Einhorn’s gun. Ace then tries to command Snowflake to give the gun to him, but the dolphin gives it back to Einhorn instead.


Act of Valor [International Version]
Details


Adrenaline: Fear The Rush [Workprint]
This version runs around the same time as the shorter DVD version. It is the unofficial Director’s Cut that was released by Albert Pyun. It misses a scene and some shots, however it contains some extra text cards that give some background information and change the location from Boston to Romania.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality B, 1:14:50 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai [Workprint]
This version runs around 12 minutes longer than the DVD version and contains almost all the deleted scenes from the DVD, plus many more.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Timecoded, Quality B/C, 1:55:34 — Menu, Workprint Notes, Deleted Scene and a selectable Workprint Guide


Airplane II: The Sequel (1982) [TV Version]
This version runs around 5 minutes longer than the DVD version and contains some extra scenes. It is also cut in places for swearing and references to sex and drugs.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:28:53 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide

Network TV version includes extra footage, including a scene where budget passengers are tossed out of a moving airplane on tethers. Another showing the President (Reagen impersonator) plus, a few additional gags, here and there. In the TV version of ‘Airplane II’ there were 2 gags involving the Texan played by Hugh Gillin that were not in the theatrical release. One involved him giving a large sum of money to a man representing a heart foundation who then keels over dead when he sees how much money the Texan had given him. The other involves the Texan asking for something to read while on the shuttle flight and Mary the stewardess gives him a huge pile of books. There’s also an extra scene in line when Sonny Bono buys the $1 million dollar auto insurance policy. In the theatrical version the first time we see Sonny Bono is when he’s buying the bomb in the airport all-purpose shop. None of these scenes are on the DVD as extras.


Airplane! (1980) [TV Version]
This version runs around the same time as the DVD version and contains some extra scenes. It is also cut in places for swearing and references to sex and drugs.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:27:48 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide

On the broadcast television version, there is an extra joke when the plane is landing. Elaine exclaims, “Look out, Ted! The mountains! The mountains!” Ted replies, “Elaine, we’re over Iowa.” Elaine then says, “Look out, Ted! The Corn! The Corn!” Some broadcast versions have an additional scene at the airport in which a couple recognizes someone they know. “Hi, Jack!” they yell to him, causing airport security personnel to grab him and haul him away. In another scene added to the broadcast version, the flight crew looks first to the left and then to the right as the plane’s jet engines come to life, accompanied by the sound of an old propeller engine sputtering into action. In the network TV version, the abortion exchange between the man and woman on the PA system is removed. Some video versions feature different songs on the soundtrack compared to the original release, probably due to licensing problems. In the TV version shown on UPN, Chuck Connors appears briefly as “The Sarge”, the same character he plays in Airplane II In a TV version, there is a scene showing Kramer and McCroskey having an argument at a water dispenser. In the TV version, an alternate version of the scene with the woman’s breasts wiggling is shown featuring a woman in a tight red and yellow striped t-shirt and drum sound effects accompanying her moving breasts. Whistling is also heard.


Airport ’77 (1977) [TV Version]
This version runs around 1 hour 9 minutes longer than the DVD version. It contains many extra scenes and shots throughout, including flashback scenes that explain how certain characters were on the plane.
NTSC DVD+R DL, Fullscreen, Quality A/B, 3:02:46 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide

Network TV version features one hour of additional footage not included in either the theatrical release or home video release. Footage only seen in the network version
– includes:Alternate opening credit sequence involving Banker and Wilson breaking into a laboratory.
– A flight attendant cabin mock-up where the crew practice an evacuation using an escape slide. Shortly after, Anne introduces the crew to Joe Patroni.
– Dialogue between Patroni and Anne.
– A scene where Joe Patroni introduces Anne to Don Gallagher, who’s working on a flight simulator of the plane he will fly.
– Flashbacks of several characters. including Martin and Karen Wallace, Steve and Julie, Jane and Bonnie Stern, and Lisa with Ralph Crawford.
– Extended dialogue throughout the film.
– Gallagher and Eve discovering the plane’s navigator is dead.
– Scene involving Joe Patroni and his son, Joe. Jr. Patroni has been informed of the disappearance of the 747 and has to cancel plans to attend Joe Jr’s graduation ceremony.
– Brief additional footage of Martin Wallace’s body floating outside the plane.
– Emily attempts to console Karen, after the drowning of Martin.
– As Gallagher and the scuba team make their underwater preparations to raise the plane, they discover Banker’s body.
– Amount of time for the plane to rise to the surface is longer than the theatrical version.
– After the plan has risen, Gerald Lucas attempts to get out of the plane first, only to be stopped and pushed back by Buchek.
– Dialogue between Philip Stevens and Eddie aboard the USS Cayuga. Stevens hands Eddie a piece of paper, which reveals Eddie’s wife has given birth to twins. Stevens hands Eddie a cigar to celebrate the occasion.
– Dialogue between Stevens and Buchek aboard the USS Cayuga. In deleted scenes shown in the television version, Brian Morrison appears again for the second time as Joseph Patroni, Jr, having previously been seen on-screen as Joe Jr. in the theatrical version of Airport 1975, and later appearing as Joe Jr. in deleted scenes shown in the television version of The Concorde: Airport ’79. Versions seen on UK television omit the scene where Lee Grant looks out the window of the plane and sees her husband Martin Wallace (Christopher Lee), floating dead in the water.


Airport 79 [TV Version]
This version runs around 1 hour 3 minutes longer than the DVD version. It contains many extra scenes and shots throughout, including an alternate ending.
NTSC DVD+R DL, Fullscreen, Quality A/B, 2:56:32 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Aladdin [Workprint Version A]
This version runs around a minute shorter than the DVD version, it contains some longer shots and an extra scene. It also misses a scene and contains lots of unfinished animation.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B/C, 1:24:31 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Aladdin [Workprint Version B]
This version runs around 5 minutes shorter than the DVD version, it contains extra scenes, shots and lines of dialogue. It also misses some scenes, features unfinished animation throughout and also an alternate soundtrack.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality C, 1:23:07 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Alamo, The (1960) [Extended Version]
This version runs around 40 minutes longer than the DVD version. It is taken from the Laserdisc Director’s Cut and contains many extra scenes, including a musical Overture, Intermission and Exit. This disc also contains the longer version of the making of documentary, which is approximately 20 minutes longer than the DVD version.
NTSC DVD+R DL, Widescreen, Quality A/B, 3:22:32 & 1:07:51 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Alice in Chains – Headbangers Ball (1993) [Extended Version]
Complete 3 hour broadcast w/o/c


Alien (1979) [Extended Version]
This composite version runs around 23 minutes longer than the 2003 Director’s Cut, it contains all known deleted scenes and unused footage combined with the DVD Version. Thanks to Meedermow for creating this version.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A, 2:19:30 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Alien (1979) [TV Version]
Original Network Television Broadcast


Alien 3 (1992) [TV Version]
The TV version * may * contain some scene found on the workprint, but this should be still confirmed!


Alien 3 (1992) [Workprint]
This version runs around 10 minutes longer than the Theatrical Cut and contains some extra scenes neither found in the Theatrical nor in the Assembly Cut. However it also misses some scenes present in the Assembly Cut. This is the timecoded version.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Timecoded, Quality B, 2:05:45 — Menu, Workprint Notes, Missing Scenes, Electronic Press Kit and a selectable Workprint Guide


Alien 3 (1992) [Workprint]
The Producers Version: this version offers and additional 15 mins to the original theatrical cut; This is the definitive version which should have been the version that was in the quadrilogy. This version keeps the dog bursting scene rather than the ox bursting scene.


Alien Nation [TV Version]
94 mins network television version


Aliens [TV Version].
This TV version contains some of the scenes from the Director’s Cut that were added back in for the TV debut, but not all of them. It contains all commercials.


All Dogs Go To Heaven [Workprint]


Alligator (1980) [TV Version]
This version runs around 7 minutes longer than the DVD version and is taken from the rare Catalina VHS. It is cut in places for language and violence but it contains some extra scenes. Thanks to Ridgeshark for the transfer.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:38:11 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide

One or more extra scenes are said to be included in old TV versions of the movie. In one extra scene woman is outside hanging up clothes while her baby is with her. When her phone rings, she goes inside to answer leaving the baby out in the yard. When loud crashing sound is heard off screen, woman gets off the phone and goes back outside. She sees that her back yard is in mess, part of the fence is smashed and flattened, laundry basket she left out is overturned and she becomes hysterical when she realizes that her baby is missing. She approaches an upturned laundry basket and turns it over and finds the baby. The scene then cuts away. The alligator doesn’t attack either the baby or the mother.


Amazing Howard Hughes, The [TV Version]
This version runs around 1 hour and 1 minute longer than the DVD version. It contains many extra scenes throughout that are missing from all VHS and DVD releases.
NTSC DVD+R DL, Fullscreen, Quality B/C, 3:04:22 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Amazon Women on the Moon (1987) [TV Version]
Television versions contain an additional sketch with ‘Dick Miller’ as a ventriloquist whose dummy is switched with a French-speaking one. There is also an additional sketch featuring ‘Jenny Agutter’ (qv). Neither of these is found on the video version. The ‘Pethouse Video’ was completely re shot for television and features ‘Monique Gabrielle’ walking around in lingerie rather than being naked. The “Bullshit Or Not?” program is retitled “Baloney Or Not?”. European TV versions include the original ‘Pethouse


American History X [Workprint]
This version runs around 18 minutes shorter than the DVD version but it contains many alternate and additional scenes. Many scenes are shown in a different order and it also misses some scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Timecoded, Quality B/C, 1:37:18 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


American Hustle [Screener]
This version runs around the same time as the DVD version; it contains two alternate shots, a line of alternate dialogue and misses a short scene.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A, 2:13:09 — Menu, Screener Notes and a selectable Screener Guide


American Pie [Workprint]
This version runs around a minute longer than the DVD version but contains a lot of alternate dialogue and one short extra scene.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Studio Stamp, Quality B, 1:32:09 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


American Pie 2 [Original Version] TO BE CONFIRMED!
with Chris Penn as Stifler’s Dad


American Psycho [Workprint]
This version runs around 5 minutes longer than the DVD version; it has lots of alternate dialogue, some extra and alternate shots and three extra scenes, two of which appear on the DVD as deleted scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality B, 1:44:03 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


American Werewolf In Paris [TV Version]
This version runs around 5 minutes longer than the DVD version; it contains some extra scenes, extra dialogue and an alternate ending.
PAL DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:38:36 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


American Werewolf In Paris [Workprint]
This version runs around 5 minutes longer than the DVD version; it contains some extra scenes, extra dialogue and an alternate ending.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality B/C, 1:37:32 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Amityville Dollhouse [TV Version].
This version is cut but has some alternate shots and alternate takes.


Anaconda [TV Version]
This version runs around 6 minutes longer than the DVD version and contains some extra scenes not present in any other version. However, it is cut for violence and swearing.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:30:46 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Anchorman [Workprint]
Differences unknown.


Angel Heart (1987) [TV Version]
This version runs around 22 minutes shorter than the DVD version, it is cut in places for violence, sexual references and language but it contains some extra shots.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 1:30:48 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide

Video’scene.The American tv version, presumably in order to make up for time lost in editing the controversial sex scene, added footage that was not included in either the R or Unrated versions. The added footage was mostly made up of flashbacks to the war and other various oddities, and actually helped explain some of the more vague points of the movie.


Angus (1995) [TV Version]
This version runs around the same time as the DVD version, it is cut in places for language but it contains some extra scenes not present in any other version.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 1:24:36 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide

The cable television version on TNT contains many deleted scenes not shown on the theatrical version including:
– Extended dialogue between Angus and Troy in the locker room.
– Scene with Angus helping his grandfather move some of his stuff to April’s house.
– Scene with Angus talking with his grandfather and April at April’s house. The scene also shows the grandfather’s dance move “the irish swoon” which is described to Angus earlier in the film.
– Extended scene where Angus goes to the dancing lesson, including Angus and Troy commenting on the teachers good looks.
– Scene with Angus and his mom eating Hagandaas ice cream in the kitchen where they talk about the upcoming
– dance.Extended scene where Angus is trying on suits. In the TNT version, there is an extended scene in which Melissa talks to Angus about being his date for the Freshman Winter Ball. This occurs right after Angus discovers he is the Winter Ball King, and he is talking in the hallway with Troy.


Animal, The (2001) [TV Version]
This version runs around 4 minutes longer than the DVD version, it is cut in places for language but it contains some extra scenes not present in any other version.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:28:53 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide

Network television versions include additional footage. Among these scenes include Marvin hiding out from the angry mob near the end of the film at the home of an elderly nearsighted woman (played by ‘Cloris Leachman’), who thinks Marvin is her pet cat and forces him to eat cat food. Scenes which were deleted include:
– The doctor explaining the differant animal parts he put in Marvin. After mentioning the lion with the attention deficit disorder, we see it fall out of the tree in the background.
– Marvin wakes up in Dimples doghouse and walks out naked holding the water bowl over his front. He then runs off to his house, again exposing his hair covered behind to the shocked neighbor. (The trailer shows this scene with him wearing underwear.)
– Marvin returns to work where he can overhear everyone’s conversations, then smells/hears a coworker fart and hastles him for it.
– The doctor talks to Marvin more about the animal traits, feeds him a fish, and makes him jump through a firey hoop.


Another 48 Hrs. (1990) [Workprint]
Original workprint of Another 48 Hrs. was 145 minutes long. Movie was cut down to 120 minutes by director Walter Hill or Paramount studio for original planned theatrical summer release, but week before it was to be released Paramount cut additional 25 minutes out of the movie making the final theatrical version only about 93 minutes long. In total, about 50 minutes were deleted from original cut of the movie causing many plot holes and continuity mistakes.


Any Given Sunday (1999) [TV Version]
Alternate television versions of several scenes were filmed.


Any Which Way You Can [TV Version]
This version runs around 4 minutes longer than the DVD version, it is cut in places for violence and language but it contains some extra scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 2:00:05 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Apocalypse Now (1979) [Workprint]
This version runs around 1 hour 27 minutes longer than the newly released Redux DVD version. Due to the sheer number of extra scenes it was not possible to complete a Workprint Guide comparison. The sound has been cleaned up and the volume increased slightly.
NTSC DVD+R DL, Widescreen, Timecoded, Quality C, 4:50:05 — Menu and Workprint Notes

A 289min long workprint version exists. It has never been officially released but circulates as a video bootleg. The bootleg contains the following extra material not included in either the original theatrical release or the “redux” version.
– A longer opening montage, the entire 10 minute song “The End” by The Doors is heard.It intercuts longer helicopters/jungle images with Willard in the hotel room in a drunken rage, as well as a scene where he is with a prostitute. There are various shots outside depicting the streets of Saigon.
– When the two soldiers pick up Willard in the hotel room there is a brief conversation while they help him shower and shave. They notify him that his wait for his new mission is now over.
– The scene where Willard is given his assignment is longer and contains much more dialogue. The general informs Willard that the mission is purely voluntary and he can decline it. The general also offers Willard a promotion to major upon completion of the mission. For some reason Colonel Kurtz is referred to in this scene as “Colonel Leevy”. There are some external shots of the military base.
– A brief scene where Willard is introduced to the crew of the Navy P.B.R.
– Carmine Coppola’s score is not present in this version. Many more songs by The Doors are played throughout the film instead.
– None of the narration or dossier voiceovers are in this version.
– There is no audio dubbing in this version. All the audio is from the sound recorded during the actual filming. Much of Robert Duvall’s dialogue is unitelligable due to the sound of the helicopters in his scenes.
– A much longer first cavalry “Ride of Valkyrie” attack scene (30+ mins)showing much unused footage and alternate takes.
– A much longer playboy bunnies performance.
– Various extended scenes on the boat, and alternate takes and shots.
– A scene where a miniature toy boat passes the Navy PBR. Lance tries to grab it out of the water. The Chief yells at him to leave it alone claiming it’s a booby trap. To prove it the Chief fires some shots at it to which it explodes.
– When the P.B.R. reaches Do-lung bridge, the soldier that greets them gives a more detailed explanation of the chaos around the bridge.
– When Lance is reading his letters on the boat, he suddenly stops to machine gun a water buffalo on the shore. The Chief yells at him to stop.
– The sequence where Clean is killed is omitted.
– A slightly longer French plantation sequence. After the French woman strips she crawls into the bed with Willard and they begin kissing.
– The sequence where the Chief is killed is omitted.
– More dialogue between Willard and the photojournalist when they first reach the Kurtz compound. The Journalist reveals that it was HE who was able to get the montangnards to break off their attack on the boat in the previous scene. Willard repeatedly asks the Journalists name but he refuses to answer.
– The character of Colby, (the soldier who was sent before Willard to kill Kurtz, played by Scott Glenn) has a much more substantial role in this version. As Willard inspects the compound, Colby tells Willard that the night before, NVA soldiers had attacked (which explains all the bodies laying about the compound). Willard then enters Kurtz’s house, much to the dismay of the journalist. Willard sees Kurtz empty bed and his medals, also his journal with the inscription “Drop the bomb, exterminate them all” (many of these scenes were in the final version but re-inserted in different places).
– The scene where Willard talks to Chef about the air strike on the boat is omitted.
– In this version. The first time Kurtz appears is the scene where a mud caked Willard is tied up (seated) to a pole in the rain. Kurtz appears with camouflage face paint, Willard asks….”Why he is being mistreated?” and tries to bluff his way past Kurtz by telling him that he had just completed a secret mission in Cambodia, and only stopped for supplies. Kurtz says nothing to him, but plants Chef’s head in his lap. (Only a portion of this scene was in the original version).
– The scene where Willard meets Kurtz in his bed chamber contains more dialogue….as Kurtz makes it clear that he knows why Willard is there.
– A scene where Kurtz talks to Willard in the bamboo cage while two children sit on top of the cage and dangle insects in Willard’s face. He tells him that Willard is “like his colleagues in Washington, master liars who want to win the war but don’t want to appear as immoral or unethical”.
– A lengthy scene where the montangnards in a ritualistic display pick up the bamboo cage (with Willard inside) and poke him with sticks (Lance and Colby participate in this). The natives dance around the bamboo cage, chanting and singing while a squealing pig is tied up and killed.
– A 10 minute version of the scene where Kurtz reads the poem “The Hollow Men”, intercutting between his reading and the journalist talking with Willard.
– A scene where the journalist meets Willard to tell him that he thinks Kurtz is about to kill him because he took his picture again. During which Colby comes behind the journalist and shoots him three times, killing him. Willard throws a knife at Colby’s stomach to which he falls, but before he dies he asks Willard to talk to his family for him and asks him to kill Kurtz.
– Kurtz speech about the horror and the children vaccination are omitted.
– During the assassination scene at the end, before Willard enters Kurtz’ home, one of the guards confronts him. Willard picks up a spear to defend himself as the guard picks up a child to shield himself. Willard runs the spear right through the child and into the guard. The final scene with Willard and the montangnards after Kurtz assasination are omitted.


Apt Pupil [Workprint]


Arlington Road [Workprint]
This version runs around 3 minutes longer than the DVD version and contains a few extra scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Stamped, Quality B, 1:55:51 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Armageddeon [Workprint] TO BE CONFIRMED!
Workprint with timecodes and unfinished effects.


Armour Of God Ii: Operation Condor [Workprint]
Uncut Version, Widescreen


Army of Darkness [Extended Version A]
This composite version runs around 6 minutes longer than the Director’s Cut DVD version; it contains all the deleted scenes and the extra scenes from the TV version. It contains the S Mart ending and the opening scene is from Evil Dead 2, however both the original opening and post apocalyptic ending are included as extras. Thanks to Ridgeshark for creating this version.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A, 1:41:10 — Menu, Extended Version Notes, Original Opening and Ending and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Army of Darkness [Extended Version B]
This version runs around 10 minutes longer than the Director’s Cut DVD version and is taken from the German Boxset. It contains all the deleted scenes and the extra scenes from the TV version, together with some alternate workprint scenes. It also misses a scene and contains the post apocalyptic ending.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A, 1:44:42 — Menu, Extended Version Notes, Original Opening and Ending and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Army of Darkness [TV Version]
This version runs around 15 minutes longer than the Theatrical Cut DVD version. It is cut in places for violence and language but it contains numerous scenes found in the Director’s Cut and two exclusive scenes.
PAL DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:30:30 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Arthur The King [TV Version]
This version runs around 48 minutes longer than the shorter version and contains many extra scenes throughout. It does not contain any cuts but the quality is pretty low.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality C/D, 2:20:04 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Asteroids [TV Version]
This version runs around 47 minutes longer than the DVD version. It is shown in two parts and contains many extra scenes, shots and lines of dialogue throughout.
NTSC DVD+R DL, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:28:46 & 1:26:59 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Astronauts Wife [Workprint]
This version runs around 3 minutes longer than the DVD version; it contains four extra scenes, some alternate dialogue and the alternate ending.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Timecoded, Quality B, 1:47:04 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Attack Of The Killer Tomatoes [Extended Version]
This version runs around 4 minutes longer than the Theatrical Version and is taken from the Australian VHS. It contains some additional scenes that are not present in either the Director’s Cut or Theatrical Version.
PAL DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:27:23 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery (1997) [TV Version]
This version runs around the same times as the US DVD version, it is cut for violence, language and sexual references but it contains alternate takes and lines of dialogue.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:29:16 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide

The TBS broadcast contains some notable differences from the theatrical release:
– The scene where Austin retrieves his Swedish-Made Penis Enlarger after being unfrozen appears to be an alternate take. The attendant says “Swedish Made Enlarger” instead, and he has not been overdubbed.
– In the Group Therapy scene, after Dr. Evil talks about having his testicles shaved, he goes on to talk about wanting to be an actor – dialogue not in the original release.
– An alternate take of a scene in Dr. Evil’s lair. In the theatrical version, Scott describes his planned evening as “a titty movie on Skinemax.” On TBS, he says “a porno movie on cable.” Later, Dr. Evil asks Scott if he wants to see what Daddy does for a living. Scott’s response is “Blow me,” which he follows up with “Show me” when Dr. Evil asks him to repeat that. In the TBS version, Scott says “Bite me,” which he follows up with “Might be fun.”
– The line “I never forget a pussy … cat” has been redubbed “I never forget a kitty … cat”, which ruins the joke.
– Two versions of the “lifeboat” alternate ending were broadcast on TBS. In one, Basil arrives hanging from a helicopter. He gives Vanessa her full accreditation as a field agent, and gives Austin the card of a dental specialist. In the second ending, after Austin and Vanessa kiss we are treated to a roll-call of the major characters and what happened to them, as the “Great Escape March” plays in the background.


Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery (1997) [Workprint Preview 2]
This version runs around 5 minutes longer than the European DVD version, it contains extra scenes and an alternate ending but it also misses some scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Stamped, Quality C/D, 1:28:23 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me [Extended Version]
Alternate Network Tv Version


Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me [Workprint]
This version runs around 10 minutes longer than the DVD version, it contains many extra scenes and an alternate ending but it also misses some scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Stamped, Quality C/D, 1:49:53 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Babes In Toyland [TV Version]
This version runs around 47 minutes longer than the DVD version. It contains many extra scenes, shots and lines of dialogue throughout.
NTSC DVD+R DL, Fullscreen, Quality A, 2:22:51 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Babylon AD [Original Version/Workprint] TO BE CONFIRMED!


Back to the Future [TV Version A]
ABC Family


Back to the Future [TV Version B]
NBC


Back to the Future [TV Version C]
TNT


Back to the Future [TV Version] TO BE CONFIRMED!
TV broadcast version with deleted scenes added in.


Back to the Future II [Airline Version] TO BE CONFIRMED!


Back to the Future Part II (1989) [TV Version A]
ABC Family


Back to the Future Part II (1989) [TV Version B] Details
Network TV version features outtake footage, including:
– Biff fading out of 2015 after stumbling out of the DeLorean and behind some
– trash cans
– Marty discovers the destroyed Hill Valley High School


Back to the Future Part III [TV Version]
NBC network television version includes alternate footage


Backdraft (1991) [TV Version] Details
This version runs around 4 minutes longer than the DVD version, it is cut in places for language, violence and sexual references but it contains three new scenes. However, the disc does experience blocky picture and poor audio for around 5 minutes half way through.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 2:15:56 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide

Network television version featured additional footage:
– the firemen from Engine 17 visit a recently widowed firefighter’s wife
– Stephen (‘Kurt Russell’) has an emotional scene with Inspector Rimgale (‘Robert De Niro’ (qv)) over the fire where Tim (‘Jason Gedrick’ (qv)) was burned
– During the news conference where Alderman Swayzak (‘J.T. Walsh’ (qv)) is exposed, Brian (‘William Baldwin’) visits Jennifer (‘Jennifer Jason Leigh’ (qv)) as she is packing up her office, having recently quit. In the edited for TV version, Stephen replies, “Forget it you!” instead of “Fuck you!” after Brian says, “You burned him, Stephen!” In the edited for TV version, “Jesus Christ!” is mostly replaced with “Holy cow!” and in one scene “Judas Priest!” is uttered.


Bad Boys [Workprint]
This version runs around the same time as the DVD version but contains some extra scenes and dialogue. It also misses some scenes.
PAL DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality B, 1:54:38 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Bad Company [Workprint]


Baise Moi [Workprint]
This version contains no alternate footage and runs exactly the same as the DVD version.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 1:13:46 — Menu and Workprint Notes


Banger Sisters [Workprint]


Barbarian Queen [Extended Version]
This version runs around 4 minutes longer than the DVD Version. It combines the DVD Version with the deleted scenes from the DVD and extra shots from the VHS. It contains some additional scenes and several shots.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:14:13 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Barbarian Queen [Uncut Version]
This version contains one short scene that was removed from the DVD release and is taken from the US VHS.


Barbershop [Workprint]
This version runs around 3 minutes shorter than the DVD version but contains some extra scenes, shots and dialogue. It also misses some scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality B, 1:35:19 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Barracuda [Alternate Version]
This version runs around 11 minutes shorter than the DVD version and is taken from the American VHS. It misses various scenes but contains some text at the end, which explains the town was evacuated.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 1:25:16 — Menu, Alternate Version Notes and a selectable Alternate Version Guide


Basic Instinct (1992) [TV Version]
A special Network TV version of the film was prepared by director ‘Paul Verhoeven’ substituting alternate non-explicit footage and close-ups for all violent and sexually explicit shots.


Basil [Workprint] TO BE CONFIRMED!


Batman (1989) [Workprint] Details
Letterboxed workprint that supposedly includes some additional scenes with the Joker. Someone on Usenet mentioned this a few years ago. I know that a workprint must exist, but was it ever leaked to the public? I doubt it. Please prove me wrong.


Batman Begins [TV Version]
ABC Premiere


Batman Forever [Original Version] TO BE CONFIRMED!
Not extended dvd version


Batman Returns [TV Version]


Battle for the Planet of the Apes (1973) [Extended Version]
This version runs around 10 minutes longer than the DVD version and is taken from the Japanese Laserdisc. It contains many extra scenes and has been made in sync unlike other versions circulating.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality B, 1:36:01 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Battle for the Planet of the Apes (1973) [TV Version]
CBS television version adds a few scenes cut from the theatrical release. One scene takes place after Aldo chases teacher Abe, where MacDonald reminds him why humans should not say “no” to an ape. Another scene towards the end of the film has the surviving House of Mendez cult about to set off the doomsday bomb (as seen in “Beneath The Planet Of The Apes”), but decide not to as it would be a threat to the world.


Battlefield Earth (2000) [TV Version]
This version runs around a minute longer than the DVD version, it is cut for language and misses many scenes throughout., however it also contains some scenes that are not present in any other version.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:54:36 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide

The U.S. television version contains many of the scenes cut for the video, but with some other scenes obviously edited for content.


Battlestar Galactica [Extended Version]
This composite version runs around a minute longer than the DVD TV series version. It combines the first three episodes of the original series and includes the additional footage that was only shown in the TV movie version.
PAL DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 2:14:51 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Be Cool [Workprint]
This version contains no alternate footage and runs exactly the same as the DVD version.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A, 1:59:38 — Menu and Workprint Notes


Beast, The aka The Beasts Of War [Extended Version]
Extended German version


Beastmaster [TV Version]


Beastmaster 2 [TV Version]


Beauty And The Beast [Workprint]
This version runs at 102 minutes, it contains some unfinished animated scenes and is mixed with completed scenes as well.


Beetlejuice (1988) [TV Version] TO BE CONFIRMED!


Beetlejuice (1988) [Workprint]
This version runs around 2 minutes longer than the DVD version. It is in black & white and contains some extra scenes, shots and lines of dialogue. It also misses some scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 1:30:44 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide

A workprint of the film surfaced recently with some added/alternate scenes. This version of the film runs around 2 minutes shorter than the theater release, has a few extra scenes and is missing some, is in black and white, and has a time-code on the bottom. This version has 4 major differences:
Alternate scene:
– The scene were Adam attempts to leave the house after him and his wife die is different. Instead of a desert he sees empty darkness filled with rolling cogs.
Extra Scenes:
– There is an added scene were Lydia is developing the pictures she took of Adam and Barbra. Then after her mother yells at her and blames her for cutting holes in her sheets Lydia runs upstairs and tries to convince her dad the pictures are real.
– There is an added 10 seconds after the adults were in the attic searching for the ghost were we see the desert monster trying to eat Adam and Barbra as they hang from the attic window.
– Finally there is an extra 2 minute scene at the end were we see Lydia riding her bike home from school and her parents talking to Jane on the phone telling her they do not want to sell the house.
– Side note: Lydia’s dancing scene is cut short in this version, and there is no scene with Beetlejuice in the waiting room.[Workprint] When Disney bought the rights to Beetlejuice to air on the Disney Channel, they cut out several scenes including: The scene of a second Sandworm head emerging from the mouth of another one. In the original version, when Adam and Barbara leave the model, Beetlejuice kicks over a model tree, screams “Wow! Nice F—ing model!” and then makes honking sounds while he yanks himself in an obscene way. In the Disney version he kicks over the tree, spits, and stares up at Adam and Barbara. Several scenes of Beetlejuice attacking the Deitz family as a snake were removed. The scene where the receptionist in the Afterlife Waiting room reveals she killed herself was removed A scene during the dance number where the Deitz’s all moon each other was removed [Workprint] The version currently available on Warner Home video has been expurgated: when the barber in front of Adam’s shop recounts an incident with a customer who had “hair down to his goddamn shoulders” it is altered to “hair down to his damn shoulders” using poor dubbing. Also the instance when Betelgeuse yells out “Nice f—ing model!” and grabs his crotch is cut out. So after he kicks down the tree the next shot shows Adam putting it back up in the model. These cuts have been restored on the R1 20th Anniversary Edition from Warner Bros.


Beheaded 1000 [Extended Version]
This version runs around 22 minutes longer than the more common short version and contains 71 extended scenes. It is the Taiwan version.


Beowulf [Workprint]
This version contains no alternate footage and misses a scene.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Timecoded, Quality A/B, 1:24:38 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Beverly Hills Ninja [TV Version]
This version runs around 2 minutes longer than the DVD version, it contains some extra scenes but is also cut in places for swearing, sexual references and violence.
NTSC DVD-R, Anamorphic Widescreen, Quality A, 1:26:39 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Beyond The Poseidon Adventure [TV Version]
This version runs around 28 minutes longer than the DVD version and contains many additional scenes, shots and dialogue. It is also cut in places for language and violence.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 2:25:14 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Big Boss, The [Extended Version]
This composite version runs around 2 minutes longer than the DVD version, it combines two different VHS releases with the DVD Version. It contains some additional shots and an extra scene.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A, 1:41:04 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Big Boss, The [Rejected Dub Version]
This version runs around 12 minutes shorter than the Blu Ray version. It contains the original English dub track that was re-recorded as Bruce Lee did not like the first recording. This version has not been officially released. It misses many scenes throughout, particularly during the fight scenes, however it does contain some extra and longer shots.
PAL DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality B, 1:21:11 — Menu, Rejected Dub Version Notes and a selectable Rejected Dub Version Guide


Big Hit, The [Workprint] TO BE CONFIRMED!
Letterboxed workprint.


Big Lebowski [Workprint]
This version contains no alternate footage; however the soundtrack is different in parts.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Timecoded, Quality B, 2:00:25 — Menu and Workprint Notes


Big Trouble In Little China [Extended Version]


Bill & Ted’s Bogus Journey (1991) [TV Version]
This version runs around 3 minutes shorter than the DVD version, it is cut in places and misses some scenes but it contains one extra scene not in any other version.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 1:26:34 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide

In the television version of the film, the scene where Station is building the good robot Bill & Ted in the van on the way to the concert is extended. Death is sitting in the passenger’s seat and asks Bill if he likes him. Bill still driving the van, replies ‘Yeah’ and offers Death a stick of gum. Death graciously accepts and shoves the piece (wrapper and all) in his mouth. He then spits it out saying, “I don’t like gum”.


Billy Madison (1995) [TV Version]
This version runs around the same time as the DVD version, it is cut for language and sexual references but it contains two extra scenes and some extra shots.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A/B, 1:26:03 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide

The network television version adds two scenes:
– After Billy’s first day in 3rd grade he plays kickball with the Madison Manor employees.
– Erik tries to bribe Principal Anderson with a car, 1 million dollars and a hotel whenever and whereever he wants.


Bio Dome [TV Version]


Birdcage, The [TV Version]


Birds, The [TV Version]


Black Cauldron Workprint, The [Workprint] confirmed


Black Christmas 2006 [European Version]


Black Christmas 2006 [UK Version]
Details


Black Eagle [Extended Version]
This version runs around 11 minutes longer than the DVD version. It is the Director’s Cut and contains several extra scenes that do not appear in the standard version.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A, 1:44:04 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Black Goat [Workprint]


Black Hawk Down [Workprint]
English Language


Black Jack [Extended Version]
This version is a composite between the screener and the German DVD.


Black Jack [Screener]
This version misses some shots, contains some extra shots and contains an alternate ending.


Black Mask [Taiwan Version]
This version runs about 13 minutes longer than the US version.


Black Sheep [Workprint]
This version contains no alternate footage and runs exactly the same as the DVD version.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:23:44 — Menu and Workprint Notes


Blackadder Episode Collection [Extended Version]
This disc contains three episodes, The Foretelling, The Archbishop and The Queen of Spain’s Beard. These episodes are combinations of the regular versions and workprint footage. The Foretelling runs around a minute longer than the DVD version, it contains additional shots, lines of dialogue and a short scene. The Archbishop runs around 2 minutes longer than the DVD version and contains an extra scene. The Queen of Spain’s Beard runs around a minute longer than the DVD version, it contains additional shots, lines of dialogue and a short scene.
PAL DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 34:12 & 34:46 & 34:29 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Blade [Workprint] TO BE CONFIRMED!
Letterboxed workprint.


Blade Runner (1982) [TV Version]
CBS Network TV Version from 1986; very rare!


Blade Runner (1982) [Workprint A]
Workprint/Denver-Dallas sneak: this rare version includes over 70 alternate and extended scenes. A 113 minute 70mm workprint was shown at the some sneak previews in Dallas and Denver in 1982. The film scored extremely poorly from the test audiences, and it was this poor reaction which led to the happy ending and the voice-over narration. In 1989, sound preservationist ‘Michael Arick’ came across a 70mm print of Blade Runner in the TODD-AO vaults. Thinking it was the International Cut, Arick purchased the print for Warners, who loaned it out to the Los Angeles Cineplex-Odeon Fairfax Theatre in 1990 for a festival of 70mm prints. It was at this screening that people realized they were watching the Dallas/Denver Workprint. The film was subsequently screened at UCLA’s Los Angeles Perspectives Multimedia Festival in 1991. A 35mm reduction of this version was later shown at the NuArt Theatre and the Art Deco Castro Theater in San Francisco in 1991. It was the success of these four screenings that prompted Warner Bros. to look into the possibility of releasing a Director’s Cut of the film. The workprint briefly resurfaced again, by accident, for a one-week engagement (1/15 – 1/21) at the Seattle, WA Landmark Egyptian Theater in 1999. However, this print was the one-of-a-kind 70mm blow-up, directly from the Warner Bros. vault. In 2007, the workprint was made available to the public for the first time on disc 5 of the 5-disc Ultimate Collector’s Edition DVD/HD-DVD/Blu-ray Disc of the film (which also contains the US theatrical cut, the European cut, the Director’s Cut and the Final Cut). The differences between the workprint and the other versions include:
– The logo for the Ladd Company is on a white background, not a black background.
– The title screen for the film is different, with the words ‘BLADE RUNNER’ sliding onto the screen accompanied by the sound of knives.
– New American Dictionary (2016) definition of a replicant is used in lieu of the opening credit crawl.
– The opening shots do not include the close-up and subsequent pull-away from the eye seen in all other cuts, it simply cuts closer and closer to the Tyrell building. Additionally, the shot moving into towards the window is absent, as are two interior wide shots of Holden standing at the window. Throughout the scene, air-traffic control headings can be heard.
– After Leon shoots Holden and he crashes through the wall, hitting the table, the shot stays on Holden as fan blades brush his hair and his back smokes from the gunfire.
– Deckard’s meal at “The White Dragon” can be seen being laid on the bar in front of him, rather than merely being heard. Additionally, the shot of Deckard rubbing his chopsticks together is longer. Also, as Gaff speaks to Deckard, the shot remains on Deckard rather than cutting to Gaff, showing Deckard having some difficulty eating his noodles.
– As Deckard and Gaff are flying to the police station, in all versions of the film, you can see Gaff speaking to Deckard, but in the Workprint you can actually hear what he says.
– During the briefing, the shot of Bryant getting a bottle and pouring two drinks is absent. Also missing is Bryant’s line “I need the old Blade Runner, I need your magic.”
– Bryant says “two” replicants were fried running through an electric field instead of one.”
– When looking at the incept tapes, Bryant comments on Leon’s ability to work all day and night.
– As Gaff and Deckard approach the Tyrell building, there is more air traffic control heard.
– When Rachael asks Deckard if she can ask him a personal question, Deckard responds “Sure. What is it?” In all other versions of the film, he simply says “Sure.”
– When Deckard and Gaff inspect Leon’s address and the attendant opens the room for them, he mutters “Kowalski”.
– After Chew tells Roy that J.F. Sebastian will take him to Tyrell, the shot where Roy leans forward and says, “Now, where will we find this J.F. Sebastian?” is
– missing.After Rachael has left Deckard’s apartment, and he walks out onto the balcony, there is the sound of a police siren, which is absent in all other cuts.
– When Deckard plays the piano in a depressed stupor: a) there is no unicorn vision, b) there is no background music, and c) we hear one or two notes Harrison Ford actually played on the set.
– A whirring sound comes from the Esper that is absent in all other versions.
– After zooming in on the shot of Roy in the photo, Deckard can be heard to say “Hello Roy.” Then, after printing the hardcopy, he says “Zhora or Pris?”
– When Deckard gives the snake scale to the Cambodian lady, she says “It will take a moment.”
– Deckard’s search for Abdul Hassan lasts longer: we see more of Animoid Row and the back streets of the sector. As Deckard moves away from the Cambodian lady, there is an eighteen second crane shot showing Deckard disappearing into the crowd.
– The dialogue heard during the scene with Hassan matches perfectly with the lip movements.
– As Deckard nears Taffy Lewis’ club, there is a twelve second crane shot showing the geography of the street.
– There is a shot of two dancers in hockey masks outside Taffy’s bar.
– There is a shot of Deckard asking for directions to Taffy Lewis’ from a uniformed policeman.
– The audio-only introduction of ‘Miss Salome’ is slightly different.
– There is a close-up shot of Deckard examining a sequin from Zhora’s costume.
– After Zhora attacks Deckard and flees, we see Deckard loosen his tie from his throat.
– “If I Didn’t Care” by the Ink Spots, is in the background when Deckard purchases a bottle of Tsing Tao, instead of “One More Kiss,
– Dear.”After Rachael shoots Leon, the shot of him falling forward onto Deckard is absent, as is the shot of Rachael lowering the gun and stepping forward.
– In Deckard’s apartment, there is no “Love Theme”; the initial music track merely continues on longer. Also, Rachel plays a different selection on the piano when testing herself, and the shot of her undoing her hair and letting it floor to her shoulders is missing.
– Roy says to Tyrell, “I want more life, father”.
– When Roy kills Tyrell, the footage is the same as in the International version, showing Roy’s thumbs going into Tyrell’s eyes and blood spurting out. Additionally, when Roy turns to Sebastian, he says “I’m sorry, Sebastian. Come. Come”, as he walks towards him. As Sebastian turns to run, he can be heard whimpering.
– Bryant’s info to Deckard over the CB about Tyrell’s and Sebastian’s deaths are heard as we see Deckard driving through the tunnel. When Deckard is parked in his sedan on the street, he is merely preparing to call J.F.’s apartment before the police spinner interrogates him. Also, when the spinner arrives, we hear police sirens.
– During the fight between, Pris and Deckard, we see Pris lift him up by the nostrils.
– When Deckard shoots Pris, he shoots 3 times instead of 2.
– There is the sound of a thunderclap as Roy examines Pris’ body.
– We actually see Roy break Deckard’s fingers, in a split second close up, with a prop-hand. Also, the shot when Deckard pops his fingers back in is taken from a different angle, and Deckard’s scream is much quieter than in all other versions of the film.
– There are more shots of Roy running through the Bradbury.
– When Roy pushes his head through the wall, there is an extra line; “You’re not in pain are you? Are you in pain?”
– There are more shots of Deckard as he climbs to the roof, and also more shots of him as he hangs on to the neighboring building.
– The music during the chase is completely different from the music of Vangelis (according to ‘Paul Sammon’ (qv), the music used is from old soundtracks by ‘James Horner’ and ‘Jerry Goldsmith’ (qv)).
– Different, farther-away shots of Roy as Deckard watches him die. Additionally, there is an alternate narration (the only narration in this version): “I watched him die all night. It was a long, slow thing and he fought it all the way. He never whimpered and he never quit. He took all the time he had as though he loved life very much. Every second of it…even the pain. Then, he was dead.”
– Deckard’s movement through his apartment as he searches for Rachael is different, with a wide shot of him scanning the room. The overall scene is approximately 20 seconds shorter than in all other versions
– The shot of Deckard telling Rachael to wait before leaving the apartment is missing.
– There is no happy ending, the film ends when the elevator doors slam.
– There are no end credits, merely exit music for about a minute: the same cue heard as when Gaff takes Deckard to see Bryant at the start of the movie.


Blade Runner (1982) [Workprint B]
This version runs around the same as the International Cut, it contains some extra shots and dialogue and one extra scene. It also misses some shots and most of the voice overs from Deckard. This is taken from the remastered version of the workprint, not the camcorder version.
PAL DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A, 1:45:26 — Menu, Ridley Scott Introduction, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Blair Witch Project [Workprint]
This version runs around 3 minutes longer than the DVD version; it contains some extra scenes, some extra dialogue and also misses a few scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality C, 1:22:01 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Blame It on the Bellboy (1992) [TV Version]
Television version substitutes alternate takes of several scenes toning down the sexuality but adding dialogue not in the theatrical/home video version.


Blazing Saddles [TV Version]
This version runs around 3 minutes longer than the DVD version, it is cut in many places for language and violence but it contains some extra scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 01:36:05 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Blind Fury [TV Version]
This version runs around 8 minutes longer than the DVD version, it is cut for language and violence but it contains some extra scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:30:33 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Blob, The [TV Version]


Blood Bath (1966) [TV Version]
The television version of this film is called “Track of the Vampire” and restores approximately 11 minutes of footage (mostly outtakes) to the 69-minute theatrical-release version. The added footage includes an extended foot chase early in the film beween the vampire killer and one of his female victims, culminating in her death in the surf. Another addition is an impromptu and lengthy dance by leading lady Lori Saunders (here billed as Linda Saunders), performed on the beach. A third added sequence is a dialogue scene between actors William Campbell, Patrick Magee and an exotic dancer in a seaside nightclub. This sequence was lifted from the Yugoslavian thriller known as “Portrait of Terror” in its English-dubbed version; background footage from this film had already been liberally sprinkled throughout “Blood Bath”.


Blood Beach [Extended Version]
This composite version runs around the same time as the USA VHS version. It contains the German DVD version combined with some extra shots from the German VHS, a line of dialogue from the TV Version and a scene from the USA VHS. Thanks to Tranzor for creating this version.
PAL DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:26:01 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Blood Church [Workprint]
Circa 30 minute workprint of an unfinished 1990’s horror film.


Blood Hook [Extended Version]
This version runs around 18 minutes longer than the DVD version. It is taken from the Danish VHS and contains several extra scenes, together with uncut shots of gore. It does suffer from sync issues at certain points in the middle section, although I’ve tried to fix it the best I can.
PAL DVD-R, Fullscreen, Foreign Subtitles,


Blood Mania (1970) [TV Version] Details


Blood Rage [Extended Version]
This composite version runs around 7 minutes longer than the DVD version. It combines the DVD version with the uncut scenes from the VHS and there is also a compilation of alternate scenes that were not used. Thanks to Tranzor for creating this version.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A/B, 1:26:01 & 14:52 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Bloodchurch [Workprint]


Bloodline (1979) [TV Version] Details
Network TV version features 40 minutes of additional footage not included in theatrical release.


Bloody Murder 2 [Extended Version]
This version has an extended sex scene.


Blue is the warmest color [Workprint]
This version runs 6 minutes less then the DVD version and has a time code top of the screen, English/French languages


Blue Thunder [Extended Version]
This version runs around a minute longer than the DVD version and is taken from the VHS, which contains an additional scene missing from the DVD version.
PAL DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:45:14 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Blues Brothers, The [TV Version A]
2 DVD


Blues Brothers, The [TV Version B]
TNT


Bobby’s Girl [Unreleased] confirmed
Details


Body Bags [Extended Version]
This version runs a few seconds longer than the DVD version and is taken from the French DVD, which has been combined with the English soundtrack on the Unrated VHS and German DVD. It contains a few additional shots of violence. Thanks to Natron for creating this version.
PAL DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:30:27 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Body Shots [Workprint]


Bodyguard, The [TV Version]
This version runs around 8 minutes longer than the DVD version, it is cut for language and violence but it contains some extra scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 2:11:26 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Boiler Room [Workprint]
This version runs around the same time as the DVD version, it contains some extra scenes, extra shots, additional lines of dialogue and an alternate ending.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality B, 1:55:03 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Boogie Nights [Workprint]
This version runs a few minutes longer than the DVD version; it contains some extra scenes but also misses some.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Timecoded, Quality B/C, 2:32:26 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Book of the Senseless (2015) [Workprint]
There is a workprint version which has problems with aspect ratio through, slightly incorrect end credits and lacks some of the in-jokes.


Boondocks Saints 2 [Workprint]
This version has not been compared.


Booty Call [TV Version]
This version runs around 9 minutes longer than the DVD version, it is cut in places for language and sexual references but it contains some extra scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:27:55 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Bordello of Blood (1996) [TV Version]
In network TV versions all the girls in the bordello are shown wearing clothes


Born Bad [TV Version]
Details


Born in East L.A. (1987) [TV Version] Details
The television broadcast version adds at least 15 to 20 minutes of footage. In this footage, Rudy does make it across the border only to be captured by kidnappers with his friends. He is held for ransom in the house across the street from his home and is rescued by the border patrol. When he hears that Dolores will have to be sent back across the border, he marries her and makes her a citizen. That’s why the priest is behind them in the last shot of the TV versions.


Bourne Ultimatum, The [Workprint]
This version contains no alternate footage and runs exactly the same as the DVD version.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A, 01:51:54 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Brady Bunch [TV Version]
This version runs around 2 minutes longer than the DVD version, it is cut in places for language and sexual references but it contains some extra scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:27:58 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Bram Stoker’s Dracula (1992) [Workprint]
This version runs around 15 minutes longer than the DVD version; it contains many extra scenes and an alternate ending but also misses some scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B/C, 1:29:19 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Braveheart [Workprint] TO BE CONFIRMED!Rumored to be around 6 hours


Braveheart (1995) [TV Version]
This version runs around 3 minutes shorter than the DVD version and contains one extra scene; however it is cut in places for violence and language.
NTSC DVD-R, Anamorphic Widescreen, Quality A, 2:50:01 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide

When Braveheart was first shown on US Broadcast television, over two nights, a longer cut was shown – with additional footage not seen theatrically:
– In the scene where King Longshanks reads the note “Wallace has sacked York” and lifts the dismembered head out of the bucket, the American network TV version superimposes an unbroken shot of the back of the head, instead of the front as in the theatrical version.
– When Cheltam gets ready to lead the English charge at the Battle of Stirling, Lord Talmidge yells to Cheltem, “What are you waiting for? Lead them!”
– Before the Battle of York, Wallace tells his men that they will be more merciful than the English. They will spare the Women and the Children. To all else….No Mercy!
– Wallace talks at the campfire about how the graves of his father and brother were desecrated by the English.
– After the scene of Wallace in the Grove, Murron is captured and is sitting inside the Lord’s keep and he is talking with her. He says to her, “What’s your name girl? Don’t you want to tell me your name? (He sits in front of her) You’re married, you wanted to keep it a secret eh? I don’t blame him, I’d want to keep you for myself as well.”


Break [Austrian Version]
Details


Breakfast Club (1985) [TV Version]
This version runs around a minute shorter than the DVD version and contains two extra scenes not present in any other version. However, it is cut for swearing and drug use.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 1:31:37 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Brian de Nice [Workprint]
This version has not been compared.


Bride of Chucky [TV Version].
This version runs around a minute shorter than the DVD version and contains three extra scenes not present in any other version. However it is cut for violence and swearing in places. This disc also includes all the clips from “Chucky Presents” from Sci Fi Channel which has Chucky and Tiffany answering questions from fans during the commercial breaks.


Bride of Re-Animator [TV Version]


Bride of Re-Animator [Workprint]
This version runs a few minutes longer than the DVD version; it contains one extra scene and numerous extra shots.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 1:37:33 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Brooklyns Finest [Workprint]
This version contains no alternate footage and runs exactly the same as the DVD version


Bubba Ho Tep [Workprint]
This version contains no alternate footage and runs exactly the same as the DVD version.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Timecoded, Quality A, 1:31:53 — Menu and Workprint Notes


Bug’s Life, A [Workprint]
This version runs around the same time as the DVD version; it contains some slightly alternate dialogue, misses some short scenes and has incomplete animation in parts.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B/C, 1:28:56 — Menu, Workprint Notes, Deleted Scene and a selectable Workprint Guide


Bullet In The Head [Extended Version]
This version runs around 5 minutes longer than the DVD version and is taken from the Hong Kong DVD. It contains many additional shots and some extra scenes. It also contains an alternate ending as a special feature.
PAL DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A/B, 2:14:59 — Menu, Extended Version Notes, Alternate Ending and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Bulletproof Monk [Workprint]
This version contains no alternate footage and runs exactly the same as the DVD version.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A, 01:43:43 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Burbs, The [Workprint]
This version runs around 8 minutes longer than the DVD version; it contains several extra and alternate scenes and shots.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A, 1:45:56 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Bustin’ Loose (1981) [TV Version]
A few deleted scenes appeared on some TV versions, including a sequence where Joe and Marvin try to escape the warehouse, at the beginning.


C.H.U.D [TV Version]


Cabin Fever [Extended Version]
This composite version runs a few minutes longer than the DVD version and contains the extra scenes from the screener version. The footage from the screener version is noticeably lower quality.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A/B, 01:33:43 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Caddyshack [Extended Version]
Rare television extended version including more slapstick comedy


Caddyshack (1980) [TV Version]
This version runs around 3 minutes shorter than the DVD version; it contains some extra scenes but is also cut in places for swearing and sexual references.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A/B, 01:34:25 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Caesar Chavez [Workprint]
This version has not been compared.


Call, The [German Version]
Details


Candyman (1992) [Extended Version]
This version runs around the same time as the DVD version and is taken from the UK Laserdisc. It contains some additional shots of gore during the psychiatrist death scene.
PAL DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:34:49 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Candyman (1992) [Workprint]
Unrated workprints (bootlegs) of Candyman also contain a more graphic beating of Virginia Madsen’s character ‘Helen’ in the toilets by the black youths who enter into the toilet and who kick her several times on the floor while she bleeds profusely from the head wound inflicted from the blow by the hook of the main youth. This is cut in all regular prints


Captain America (1990) [Extended Version]
This version runs around 13 minutes longer than the DVD version, it is Albert Pyun’s Director’s Cut and contains several extra scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A, 1:50:52 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Captain America (1990) [TV Version] TO BE CONFIRMED!


Captain America (1990) [Workprint]
This version runs around 5 minutes longer than the video release and contains four extra scenes and some extended dialogue.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Stamped, Quality B/C, 1:45:05 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Captain Eo [Workprint]
Disney World’s Michael Jackson movie from George Lucas & Francis Coppola; excellent condition in widescreen!


Car Wash [TV Version]
This version runs around 10 minutes shorter than the DVD version, it is cut in many places for language, sexual references and drug use. It misses many scenes, including almost every scene featuring Lindy. It also contains many extra scenes, including some new characters, such as Joe played by Danny DeVito.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 01:26:33 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Car, The (1977) [TV Version]
This version runs around 30 seconds longer than the DVD version, it is cut in many places for language and violence but it contains some extra scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 01:36:26 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide

The ABC edited for TV version of this film includes some additional scenes to pad out the movie due to needed commercial breaks. The aforementioned additional scenes were during the cemetery standoff between the school band and the Car. The part where Lauren is insulting and taunting the Car is longer and there is a short dialog between her and her friend Margie planning on how one of them will run out and escape to call for help. These are not on the official 1999 DVD/VHS release. The ABC TV version of this film was heavily edited for violent content. In particular, the scene where the Car goes into a barrel roll over the two oncoming police cars was totally removed, leaving the first time viewer with a major continuity problem. Other parts removed included the quick scene where the hitchhiker is shown being thrown through the air after being hit by the Car and later on, the Car blasting through the front window of the house is slightly altered.


Carrie [TV Version A]
ABC Premiere


Carrie [TV Version B]
TNT


Casino [TV Version]. TO BE CONFIRMED!SKY Movies Version


Casino [Workprint] confirmed


Casper [Workprint]
This version runs around 2 minutes longer than the DVD version and contains some extra scenes, shots and some changes to the order of scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality B, 1:37:5 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Cass [Workprint]
This version contains no alternate footage and misses a short shot.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:49:46 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Cat in the Hat, The (2003) [TV Version]
This version runs around 6 minutes longer than the DVD version, it is cut in places for language but features several extra scenes, some of which appear on the DVD as deleted scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:22:51 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide

In the TV version, there are some scenes that represent alternate takes of scenes present in the theatrical/video version. This includes but is not limited to the couch scene, a portion of the Kupkake-inator scene and several omitted pop culture references.


Cat O Nine Tails [Extended Version]
This composite version runs around 2 minutes longer than the DVD version. It contains the DVD version combined with the additional scenes from the German Integral Version. The extra scenes are in German with English subtitles, which have been specially made for this DVD.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A, 1:53:53 — Menu and Extended Version Notes


Cat People (1982) [TV Version]
Syndicated TV version has a couple additional scenes AND an altered ending. The alternate ending occurs when Oliver corners the panther that was Irena on the bridge. In the theatrical version the Irena panther jumps off the bridge and escapes. The panther kills a friend of Oliver’s to become human again and hides out in Oliver’s shack. Oliver finds Irena there and they both agree to make love one last time (knowing that she’ll become a panther again). The last scene in the movie has Oliver petting and feeding the Irena panther in a cage at the zoo. In the syndicated TV version it ends at the bridge when Oliver shoot’s the Irena panther with a knock out dart and then cuts to the scene when he feeds and pets the Irena panther at the zoo. This eliminated the need to edit down the steamy last lovemaking scene. Another additional scene in the syndicated version has Irena accidently scaring a bird in a cage to death just by her presence. Syndicated TV version also features brief shots of the animatronic leopards that were ultimately cut from the theatrical release. In the theatrical version, the song “Sunday Kind of Love” by Ella Fitzgerald plays in the background during a dinner scene. In the syndicated television version, the song “Faraway Places” by Bing Crosby plays.


Cat People, The [TV Version]
This version runs around 25 minutes shorter than the DVD version, it is cut for language, violence and sexual references but contains some extra scenes not present in any other version.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:33:15 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Catchfire (aka Backtrack) [Director’s Cut]
This version runs around 17 minutes longer than the DVD Version, it contains many alternate scenes and shots, some additional scenes and it also misses some scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A/B, 1:55:35 — Menu, Director’s Cut Notes and a selectable Director’s Cut Guide


CB4 (1993) [TV Version]
This version runs around the same time as the DVD version, it is cut in places for language, violence and sexual references but it contains some extra scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:27:58 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide

FX Network TV version includes one additional scene showing the real M.C. Gusto breaking out of jail; in this scene you see M.C. Gusto and a white inmate in a golf course and the white guy says dumb comments and subsequently gets knocked out.


Center Stage [Workprint]
Letterboxed and timecoded workprint.


Charlie Bartlett [Workprint]
This version contains no alternate footage and runs exactly the same as the DVD version. has time code at the right bottom of the screen


Charlie’s Family [Workprint Version A]
This version runs around 22 minutes shorter than the DVD version; it contains only the original footage that was shot is 1988 and was sent out to potential investors. It misses many scenes that were shot at a later date and cuts off before the ending, as they did not have enough money to finish the movie. For this reason it was not possible to complete a Workprint Guide.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B/C, 1:08:24 — Menu and Workprint Notes


Charlie’s Family [Workprint Version B]
This version runs around 4 minutes longer than the DVD version; it contains many alternate and additional shots and lines of dialogue. It also misses some shots and shows many in a different order.
PAL DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 1:32:00 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Chasing Amy [Workprint]
This version runs around the same as the DVD version; it contains an alternate soundtrack in places, an additional shot and a short additional scene.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality B/C, 1:50:18 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Chato’s Land [German Version]
Details


Cheech and Chongs Next Movie [TV Version]
With Diamonds instead of weed


Cheech and Chongs Up In Smoke [Extended Version]


Child’s Play [TV Version]


Child’s Play [Workprint] confirmed


Child’s Play 2 [Composite Version]
TV Version/DVD composite


Child’s Play 2 [Extended Version]
This composite version runs around 5 minutes longer than the DVD version; it contains some of the scenes from the TV Version and an alternate ending. This is not the version that suffers from Macrovision colour faults, it is a new version made by myself using the DVD and TV scenes. Whilst it contains most of the TV Version scenes, there are a few missing.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A, 01:30:45 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Child’s Play 2 [TV Version A]
This version runs around 4 minutes longer than the DVD version and contains several extra scenes and an alternate ending. It is cut for violence and swearing and also misses several scenes. This disc also includes all the clips from “Chucky Presents” from Sci Fi Channel, which has Chucky and Tiffany answering questions from fans during the commercial breaks.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A/B, 1:25:12 (Film) + 04:33 (Chucky Presents) — Menu, TV Version Notes, Clips from Chucky Presents and a selectable TV Version Guide


Child’s Play 2 [TV Version B]
This version runs around 8 minutes longer than the DVD version and contains several extra scenes and an alternate ending. It is cut for violence and swearing but it does not miss scenes like Version A. It contains one additional scene not present in Version A but the quality is much lower than Version A.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality C, 1:31:31 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Child’s Play 3 [TV Version A]
This version runs around 2 minutes longer than the DVD version, it is cut in places for language and violence but it contains some extra scenes not present in any other version.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 1:29:27 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Child’s Play 3 [TV Version B]
Sci Fi Channel


Child’s Play 3 [TV Version C]
US TV version


Child’s Play 4 (aka Bride Of Chucky) [TV Version]
This version runs around a minute shorter than the DVD version and contains three extra scenes not present in any other version. However it is cut for violence and swearing in places. This disc also includes all the clips from “Chucky Presents” from Sci Fi Channel which has Chucky and Tiffany answering questions from fans during the commercial breaks.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:25:10 (Film) + 04:25 (Chucky Presents) — Menu, TV Version Notes, Clips from Chucky Presents and a selectable TV Version Guide


Children of the Corn (1987) [TV Version] Details
Original Director’s Cut ITV Broadcast


Children of the Corn 2 [Workprint]
This version runs around 11 minutes longer than the DVD version and contains some deleted and alternate scenes, and more gore. and extra dialogue. It does also miss some scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 1:35:51 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Chiller [TV Version].
This version runs around 7 minutes longer than the DVD version and it contains some additional scenes and shots.


Chiller (1985) [TV Version]
This version runs around 7 minutes longer than the DVD version and it contains some additional scenes and shots.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 1:34:25 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Chopping Mall [TV Version] Details
Not Dr. Cadaver Hosts Version


Christine [TV Version].
This version runs about 9 minutes shorter but has a few alt. shots.


Citizen Toxie [Workprint]
This version runs around 3 minutes longer than the DVD version; it contains some extra scenes, an alternate ending, extra shots and alternate dialogue. It also contains an alternate soundtrack and incomplete special effects.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 1:47:26 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


City By The Sea [Workprint]


City Slickers [TV Version]


Class of Nukem High [Extended Version]
This version is taken from the Japanese DVD and runs 13 minutes longer than the DVD version. It contains several extra scenes and shots.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 01:36:09 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Class of Nukem High [TV Version A] Details


Class of Nukum High [TV Version B]


Class of Nukum high [TV Version C]


Clerks On Location [Special Edition]


Cliffhanger (1993) [Workprint]
This version runs around 20 minutes longer than the DVD version, is uncut and contains many extra scenes, including the two deleted scenes found on the DVD.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Timecoded, Quality D, 2:09:33 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Clifford [TV Version]
This version runs around 2 minutes shorter than the DVD version, it is cut in places for language and misses some scenes but it contains several extra scenes not present in any other version.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:24:44 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977) [Extended Version]
This composite version runs around 25 minutes longer than the Special Edition; it contains all scenes from the Original Version, the Special Edition, the Director’s Cut and the deleted scenes. Thanks for ADigitalMan for creating this version.
NTSC DVD-R, Anamorphic Widescreen, Quality A/B, 2:43:50 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977) [TV Version]
This version runs around 7 minutes longer than the Original Version, it contains the majority of scenes from the Original version and Special Edition, however it is still missing some scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 2:21:36 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977) [TV Version]
An ABC television version aired that ran 143 minutes. It incorporated all the scenes from the O.V. as well as all the new scenes from the S.E. This version has never been released to video.


Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977) [TV Version]
Original 143 minute tv broadcast


Cobra (1986) [TV Version]
This version runs around 4 minutes longer than the DVD version, it is cut in places for language and violence but it contains several extra scenes not present in any other version.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:29:52 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide

In early 1990’s,different version of Cobra was broadcasted on TV. Here is the list of differences between normal version and TV edit: 1.Opening hostage scene: Alternate shot when gang member shoots with his shotgun. He shoots 2 times on fruits,but in TV cut one of these is close up shot of fruits exploding. Alternate dialogue. TV Cut – “You lookin at the brave hunter!” DVD Uncut – “You lookin at the fuckin hunter!” Close up of knife in gang members belly is cut. Line “Don’t listen to this asshole” from Gonzalez is cut. 2.Cobra arrives home: Extra few seconds dialogue scene during the Cobra’s argument with low rider.Cobra turns around and says something like: “Don’t dirt America,keep it clean.” Cobra talks briefly with old janitor: “How you doin’? You’re doing really good job here”,then crosses woman coming down the stairs with her dog,checks his mailbox and goes to his apartment. Song “Suave” is playing longer in this extended scene. 3. Aftermath of first murder: Extra scene after the first Nightslasher murder in which young Asian kid brings box in police station. Cop tell the kid to stay inside and go pick himself one of the toys from the box on the other side of the room. While kid is checking the toys,cop takes the box and sees blood dripping from bottom.Then he receives a phone call in which Nightslasher says something like: “Her hands are with you, but her soul is in the new world”. Cop tells some other cop to trace the call and scene cuts to the regular autopsy scene. 4. Gang during the day: After Cobra shoots paper target,extra scene is shown. Nightslasher is at his day job cutting fish in some factory,sniper guy is working is some garage and there is a shot of him loking at electric wires. In police precinct where Cobra shoot the target,sideview of some police officers hands and forearms is shown while they are shooting paper targets. One of them is shown with gang’s tattoo,skull with axes,on his forearm. Couple shots of gang performing their “axes and hammers” ritual are also shown. Music during these scenes is the same one that was used for opening credits. 5. Ingrid in the studio/Parking lot attack In the photo studio Ingrid is asked to go to a party,but she refuses. Rashe the photographer talks with her a bit,and Ingrid requires security guard presence to go with her to her car,cause she feels nervous. Death scene of guy with the glasses is cut. Death scene of security guard is cut. He is not shown getting hit by the van. 6. Slasher’s place/Hospital Shot of Nightslasher cutting his finger is cut. Alternate dialogue. TV Cut – “Friggin liar” DVD uncut – “Fucking liar” 7. Attack on Cobra: Extended version of apartment attack. Sniper arrives in the car,guy on the street looks at Cobra’s place and puts his mask on. 2 shots of 2 guys climbing up the stairs armed with axes are shown. They continue to climb and then cut the light while sniper is looking from his car. Later when he sees one of the guys shot by Cobra falling down,sniper starts the car and escapes. Some violence and blood are cut during the fight between Cobra and gang members. 8. Hospital attack: Shot of Slasher walking across the hallway with blood on his glove holding the knife is cut. Alternate shot of Cobra’s arrival. Close up of Slasher’s bloody glove is cut. 9.After the attacks: Alternate dialogue: TV cut – “Damn” DVD Uncut – “Goddamn” Line “Enough of this bullshit” from one of the cops is cut,instead he talks longer with Cobra. 10. After the chase: Extended scene where Cobra says that there is leak in the police,bald cop asks him a question. 11. “Feel The Heat”: Extended dialogue between Cobra and Ingrid during the drive where he says that he never left California,and after some more dialogue,Cobra says some joke about football that ends with line “Have you seen my legs?” In restaurant,Gonzalet asks Stalk will she sexually assault him afterwards. After Cobra and Ingrid start to kiss,there is extra shot showing some old guy watching the motel from his house across the street and pulling the curtain. 12. Town attack: Extra scene where old guy is watching “DIAL M FOR MURDER” on TV. Some wires are shown being cut. Woman is washing dishes in a kitchen. Sniper is shown behind the window. Somebody catches women’s hair from behind. Shots of old man watching TV and smoking pipe are shown,woman’s shadow is shown while she is killed and the killer shadow,considering the haircut,implies that killer is Nightslasher. Sniper breaks window with axe,old guy is strangled quickly,his pipe falls down to the ground, close up shot of a parrot getting nervous is shown,and then zoom on sniper face. 13. Final showdown: Death scene of sniper is cut. Shots of him burning alive are cut. Nightslasher’s death scene is cut. He is only shown impaled for a few seconds,but the parts of him hanging on hook,screaming,going into fire and getting burned are cut. Extra scene after the shootout.Cobra and Ingrid are walking out of the factory when three cops show up and point shotguns at them.Cobra then says: “You guys missed the hell of a party.” He also tells them that he is a cop,and when one of the other cops says that he wants answers now,Cobra says something else and then leaves.


Cobra (1986) [Workprint]
There is uncut,about 2 hour long work print of Cobra. This work print contains many scenes not shown in any other versions. Almost all deaths scenes are longer and much more gorier,some characters have more dialogue or character development scenes(Ingrid’s photographer friend,Cobra’s partner Gonzalez,detective Monte and some others),action scenes are much longer with more violence and deaths (hospital attack and attack on Cobra’s place,car chase,pick-up truck chase and final shootout) some parts of the movie have different music than the one heard in DVD versions.


Cocktail (1988) [TV Version]
Some TV versions have some alternate takes of some scenes with no harsh language, such as the scene when Brian and Doug have their bar fight.


Cohen & Tate [Extended Version]
This version runs around a minute longer than the DVD version, it combines the DVD version with two uncut sequences from the workprint. Thanks to bcountyjr for creating this version.
PAL DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A, 1:26:39 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Cold Case Shattered [Workprint]
This version contains no alternate footage and runs exactly the same as the DVD version.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 45:40 — Menu and Workprint Notes


Colors [Extended Version]
This version runs around 7 minutes longer than the DVD version and contains some extra scenes. It was released on VHS in the USA.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 02:06:55 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Con Air [Workprint] TO BE CONFIRMED!
Letterboxed workprint with deleted scenes.


Con Air (1997) [TV Version]
The TV version contains added dialogue between John Cusack and Ginny, the female officer in the hangar. The TV version also includes a scene during the opening credits where Nicolas Cage is in prison writing letters to his daughter. It shows a prison riot, and Cage’s diabetic friend saves him from the burning cell. The theatrical version only shows a quick shot of mattresses and such on fire in the prison hallway.


Conan the Barbarian [TV Version]


Conan the Destroyer [TV Version]


Conan The Destroyer [Uncut Version]
Uncut International Version with alternate credits and a few other surprises.


Concorde… Airport ’79, The (1979) [TV Version]
‘José Ferrer’ appears in the footage added to the film when it was shown on ABC-TV. He does not appear in the theatrical release. In deleted scenes shown in the television version, Brian Morrison appears again for the third time as Joseph Patroni, Jr, having previously been seen as Joe Jr. in deleted scenes in the television version of Airport ’77, as well as being seen on-screen as Joe Jr. in the theatrical version of Airport 1975. Jessica Walter is also seen in a deleted flashback scene as Helen Patroni. SPOILER: There are two versions of the scene where Kevin Harrison committs suicide. The first, which is the theatrical version, has Harrison, on his private plane, after seeing that Maggie is still alive after the Concorde crashes in the mountains, shooting himself. The alternate scene, which airs on the network television version, which airs a further nineteen minutes of footage discarded from the theatrical version, has him shooting himself in a crowd of reporters while being asked about the Concorde incident. When this film was re-edited for showing on the ABC network in 1982, nearly 20 minutes of additional footage was added, most of it specially shot more than two years after the original film completed production.


Coneheads (1993) [TV Version]
This version runs around 7 minutes longer than the DVD version, it is cut for violence but contains some extra scenes not present in any other version.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:29:58 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide

Several scenes added for Network Television for time. A cable-TV version includes a scene with Beldar and Primat chatting with friends shortly after their return to Remulac.


Convoy [Extended Version]
This version runs around 3 minutes longer than the DVD version, it is taken from the German DVD and contains an additional scene.
PAL DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A, 1:46:07 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Copland [Workprint]
This version runs around 5 minutes longer than the DVD version but contains many extra scenes and lines of dialogue. It also misses some major scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 1:44:03 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Corruptor [Workprint] confirmed


Cougars Inc. (aka Mother’s Little Helpers) [Workprint]
This version has not been compared, however it has an alt. title (Mother’s Little Helpers) and misses the end credits.


Crash (1996) [Workprint]
Workprint with 10 minutes of deleted scenes that didn’t make the R-rated cut.


Creep [German Version]
Details


Creepshow (1982) [Workprint]
This version runs around 11-12 minutes longer than the DVD version and contains twenty seven alternate and extended scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 2:09:53 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Crimewave [Workprint]
Raimi-Campbell cult comedy; theatrical release version, great condition


Critical Condition (1987) [TV Version]
A slightly different intro was filmed for the TV version. In the original theatrical release, Richard Pryor is seen meeting the loan shark in a sex shop. But the TV version has the meeting in an old warehouse. In addition, the TV version tones down some of Richard Pryor’s language, and has a slightly different end credits sequence showing the main characters as there names are displayed in the credits list. The theatrical version just had standard titles over a black background.


Critters [TV Version]


Critters 2 (1988) [TV Version]
This version runs around 6 minutes longer than the DVD version and contains some additional scenes. It is also cut in places for language and sexual references.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B/C, 1:31:14 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide

The Syndicated Television version features scenes that were never before shown in the theatrical version and some extended scenes with a few alternate scenes as well. The scenes are based on the screenplay even in the first 2 drafts.
– After the opening sequence, during the bus-driver scene where Brad is on his way to Grover’s Bend from the big city to visit her, the bus driver describes the critters as smurfs and what they do.
– When Megan picked up Brad after an attempt fight with Wesley, Brad explains to Meg that he could had hurt him pretty bad. Megan doesn’t think so, yet Brad does know about karate as he explains a bit more.
– Once Quigley left the store for a bit when Nana did business buying some eggs, the leftover eggs by the heater hatch as baby critters are out as we see from the POV when Chili dog is sniffing it. He barks at it, then cuts to the store sign with the dog yelping.
– The ladies at the church are helping out putting easter eggs by the yard of the church, then when the ladies with Nana are done she exclaims “what a beautiful day”. Cindy is secretly carrying an easter basket as she was hidden as shes hunt for a small bit of eggs before the services to cheat kind of. However, a baby critter has hatched and is searching around from POV.
– During the Easter morning church scene, after that “resurrect your church going habits” scene Wesley the punk drives then stops in front of the church to attend just to see Megan. He picks out flowers from the garden in front of the church, he goes in to give them to her during services as he sits down to enjoy the sermon with her but her father doesn’t want his arm around her.
– Alternate/deleted scene of the famous Lee scene as our bounty hunter heroes arrive in the fields as Charlie finds the playboy magazine, Ug and his faceless partner Lee sees what Charlie is reading. Ug ask Lee to transform as he/she/it does just that, as Charlie pleads not to have Lee change into him as he uses magazine to defend, Lee transforms into the beautiful blonde playboy centerfold. Ug looks at Lee all surprised, Lee has eyes open as “she” feels face then “her” body with a surprise look on her face with jaw dropped. Charlie is smiling at her, holding the playboy centerfold with staple shining in the sun then Charlie stares at her like he is in love. Lee pulls out the staple and confirms “body fit” as Lee wanted a female form this whole time. Charlie agrees saying “body fit alright” as he smiles implying he has a crush on her the whole time in this movie in the centerfold form, then Lee says a more feminine softer less tough-sounding “Kill Krites” yet walks away with clothes/cape on instead of being nude, Charlie says “Hey guys, wait up”.
– When everyone gathers in town in try to stop the critters, Wesley and Brad stop to a gas station to fill tanks with gasoline as they look at each other to forgive about the bad things they did.
– Finally for the finale, as morning has come with everyone repairing the town Brad and Megan are talking to each other about him going back to the big city and she wonders if he has a girlfriend. Including talk on the next time he’ll visit Grover’s Bend.


Critters 3 [TV Version].


Crocodile Dundee [Extended Version]
This version runs around 7 minutes longer than the normal version and is taken from the Australian DVD; it contains some extra scenes, shots and alternate dialogue.
PAL DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A, 01:40:19 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Crow, The [in store Experience]


Crow, The [Workprint Version A]
This version runs around 15 minutes longer than the DVD version; it has some extra scenes and many different shots and dialogue.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Stamped, Quality C/D, 2:01:59 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Crow, The [Workprint Version B]
This version runs around 9 minutes longer than the DVD version; it has some extra scenes, many extra and alternate shots and lots of additional dialogue. It also misses some scenes and shots.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality B, 1:42:21 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Crow, The [Workprint Version C]
Differences unknown.


Crow: City of Angels, The (1996) [TV Version] The following scenes were in the original 160 minutes long workprint version of the film, but were cut from the theatrical version by Miramax in order to make The Crow: City of Angels more like The Crow:
– Sarah had a longer voice over in the beginning of the film.
– While he is underwater Ashe remembers reading stories to Danny
– The crow “lifts” (resurrects) Ashe.
– After Sarah takes him to her loft and he wakes up, Ashe does not believe he is dead so Sarah takes the kitchen knife and stabs him with it. Scared Ashe than runs away as in theatrical version.
– Ashe’s last name (Corven) is clearly revealed as he runs back to his garage after his resurrection. The garage reads “Corven’s Body Shop”.
– When Ashe is going after Spidermonkey at the Trinity Drug Plant, he takes Spidermonkey’s gun and says, “Don’t try this at home, kids!”, shoots himself in the head and falls on ground. Then as Spidermonkey approaches, Ashe gets up, scaring Spidermonkey.
– When Ashe destroys the Trinity Drug Plant, some thugs come to pick a fight with him. Ashe tells one of them that if he (the thug) has a gun he should shoot him (Ashe). The thug hesitates, and Ashe takes his gun, scaring the thugs and forcing them to flee.
– After killing Nemo, Ashe confronts Holly Daze, the stripper who was talking to Nemo at Live Girl building. Ashe grabs her and looks into her eyes. He tells her that she should value what’s left of her soul and to never come back “here” again.
– In original version, when Ashe builds Danny’s grave he does not burn his painting.
– Originally, there was more dialogue and love scenes between Ashe and Sarah.
– In original version Kali’s and Curve’s deaths happened the other way around.
– In the scene where Ashe is being shot by thugs at bar while Curve escapes, Ashe grabs the shotgun he took earlier when he killed Nemo and kills the thugs.
– Ashe/Curve motorcycle chase scene was longer.
– When Curve screams “You think I’m afraid of you?!” he pees his pants because he is afraid of Ashe.
– When Ashe blows up Curve’s motorcycle with his shotgun, Curve is on the ground with his crotch on fire. Glimpse of this scene is still visible in theatrical version when Curve hits the ground.
– After dragging the injured Curve into the water, Ashe steals Curves gun and puts it into his coat. It’s hard to see in theatrical version, but once Curve starts floating away his gun disappears from his pants.
– The Twins and Kali shoot at Sarah’s apartment door features then trash Sarah’s apartment and destroy her paintings.
– Theatrical version of fight scene between Kali and Ashe was part of the re-shoots by Miramax studio. Original fight scene between them was longer. Kali uses a 2×4 and a sword. When Kali tries to slice Ashe with her sword, Ashe dodges and breaks Kali’s arm. Ashe was also ‘psychotic’ in this scene, especially as he recites the ‘Shh…hush little baby..’ dialogue.
– When Kali is thrown out of the window, a shadow of a giant crow morphing into Ashe is visible showing that the Crow and Ashe are one.
– Kali’s death is different. She is still alive, though crippled and unable to move, cause her back were broken after being thrown out of the window, and she is seen crawling along the ground. Dialogue between her and Ashe was also deleted. Ashe comes out of nowhere and Kali begs him to kill her because she is in pain. Ashe refuses and smiles as he stands over her, telling her that he has already sent her to Hell. While he leaves, some thugs come and rape Kali to death.
– Judah reveals his motivations in wanting the crow’s power, he tells Sarah when he has captured her about himself falling in icy water, drowning and nearly dying when he was younger and visiting hell before he was revived, which he enjoyed, leading to his obsession with the occult and becoming the way that he is.
– At the Day of the Dead festival, two more characters called Louis and Amede are shown.
– When Ashe is climbing Judah’s headquarters, The Twins follow him. One falls off the building and ends up decapitated.
– When the ghost of Danny is at the Day of the Dead festival, instead of Danny saying to Ashe “If you give up now, we won’t be together.” He says instead, “It is time to go now,” and Ashe refuses, saying he has to save Sarah. By doing so, he gives up his chance to return to Heaven, cursing himself to live on earth for eternity (since he is already dead and hence can’t die). Danny disappears, Ashe looks for him in the crowd and turns a drunk guy around, believing it was Danny.
– More dialogue between Ashe and Judah during their fight.
– Ashe pulls out Curve’s gun which he took from him earlier and unloads it into Judah’s chest. It has no effect. Ashe tries to punch Judah, but Judah crushes his hand.
– During the fight scene, Danny’s painting falls from Ashes coat and Judah rips it up.
– In original version, Sarah and Ashe talk to each other just before Sarah dies. Ashe says he stayed on earth for her. Sarah gives Ashe her ring and tells him that “If two people really love each other, nothing can keep them apart.. nothing.” Ashe cries. Sarah tells him that she’ll wait for him, “Forever if i have to.”
– Ashe destroys Sarah’s apartment so that he does not remember her anymore.
– Ending was very different than the one which was re-shot for theatrical version. Scene where Ashe carries dead Sarah to the church was longer. It also featured Ashe wearing Sarah’s ring like Brandon Lee’s character Eric did in the first movie. When he sits down, he is looking at Sarah’s ring. The word “Forever” is inscribed inside of it. The priest from earlier in the film enters the church and, knowing that Ashe is walking dead, asks why he is “still here”. Ashe replies that he has no where to go. Priest then asks Ashe, “What will you do now, my son?”, slightly angered Ashe replies (since he is cursed to walk the earth for eternity) “There are already many shadows in this city.. one more won’t make a difference.”


Cruel Intentions [Workprint]
This version runs around the same time as the DVD version, it contains some extra shots and dialogue and also a slightly alternate ending. It also misses some scenes, shots and dialogue.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Studio Stamp, Quality C, 1:33:48 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Crush, The (1993) [TV Version]
TV versions feature additional footage: Darian spying on Nick through a wooden gate; Darian getting a ride from Nick to practice while all the other girls stare at her; Nick talks briefly to Amy about the babysitter Amy says “What could she know?” and for him to call her with any information; Darian calls Nick at 2:30 in the morning and says “Am I your first call?”; Nick scares Amy who is taking a shower; Nick’s boss yelling at him in a bathroom about his fight with Darian; and Nick in a limo going to see Levansky; Amy and Nick chatting and her saying “Have you ever heard the expression Don’t kneed your meat where you lay your bread?”; extra few seconds of Nick helping Cliff get the boxes up to the attic; Nick calling Levansky’s babysitter; Nick watching The Forrester family getting their possessions from the house; a foggy bathroom mirror. TNT’s televised version of the film aired scenes that do not appear in the DVD and VHS versions. Another scene in the TV version features Nick waiting by the Forrester home as they are packing their things and taking Adrian away to the country. Like the scene when Nick got arrested, Adrian looks up at him and almost smiles. In the television-edited version of “The Crush”, Alicia Silverstone’s character’s name was “Adrian” instead of “Darian”. Through the entire movie, any mention of her name was dubbed to be “Adrian” at the request of the real Darian’s family, on whose story the original screenplay was based.


Crush, The (1993) [Workprint]
Widescreen; original theatrical version, before the whole film was re-dubbed after the lawsuit over the lead character’s name


Cry-Baby [TV Version]
This version runs around 11 minutes longer than the DVD version and contains some additional scenes. It is also cut in places for language and sexual references.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:32:18 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Crying Freeman [Uncut Version]
Uncut international version, 103 mins


Crying Freeman [Workprint]
This version contains no alternate footage and runs exactly the same as the DVD version.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 1:41:28 — Menu and Workprint Notes


Cube 2 Hypercube [Workprint]
This version contains no alternate footage and runs exactly the same as the DVD version.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:30:46 — Menu and Workprint Notes


Cujo [Alternate Version]
This version runs around 2 minutes shorter than the DVD version. It misses some scenes and also changes the order of some, however it does contain two new scenes and a new shot.
PAL DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:26:42 — Menu, Alternate Version Notes and a selectable Alternate Version Guide


Cyborg [Workprint]
This version runs around a minute shorter than the DVD version and is a very different version. It is the unofficial Director’s Cut that was released by Albert Pyun. It contains many alternate shots, extra scenes, changes to the plot, changes to the order of scenes, an alternate ending and it also misses some scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B/C, 1:22:04 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


D-Tox (aka Eye See You) [Workprint]
This version contains no alternate footage and misses some scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Foreign Subtitles, Quality B, 1:25:28 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Daddy’s Deadly Darling [Extended Version]
This version has the uncensored opening that was removed from the DVD.


Dale n Tucker VS Evil [Workprint]


Damnation Alley [TV Version]


Daredevil [Workprint]
This version contains no alternate footage and runs exactly the same as the DVD version.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Timecoded, Quality A, 1:41:27 — Menu and Workprint Notes


Dark City [Workprint]
This version contains no alternate footage and runs exactly the same as the DVD version.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Timecoded, Quality B, 1:34:20 — Menu and Workprint Notes


Dark Crystal, The [Workprint]
This version runs around 13 minutes longer than the DVD version; it is shown in black & white and contains some extra scenes and shots. It also contains a lot of alternate off screen dialogue and the Skeksis do not speak English.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality C/D, 1:40:57 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Dark Day Express [Screener ]
To my knowledge this Watermarked screener is the only way to view this film.


Dark Half, The [Workprint]
This version runs around 6 minutes longer than the DVD version; it contains extra scenes and an alternate ending.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Timecoded, Quality B, 1:57:05 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Darkman II: The Return of Durant (1995) [TV Version] Details
The differences as shown in the elongated TV version [indicated from a 1999 November showing on the Sci-Fi channel] are:
– Darkman (Arnold Vosloo) is introduced in the film immediately before the car chase; watching it from above. He then slides down a rope in front of a neon-lit sign. In a series of crosscutting, the car chase ensues as Darkman runs on rooftops. In the DVD/VHS version, Darkman is not introduced until after the car chase ends when the character Steve is shot; followed by a woman’s scream. The shot of Darkman swinging down is never featured. The crosscutting of Darkman running only occurs as a gunman flees from the car wrecks. The TV version also features a shot of the policemen apprehending the immobilized gunman after Darkman’s remark: “Thanks for the donation.” This single shot is absent from the DVD/VHS.
– After the scene where Peyton Westlake and Dr. David Brinkman (Jesse Collins) agree to be partners, Brinkman is seen waving off to a jetting Westlake replying solemnly, “Partners…” Directly afterward, a wide establishing tracking shot of Westlake’s lab is featured. It then cuts to a medium shot of Westlake silently switching on a remote control. A radio is heard during these two shots reporting the weather. In the DVD/VHS version, none of this included. As Westlake jets out of Brinkman’s lab, it cuts directly to a shot of Westlake’s remote camera running across the floor with Westlake already at the controls.
– Westlake, once again in his lab, becomes enraged after reminiscing about what Dr. David Brinkman said to him before his murder. He screams savagely knocking objects off his desk, and then proceeds to run around his lab destroying additional objects. He is then interrupted by the TV’s broadcast stating the name, “Robert Durant…” which features the character Jill Randall (Kim Delaney) and her live report. This then gives the motivation for Westlake to meet her. In the DVD/VHS version, this bit where he is interrupted by the TV is missing.
– When Westlake is confronted by Jill at the post office, the scene ends with a shot of her walking out the door and him in a close up holding up his scarred hands and then putting them to his face. This shot is missing in the DVD/VHS version.
– Before the scene where the character Eddie (David Ferry) is knocked out in the bathroom, a medium shot on a street corner shows Eddie stopping to look at his watch, and then him proceeding across the street with a silver briefcase. The shot eventually tilts up to reveal a large office building. In the DVD/VHS version, an exterior shot at the same street corner features the building, but no Eddie at all. It is a different shot because the traffic is not the same.
– When Darkman salutes Jill’s photo seen on a TV in a store window, a shot shows him walk off with his cart further down to darker parts of the street as Randy Miller’s musical score intensifies. The narration starts as the shot dissolves to a silhouette of Darkman looking out towards the city. In the DVD/VHS version, the narration starts at the shot of Darkman saluting, which then dissolves directly to the silhouette.
– NOTE: Ordinarily, the intensely violent moments of the film are also removed to fit TV standards [depending on what that particular network allows]. There are two different cuts of this film. The elongated version shown only on TV (usually Sci-Fi Channel) features added footage and a different order of shots than the version released currently on U.S. VHS and DVD.


Darkman II: The Return of Durant (1995) [Workprint]
This version contains no alternate footage and runs exactly the same as the DVD version; the only difference is the title screen is alternate.
PAL DVD-R, Fullscreen, Timecoded, Quality B, 1:32:14 — Menu and Workprint Notes


Darkness Falls [TV Version]
This version runs around 8 minutes longer than the DVD version, it is cut in places for language and violence but it contains several extra scenes not present in any other version.
NTSC DVD-R, Anamorphic Widescreen, Quality A, 1:27:53 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Darkness Falls [Workprint]
This version contains no alternate footage and runs exactly the same as the DVD version.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 1:16:42 — Menu and Workprint Notes


Daughter of Dr. Jekyll [TV Version]
This version runs around 3 minutes longer than the DVD version, it contains some introductory text and two longer scenes, including some footage that was taken from Frankenstein 1970.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 1:13:42 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Dawn of the Dead [Uncut Version]
German 156 minute version


Dawn of the Dead [Extended Version]
This fan made composite version runs around 15 minutes longer than the Director’s Cut and contains all known scenes from the Director’s Cut, Theatrical Cut and European Cut. Thanks to OfficiallyUnofficial for creating this version.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A, 2:34:43 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Dawn of the Dead [Japanese Version]
This is a camcorder recording of the Japanese cinema version of Dawn of the Dead and contains the infamous explosion in space explained opening scene. The film is in English with hard coded Japanese subtitles.


Dawn of the Dead [TV Version].
Japanese TV Version


Dawn of the Dead (1978) [Uncut Version]
Uncut 139 min version


Day After Tomorrow, The [Workprint] confirmed


Day After, The [TV Version]
The original nuclear war television broadcast with alternate dialog; broadcast with no commercial interuptions


Day After, The [Workprint]
This version runs around 49 minutes longer than the DVD version. It contains many extra scenes, shots and lines of dialogue but. It also has many scenes shown in a different order and some unfinished special effects.
NTSC DVD+R DL, Fullscreen, Quality B, 2:52:08 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Worprint Guide


Day Of The Dead [TV Version]
This Sci Fi Channel version contains no alternate footage and extremely cut for violence and swearing.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:27:30 — Menu and Sci Fi Channel Notes


Dazed And Confused [Workprint]
Workprint version which includes over 20 minutes of deleted and alternate scenes.


Dazed and Confused (1993) [Workprint]
This version runs around 10 minutes longer than the DVD version and contains deleted scenes and extended conversations.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality B, 1:52:43 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Dead Heat (1988) [Extended Version]
This composite version runs around 5 minutes longer than the DVD version and contains all the extra scenes from the Norwegian TV Version combined with the DVD version. Thanks to Tranzor for creating this version.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A/B, 1:29:25 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Dead Heat (1988) [TV Version]
TV versions have additional scenes that were cut out of the original release. Included: The Mausoleom part is longer (and includes an appearance by Dick Miller), Mortis having a nightmare about his Death Day Party (with Piscopo in Zomibiefied makeup). These scenes and more are included on the 2004 DVD release (in rough but watchable quality).


Dead Men Don’t Wear Plaid [TV Version]
This version runs around 6 minutes longer than the DVD version, it is cut for language and sexual references but contains some extra scenes not present in any other version.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:33:44 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Dead Poets Society (1989) [Extended Version]
This version runs around 14 minutes longer than the DVD version and is taken from the US Laserdisc. It contains several extra scenes not present in the DVD Version.
NTSC DVD+R DL, Anamorphic Widescreen, Quality A, 2:22:16 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide

TV version shown on USA Network (and released on laserdisc) includes 14 minutes of extra footage not included in the original theatrical release.


Deadlier Than The Male [Extended Version]
This version runs around 10 minutes longer than the DVD version and is a combination of the standard version and the TV Version. It contains some extra scenes but it also misses a few lines of dialogue.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality C, 1:46:55 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Death Machine [Extended Version]
This version runs around 6 minutes longer than the DVD version and is taken from the German DVD. It contains some extra and longer shots, additional dialogue and some extra scenes.
PAL DVD+R DL, Anamorphic Widescreen, Quality A, 1:57:07 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Death Race [Workprint]
This version contains no alternate footage and runs exactly the same as the DVD version.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A, 1:44:45 — Menu and Workprint Notes


Death Valley [TV Version]
Details


Death Wish 2 [Extended Version]
This version runs around 3 minutes longer than the DVD version and is taken from the Greek VHS. It contains some additional scenes and dialogue.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Greek Subtitles, Quality B, 1:35:32 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Death Wish 2 [TV Version]
This version runs around 4 minutes longer than the DVD version. It is cut for language, violence and sexual references but contains some extra scenes not present in any other version, including some that are not seen in the Greek VHS version.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A/B, 1:33:55 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Death Wish 5 [Screener]
This version contains no alternate footage and runs exactly the same as the DVD version.


Deathtrap (1982) [TV Version] Details
CBS added 4 minutes to this film for its 1986 network television premiere; the famous “kiss” between Sidney and Clifford after Myra’s death in the theatrical and video release is absent in the television version.


Deep End Of The Ocean [Workprint]


Deep, The (1977) [TV Version]
This version runs around 50 minutes longer than the DVD version and contains many extra scenes and sub plots. It is presented in two parts and contains opening and closing credits for each. It is also cut in places for nudity and violence. This dual layer disc also includes the TV spots for each part.
NTSC DVD+R DL, Fullscreen, Quality B, 1:35:38 & 1:31:22 — Menu, TV Version Notes, TV spots and a selectable TV Version Guide

More scenes from the television version NBC broadcast include: A scene which just Treece and David go diving, while Gail and Coffin speak of Treece’s past, including his wife who was murdered by a drug dealer. When David and Gail first go to Treece’s lighthouse, they are stopped and held at gun point by a territorial Kevin. While David is turning the rented scuba equipment in, Gail goes and we see her rinse off the salt water from the sea. A scene where Cloche attacks Treece’s lighthouse in the middle of the night, threatening to kill David and Gail. The version aired in the original ABC network telecast contained 53 minutes of extra footage that were not shown in the theatrical production. This version was broadcast over two nights in early 1980. The additional material includes:
– When the film starts, it begins with a two and a half minute prologue of the munition ship going down in the storm, while a young Adam Coffin is on board. There is also a title card, claiming the film has been “edited for television.” In the morning after, a young Romer Treece finds Coffin barely alive, covered by a piece of debris.
– The opening scene includes an extra shot of Gail being pulled by an unseen eel.
– In addition to the extra shot, this version omits many of the “money shots” of Jacqueline Bisset’s t-shirt.
– There is added ADR of David asking Gail if she’s really alright, once the two are back on the boat.
– In the same scene, the shot wherein the two examine the medallion is from a new angle.
– When the two get back to the island, Gail goes and takes a quick rinse of the salt water, though her line referencing it, heard in the theatrical cut, is deleted. This scene goes on to show more footage of David and Slake discussing the events of the morning. The scene ends with David and Gail going to the elevator.
– A new scene after David and Gail are in the library, where the two go to see the librarian(spoken of in the theatrical version) where the librarian reveals that Treece has been on every Bermuda wreck, that Treece is a very secretive person, and warns the two that people on St. David’s Island are not very friendly.
– Longer scene of David and Gail’s journey to St. David’s Island. This includes padded footage of the two on motor-scooters, and David asking Gail if they have the right directions.
– When David and Gail arrive at Treece’s lighthouse, they search the area, find artifacts from the sea, and ponder whether Treece is even at home, only to be startled by Kevin, threatening the two with a rifle before letting them see Treece.
– After the first visit with Treece, there is an extra shot of him in his library.
– The Haitian motor chase is much longer, providing a more gritty feel, before the kidnapping. This scene includes different angles, and close ups of David and Gail’s feet as they helplessly pedal.
– An extra shot of the Haitian car taking David and Gail to Cloche’s hideout.
– The scene where Cloche searches David and Gail has been highly edited, save for a few new moments at the end when Cloche forces David and Gail back into their blindfolds, and warns them not to go to the authorities, telling them instead to forget the whole thing ever happened.
– Extra establishing shots of the scene that introduces Coffin.
– In the scene on the water, when Treece and David argue the morphine, the end has included a shot of Gail storming out of the cabin.
– The argument between David and Gail in their cabin is longer; They are writing postcards, and start to discuss how stupid ‘games’ on T.V. are. This leads to the argument that we start the scene with in the theatrical cut.
– While diving at night, David and Treece discuss Adam, and why he’s not to be trusted, including his ‘story’ and history, and why Treece doesn’t let Adam dive with them. Later, the scene extends even more, showing us Treece’s knowledge of the sea, and we learn a little bit about his own history.
– A small scene has been added with Gail at the Hotel restaurant, alone, while David and Treece are diving.
– A plethora of extra footage of David and Treece diving has been added, including underwater scenes, and scenes inside the shipwreck.
– After Treece and David get done diving, Cloche’s men, in a speedboat, taunt the two, by circling them. The line heard in the ship “The biggest moray eel I ever saw” is heard in full form here as well.
– Extra footage has been added with the struggle of David and Treece against Cloche’s men; David’s elevator fight is longer, and a small segment where Treece attacks a man with a sprinkler and hose is
– added.Later that night, at Treece’s lighthouse, we see David put Gail to bed, but she gets up. This scene also features a longer conversation between David and Treece, where David apologizes to Treece for blaming him in an earlier scene, and admits his own selfishness. The conversation between Treece and Gail and equally been extended, with Gail asking Treece about his wife, Treece becoming gruff on the subject, and Gail apologizing.
– The next scene with David and Gail in the bedroom has been dramatically extended, with Gail and David having a full conversation about their trip, Gail confessing that she likes Treece, and finally, the two admitting their love for each other, and the scene ends with a new, longer take of the two kissing.
– The next scene at the sporting even features longer conversation between Treece, and Cloche; It’s revealed that Cloche’s men killed Treece’s wife over a miscommunicated ship sinking.
– Before the three go down to hunt the treasure, there is extra conversation of David asking Gail if she’s okay, Gail explaining why she wants to wear a tank, and Treece laughing with her.
– More underwater footage has been added to the next scene.
– In the theatrical cut, Gail sends the ampules up alone. This time, she takes them up herself, and while she’s letting Kevin refill her oxygen tank, there is a small conversation about Treece; He was always like a ‘King’ of St. David’s Island, always having an eye on things (this explains an earlier line: ‘I’m all the government you need, boy!) and rumors of Treece being linked as a partner to Cloche.
– When Treece is planting the ampules in the lighthouse, extra dialogue of David asking Treece about his past his added.
– The second conversation between Cloche and Coffin is much longer, with Cloche tricking Coffin into trusting him and telling him about Treece’s secrecy.
– Extended dinner scene between Gail, David, and Treece, where new information of the treasure is revealed.
– When Coffin arrives at St. David’s, there is an extended greeting; Treece tells Coffin he has rum waiting for him, and David suggests a whole other 3 lock box that may exist. Later, in the scene, an extra conversation revealing how exhausted David and Gail are, takes place.
– Upon leaving to blow up the Goliath, David and Treece exchange heated words, and Treece’s character development comes full circle, revealing he was never in cahoots with Cloche.
– Before the final dive, Treece teaches Gail how to use Kevin’s rifle, for protection. Then, Gail takes care of the diving equipment.


Deliberate Stranger [TV Version]


Demonoid [Alternate Version]
This version has alternate soundtrack, extended dialog scenes, additional scenes, misses some scenes, alternate death scenes, and slightly different ending. However it is spanish dubbed.


Design (1984) [Workprint]
This is the unreleased science fiction movie Directed by Mark Tosti. The Director of Photography was Gary Wagner and one of the actors was Bruce A. Rauscher.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 1:26:08 — Menu


Detroit Rock City [Workprint]
This version runs around the same time as the DVD version; it contains some alternate shots and slight changes to dialogue. It also contains many alternate songs. The audio is pretty bad and suffers from crackling.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality C, 1:38:52 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo [TV Version]


Devil Fish (aka Monster Shark) [Workprint]
This version runs around 2 minutes longer than the German DVD version. It changes the order of many scenes throughout, often splitting many scenes and intercutting them together, showing 10 or 15 seconds from each at a time. It also contains many extra and possibly re-used underwater shots, which appear constantly throughout. Due to the sheer number of differences it was not possible to complete a Workprint Guide.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 1:36:10 — Menu and Workprint Notes


Diary of a Mad Housewife (1970) [TV Version]
Original version runs 104 minutes. Alternate TV version was prepared by directory Frank Perry substituting different footage for many sequences; this version runs 95 minutes.


Did Someone Drop His Mouse [Workprint]
Unreleased documentary.


Die Hard 2 (1990) [Workprint]
This version runs around 4 minutes longer than the DVD version. It is the fully uncut X rated version which includes several deleted and extended scenes.
PAL DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 2:00:05 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Digimon The Movie [Japanese Version]
Details


Dirty Mary Crazy Larry [TV Version] Details


Disturbing Behaviour [Extended Version]
This version runs around 10 minutes longer than the DVD version, it contains many extra scenes and an alternate ending.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A/B, 1:41:39 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Diva [Workprint]
This version has not been compared.


Doctor Dolittle [TV Version]
This version runs around 7 minutes longer than the DVD version, it is cut in places for language and sexual references but it contains some extra scenes not present in any other version.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:26:48 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Doctor Who (1996) [Workprint]
This version runs around a minute longer than the DVD version; it doesn’t contain any extra scenes but contains extra shots including some uncut gunshots. It also has unfinished special effects.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Timecoded, Quality B, 1:30:33 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Dodgeball [TV Version]
This version runs around 2 minutes longer than the DVD version and contains some extra scenes not present in other version. It does not contain any cuts.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:33:46 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Dogma [Workprint]


Dolores Claiborne [TV Version]


Don’s Plum [Workprint]
This version runs around 2 minutes longer than the DVD version; it contains some extra and alternate shots and a small dialogue scene.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Timecoded, Quality B/C, 1:29:15 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Don’t tell mom the babysitters Dead [TV Version]


Donnie Darko [Extended Version]


Dorm Daze [Workprint]
This version contains no alternate footage and runs exactly the same as the DVD version.


Downfall [Extended Version]
This version runs around 15 minutes longer than the DVD version. It is taken from the German DVD and includes English Subtitles. It contains many extra scenes and shots.
PAL DVD+R DL, Widescreen, Quality A, 2:50:05 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Dr. No [Workprint] confirmed


Dr. Who S08E01 [Workprint]
This version has never been compared.


Dr. Who S08E02 [Workprint]
This version has never been compared.


Dr. Who S08E03 [Workprint]
This version has never been compared.


Dr. Who S08E04 [Workprint]
This version has never been compared.


Dr. Who S08E05 [Workprint]
This version has never been compared.


Dragnet [TV Version]


Dragonfly [Workprint]
Workprint released by SID


Dragonheart 2 [Workprint]
This version contains no alternate footage and runs exactly the same as the DVD version.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality C, 1:24:17 — Menu and Workprint Notes


Dream Demon [Extended Version]
This composite version runs around a few seconds longer than the VHS version; it contains a transfer from the original reels combined with a few extra shots from the Russian VHS. Thanks to Dr Sapirstein for creating this version.
PAL DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A, 1:25:37 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Dresden Files [Workprint]
This disc contains the episodes Birds of a Feather and The Boone Identity. Both run around the same time as the DVD version, however they contain extra shots, extra lines of dialogue, they miss some shots and they also contain some incomplete special effects.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A, 43:03 & 42:11 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Drive [Workprint]
This version runs around the same time as the DVD version, it contains a couple of extra shots, alternate dialogue and misses some shots.
NTSC DVD-R, Anamorphic Widescreen, Quality A, 1:38:27 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Duel [Extended Version]
This version runs just under a minute longer than the DVD version and is taken from the British VHS. It contains some extra shots that are missing from the DVD version, but it also misses some shots.
PAL DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:25:56 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Duel [TV Version]
This version runs around 16 minutes shorter than the DVD version. It is the original TV Movie version and misses some scenes that were filmed for the theatrical release, however it contains some extra shots, longer shots and extra lines of dialogue.
PAL DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:10:49 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Dumb and Dumberer [Workprint]
This version contains no alternate footage and runs exactly the same as the DVD version.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Stamped, Quality C, 1:22:22 — Menu and Workprint Notes


Dune (1984) [TV Version]
This version runs around 40 minutes longer than the DVD version and contains many extra scenes and sub plots. It is presented in two parts which opening and closing credits for each and is taken from the Japanese Laserdisc. It is also cut in places for violence.
PAL DVD+R DL, Fullscreen, Quality A/B, 1:33:27 & 1:33:24 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide

Region 3 NTSC Korean DVD by Spectrum is the 189 minute television version. It comes on two discs and has English Dolby Digital Audio.


Dust Devil [Workprint]
This version runs around 6 minutes shorter than the DVD version and contains some extra scenes, shots and dialogue. However it also misses some scenes present in the DVD version.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A/B, 1:54:18 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Dying In The Light [Workprint] Details


Earthquake (1974) [TV Version]
This version runs around 31 minutes longer than the DVD version and contains some extra scenes, most of which were filmed a few years after the film was released.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A/B, 2:28:11 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide

For the initial network television showing broadcast on NBC in September 1976, additional footage was shot to lengthen the film in order to show it over two nights. The most extensive segment of new footage is a subplot of a newlywed couple (‘Debralee Scott’ and ‘Sam Chew Jr.’ (qv)) on a flight to Los Angleles so the husband can interview for a job with Stuart Graff (‘Charlton Heston’ (qv)). The plane tries to land as the earthquake hits, but the pilots are able to regain control and fly away before the runway breaks up. Other significant segments are new scenes with Jody (‘Marjoe Gortner’ (qv)) and Rosa (‘Victoria Principal’ (qv)), which establish Jody’s obsession with Rosa, as well as one short scene in a pawn shop with Buck (‘Jesse Vint’ (qv)) and Hank (‘Michael Richardson’), who play Marjoe’s roommates in the theatrical version. Contrary to popular belief, these additional scenes were *not* “leftover” footage from the original 1974 theatrical release. Rather, the footage was filmed almost two years later by NBC to expand the film. These additional scenes were shot without the original director ‘Mark Robson’, who opted out, (in fact, he loathed the additional scenes), but they were shot with Universal’s approval. In addition, two deleted scenes originally shot for the theatrical release were re-inserted into the television version, including a narrative opening about the San Andreas Fault, as well as a scene of Rosa brushing off a guy (‘Reb Brown’ (qv)) trying to give her a ride on his motorcycle. Incidentally, the version frequently running on the American cable channel “American Movie Classics” is the television version, and not the original theatrical version.


El Cantante [Workprint]
This version has never been compared.


Election [Workprint]
This version runs a few minutes shorter than the DVD version; it contains some extra shots and an alternate ending. It also misses some scenes and has an alternate soundtrack.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality B, Timecoded, 1:33:30 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Elephant White [Workprint]
This version has not been compared.


Embrace of the Vampire [TV Version]


Encino Man (1992) [TV Version] Details
TV version adds a scene that occurs right before Dave and Stoney find Link in his pool. It’s a conversation between Dave and his mother about her plans of opening up a “Homeless Home” in their house and using Dave’s room as a place for them to stay. The network TV Edition of the film also features a scene in which Dave’s parents are walking and talking to him on the way back to the car after they bailed him out of jail.


End Of Days Test [Screener] TO BE CONFIRMED!
Screening Version


Enemy Mine [Extended Version]
An extended scene in German with English subtitles


Enemy of the state [Workprint] TO BE CONFIRMED!
Letterboxed workprint.


Enter the Dragon [Screener]


Enter The Dragon [Alternate Version]
This version runs around the same time as the Blu Ray version and is the Asian Version by IVL. It contains some an alternate credit sequence, a longer shot and it also misses some shots.
PAL DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality B/C, 1:42:49 — Menu, Alternate Version Notes and a selectable Alternate Version Guide


Enter the Ninja [Uncut Version]
Uncut Version


Era Uma Vez [Workprint]
This version has not been compared.


Erin Brockovich [TV Version] Details


Ernest Goes To Jail [TV Version]
This version runs around 10 minutes longer than the DVD version; it contains some extra scenes but is also cut in places for swearing and violence.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 01:31:18 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Escape from New York [Extended Version]


Escape the planet of the apes [TV Version]


Event Horizon [Workprint] TO BE CONFIRMED!


Evil Breed The Legend Of Samhain [Workprint]
This version runs around 7 minutes longer than the DVD version, it contains lots of extra gore, extra scenes, shots and lines of dialogue. It also changes the order of some scenes and contains an alternate ending.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A/B, 1:31:09 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Evil Dead (1981) [Extended Version]
This version runs around 14 minutes longer than the DVD version and it taken from the bootleg German DVD. It contains some additional scenes and many extra shots, all of which are from a far lower quality source that the rest of the movie.
PAL DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A, 1:36:03 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Evil Dead (2013) [TV Version]
This version runs around 5 minutes longer than the DVD version. It was shown on Channel 4 UK by mistake and is the Unrated Version. It contains several extra shots of gore, some additional dialogue, a few extra scenes and a post credits scene.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A, 01:32:41 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Evil Dead II (1987) [Extended Version]
This version runs around 3 minutes longer than the DVD version and it taken from the bootleg German DVD. It contains some additional scenes and many alternate shots, all of which are from a far lower quality source that the rest of the movie.
PAL DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A, 1:23:28 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Evil Dead II (1987) [TV Version]
This version is missing approximately 10 minutes of footage, however it runs around 7 minutes longer than the DVD version. It was shown on Mexican TV and does not have an English soundtrack. It is cut in places for violence and gore but it contains several extra scenes and shots. This version is ripped from YouTube.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality C, 01:19:31 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide

Some European TV versions of the movie have many additional scenes: 1.Opening credits are longer with narration over names of the actors. 2.Ash and Linda kissing scene is longer,plus it contains some cheesy music. 3.After Linda has been taken by Evil,there is extended scene of Ash searching and calling for her. 4.Additional scene is added after Ash kills Linda.In this scene,he comes back into the cabin and he finds Book Of The Dead.After he throws the book into the fire,Evil goes away from the cabin,while he finds necklace he gave to Linda,and then starts to cry “Oh God!” He then walks out of the cabin. 5.Scene where Ash is carried acoss the woods by Evil is few seconds longer. 6.While driving away from the cabin,Ash is eating some cereals,but he stops when he starts to choke and almost swallows small toy from the box. 7.Scene where Ash is sleeping is extended with few more seconds of Evil moving towards the cabin. 8.Scene with Ash and furniture in cabin laughing their butts off is extended for about 20 or 30 seconds. 9.After Ash and rest of the group manage to defend themselves against cellar witch,scene is extended with few extra seconds where Bobby Joe is trying to spit the eyeball out while tape recorder is working on its own. 10.Scene when Ed turns into demon is couple seconds longer with Bobby Joe falling on the floor and Jake getting angry before he attacks Ed. 11.Scene where everyone enters into room where ghost appears is longer with lousy filmed part where camera goes aound the room. 12.Bobby Joe’s death scene is longer,but it doesn’t have any extra gore. 13.Extended scene when Jake argues with Ash who is telling him to go searching for Bobby Joe alone,but Jake refuses. 14.Extended scene with demon Ash throwing Jake into tree. 15.Small extra scene where demon Ash is eating a squirell and screming “Annnieeee!” 16.Extended scene of Ash trying to get into cabin. 17.Alternate version of Jake’s death scene with no blood flowing out of the cellar. 18.Small scene with demon Ash remembering Linda when he finds her necklace. 19.Extended cellar scene with camera moving around creating tension before Ash picks up pages of book,plus small part where Annie calls for him. 20.Extended,bizarre vortex scene is also added with pictures of newspaper articles about first Evil Dead movie.


Evil Dead II (1987) [Workprint]
This version runs around the same time as the DVD version however it only contains the first and final parts of the movie. It contains some brief extra and alternate shots.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality D, 37:11 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Evil of Frankenstein, The (1964) [TV Version]
This version runs around 10 minutes longer than the DVD version and contains some extra scenes featuring characters that have no interaction with the main characters. It is also cut in places for violence.
PAL DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality C, 1:32:33 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide

TV version removes some scenes from the theatrical release and features 13 minutes of additional footage starring Steven Geray, Maria Palmer, William Phipps. Specifically, the scenes added for TV prints are: the scene in which a reporter asks an old doctor why nobody wants to talk about Baron Frankenstein (the later part of this scene is intercut with shots of the deafmute young woman, who IS part of the movie as originally filmed: the two men watch her and talk about her, but do not interact with her); the flashback scene showing the little girl being traumatized by the monster, becoming deaf and mute as a result (only his feet are shown); and the present-day scene in which the girl’s father, now a drunken wreck, is told that psychological help may be able to overcome her muteness. These scenes are inserted into the movie smoothly, via dissolves rather than rough cuts, but they add nothing other than length. None of the characters actually gets involved in the story, and nothing about them is resolved: the reporter doesn’t get the scoop he’s looking for, the father doesn’t get his revenge against the Baron, and the deaf woman doesn’t get the therapy mentioned.


Evils of the Night (1985) [TV Version]
TV version that runs about eight minutes longer than the theatrical release. The scenes with porn stars ‘Amber Lynn’ and ‘Jerry Butler’ are entirely absent from this alternate TV version.


Ewoks: The Battle For Endor [TV Version]
This version runs around the same time as the DVD version; it is cut in one place but it contains an extra scene and an extra shot.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 01:34:24 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Executioners Song [Extended Version]
This version is a composite of all versions and runs 3 hours 6 minutes.


eXistenZ [Workprint]
This version runs around 26 minutes longer than the DVD version and contains some extra scenes, shots and dialogue. It also misses some scenes and the soundtrack.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality B, 1:55:49 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Exorcist 2 [Shorter Version]
This version runs around 13 minutes shorter than the DVD version, and is a recreation of the shorter director’s recut that was released after the theatrical debut. It misses many scenes, has some changes to the order of scenes, contains some extra scenes and also an alternate ending.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A, 1:42:53 — Menu, Shorter Version Notes and a selectable Shorter Version Guide


Exorcist, The (1973) [TV Version]
The network TV version originally broadcast on CBS in the ’80s was edited by ‘William Friedkin’ (qv), who also shot a replacement insert of the Virgin Mary statue crying blood, replacing the shot of a more obscenely desecrated statue. Friedkin himself spoke the Demon’s new, censored lines; he was unwilling to work with ‘Mercedes McCambridge’ again. The lines “Your mother sucks cocks in hell, Karras” and “Shove it up your ass you faggot” were re-dubbed by Friedkin as “Your mother still rots in hell” and “Shut your face, you faggot.” Several of Ellen Burstyn’s lines were also re-dubbed by the actress, replacing “Jesus Christ” with “Judas Priest” and omitting the f-word. Most of the profanity spoken by Regan is also cut out, as are the shots of her being abused with a crucifix and forcing Chris’ face into her crotch. There is also a slightly alternate shot of Regan’s face morphed into the white face of the demon just after Merrin arrives at the MacNeil house (the theatrical versions only show the beginning of the transformation). This network TV version is rarely if ever used for TV and cable showings today.


Explorers [Theatrical Version]
This version runs around 2 minutes longer than the DVD version and contains two scenes not present in any other version. It also misses one scene.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A/B, 1:49:04 — Menu, Theatrical Version Notes and a selectable Theatrical Version Guide


Exterminator 2 [Workprint] TO BE CONFIRMED!


Extreme Prejudice [Workprint] TO BE CONFIRMED!


Eye of the Cat (1969) [TV Version]
This version runs around 2 minutes longer than the theatrical version; it is cut in places for language, violence, sexual references and drug taking but it contains some extra scenes. It is also alternate in the sense that there is only one cat, as opposed to a group of them in the theatrical version.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 01:41:56 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide

New scenes were added to the network showing to make it “less intense.” The Network-TV version has a different last half-hour, replacing the plot’s supernatural element and an army of killer housecats with one somewhat-menacing housecat and a person with a paranoid delusion. This was made from outtakes and a few new scenes filmed in 1971, shortly before it aired.


Eyes Wide Shut [Workprint]


F/X (1986) [Alternate Version]
The Australian VHS and television version open with a different title logo. Instead of the domestic gray title card, it has the words F/X, in red on a black background. The letters then glow bright and fade out; The version shown theatrically in Europe ended when the two drive off, with the end credits against a colored background, while most TV-showings and video versions, see the first part of the end credits against a series of scenes from the movie as well as following them all the way up to the Swiss alps.


Faces of Death [Extended Version]


Faces of Death 2 [German Version]


Faces of Death 3 [German Version]


Faculty [Workprint]


Fandango [TV Version] Details
NBC


Fantastic Four (1994) [Unreleased]
The unreleased, never before released movie


Far And Away [TV Version]
This version runs around 34 minutes longer than the DVD version, it is presented in two parts and contains opening and closing credits for each. It is cut in places for violence and language but it contains many extra scenes, shots and dialogue not present in any other version.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality C, 1:30:29 & 1:24:35 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Fargo [TV Version]


Fast And The Furious, The [Workprint]


Fast Times At Ridgemont High (1982) [Extended Version]
This composite version runs around 13 minutes longer than the DVD version; it contains the DVD version mixed with the extra scenes from the TV version.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 01:42:20 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Fast Times At Ridgemont High (1982) [TV Version]
This version runs around 4 minutes longer than the DVD version, it is cut in places for language and sexual references but it contains several extra scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:31:03 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Fatal Frames (Al Festa’s) [Workprint]


Feeders [Workprint]
This version has not been compared.


Fiend, The (1972) [TV Version]
The version broadcast on the BBC (22.09.01) is uncensored and thus different to the cut version that played British cinemas (in 1971) and the identical Derann tape release that appeared in 1981.


Fight Club [Workprint]
This version runs around 13 minutes longer than the DVD version; it contains some extra scenes, lines of dialogue and shots.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality B, 2:31:40 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Final Countdown, The (1980) [Theatrical Version]
This is the theatrical version and has the original Dolby 2.0 sound mix


Final Destination 2 [Screener]
This version runs around the same as the DVD version and contains two alternate shots not present in any other version.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A, 1:30:22 — Menu, Screener Notes and a selectable Screener Guide


Final Round (1994) [Extended Version]
This version runs around 8 minutes longer than the DVD version, it combines the DVD version with some extra scenes from the TV Version.
PAL DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A/B, 1:26:28 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Final Stab (aka Scream 4 Final Chapter) [Workprint]
This version contains no alternate footage and runs exactly the same as the DVD version, however it is titled Scream 4 Final Chapter as opposed to Final Stab.
PAL DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality B/C, 1:17:59 — Menu and Workprint Notes


Final Terror (1983) [Extended Version]
This version runs around the same time as the Blu Ray version, it is taken from the German DVD and contains some additional shots during one of the murder scenes.
PAL DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:20:24 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


First Blood (aka Rambo) (1982) [TV Version]
This version runs around 2 minutes longer than the DVD version, it is cut in places for violence and language and it contains some extra scenes and dialogue not present in any other version.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 1:35:01 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide

Some television versions are said to include a scene in the beginning of the movie where Rambo enters a town diner to buy some takeout, and the cashiers hassle him, first not serving him, then charging him for condiments. Finally he just leaves.


First Blood Part 2 (aka Rambo 2) [TV Version]
This version runs around a minute shorter than the DVD version and is cut throughout for violence but it contains some small additional scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A/B, 1:32:01 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Fled Extended [Original Version] TO BE CONFIRMED!
105 Minutes


Flintstones Viva Rock Vegas, The [TV Version]
This version runs around 3 minutes longer than the DVD version and contains some extra scenes not present in any other version.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:27:51 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Flintstones, The [TV Version]
This version runs around 2 minutes longer than the DVD version and contains some extra scenes and shots not present in any other version.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:26:58 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Fly (1986) [Workprint]
More footage and has the infamous “Monkey-Cat” sequence


Fog, The [TV Version]
Alternate television version, includes minor alternate footage


Football Factory, The [Workprint]
This version runs around the same time as the DVD version, it contains some extra scenes but it also misses some, there are many extra shots and a different soundtrack.
PAL DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A, 1:26:30 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Forbidden Planet [TV Version]


Forgetting Sarah Marshall [Workprint]


Fortress (1985) [TV Version]
This version runs around a minute longer than the DVD version, it combines the alternate ending from a Hungarian TV Broadcast with the DVD version, to attempt to recreate an English language TV Version. The Alternate language is in Hungarian with English subtitles.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A/C, 01:29:01 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Fortress (1992) [Extended Version]
This version runs a few seconds longer than the UK DVD version and it taken from the UK VHS. It contains two uncut scenes that do not appear in any DVD version, and some additional scenes that do not appear in the R1 US DVD.
PAL DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:31:26 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Four Rooms [Workprint]
This version around 21 minutes longer than the DVD version, it is in English but it is overdubbed with Russian. This makes it almost impossible to work out what is extra as the Russian is much louder than the English and therefore the English cannot be heard for the majority of the movie. I have done some research and have been told that it is impossible to remove the Russian audio. The disc also contains a deleted scene from the Spanish DVD that is an alternate take, not used in either the DVD Version or the Workprint.
PAL DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality B, 1:50:56 — Menu and Workprint Notes


Frailty [Workprint]
This version contains no alternate footage and runs exactly the same as the DVD version.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Timecoded, Quality B/C, 1:39:52 — Menu and Workprint Notes


Frankenstein And The Monster From Hell [Extended Version]
This version runs around the same time as the DVD version and is taken from the uncut German DVD. It contains some additional shots of gore.
PAL DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A, 1:30:48 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Frat House [Workprint]
Workprint of an unfinished documentary. Canceled after finding out much of it was staged.


Freaked [Workprint]
This version runs around 6 minutes longer than the DVD version and contains some extra scenes but also misses some, including almost every shot of Brooke Shields.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Timecoded, Quality A/B, 1:24:57 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Freddy Vs Jason [Workprint]
This version contains no alternate footage and runs exactly the same as the DVD version.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A, 1:32:12 — Menu and Workprint Notes


Freddy’s Dead: The Final Nightmare (1991) [Extended Version]
This version runs around the same time as the DVD Version, it contains a few extra scenes but it is also misses two scenes. Unfortunately it is in German language only.
PAL DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:27:46 German Language Only! — Menu, German Version Notes and a selectable German Version Guide


Freddy’s Dead: The Final Nightmare (1991) [TV Version]
This version runs around 1-2 minutes longer than the DVD Version, it contains a few extra scenes but it is also cut for language in places.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 1:30:01 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide

The version that aired on UPN actually had all the violent scenes in full, (only the language was edited). However, the TV version also had a few scenes and extensions of scenes not included in the theatrical and home video releases. These include: Maggie having a talk with her mother after having a nightmare before leaving for the youth shelter, a little bit more footage in the beginning of the scene with Tracy and Maggie are in the van after John was killed, a few extra shots of the desolate “Springwood Fair”


Freddy’s Dead: The Final Nightmare (1991) [Workprint]
This version runs around 15 minutes longer than the DVD version and contains many extra scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Timecoded, Quality C/D, 1:40:29 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Friday (1995) [TV Version]
This version runs around the same time as the DVD version and contains some extra scenes; however it is also cut in places for swearing and violence.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:27:37 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide

TV versions also include a deleted scene with Lil’ Chris and his friend sitting on the sidewalk, when Ezal runs past with a speaker under his arm. They then talk about how Ezal tried to steal from their houses. TV versions also include the following scenes:
– Differant take of Craig and Smokey in Smokey’s room, where the marijuana poster is shown later in the scene in place of Smokey’s marijuana smoking. -Craig goes into his sister’s room and asks for his Guess shirt, and asks her to hook him up with her friend. He then tells it’s 12:30 (really it’s 8:30) causing her quickly jump out of bed.
– Two of the kids from ice cream truck scene watch Ezal run by carrying two speakers, and talk about how he tried to rob them. Stanley then comes out and sprays them with a hose to get them off his lawn.
– Craig goes to see what his dad wants, and has to get the TV Guide for him (which is about a foot away). A continuity error also appears showing the TV Guide on the bed, then the table, then the bed, then the table, before Craig gets it for him.
– Widescreen versions of the film cut off half of Smokey’s license plate, so you never see what it actually says. On TV, it’s blurred out, and VHS copies show the entire plate reading “FCK IT”.


Friday the 13th [Uncut Version]
Uncut with Gore


Friday the 13th Part 2 [TV Version] TO BE CONFIRMED!
with Mrs Myers opening her eyes at the end


Friday the 13th Part 2 [X Rated Version] TO BE CONFIRMED!


Friday the 13th Part 3 [Japanese Version]
This version contains no alternate footage and runs exactly the same as the DVD version.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 1:30:52 — Menu and Japanese Version Notes


Friday the 13th Part 3 [TV Version] TO BE CONFIRMED!


Friday the 13th Part 3 [X Rated Version] TO BE CONFIRMED!


Friday the 13th Part 4 (1984) [TV Version]
This version runs around 4 minutes longer than the DVD Version, it contains a few extra scenes (some of which are also in the workprint) but it is also cut for sexual references in places.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 1:34:07 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Friday the 13th Part 4 (1984) [Workprint]
This version runs around 10 minutes longer than the DVD version and contains 7 new scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality C, 1:36:36 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Friday the 13th Part 5: A New Beginning (1985) [Alternate Version]
This version runs around 2 minutes shorter than the DVD version and appears to be an attempt at a composite between the DVD and TV Versions. It is still cut in places for language and violence, however it does contain the odd alternate shot missing from the TV Version. It is also known as Version 2.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 1:31:07 — Menu, Alternate Version Notes and a selectable Alternate Version Guide


Friday the 13th Part 5: A New Beginning (1985) [TV Version]
This version runs around 6 minutes shorter than the DVD Version, it is cut in places for violence, nudity and language but it contains some alternate shots and an alternate line of dialogue.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 1:24:42 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Friday the 13th Part 5: A New Beginning (1985) [Workprint] TO BE CONFIRMED!


Friday the 13th Part 6 (1986) [Composite Version]
Created by faneditor
Full Screen / 84:04 / 1 DVD


Friday the 13th Part 6 (1986) [Extended Version]
This composite version runs a few seconds longer than the DVD version; it contains the DVD version mixed with two extra scenes from the workprint. This is a new version made by myself, not the previously available version which used a poor quality VHS.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A, 1:27:25 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Friday the 13th Part 6 (1986) [TV Version]
This version runs around the same time as the DVD version, it contains some additional shots and a new scene. It is also cut in many places for swearing, sexual references and violence.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 1:27:43 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Friday the 13th Part 7 – The New Blood (1988) [Extended Version]
This version features all the deleted scenes from the DVD release re-inserted into the DVD version.


Friday the 13th Part 7 – The New Blood (1988) [TV Version]
Rhonda Sheer Hosting USA Up All Night… w/o/c 117:23 / 1 DVD


Friday the 13th Part 8 [TV Version]
This version runs around 7 minutes shorter than the DVD Version, it is cut in places for violence, nudity and language but it contains two alternate shots.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 1:33:21 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Friday the 13th Part 9 (1993) [Workprint]


Fright Night [TV Version]


Fright Night 2 [TV Version A]


Fright Night 2 [TV Version B]


From Beyond/Shaft [TV Version]


From Dusk Till Dawn [Workprint]
Composite with Pioneer laser disc and workprint footage.


From Dusk Till Dawn [Complete Workprint] TO BE CONFIRMED!


From Dusk Till Dawn [Workprint]
This version runs around 15 minutes longer than the DVD version; however it only contains the final part of the movie, the fight inside the Titty Twister. It contains many extra scene, most of which are special effects and gore.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality B/C, 51:51 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


From Dusk Till Dawn Part 2 [Workprint]
This version runs around the same time as the DVD version, it misses some shots but also contains some slightly longer shots during a sex scene.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 1:28:59 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


From Dusk Till Dawn Part 3: The Hangman’s Daughter [Workprint]
This version runs around 2 minutes shorter than the DVD version. It contains some alternate scenes, extra and alternate shots, misses some scenes and contains an alternate ending.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Timecoded, Quality B, 1:25:42 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


From Dusk Till Dawn S01E04 [Workprint]
This version has never been compared, however it does contain unfinished effects.


From Dusk Till Dawn S01E05 [Workprint]
This version has never been compared, however it does contain unfinished effects.


From Hell [Extended Version]


Full Frontal [Workprint] TO BE CONFIRMED!


Fun with Dick and Jane (1977) [TV Version]
Two additional scenes were added to the broadcast television premiere on ABC. One that stands out is a scene with Jane (Fonda) getting a job behind a cosmetics counter and having to confront a very difficult obese older female customer. This was a very funny scene that seems to now be lost forever and Is NOT going to be included in the new DVD release.


Funhouse [TV Version]
This version runs around 5 minutes shorter than the DVD version but contains several deleted scenes not in any other version. It is also heavily cut for violence and swearing.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:29:08 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Future Hunters [TV Version]


Futureworld (1976) [TV Version]
For its initial television broadcast, an alternate version of the scene towards the end where Chuck Browning extends his middle finger to Dr. Schneider was shot. Instead of extending his middle finger, Browning performs a sanitized “Italian elbow gesture”, where the right hand is placed in the elbow crook of the left arm, then the left arm is raised (fist clenched) in a smooth and continuous motion.


Game Of Death 2010 [Extended Version]
This version runs around 9 minutes longer than the DVD version. It has been released only in Germany and contains several extra scenes, shots and lines of dialogue. It also changes the order of some scenes and contains some visual effects, such as double vision.
PAL DVD-R, Anamorphic Widescreen, Quality A, 1:33:55 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Game, The (1997) [Workprint]
This version runs around 3 minutes longer than the DVD version; it contains many extra and alternate shots, some additional lines of dialogue and some additional scenes. It also misses some scenes and dialogue.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality C/D, 2:08:09 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Gamer [Workprint]


Gangs Of New York (2003) [Workprint]
This version runs around 22 minutes longer than the DVD version. It contains many extra scenes, shots and lines of dialogue but also misses some scenes. It also has many scenes shown in a different order, unfinished special effects and misses the voice over.
NTSC DVD+R DL, Fullscreen, Quality B, 3:03:22 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Worprint Guide


Gathering, The [TV Version]
This version runs around 14 minutes longer than the DVD version, it is the Director’s Cut and was shown on TV in Germany. It contains many extra and longer shots throughout, it also contains some extra scenes and lines of dialogue. It is in German with no English options, however some of the additional scenes are translated on Movie Censorship.
PAL DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A, 1:34:03 – German Language Only! — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Gattaca [Workprint]
This version runs around 23 minutes longer than the DVD version; it contains additional scenes, shots and dialogue but also misses some scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality B, 2:02:10 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


George Of The Jungle [TV Version] Details
Cartoon Network & TBS


Gettysburg [Extended Version]
This version runs around 16 minutes longer than the DVD version. It is taken from the American Laserdisc and contains many extra scenes.
NTSC DVD+R DL, Widescreen, Quality A, 4:31:43 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Ghost Of Girlfriends Past [Workprint]
This version contains no alternate footage and runs 3 minutes shorter then DVD version. has a timer top of the screen


Ghostbusters [TV Version]


Ghostbusters 2 [TV Version]


Ghostquake [TV Version]
This version runs around the same as the DVD version and unlike many TV Versions it contains shots of gore and violence that are not present in the DVD version.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A, 1:24:59 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Ghoulies [TV Version]


Ghoulies 2 [TV Version]


GI Jane [TV Version] Details


Girl Interrupted [Workprint] TO BE CONFIRMED!


Girl Next Door, The (2004) [Workprint]
This version runs around 4 minutes longer than the DVD version, it contains some extra scenes, extra shots, alternate shots and additional dialogue.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality C/D, 1:47:48 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide

There is an workprint version of the film floating around on the Internet including some of the deleted scenes from the DVD and alternate shots; also including a couple of minor deleted scenes not seen on any other version.


Girl, Interrupted [Workprint] TO BE CONFIRMED!
Workprint that was supposedly longer than the theatrical release.


Gladiator [TV Version]
This version runs around 6 minutes shorter than the Extended DVD version, it is cut in many places for language and violence, however it contains two extra shots. It is presented in two parts and contains opening and closing credits for each.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A/B, 1:25:41 & 1:19:45 — Menu, TV Version Notes, TV spots and a selectable TV Version Guide


Glimmer Man [TV Version]
This version runs around 2 minutes shorter than the DVD version but contains two extra scenes not in any other version. However It is heavily cut for violence, swearing and religious references. The first minute of the opening credits is also missing.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A, 1:30:03 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


GO [Workprint] TO BE CONFIRMED!


Godfather [Extended Chronological Version]
This version runs around 52 minutes longer than the DVD version and contains every scene from all three films, re-edited into chronological order. It also contains many deleted scenes from the TV Version, the Laserdisc Version and the DVD. However it does miss a few shots that are present in the TV Version. Thanks to Modernknife for creating this version.
4 x NTSC DVD+R DL, Widescreen, Quality A, 2:31:09 & 2:22:19 & 2:27:24 & 2:26:56 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Godfather (A Novel For Television) [TV Version A]
This version was specially made for TV and runs around 26 minutes longer than the DVD version. It combines the first two movies, re-edited into chronological order, together with many extra scenes. The movies are shown in four parts and each contains opening / closing credits. It is also cut in parts for violence, sexual references and swearing. It also misses some scenes. This version is taken from a HD broadcast. It contains some shots missing from Version B, although there is some extra footage in Version B that does not appear in Version A.
2 X NTSC DVD+R DL, Anamorphic Widescreen, Quality A, 1:33:05 & 1:33:06 & 1:33:09 & 2:20:28 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Godfather (A Novel For Television) [TV Version B]
This version was specially made for TV and runs around 34 minutes longer than the DVD version. It combines the first two movies, re-edited into chronological order, together with many extra scenes. The movies are shown in four parts and each contains opening / closing credits. It is also cut in parts for violence, sexual references and swearing. This version is taken from a VHS recording. It contains some scenes and shots missing from Version A, although there is some extra footage in Version A that does not appear in Version B.
2 X NTSC DVD+R DL, Fullscreen, Quality B, 2:20:44 & 1:34:06 & 1:32:24 & 1:33:06 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Godzilla [TV Version]


Godzilla [Workprint] TO BE CONFIRMED!


Godzilla Final Wars [Workprint]
This version runs around 30 seconds shorter than the DVD version, misses a few shots of Godzilla at the beginning but apart from that it is exactly the same as the DVD version. Japanese language only.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality B/C, 2:08:18 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Godzilla VS mothra [TV Version]


Going Berserk (1983) [TV Version]
Some television broadcasts have expanded scenes.


Goldeneye [Workprint]


Goldfinger [TV Version]


Good Will Hunting (1997) [TV Version]
In the theatrical release, Chuckie gets angry with Morgan for using his little league baseball glove as “clean up.” However in the TV version, Chuckie ends the scene with a curt “Why don’t you do what you’re doin’ at your house.” Also, when Will is with the first psychiatrist, the mention of “putting from the rough” is deleted. In the television version, Skylar tells a different joke in the bar scene with Will and his “brothers.” Instead of the “kiss me” joke, she tells one about a man who is falling from a cliff.


Good Will Hunting (1997) [Workprint] TO BE CONFIRMED!


Goodfellas [TV Version]
with Martin Scorsese segments during commercials


Goonies [Uncut Version]
Uncut television version; Disney Channel version which includes over 15 minutes of additional footage


Goonies [TV Version]
This version runs around 5 minutes longer than the DVD version and contains some extra scenes. It is also cut for both violence and swearing.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A/B, 1:53:44 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Graveyard Shift [TV Version]
This version runs around 6 minutes longer than the DVD version and contains some scenes not present in any other version. It is also cut in many places for swearing and violence
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:33:48 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Great Escape 2 [TV Version]
This version runs around 1 hour 24 minutes longer than the VHS version. It is shown in two parts and contains many extra scenes and shots throughout.
PAL DVD+R DL, Fullscreen, Quality B, 1:28:16 & 1:27:23 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Great Mouse Detective, The [Workprint]
This version runs around a minute longer than the DVD version, it contains some extra shots and lines of dialogue and incomplete animation throughout.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality C, 1:14:43 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Great Outdoors, The (1988) [TV Version]
This version runs around 3 minutes shorter than the DVD version, it is cut for swearing and misses some scenes but it also contains some extra scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 1:26:17 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide

On one television version, there is a scene where Chet is trying to maneuver his vehicle with the drag boat trailer onto the road. Roman’s suggestions are not helping, as Chet almost hits different obstacles blocking his path. An officer (played by Troy Evans) notices this and approaches informing Chet that he is watching Chet’s navigation. Finally Chet successfully makes it on the road. As they are driving away laughing at the officer, the boat slides off the trailer and into the street. There is also a scene within this one where Connie and Kate are talking by the lake while the twins are on the dock. Kate suggests the twins go swimming. A big fish jumps from the water scaring the two girls. After hearing the screams and unnoticing the fish, Kate remarks it’s fine if they don’t swim.


Gremlins (1984) [TV Version]
This version runs around the same time as the DVD version and contains one extra scene. It is also cut in places for both violence and swearing.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 1:45:50 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide

The NBC TV version adds one scene deleted from the original film, where Billy and Kate discover Gerald locked in the bank vault after the Gremlin rampage.


Gremlins (1984) [Workprint]


Gremlins 2 Workprint [Workprint] TO BE CONFIRMED!Rumored to be over 2 hours


Greystoke: The Legend Of Tarzan Lord Of The Apes [Extended Version]
Adds over 7 mins of footage including and alternate opening and ending


Grizzly 2 The Predator [Workprint]
This is the unreleased sequel about a bear attacking a rock concert held in a National Park. The workprint misses some of the effects and most shots of the bears. Starring Charlie Sheen, George Clooney, Laura Dern and John Rhys-Davies.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 1:37:18 — Menu


Guardian, The [TV Version]
This version runs around the same time as the DVD version and is the Alan Smithee cut. It contains extra scenes, dialogue and an alternate ending. It is also edited for sex and violence.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:31:26 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Guns in the Heather (1969) [TV Version]
The three-part made-for-television version, with the title “The Secret of Boyne Castle”, is over 30 minutes longer than the theater version.


Guyver [Alternate Version]
This version runs around 3 minutes shorter than the Director’s Cut. It misses some scenes, longer shots and lines of dialogue but contains three alternate shots of violence.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:28:42 — Menu, Alternate Version Notes and a selectable Alternate Version Guide


Hairspray [TV Version]


Half Baked [Workprint]
Stoney Workprint Edition


Halloween [TV Version]
This version runs around 5 minutes shorter than the official DVD TV version, it is cut in places for language, violence and sexual references but contains two extra shots.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 1:36:25 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Halloween 2 [Extended Version]
This composite version runs around 18 minutes longer than the DVD version; it contains the DVD version mixed the extra scenes from the TV version. However as some of the scenes from the TV version were alternate it does not feature every single scene, although it is the most complete version available. It also features different two versions of seven scenes throughout the movie.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A/B, 2:09:33 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Halloween 2 [TV Version]
This version runs around the same as the DVD version but contains many alternate and extra scenes. It is also cut for violence and swearing.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A/B, 1:33:30 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Halloween 2007 [Workprint]
This version runs around the same time as the DVD version but contains extra and alternate scenes, extra dialogue, misses some scenes and contains an alternate ending.
NTSC DVD-R, Anamorphic Widescreen, Quality A, 1:47:13 — Menu, Workprint Notes, Alternate Ending Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Halloween 3 [TV Version]


Halloween 5 [Screener]
This version contains no alternate footage and runs exactly the same as the DVD version.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B/C, 1:36:54 — Menu and Screener Notes


Halloween 5 [Uncut Version] TO BE CONFIRMED!


Halloween 6 – The Curse of Michael Myers [Director’s Cut]
This version runs around a minute longer than the DVD Version, it contains only a few extra scenes but some are exclusive to this version.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A/B, 1:24:24 — Menu, Director’s Cut Notes and a selectable Director’s Cut Guide


Halloween 6 – The Curse of Michael Myers [Producers Cut]
This version runs around 8 minutes longer than the DVD Version; it contains many extra scenes and significant changes to both the plot and ending.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A/B, 1:36:02 — Menu, Producer’s Cut Notes and a selectable Producer’s Cut Guide


Halloween 6 – The Curse of Michael Myers [TV Version]
This version runs around 2 minutes longer than the DVD Version, it contains a few extra scenes (some of which are also in the producers cut) but it is also cut for violence, language and sexual references in places.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 1:31:01 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Halloween 6 – The Curse of Michael Myers [Workprint]
This version (aka Rough Cut) runs around 11 minutes longer than the DVD version; it contains additional and alternate scenes and a completely alternate final 10 minutes. It is also missing some special effects.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality B, 1:33:43 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Halloween 7 – The Revenge Of Laurie Strodie [Alternate Version]
Producers cut; include trailers


Halloween 8 – The Homecoming [Alternate Version]
Alternate opening, titles and ending


Halloween H20: 20 Years Later (1998) [TV Version]
This version runs around 5 minutes longer than the DVD version, it is cut for violence and swearing but contains extra scenes, shots and dialogue.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A/B, 1:29:55 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Halloween H20: 20 Years Later (1998) [Workprint]
This version runs around the same as the DVD version, it doesn’t contain any extra footage but features an extra line in a voice over and an alternate movie on TV. It also has a different soundtrack.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A/B, 1:21:08 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide

An early workprint version had a different score and an altered opening credits montage, as well as a slightly different version of of the dorm room scene, where the girls have “So I Married An Ax Murderer” playing on the TV instead of in the final version where they have on “Scream 2.”


Halloween Resurrection [TV Version]
This version runs around 4 minutes longer than the DVD version, it is cut for violence, swearing and sexual references but contains some extra scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 1:31:03 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Halloween Resurrection [Workprint Version A]
This version (aka The Homecoming) runs a few minutes longer than the DVD version; it contains a new opening scene, some extra shots and an alternate ending.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality B, 1:24:56 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Halloween Resurrection [Workprint Version B]
This version runs around 8 minutes longer than the DVD version; it contains many extra scenes, some alternate death scenes and an alternate ending.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality B, 1:34:07 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Hand, The [TV Version]


Hannibal [Extended Version]


Happy Gilmore [TV Version]
This version runs around a minute shorter than the DVD version. It is cut for swearing and violence but features an extra scene not present in other versions.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:28:42 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Hard Boiled [Extended Version]
This version runs around 4 minutes longer than the DVD version and is taken from the Taiwanese DVD. It contains many extra shots throughout the entire film; it also changes the order of some shots and misses some.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 2:11:18 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Hard Target (1993) [Extended Version]
John Woo’s directors version. adds over 26 mins to the film.


Hard Target (1993) [Workprint Version C]
A 128 minute workprint of Hard Target does exist in a rare very poor quality video tape dub. This version is not John Woo’s preferred version, it is a rough cut consisting of all shot footage, much in which was unecessary and would later be cut down to the 116 minute version, John Woo’s preferred and intended version. It is mostly the same as the 116 minute director’s cut, though it includes the following differences:
– there is no music score throughout the whole film
– most sound effects are missing
– alternate/extended scenes of dialogue
– alternate/extended shots in certain scenes
– additional shots and missing shots


Hard Target (1993) [Workprint Version A]
This version (aka Sneak Preview) runs around 20 minutes longer than the UK DVD version, it contains many extra shots, additional violence and some extra scenes. It also changes the order to some scenes, contains additional dialogue and features an alternate soundtrack. This version has been filtered and does not have the green/yellow tinting like some other versions in circulation.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality B, 1:57:10 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Hard Target (1993) [Workprint Version B]
This version runs around 35 minutes longer than the UK DVD version, it contains many extra shots, additional violence and some extra scenes. It also changes the order to some scenes and contains additional dialogue.
PAL DVD-R, Widescreen, Timecoded, Quality B, 2:08:06 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Hardware (1990) [Uncut Version]
This is the uncut version


Harry Potter And The Chamber Of Secrets [TV Version]
This version runs around 13 minutes longer than the DVD Version; it contains some extra scenes that were added back in for the television debut.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A, 2:47:37 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows Part 1 [TV Version]
This version runs around 8 minutes longer than the DVD Version; it contains some extra scenes that were added back in for the television debut.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A, 2:25:43 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows Part 2 [TV Version]
This version runs around 4 minutes longer than the DVD Version; it contains some extra scenes that were added back in for the television debut.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A, 2:04:40 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire [TV Version]
This version runs around 5 minutes longer than the DVD Version; it contains some extra scenes that were added back in for the television debut.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A, 2:32:20 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Harry Potter And The Half-Blood Prince [TV Version]
This version runs around 5 minutes longer than the DVD Version; it contains some extra scenes that were added back in for the television debut and also misses a short scene.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A, 2:31:39 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Harry Potter And The Order Of The Phoenix [TV Version]
This version runs around 3 minutes longer than the DVD Version; it contains some extra scenes that were added back in for the television debut.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A, 2:13:01 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Harry Potter And The Prisoner Of Azkaban [TV Version]
This version runs around a minute longer than the DVD Version; it contains two extra scenes that were added back in for the television debut.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A, 2:10:26 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Harry Potter And The Sorcerer’s Stone [TV Version]
This version runs around 5 minutes longer than the DVD Version; it contains some extra scenes that were added back in for the television debut.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A, 2:33:02 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Hawaii [Extended Version]
This version runs around 27 minutes longer than the DVD version. It is taken from the laserdisc and contains many extra scenes, including a Overture and Intermission.
NTSC DVD+R DL, Widescreen, Quality A/B, 3:08:31 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Head Office [TV Version] Details


Heavenly Creatures [Workprint]
This version contains no alternate footage and runs exactly the same as the DVD version.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality B, 1:43:41 — Menu and Workprint Notes


Heavy Metal [Workprint Version A]


Heavy Metal [Workprint Version B]


Heavy Metal [Workprint]
This version runs around 2 minutes longer than the DVD version, it is a very rough cut and most of the animation isn’t finished. It also misses most of the soundtrack, has scenes in a different order, contains some extra scenes and misses some. As it is so rough it was not possible to complete a Workprint Guide.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality D, 1:22:56 — Menu and Workprint Notes


Hellboy [TV Version]
Fox Premiere


Hellraiser [Uncut Version]
Uncut collectors version


Hellraiser 2 [Uncut Version]
Uncut collectors version


Hellraiser 2 [Screener]
This version contains no alternate footage and runs exactly the same as the DVD version.
PAL DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality C, 1:39:19 — Menu and Screener Notes


Hellraiser 3 [Workprint]
This version runs around 3 minutes shorter than the DVD version and is missing some scenes and gore, but it also contains two uncut scenes not available in any other version.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Timecoded, Quality B/C, 1:27:45 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Hellraiser: Bloodline (1996) [Workprint]
This version runs around 4 minutes shorter than the DVD version and most scenes are in a completely different order. It contains many deleted and extended scenes, it does however, miss a lot of scenes present in the DVD version; was released as bonus in a German release
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 1:19:39 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide

There is a workprint of Hellraiser Bloodline that reflects what appears to be an early attempt to rectify the studio’s complaint that Pinhead enters the film too late. It starts with John Merchant’s present day story and continues with flashbacks to L’Merchant’s story throughout as well as a few other minor changes.
– Opens with a shot of three planets coming into alignment then goes straight into De L’Isle bringing the French girl to the banquet, killing her, and summoning Angelique. L’Merchant is nowhere to be seen.
– John then wakes from his nightmare and there is more of him soothing Jack with his wife.
– John gives his speech and another difference is that he cannot even continue after being distracted by Angelique. Instead, he tries to demonstrate his lighting invention but it does not work yet.
– After Angelique summons Pinhead there are two more dreams. One has Angelique in front of De L’Isle’s friends where she has given them all boxes. As they begin to solve them, she promises to strip but as she undresses, she becomes a monster and chains from the ceiling attack the guests. The other shows De L’Isle attempting to kill L’merchant after telling him that he plans to send Angelique back to hell for fear of L’Merchant’s science replacing his magic.
– There is another alteration where, after Pinhead shoves his hook into Angelique’s chest, he takes sexual pleasure in licking the hook clean then, through her blood, senses she has a secret.
– Later, she reveals to John that she wants him to use his lighting invention to defeat those that would subjugate her (i.e. Pinhead) and in the process, become more than a demon but turn into a god instead.
– Jack falls way too fast in the elevator and gets scared.
– Angelique has taken Jack and forces John to use his lighting invention against Pinhead. It briefly works and Pinhead is pinned to the ceiling by his own chains but, again, the light extinguishes after a few seconds and Pinhead breaks free. He is the one that traps Angelique in chains but, then, the rest happens at is does with John being killed by Pinhead and John’s wife sending Pinhead and Angelique back to hell. One additional line is that Angelique tells Pinhead he must kill Jack and sever the bloodline after Pinhead has said John’s knowledge is dangerous. They are sent back to hell before he can though.
– There is an additional scene of Dr. Merchant in the space station before the arrival of Remy and her crew. He wakes from a nightmare about John’s death with a full head of hair, speaks to a priest via hologram and asks him to prey for his whole bloodline, and shaves his head.
– The Twins cenobite has a line after they tear apart from each other and before they crush the man where they say they can’t stand being separated from each other.
– Additionally, there is one more flashback to L’Merchant, this time being the scene where he is told he must invent a machine to close the gate to hell because it is his responsibility as maker of the box.
– Dr. Merchant does not tell his story to Remy. As her crew is being killed, shoe simply comes to the conclusion that he is the only one that can help.
– The Angelique cenobite has clearly retained her own mind and personality. Angelique tries to convince Dr. Merchant to join her once more, but he refuses and Pinhead arrives.
– Remy escapes the space station alone and never has the discussion with Dr. Merchant about not sacrificing himself. Dr. Merchant confronts Pinhead once more, in person. They face each other down as the space station is destroyed killing them both.


Hidden Assassin (aka Shooter) [Extended Version]
This version runs around 15 minutes longer than the US DVD version and it taken from the German DVD. It contains many extra scenes, shots and lines of dialogue.
PAL DVD-R, Anamorphic Widescreen, Quality A, 1:40:10 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Hideaway [Workprint]
Letterboxed workprint with more gore and deleted scenes.


High Anxiety [TV Version]
This version runs around 2 minutes longer than the DVD version, it is cut in places for violence and language but it contains some extra scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 1:34:57 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


High Fidelity [Extended Version]


High School High (1996) [TV Version]
Some of the extented footage in the TV version has a bit of more dialogue between Richard Clark and his father in the opening scene where Richard tells his father that he may not be able to change the world but at least make a difference. When Richard Clark first arrives at Barry High School, he asks a student standing in front of the Danger Treds Damage Tires sign and asks where the faculty parking lot is and the student responds “who are you?” and Richard replies that he’s a new teacher and the student replys “so, more meat for the grinder.” A more lenghly introduction to the classroom is shown with a few men wearing chemical protective clothing leave the classroom as Richard and Victoria first arrive to see his classroom.


Highlander [TV Version]


Highlander 2 [Extended Version]
This composite version runs around 11 minutes longer than the Renegade Version and contains almost all the scenes from the theatrical cut, the renegade version and the international cut. It follows the planet Zeist storyline and contains the fairytale ending.
NTSC DVD-R, Anamorphic Widescreen, Quality A, 1:58:50 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Highlander 2 [Workprint]
This version runs around 5 minutes longer than the US theatrical version and uses the same order of events, it has many extra scenes, however most of them are used in the Renegade version.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 1:37:33 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Highlander 2 The Quickening [TV Version]
This version contains no alternate footage and runs exactly the same as the European Theatrical Version.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Japanese Subtitles, Quality B, 1:40:09 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Highlander Endgame [TV Version]


Highlander Endgame [Workprint]
This version runs around a minute longer than the DVD version. It contains some extra scenes but also misses some and features many alternate shots. It also contains incomplete special effects and many scenes are in an alternate order.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 1:35:37 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Highlander The Source [TV Version]


Highlander The Source [Extended Version]
This version runs around 14 minutes longer than the US DVD version and is often referred to as ‘The Moscow Cut’. It contains many extra and alternate shots, it changes the order of many shots, contains extra scenes and also incomplete special effects in places.
NTSC DVD-R, Anamorphic Widescreen, Quality A, 1:38:37 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Highway An American Pastoral [Workprint]


Hit and Run [Workprint]


Hitman [Original Version/Workprint] TO BE CONFIRMED!


Holy Man [Workprint]
Letterboxed, timecoded workprint with 40 minutes of deleted scenes.


Homeland: Tin Man Is Down [Workprint]
This version runs around 3 minutes shorter than the broadcast version. It contains an extra scene but also misses a scene and uses alternate shots. It misses the recap from the previous seasons.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A, 52:23 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint


Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey (1993) [TV Version]
Some additional scenes not included on the video release but aired on TV include:
– A scene in which Kate takes the animals for a ride in the truck.
– A scene with the kids playing Nintendo. There is a scene in the TV version of Peter washing off Chance after he eats the cake and before he vomits.


Honey I Blew Up the Kid (1992) [TV Version]
This version runs around 3 minutes longer than the DVD version and contains some additional shots, dialogue and short scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:28:48 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide

Many scenes cut from original but added to network television version: – More scenes of Nick and Mandy running through neighborhood looking for Adam; – Mean magician neighbor pulling colored handkerchiefs out of her coat; – After Adam pulls ad sign out from ground and drops it, he steps on it; – After Nick gives Mandy a giant raisin, he tells her to relax because they’re headed for Vegas; – After Adam catches the car with Nick and Mandy in it, he talks to them before stuffing them in his pocket; – Diane giving Wayne reasons why she should be enlarged to save Adam; – More scenes of Adam talking to the crowd below when he arrives in Vegas; – More scenes of the TV reporter explaining situation with Adam when he first arrives at desert highway and when he’s playing “Hard Rock Cafe” guitar.


Hooper (1978) [TV Version] Details
TV versions have included numerous outtakes which include a much longer party scene following the fight at the Palomino Club in which: Ski discusses his marital woes with Gwen in Hooper’s kitchen (a dropped subplot); an awake, and very rowdy, crowd views “stunt reels” culled from “Deliverance”; and Jocko and Sonny have a lengthier sunrise discussion about babies. Later on, Sonny and Ski also get into a hairy fistfight outside of Sonny’s trialer.


Hoosiers (1986) [TV Version]
The TV version of the film has been disowned by director David Anspaugh, and its director’s credit goes to “Jack Nemo”.


Horror Safari [Extended Version]
This composite version runs around two minutes longer than the Italian DVD version. It contains some additional nudity shots of Laura Gemser and the original ‘Horror Safari’ opening credit sequence. Thanks to Retro Horror Remix for creating this version.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality B/C, 1:25:24 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Hostel 2 [Workprint]


Hostel Part 2 [Workprint]
This version contains no alternate footage and runs exactly the same as the DVD version.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A, 1:32:59 — Menu and Workprint Notes


Hot Rods to Hell (1967) [TV Version]
Film was first released to theaters at 92 minutes. When the film was later aired on ABC network television, eight minutes of footage was added to the running time. The 100 minute TV version is now shown regularly on the TCM channel.


House [TV Version]


House “Twenty Vicodin” [Screener]
This version has no extra footage but misses all shots of House’s radio and no sfx for steam coming off a coffee cup.


House 2 [TV Version]


House Of 1000 Corpses [Workprint]
This version contains no alternate footage and runs exactly the same as the DVD version.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A/B, 1:25:13 — Menu and Workprint Notes


House On Haunted Hill [Original Version/Workprint] TO BE CONFIRMED!


House On Sorority Row [TV Version]
This version runs around 9 minutes shorter than the DVD version, it is cut in places for language and sexual references but it contains some additional shots during the ending.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B/C, 1:19:27 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


How the Grinch Stole Christmas [Workprint version A]
A few extra scenes and missing CGI in parts.


How the Grinch Stole Christmas [Workprint Version B]
This version contains no alternate footage and runs exactly the same as the DVD version.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A/B, 1:37:00 — Menu and Workprint Notes


How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000) [TV Version]
This version runs around 12 minutes longer than the DVD version, it does not contain any cuts but features several extra scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:50:22 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide

The network TV version of the movie added scenes not shown on the DVD including an extended version of the “Present, pass-it-on” sequence.


How To Deal Workprint [Workprint] confirmed


Howling 2 [TV Version]


Howling 3 [TV Version]


Howling, The [Extended Version]
This version runs around 10 minutes longer than the DVD version, it is taken from the German DVD and contains several extra scenes.
PAL DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:39:49 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Hulk [Workprint]
This version contains no alternate footage and one line of slightly alternate dialogue.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A/B, 2:12:39 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


I Am Legend [Extended Version]
This version runs around 3 minutes longer than the DVD version; it contains some additional scenes and also an alternate ending.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A, 1:43:50 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


I know what you did last summer [Workprint] TO BE CONFIRMED!


I Love You, Beth Cooper [Workprint]


I Spy [Workprint]
This version contains no alternate footage and runs exactly the same as the DVD version.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 1:36:41 — Menu and Workprint Notes


I Still Know What You Did Last Summer [Workprint] TO BE CONFIRMED!
3 hour version.


I Wish You Love (1973) [TV Version]
An extended, re-edited version containing foreign-language selections was broadcast in Germany in the late 1970s.


I woke up Early the Day I Died [Workprint]


Ice Cream Man [TV Version]


Idle Hands [Workprint]
This version runs around 6 minutes longer than the DVD version, it contains some extra scenes, shots and lines of dialogue. It also misses some shots and contains an alternate ending.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Stamped, Quality C, 1:39:08 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Imagine [Workprint]
Nearly twice the length as the final version


Immortal Combat [TV Version]


In the Army Now (1994) [TV Version]
The TV version includes a couple of deleted scenes, including a scene in which Bones and his friends get revenge on the special forces soldiers.


In The Mouth Of Madness [Workprint]
This version runs around the same time as the DVD version, it contains some extra shots, some extra lines of dialogue and changes the order of some shots.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality B, 1:33:07 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


In Too Deep [Workprint] TO BE CONFIRMED!
Letterboxed workprint.


Incredible Shrinking Woman, The (1981) [TV Version]
When ABC broadcasted the film in late 1983, there are scenes that were not in the theatrical cut: Dr. Ruth, communicating with patients, on monitors. During these scenes, Pat was finding ways to get out of her cage. Also, this scene includes Lily Tomlin’s role as Edith Ann (Little Girl, which she played on her broadway shows). Finally, Pat Kramer tries to reach the switches, to turn on the monitor but, she turned it on with her foot.


Independence Day (1996) [TV Version]
In the UK Television version of the film (possibly also VHS and DVD versions) all TV news reports are changed from the american broadcasts to Sky News broadcasts (a British news channel and, at the time of the movie, the only 24 hours news service in the UK)


Insider, The (1999) [TV Version]
The TV version is actually longer than the theatrical version and was extended over two nights. The edit was supervised by director ‘Michael Mann’.


Interview with the Vampire [Original Version/Workprint] TO BE CONFIRMED!
Mentioned once on Usenet. Probably a crock.


Intruder (1989) [Workprint]
This version runs around 5 minutes longer than the DVD version; it contains some extra scenes and alternate extra shots and lines of dialogue throughout.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 1:29:20 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Invasion of the Astro-Monsters [Workprint]
This version has not been compared. It is English dubbed.


Invasion of the Neptune Men [TV Version].
This version runs 4 minutes longer than the DVD, it has extra dialouge, and shots.


Invasion Of The Star Creatures [TV Version]
This version runs around 10 minutes longer than the DVD version and contains one extra scene.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:19:44 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Iron Giant, The [Workprint]
This version runs around the same time as the DVD version, it contains some minor longer and shorter shots and incomplete animation throughout.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality C, 1:19:00 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Iron Man [TV Version]
This version runs around 3 minutes longer than the DVD version and contains some extra scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Anamorphic Widescreen, Quality A, 2:03:41 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Iron Man 3 [Extended Version]
This version runs around 4 minutes longer than the DVD version. It combines the DVD Version with the additional scenes from the Chinese Theatrical Version, which have been subtitled in English specifically for this version. It was not possible to complete an Extended Version Guide as it would interfere with the subtitles.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A, 2:14:08 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and footage of the Director discussing the Chinese Version


Island of Fire [Taiwan Version]
This version runs about 29 minutes longer than the US DVD.


Island Of Terror [Extended Version]
This version runs around the same time as the DVD version, it is taken from the uncut German and contains one additional shot of gore.
PAL DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A, 1:23:19 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


IT [Extended Version]
This version runs around a minute longer than the DVD version and is taken from the American Laserdisc. It is the original two part version which includes the opening scenes of part two, which are missing from the DVD version.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A/B, 1:35:44 & 1:36:02 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


It lives Again [TV Version]


It’s A Mad Mad Mad Mad World [TV Version]
This version runs around 18 minutes longer than the Criterion Blu Ray version, it contains many extra scenes and shots.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality B, 3:01:48 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


It’s Alive [TV Version]


Italian Job, The (2003) [TV Version]
For the US television version, Steve’s line “What the fuck happened to my truck?” has been replaced with alternate footage of him saying “What happened to my truck?”. It is not an overdub; it is a complete replacement.


Jackie Brown [TV Version]
FX


Jackie Brown [Workprint]
Letterboxed workprint with different opening credits.


Jacob’s Ladder [Workprint]


Jade [Extended Version] Details


Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday (1993) [TV Version]
This version runs around 2 minutes longer than the DVD version, it contains some extra scenes but it is cut in many places for swearing, violence and nudity.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 01:31:57 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide

Scenes in the network television version that do not appear in director’s cut:
– A scene in the cafe in which Steven makes a mock-prank phone call.
– Addional dialogue in Robert and Duke’s interview scene.
– Additional dialogue in the scene where Randy and Steven fight on the roadside and pull guns on one another.
– Extended scene in diner before Diana meets Duke.
– Brief scene of Randy cuffing Steven before taking him to his cell.
– Ed (chief) is introduced to Robert and tells him not to exploit Jessica as Jason’s sister in the media.
– Extended scene of Jessica giving Vicki the baby.
– Extended scene of Jessica walking through her darkened house after Jason cuts the power. She is seen slipping on the stairs and cutting her foot.
– Slightly extended scene of Vicki entering the diner with the baby. Scenes in director’s cut that do not appear in the R-rated version:
– The sex scene is longer and more graphic.
– Much more gory violence; nearly all characters cough up blood as they are being killed, the shot of the tent pole being rammed through the girl, the shot of the chubby guy’s hand being broken off, the shot of Robert(Jason) crushing the girl’s head and blood spurting out (she then says “go to hell”), Coroner(Jason swings the scalpel more times at the girl outside the tent.
– The shot of the creature crawling up Diana’s dress was also omitted from the R-rated version.
– After Jason leaves Josh’s body, his jaw can be seen on the floor as it melts. This was cut for the “R” rated version. The “R” version also omits most of the heart-eating scene near the beginning.


Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday (1993) [Workprint]
This version runs around 6 minutes shorter than the DVD version; it misses some scenes but contains many new scenes and a slightly different plot.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Timecoded, Quality B, 1:22:51 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide

The following appear in the workprint version only;
– Alternate dialogue in the cell scene with Steven and Duke.
– After Steven escapes from the police station, there is a scene showing him hide outside the diner as Vickie enters it.
– More dialogue in the scene where Ward finds Steven in the back of the diner adoring his baby.
– Before Jessica goes outside her house where Jason (in Robert’s body) attacks her, she is shown inside the dark house looking around the living room, and jumping at the sudden lightning storm.
– The creature that Duke fights with has grown to become a full-sized demon before Duke throws it into the basement.


Jason Lives: Friday the 13th Part VI (1986) [Workprint]
The workprint version, currently circulating as a bootleg, contains the sheriff’s backbreaking death in its entirety. The ending is also slightly altered; it excludes the profanity Tommy spouts at Jason, and the ensuing fight between Tommy and Jason both above and below the lake’s surface is longer. After Megan rescues Tommy and shoves the boat’s propeller into Jason’s neck, the shot of the gore spilling into the water is eliminated.


Jason X [Workprint]


Jaws (1975) [TV Version]
This version runs around 6 minutes longer than the DVD version and contains some scenes not present in any other version. It is also cut in places for swearing and violence.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 2:10:19 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide

Television versions feature additional scenes: extra scenes on TV included a longer discussion between the Mayor and Hendricks (the guy with the busted fence complains to the mayor) and one involving Quint buying piano wire from a music store.


Jaws (1975) [TV Version]
AMC Extended Version


Jaws 2 (1978) [TV Version A]
This version runs around 3 minutes longer than the DVD version and contains some scenes not present in any other version. It is also cut in many places for swearing and violence.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 1:59:09 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide

There are five scenes edited from the theatrical cut of the film that were re-added to the Television Version:
– Ellen, adding wine to the fruit punch, and tells the waitress to smile and look cute.
– Brody, given Peterson a parking ticket because, he was parking at a “No Parking” zone. Peterson tries to talk Brody out of giving him the ticket, and a half-exasperated half-joking Brody tells Peterson to just “pay the two dollars.”
– The Council argues about the incident at the beach before Brody turns up with the photograph. Len Peterson wears down Vaughn until he agrees that action needs to be taken against
– Brody.The Council goes into Mayor Vaughn’s office to take a vote to fire Brody; Mayor Vaughn alone votes against Brody’s firing.
– The shark attacks the helicopter pilot, after capsizing it underwater.


Jaws 2 (1978) [TV Version B]
Two additional scenes were shot but cut from the final version. These are not included as part of the “deleted scenes” on the DVD releases, however were originally included in ’80s Brazilian TV broadcasts and their first-generation CIC VHS. These scenes involve Hendricks and Red taking Tom Andrews and his partner out to the missing divers’ cruiser, where they dive on the wreck of the Orca and recover the divers’ camera. This scene takes place after the montage of the kids going day sailing (which ends with Doug being hit with the water balloon). Following this is the scene in Brody’s office where Phil Fogarty complains about the kid’s radio. Extended dialogue and interaction with the other irate townspeople present follows, including Brody conversing with (a recast) Polly.


Jaws 3 Workprint [Workprint] confirmed


Jaws 3-D (1983) [TV Version]
TV version used an alternate opening credit, entitling the movie “JAWS III” rather than “JAWS 3-D” for obvious reasons (although the animated graphic remained identical, with the words swooping out toward the camera).


Jaws 4 (aka Jaws The Revenge) [TV Version A]
This version runs around 4 minutes longer than the DVD version and contains some scenes not present in any other version, including an alternate ending. It is also cut in many places for swearing and violence.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 1:31:11 — Menu, Making Of Documentary, Trailer, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Jaws 4 (aka Jaws The Revenge) [TV Version B]
This version runs around a minute shorter longer than the DVD version and contains some extra shots and an alternate ending.
PAL DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:23:15 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back [Extended Version]


Jay And Silent Bob Strike Back [Workprint]
This version runs around a minute longer than the DVD version and contains some extra dialogue and some small extra scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality B, 1:40:25 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Jeepers Creepers 2 [Workprint] TO BE CONFIRMED!
with original opening


Jekyll And Hyde… Together Again [TV Version] Details


Jerk, The [TV Version]
This version runs around 2 minutes shorter than the DVD version, it is cut for language and sexual references but contains some extra scenes not present in any other version.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:31:26 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Jerky Boys [TV Version] Details


Jesus Of Nazareth [Extended Version] Details


Jingle All The Way [TV Version]
This version runs around 5 minutes longer than the DVD version, it is cut in places for language and violence but it contains some extra scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:27:07 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Joe’s Apartment [TV Version]


John Rambo (2008) [Extended Version]
This composite version runs around 4 minutes longer than the Director’s Cut version; it contains the Director’s Cut combined with the cut scenes from the theatrical version.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A, 1:42:04 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


John Rambo (2008) [Workprint]
This version contains no alternate footage and runs exactly the same as the DVD version.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A, 1:30:58 — Menu and Workprint Notes


Johnny Mnemonic [Extended Version]
This version runs around 8 minutes longer than the DVD version and was released in Japan. It contains some extra scenes and features a lot more of Takashi Kitano. It also contains alternate scenes, extra and alternate shots, additional dialogue and it misses some scenes. Some of the extra scenes are in Japanese with English Subtitles.
NTSC DVD-R, Anamorphic Widescreen, Quality A, 1:43:03 — Menu, Japanese Version Notes and a selectable Japanese Version Guide


Journey to the Center of the Earth (1959) [TV Version]
German TV version has some alternate scenes:
– the credit sequence is in a different, more colorful style
– Professor Lindenbrook comes into the lecture room from a different position
– the scene where the students are singing is deleted
– the piano scene is shorter and uses some material which is not present on the DVD


Joyride/Road Kill [Original Version] TO BE CONFIRMED!
With Alternate Ending


Judge Dredd [Workprint] TO BE CONFIRMED!
with clones awakening sequence


Jumanji [Workprint]
No differences with the DVD version.


Jungle of Fear [Workprint]
This is the unreleased Jess Franco film about a group of adventurers searching for a golden beetle. It is adapted from the Edgar Allan Poe story The Gold Bug
PAL DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality C, 2:05:50 — Menu


Juno [Extended Version]


Jurassic Park 2 The Lost World [TV Version]
This version runs around 6 minutes longer than the DVD version and contains two new scenes not present in any other version. It is also cut in one place for violence.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A/B, 02:13:03 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Jurassic Park 2 The Lost World [Workprint] TO BE CONFIRMED!


Jurassic Park 3 [35mm scan]


Jurassic Park 3 [Extended Version] TO BE CONFIRMED!


Just Before Dawn (1981) [Extended Version]
This composite version runs around 10 minutes longer than the DVD version and contains all the extra scenes from the American VHS combined with the UK DVD version. Thanks to Tranzor for creating this version.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:40:45 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Just Married [Workprint]
This version contains no alternate footage and runs exactly the same as the DVD version.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:34:48 — Menu and Workprint Notes


Karate Kid (1983) [Re-hersal Version]


Keep, The (1983) [TV Version]
This version runs around a minute shorter than the DVD version; it contains a few shots and an alternate ending not present in any other version. It is also cut in places for sex, dialogue and violence and also misses some scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A/B, 01:32:52 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide

Some television versions include additional footage after the original downbeat ending, showing Eva Cuza (‘Alberta Watson’ (qv)) turn around, entering the Keep and finding the body of Glaecen (‘Scott Glenn’), dead after the final battle with Molasar. Eva hugs Glaeken, who is revived by the power of her love. In the theatrical version, there is a scene in which Eva looks past Glaeken into a mirror behind him, and sees that he casts no reflection. Later, she sees that he as turned the mirror around. These scenes are missing from various video and cable versions. Another TV version features a different ending where Glaeken is seen carrying the dead Molasar in his arms in the inner chamber of the Keep. A strangely edited version that appeared on Channel 39 in Houston, TX around 1989 had a scene where Glaeken is telling Eva that it has been so long that he couldn’t remember what he looked like anymore. That version ended with Glaeken alive at the bottom of the gorge, wounded after his battle with Molasar, crawling to the stream there and seeing his reflection.


Keep, The (1983) [Workprint]
Michael Mann’s film, widescreen with extras


Kickboxer [Extended Version]
This version runs around 5 minutes longer than the DVD version and is taken from the UK VHS. It is cut in places for violence but it contains some extra scenes that are missing from the DVD.
PAL DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A/B, 1:38:06 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Kickboxer 2 [Greek/Cyprus VHS] Details


Kids In The Hall: Brain Candy [Workprint]
This version runs around a minute shorter than the DVD version; it contains several extra scenes, shots and alternate scenes, including an alternate ending. It also misses some scenes and changes the order of some scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 1:24:32 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Kill Bill [Alternate Version]
Whole Bloody Affair Edit


Kill Bill [Workprint]
This version contains no alternate footage and runs exactly the same as the DVD version. This version contains the reel countdowns and the studio stamp has not been blurred out.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A/B, 1:55:17 — Menu and Workprint Notes


Kill Bill: Vol 1 [Alternate Version]
Alternate Japan Cut


Kill Bill: Vol 2 [Alternate Version]
Alternate China Cut


Killer [Extended Version]
This version runs around 18 minutes longer than the DVD version and is taken from the Taiwanese DVD. It contains many extra shots throughout the entire film; it also changes the order of some shots and misses some.
PAL DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 2:04:10 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Killer Dead [Workprint]
Workprint with alternate soundtrack and deleted scenes.


Killer Klowns from Outer Space (1988) [TV Version]
This version runs around 6 minutes longer than the DVD version; it contains some extra scenes but is also cut in places for violence and sexual references.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:28:18 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide

The version shown on TV doesn’t include the biker’s head being “knocked” off by the clown riding the bike and subsequently going into the garbage can. However, the TV version does include an extra scene not in the video that deals with Debbie telling Mike about her fear of clowns while they are in the spaceship for the first time.


Killer Tongue [Workprint]
Letterboxed workprint.


Killing Zoe [Director’s Cut]
This version runs around 2 and a half minutes longer than the DVD version, it contains some extra scenes not present in any other version, all featuring violence or drug taking. Until now it was only available without subtitles during the French speaking scenes but I have added subtitles to this DVD.
PAL DVD-R, Anamorphic Widescreen, Dolby 5.1, Quality A, 01:38:33 — Menu, Audio Commentary Track, Deleted Scenes, Director’s Cut Notes and a selectable Director’s Cut Guide


King Kong (1976) [TV Version A]
This version runs around 48 minutes longer than the DVD version. It contains many extra scenes and shots throughout but it cut in places for violence and language.
NTSC DVD+R DL, Fullscreen, Quality A/B, 3:01:49 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide

The Film had 45 extra minutes of footage added to it for its two part TV premiere. Additional scenes include the following:
– A lengthy scene in a Surubaya bar showing Prescott drugging a Petrox crewman.
– A scene of Joe & Boan playing cards & being interrupted by a Captain Ross on the loudspeaker calling all hands to assemble in the mess room. Boan wisecracking about Petrox bought by Howard Hughes & working for the CIA.
– A scene of a Mexican crew member named Garcia spying on Dwan while she’s showering,ends with Jack tossing Garcia overboard with a life preserver.
– A scene showing the crew watching an old movie on TV. Roy Bagley observing the oil-like substance under a microscope, he swigs some wine & calls for a boat to take him ashore.
– Longer battle between Kong & the gigantic snake,ends with an alternate and less gory take of Kong killing the snake & beating his chest.
– Extra footage of Kong breaking through the wall.
– Before Jack enters Dwan’s dressing room he is confronted by a security guard.
– Additional dialogue between Dwan & Wilson.
– During Kong’s rampage a Petrox head executive tells Wilson he’s fired.
– After Kong steps on Wilson,the camera pulls back to reveal that all that’s left in Kong’s footprint is Wilson’s hat.
– A scene of Dwan & Jack talking & running down a street trying to hot-wire a Chevrolet Corvette.
– A scene of a car running in front of Kong, Kong picks it up (the car used was a 1974 Cadillac Fleetwood Brougham) & throws it against a building, where it explodes. The three hour, two-part television version also includes:
– A longer scene of Kong attacking the elevated train.
– A longer scene of Kong hiding from search helicopters at the East River waterfront.
– -Additional dialogue between Jack and Dwan in the
– bar.-Two brief, additional clips of the military gaurding the Queensboro Bridge.
– -An alternate, extended scene of Kong destroying the power station.
– -A longer scene of the City Official concurring with military advisors at City Hall, including a general telling the official they don’t have time to get Prescott’s head examined, and another advisor telling the official that standing around won’t get him votes.
– Extended scene of Kong peering in the window at Dwan in the bar.
– A short scene of a military official ordering jet fighters to be aborted and choppers sent in instead.
– A scene of Jack stealing a discarded ten-speed bike and racing after Kong down a New York
– street.Three short clips of Kong lumbering down Wall Street with Dwan in hand.
– A brief clip of the helicopter gunships taking off.
– An extended scene of Kong climbing the World Trade Center and pausing to rest a moment about halfway up.


King Kong (1976) [TV Version B]
NBC Network TV Version, 186 mins.


King Kong Lives [TV Version]
Uncut network television version


King of the Hill “Wings of a Dope” [Workprint]
This version runs the same time as the official version and has a few seconds of unfinished animation and one alternate shot.


Kingdom of the Sun [Workprint]
Unreleased later reworked into The Emperors New Groove


Kiss Of Death [Workprint]
Letterboxed workprint with alternate ending.


Kiss Of The Vampire [TV Version]
This version runs around 5 minutes longer than the DVD version and contains some extra scenes featuring a family that have no interaction with the main characters. It is also cut in places for violence and blood.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality C/D, 1:33:01 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Kiss, The [TV Version]


Knock Off [Workprint] TO BE CONFIRMED!


Knockaround Guys [Workprint]


L.A. Story (1991) [Extended Version]


L.A. Twister [Workprint]
This version has not been compared. It contains temporary end credits.


L’inchiesta (2006) [TV Version]
film.There are two versions of the film, a theatrical one (112′) and a TV one in two parts (190′ – 95′ each). The extended version premiered on Italian and is available on the Czech DVD edition. The TV version is highly recommended due to its complete script with a larger cast of relevant characters, which increases plot weight and eases the story understanding. Apart of some characters, a few secondary outlines appear despite of the cinema version. Sometimes, the short version seems to be cut off, but some viewer’s questions may be shown are fully solved in the most amusing TV version.


LA Confidential [Workprint]
This version contains no alternate footage and runs exactly the same as the DVD version.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Timecoded, Quality C, 2:17:26 — Menu and Workprint Notes


Lamp, The (aka The Outing) [Extended Version]
This version runs around the same time as the DVD version. It combines the DVD Version with the uncut rape scene from the VHS.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:25:25 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Last American Virgin, The (1982) [TV Version]
The television version was extended slightly in at least two places: In the school bathroom when Rick was explaining to Gary and David what the problem all of them were experiencing was, he says that the crabs were “a little present from Ruby.” When they went to the drugstore to seek a remedy after the attempt to “drown” them failed, they first talked to a female assistant before talking to the familiar male druggist. The “Assistant Druggist” character appears in the end credits, but not in the version on VHS or DVD.


Last Days Of Disco [Workprint]
This version contains no alternate footage and runs exactly the same as the DVD version.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 1:53:59 — Menu and Workprint Notes


Last Don, The [Extended Version]
Rare 156 min version, very rare


Last Shark, The (aka Greate White) [Unreleased]
Released theatrically then pulled form theaters in North America. This movie will never be released to video because of the legal issues surrounding it.- However, It’s the best Shark movie since Jaws


Last Woman On Earth [TV Version]
This version runs around 7 minutes longer than the DVD Version and contains two extra scenes that were filmed after the release to increase the running time for television.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:11:18 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Lawnmower Man Director’s Cut [Extended Version]
This version runs around 32 minutes longer than the DVD version. It is the Directors Cut which is taken from the American Laserdisc and contains several extra scenes.
NTSC DVD+R DL, Widescreen, Quality A, 2:20:52 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Leatherface The Texas Chainsaw Massacre Part 3 [Workprint Version A]
This version runs around 30 seconds longer than the Unrated DVD version; it has many gore scenes cut but does feature a few exclusive shots and the alternate ending. The timecode is in the top left hand corner.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Timecoded, Quality B/C, 1:22:13 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Leatherface The Texas Chainsaw Massacre Part 3 [Workprint Version B]
This version runs around 6 minutes longer than the Unrated DVD version, it has extra scenes and shots but it also misses some scenes. It also changes the order of some scenes, has alternate off screen dialogue and countdowns between scenes. The timecode is at the bottom of the screen.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Timecoded, Quality B/C, 1:27:25 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Leauge of Extraordinary Gentlemen, The [Extended Version]
The Supplemental disc includes over 5 deleted scenes not seen on the standard dvd. Over 17 minutes more of deleted footage.


Legal Eagles (1986) [TV Version]
SPOILER: The syndicated broadcast version offers a considerably changed ending, in which the Daryl Hannah character goes from being innocent of murder to being guilty of one of the murders. (There are also differently edited versions of the Chelsea-is-guilty ending.)


Legend [TV Version]
Universal Syndicated TV Version with different footage, opening narration


Legend [Workprint]
European Release Version, Widescreen, alternate footage not seen in any other version


Legend [TV Version]
This version runs around the same time as the DVD Version, it contains some extra scenes but also misses a small amount of footage after each commercial break pause.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 1:29:05 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Lejdis [Workprint]
This version has not been compared.


Leprechaun [Workprint]


Liar Liar [Workprint]


License To Drive [Uncut Version]


Lion King [Workprint]
This version runs around 7 minutes shorter than the DVD version; it contains some extra scenes and dialogue but it also misses many scenes, particularly during the final act. It also contains incomplete animation throughout.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality C, 1:13:19 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Lion King 2: Simba’s Pride [Workprint] TO BE CONFIRMED!
Workprint with rough pencil sketches, storyboards etc.


Lionheart (1990) [Extended Version]
This version runs around 3 minutes longer than the DVD version but is the International Version which contains some extra scenes and shots. It also misses some scenes. The was released in the UK, Australia and Europe but the only widescreen version is the French release which is now out of print.
PAL DVD-R, Anamorphic Widescreen, Quality A, 1:43:52 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Lisa [Workprint]
Workprint of letterboxed copy labeled “Property of United Artists”. The opening credits look very unfinished. Many sound effects are also missing/different.


Little Darlings (1980) [TV Version]
This version runs around a minute shorter than the DVD version, it misses many sexual references but contains several extra scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B/C, 1:33:36 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide

NBC broadcast this film in early 1983 (and reran it in mid-1984) using an alternate version complete with originally cut footage to replace the risqué material as well as sloppy dubbing to cover up all traces of “virginity loss”. In one case, when Cinder asks Sunshine to “play something sexy” on her flute, the dubbing changed the line to “play something SULTRY.” In place of “whoever loses her virginity first–wins!” came the change “whoever gets a guy first–wins!” There was also a fairly large scene brought out of the vault which had Angel saving Ferris from drowning after Ferris’ boat capsizes in a storm. Other new scenes: the hijacked bus breaking down just outside of Camp Little Wolf, forcing the girls to walk back with the condom machine; Miss Nichols asking each of the girls if they know anything about one of the campers being involved with Mr. Callahan; the girls going to Miss Nichols to confess their story (to get Gary out of trouble), including a reluctant Cinder (sporting a black eye from Sunshine’s sock to her face).


Little Mermaid, The [Workprint]
This version only contains approximately 18 minutes of footage, it features three songs and part of the ending. There is no alternate footage and there is incomplete animation throughout. This disc also contains a Press Presentation that features various songs with storyboard footage, color models and a trailer.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality C, 17:58 & 20:48 — Menu and Workprint Notes


Little Rascals, The (1994) [TV Version]
This version runs around 3 minutes longer than the DVD version, it has some small cuts but contains some extra scenes not present in any other version.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A, 1:25:18 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide

Original theatrical prints and subsequent broadcastings on ABC are longer by several minutes, with the following additional material:
– Porky and Buckwheat both figure out through Petey that the note is for an emergency meeting.
– Additional dialogue in the He-Man Woman (‘womun’) Haters Club.
– Additional dialogue between Alfalfa and Darla on the boat.
– Right before the clubhouse fire, Stymie remarks “What’s that smell?” (this better explains why Alfalfa looks in the clubhouse).
– During the clubhouse fire, a fire truck shows up which the rascals think is for them, but it drives past and turns down another street.
– Additional dialogue during the court scene.
– The gag with the two bearded men at the bank is taken further. Mr. Welling thinks it’s another trick and grabs their beards, angering them and losing their business of investing $2 million
– dollars.When Buckwheat is searching for the note for Darla, she also adds: “Is this going to take all day?”
– After Butch says “This will be like stealing candy from a baby”, Woim also says, “Last time we stole candy, we ended up with the chicken pox.”
– Alfalfa tells Petey that love got him “conviction, probation, a frog in his leotard, and a butt naked chase”.
– When Alfalfa asks to be in the talent show, Mrs. Crabtree says that they’re all booked up. Alfalfa then lies and says his Aunt would die if she didn’t hear him sing.
– Darla confronts Alfalfa after he sings at the talent show and Alfalfa replies that he heard her compliment him, inadvertently revealing that it was him at the ballet recital. Waldo then tells Alfalfa that he’s entered in the race.
– During the building of ‘The New Blur’ montage, 2 of the club members steal the wheels off of a baby carriage.


Little Shop Of Horrors [Workprint]
This version runs around 12 minutes longer than the DVD version; it contains many extra shots, extra scenes, alternate scenes, additional dialogue and an alternate ending.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B/C, 1:40:59 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Living Daylights, The [Workprint]
This version runs around 25 minutes shorter than the DVD version and misses all the main actions scenes. However it contains some extra scenes, one of which is a deleted scene from the DVD.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality B, 1:42:41 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Loaded Weapon 1 (1993) [TV Version]
This version runs around 13 minutes longer than the DVD version; it is cut in places for language and nudity but contains some extra scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 01:30:41 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide

The version seen on cable broadcasts contains scenes omitted from the the home video release. This includes a scene where Wes Luger spins a gameshow wheel in the police station and a longer scene of Luger trying to find a picture of Sgt. York in the Squealer Motel.


Lollapalooza [Workprint]


Lonely Guy [TV Version] Details
Universal Syndicated TV version with additional/alternate footage


Look Who’s Talking Too [TV Version]
This version runs around 6 minutes longer than the DVD version; it is cut in places for language but contains some extra scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A, 1:22:58 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Looker (1981) [Extended Version]
This composite version runs around 7 minutes longer than the DVD version and contains the extra scene from the Television Version.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A/B, 1:41:29 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Looker (1981) [TV Version] Details
The broadcast television version contains additional footage, including a scene where Reston (‘James Coburn (I)’ (qv)) explains to Dr. Roberts (‘Albert Finney’ and Cindy (‘Susan Dey’) why Digital Matrix had the “perfect” models killed.


Looper [Chinese Version] Details


Los Enchiladas [Workprint]


Lost Highway [Workprint]
This version contains no alternate footage and runs exactly the same as the DVD version.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality C, 02:14:22 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Lost In Space [Workprint]
Letterboxed, timecoded workprint.


Love at First Bite (1979) [TV Version]
The TV version has an additional scene of Vlad being seduced by a lonely housewife on the subway


Love, Honour & Obey [Workprint] TO BE CONFIRMED!


MacArthur (1977) [TV Version]
TBS (Turner Broadcasting Station) shown an extended version never seen before. This version had never before seen footage Starring James Shigeta as General Yamashita. There are scenes of him reviewing Macarthur’s military background. His aid pleading his surrender and Macarthur’s refusal to pardon him after his war crime trial.


Machinist, The [Workprint]
This version contains no alternate footage and runs exactly the same as the DVD version.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality B, 1:40:28 — Menu and Workprint Notes


Mad Max 2 [TV Version]
This version runs around the same as the DVD version but contains some extra and alternate shots not seen in any other version. It is also cut for violence and swearing
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 1:35:35 — Menu, TV Version Notes, Making Of and a selectable TV Version Guide


Mad Max 2 [Uncut Version]
This version runs a few seconds longer than the DVD version, it contains two uncut scenes and some extended dialogue. It is taken from the original British VHS.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 1:31:38 — Menu, Uncut Version Notes, Short Stunt Documentary and a selectable Uncut Version Guide


Mad Max 2 The Road Warrior [Extended Version]
Network television lost version; includes over 20 mins of deleted and alternate scenes; also includes rare trailers.


Mad Max Beyond The Thunderdome [Original Version/Workprint] TO BE CONFIRMED!


Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome [TV Version]


Madonna Truth or Dare [Workprint A]
This version has alternate narration, unedited vocal in concert scenes, and also some extra scenes.


Madonna Truth or Dare [Workprint B]
This version has alternate narration, unedited vocals in concert scenes and some scenes are edited differently.


Major League (1989) [TV Version]
An edited-for-television version of the film featured a revised scene depicting the removal of the final piece of the YOU GUYS STINK / Rachel Phelps Cut-out. Lou Brown can be seen (and heard) asking, “Should I take it off ?” After he does, the rest of the players cheer loudly, though the fully unclothed cutout is never shown. In the spring training scene in which Dorn challenges his prescribed calisthenics, an edited-for-television version of the film has Lou Brown blowing his nose in Dorn’s contract rather than urinating on it. Also edited out of television is a scene in which Jake Taylor’s character follows his ex-fiancé home in a bullpen go-cart and enters her house to talk to her. This scene is referred to on the DVD as, ‘the Last Hurrah’.


Mallrats [TV Version]
This version runs around 5 minutes shorter than the DVD version; it is cut in places for language and sexual references but contains some extra scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A/B, 1:26:17 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Man Apart, A (aka El Diablo) [Workprint]
This version runs around 20 minutes longer than the DVD version and is the original alternate version titled “El Diablo”. It contains many extra and alternate scenes, it misses some scenes and the final 15 minutes of the film is completely alternate.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality B, 2:01:48 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Man’s Best Friend (1993) [TV Version] Details
TV version also has an extended scene where Lori is taking out the trash and finds the empty box of the poison that Perry tried to poison Max with, while Rudy is making his milk shake. The version on USA Network includes scenes cut from the theatrical Version:
– A scene where Lori and her boyfriend Perry are on couch on the first night with Max outside the patio door, where Lori remarks “look how he become attached to me already.”
– A scene where Lori does her last story on Max, just after Max dies in the scene in the Lab before we cut to three month later, where Lori meets with Rudy to show her the puppies.
– Scene where Ray has his balls biten off by Max is cut, jumps right to Emaxx lab scene right as Max goes for Ray.
– In the TV Version, the scene when Max escapes, when lori and Anne are in the lab when Dr. Jarret throws down his duffles to the floor as max ignores his commands to “enter” He says “damn it” instead of his real words “God damn it”.
– The scene of the mutilated mugger is removed all you see are the detectives looking at the dead body.
– The scene where Lori and Anne are trying to escape from Emaxx after being caught by the guard, when they reach parting elevator doors, revealing Dr. Jarret, Anne’s original response “Shit” is subsitited for “great”.


Manhunter [Extended Version]
This composite version runs around 11 minutes longer than the DVD version; it contains all the scenes from the theatrical cut, the director’s cut and the hybrid cut. Thanks to Leonenut for creating this version.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A, 2:11:01 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Maniac Cop [TV Version]


Maniac Cop [Extended Version]
This version runs around 6 minutes longer than the standard DVD version and contains seven deleted scenes featuring the Mayor. These are featured as extras on the Anchor Bay DVD.
PAL DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:30:48 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Maniac Cop 2 [Extended Version]
This composite version runs a few seconds longer than the DVD version. It contains the UK DVD version combined with the uncut scene from the German DVD Version. The film is in English language.
PAL DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:23:48 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Mansfeld (2006) [TV Version]
An extended TV version was also made. This version includes a subplot, which takes place in present day Canada.


Marcy May Marlene [Workprint]


Mars Attacks [TV Version]


Martha Marcy May Marlene [Workprint]
This version runs around 8 minutes longer than the DVD version; it contains some extra scenes but also contains alternate shots throughout the entire film. It also changes the order to many scenes and misses some scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Anamorphic Widescreen, Quality A, 1:45:29 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein (1994) [Workprint]
This version runs around 10 minutes longer than the DVD version and contains both uncut footage and deleted scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Timecoded, Quality B, 2:09:01 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide

There is a workprint circulating which contains gore which was cut to earn an “R” rating, as well as other scenes, including the Fay Ripley scene and the re-animated dog scene.


Mask Of Zorro, The [Workprint] TO BE CONFIRMED!
Letterboxed, timecoded workprint with deleted scenes.


Mask, The [Workprint]
This version runs around 20 minutes longer than the DVD version and contains many extra scenes (including the deleted scenes on the DVD), a lot of extra dialogue and unfinished effects. Jim Carrey acts out many scenes before CGI has been added in.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Timecoded, Quality C, 1:54:05 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Masquerade (1988) [TV Version]
A TV version exists where there is a much longer conversation between Tim Whalen (Rob Lowe) and Brooke Morrison (Kim Cattrall) in bed in which they discuss her numerous affairs with other men. Secondly, Olivia Lawrence (Meg Tilly) discusses with Tim about their past summer before they met. This scene is in her Manhattan apartment either before or after Olivia’s meeting with her attorneys. Thirdly, Olivia approaches Tim overlooking the window and starts to kiss him passionately.


Matrix, The [Workprint]
This is an extremely rare workprint from a test screening of the Matrix. This version contains no licensed music other than the main soundtrack. There is music missing from 7 scenes.


Mausoleum [Workprint]


Maximum Overdrive [TV Version]


Me Myself and Irene [TV Version]


Meatballs [TV Version]


Men In Black [Workprint]
This version runs around a minute shorter than the DVD version but contains some extra scenes, alternate scenes and additional dialogue.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality B, 1:29:52 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Metalbeast [TV Version]


Midway (1976) [TV Version]
This version runs around 46 minutes longer than the DVD version. It contains many extra scenes, most of which were filmed about the theatrical release, and it also contains title cards showing locations, dates and names.
NTSC DVD+R DL, Fullscreen, Quality A, 2:58:10 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide

A television version exists, with additional cast and plot. It runs four hours with commercials. The main plot points are a Charlton Heston-Susan Sullivan romance and the Coral Sea battle (reffered to in the other version) is played out like the Midway battle. At the end of the TV version, Sullivan and Christine Kukobo are both shown waiting dockside.


Mighty Joe Young [Workprint]
This version runs around 6 minutes longer than the DVD version. It contains some extra scenes, shots and lines of dialogue. It also contains unfinished animation in places and reel countdowns.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Timecoded, Quality B, 1:54:02 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Mighty, The [Workprint] TO BE CONFIRMED!


Mimic [Workprint]
This version runs around 3 minutes shorter than the DVD version. It contains some extra scenes, extra shots, alternate shots and an alternate ending; however it also misses some scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality B, 1:36:56 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Mindwarp [Workprint]


Minority Report [Workprint]
This version contains no alternate footage and runs exactly the same as the DVD version.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality B, 2:25:00 — Menu and Workprint Notes


Mission Impossible 2 [Original Version/Workprint] TO BE CONFIRMED!


Molly [Workprint] TO BE CONFIRMED!
Letterboxed workprint with deleted scenes.


Money Pit, The (1986) [TV Version]
This version runs around 3 minutes longer than the DVD version; it is cut in places for language and sexual references but contains some additional scenes not present in any other version.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:31:25 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide

Several scenes are different or added to the television version. The TV version offers an extended scene when Walter tries to carve his name and Anna’s on the tree. More than one tree falls, explaining why Walter comes in the house and says they have weak trees, instead of just one tree. In between the shots of the realtor stamping the house sheet with a “SOLD”, and Walter and Anna moving in, there is a scene with Walter and Anna in the house discussing how drunk they were on a trip to Puerto Rico.


Monster Dog (1984) [Extended Version] Details


Monster Squad [TV Version]
This version runs around 6 minutes longer than the DVD version. It contains some extra scenes but it is cut for swearing.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 1:21:43 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Mortal Kombat [TV Version] TO BE CONFIRMED!
TBS


Mortal Kombat [Workprint]
This version runs around a minute longer than the DVD version, it contains some alternate shots and lines of dialogue. It also contains an alternate soundtrack and unfinished special effects.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality C, 1:31:11 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Mortal Kombat Annihilation [Original Version] TO BE CONFIRMED!


Motel Hell [TV Version]


Mothers Little Helpers [Workprint]


Moulin Rouge [Workprint] Details


Mr. Bean Episode Collection [Extended Version]
This disc contains two episodes, Do It Yourself Mr. Bean and Back To School Mr. Bean. Do It Yourself Mr. Bean runs around 2 minutes longer than the DVD version, it contains two longer shots and an extra scene. Back To School Mr. Bean runs around a minute longer than the DVD version, it contains two longer shots and two extra scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A/B, 28:01 & 25:32 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Mummy Tomb Of The Dragon Emporer [Workprint]
This version contains no alternate footage and runs exactly the same as the DVD version.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Timecoded, Quality A, 2:17:26 — Menu and Workprint Notes


Mummy, The (1999) [Workprint]
Differences unknown.


Muppet Christmas Carol [TV Version]
16:9 Widescreen Version of the 89-min. Extended Version with “When Love is Gone”


Muppets Christmas Carol, The [Extended Version]
This version runs around 3 minutes longer than the DVD version and is taken from the VHS release, it contains one additional scene.
PAL DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:25:31 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Murder by Death (1976) [TV Version]
This version runs around 4 minutes longer than the DVD version, it is cut in places for language but it contains some scenes not present in any other version.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B/C, 1:34:48 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide

The original ABC Network broadcast of the film contained four additional scenes not found in the theatrical or DVD version. 1. Jessica Marbles’ taxi driver (played by Peter Sellers) requests a large fare. 2. Dick and Dora Charleston narrowly avoid running over Tess Skeffington, who is walking back to Sam Diamond’s car from a service station because she and Sam ran out of gas. Satisfied that Tess is all right, the Charlestons simply drive off, leaving her there. 3. When Willie Wang covers up the body of Twain, he finds a note in Twain’s hand and smugly announces this to the others. 4. As the detectives drive away from Twain’s house at the end of the film Inspector Wang and Willie pass another car carrying Sherlock Holmes (‘Keith McConnell’ (qv)) and Dr. Watson (‘Richard Peel’) heading towards the Twain home. When Willie asks his father “Why didn’t you warn them?” Wang replies “Let idiots find out for themselves.”


Murder Set Pieces [Workprint]
This version runs around 15 minutes longer than the Unrated DVD version. It contains some extra shots and scenes, changes the order to some scenes and also misses some shots of gore.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality B, 1:45:15 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


My Best Friend’s Wedding [Workprint]
This version runs around an hour longer than the DVD version. It contains many extra scenes, dialogue and an alternate ending. It also contains many scenes that are acted differently.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Timecoded, Quality B, 2:37:36 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


My Best Friends Birthday [Workprint]
This version runs at approx 36 minutes . it is Quentin Tarantinos 1st short film he did but the last reel of the completed film got The original cut was about 70 minutes long but due to a fire only 36 minutes of the film survived. This 36 minute cut has been shown at several film festivals. It has never been officially released.


My Cousin Vinny (1992) [TV Version]
During the filming of the movie, an alternate version of the film was shot for television viewing. It omits all cursing not by bleeping or covering the words, but the actors themselves shortening or changing their lines. This version is usually seen on Fox Networks.


My Favorite Year (1982) [TV Version]
The version of “My Favorite Year” syndicated to (American) broadcast television contains at least three extra scenes:
– At the beginning of the film, Benjy Stone is carrying a cardboard cutout of Alan Swann into the RCA Building; as he dashes to an elevator in the lobby, the theatrical version jumps to Benjy’s arrival in the writers’ office. But in the broadcast version, we see Benjy take the elevator up; also on the elevator is K.C., who ignores Benjy’s attempts to engage her in conversation.
– The broadcast version extends the rehearsal of the “Boss Hijack” sketch to include several more pieces of business, including the illusion of steam shooting out of King Kaiser’s ears.
– Following Benjy and Alan’s wild horse ride through Central Park, the broadcast version adds a shot of the horse parked in front of the Waldorf Astoria Hotel.


My Sisters Keeper [Workprint]


Nadja [Workprint]
This version runs around 14 minutes longer than the DVD version, it contains some extra scenes, many extra shots and some additional dialogue. However it also misses some scenes and shots.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B/C, 1:42:52 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Naked Gun 2½: The Smell of Fear, The (1991) [TV Version]
This version runs around 5 minutes longer than the DVD version; it contains some extra scenes but is also cut in places for language and sexual references.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:31:13 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide

On the TV version, many scenes are added:
– There is a continuation of the scene in which Frank accidentally bumps into the cement truck and the truck starts dumping it’s contents in another car.
– After Frank tells Ed “No not right now, we’ve got work to do”, we see a new scene of Frank, Ed, and Nordberg walking out of the station and passing the Mayor looking sadly at her now hardened cement covered car along with a construction worker trying to break it off with a jackhammer.
– Right after Frank says “Just keep him (Hector Savage) busy” and shuts the lid of the tank he’s driving, he starts looking at the controls trying to decide which ones to use and which ones not to use. Then he spots an actual key which he starts turning and the tank starts idling.
– When Frank goes to Jane’s apartment with the flowers(which are now stems), they change the scene completely at this point. Frank starts walking around her place and commenting on how nice it is. He soon enters a room with a window open and a lot of wind starts coming in. It is established that Jane lives near a railway station. At one point a mailbag flies in the room into Frank’s arms. Right after that, Jane then says “I’m making a Protein Shake”.
– When Frank, Jane and Dr. Meinheimer are in the building that blew up at the beginning, and they walk through the research area where he drops his hat, the scene ends in the movie version with Jane walking away with the Quentin Hapsburg, and Frank standing there. In the TV version, green ooze explodes from the machine, Jane asks where Frank’s hat is, and then Frank runs out while the green ooze pours out the door. As he runs out he notices a sign telling how long the research area went without problems.
– In the bar scene, Ed and Frank discuss the various girls Frank went out with while trying to forget about Jane.
– When Frank falls through the glass and is captured by the pollution group, Quentin goes through a detailed explanation of how he’ll be torturing Frank before killing him.
– At the scene at the dinner at the end, when Nordberg plays the guitar and the old lady tosses him the keys, there is a scene with him walking off and tossing the keys to President Bush.
– At the beginning at the presidential dinner before the lobster scene, there are 2 scenes added. One involves Frank yanking a Cuban cigar out of the Cuban ambassador’s mouth and yelling at him about supporting Cubans, and another involves him mistaking Winnie Mandela for being in the groups Martha & The Vandellas and The Chiffons.
– There are added scenes in the sex scene between Frank and Jane (like a gas pump put into a car’s gas entrance).
– Before Frank goes to the mansion for dinner, there is an added scene before he arrives and greets the mayor (how many animals escaped…?). Quentin hands a huge check to a thug played by producer Robert K. Weiss, and then cashes it for him right there.
– When Hector Savage says “I want a car out front! Something fun! A Porsche!”. Instead of immediately saying “I want a ticket to Jamaica”, Ed speaks up on the megaphone and says “Can’t do that Savage!” and throws out different types of cars they could give him.
– When Frank gets the tank moving he drives directly up to Savage’s front door. Instead of immediately knocking the door down, a mechanical hand pops out of the ram and simply pushes the doorbell!
– When Frank gets beat up by the football players, there is a new scene of Ed and Nordberg in their regular outfits along with Dr. Meinheimer, coming to his aid saying “Hey! We’re police officers! Hold it!”. Frank is still dazed. Ed says “Hang on, I’ll get you some water!” Meanwhile Meinheimer’s just staring at Frank to see if he’s OK. Frank starts to see a blurry image of Meinheimer and thinks it’s Earl Hacker(the fake Dr.) and starts beating up on him again. The football guys come back, see this, and start beating up Frank again(also if you listen closely they’ve incorporated the previous sound footage “Hey! Let’s get him! Beat up an old guy will ya!” for the new scene). Ed comes back with a glass of water which he hands to Frank. He tells him to look out for Quentin and heads for the stage with Dr. Meinheimer. Frank then takes the glass to his lips and winds up fainting in the process. Thus explains how the next time we see Frank, he’s holding an empty cup with money. He spilled the water when he fainted.
– Frank steals Quentin’s gun away while in the “bomb room” but is then tricked by Quentin to “LOOK!”, who then retrieves it.
– Frank and Jane trying to disarm the bomb has more dialogue. Jane, instead of flipping in the manual right to “How to disarm bomb” she starts out with introductions “So You’ve decided to buy a bomb….” and other captions with Frank telling her they don’t have much time to do this.


Naked Gun 33 1/3 [TV Version]
This version runs around 9 minutes longer than the DVD version; it contains some extra scenes but is also cut in places for language and sexual references.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:27:43 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide

A number of scenes were deleted (later added) for network TV viewing. Some of the scenes are:
– An extended scene of Drebin and Norberg discussing a TV soap opera when Norberg and Ed come to visit.
– An extra scene at the Karlson Clinic where after Drebin’s encounter with the dominatrix, he is shown afterwards in a wheelchair being pushed to the desk by a male nurse (Michael Boatman) who asks him to fill out the visitor forms. When Drebin is writing down his name, he sees Tanya receive a phone call and tries to get near her to listen in. When the male nurse returns, Drebin hides on a gurney covering himself with a sheet and the male nurse inadvertently wheels the gurney into an O.R. which says “penile implants.”
– The scenes of Drebin’s arrival undercover at the prison show additional prisoners in cells, including a real lion, and a mime in a cell with no bars and mimicking holding onto the imaginary bars.
– The scene in the cell with Rocco Dillon and Tyrone where Drebin introduces himself as Nick “The Slasher” McGerk, Junior, II saying that he’s killed the previous McGerks and more dialogue of him insulting Rocco.
– During Drebin’s encounter with the big hairy convict in the shower, the hairy convict comments how pretty Drebin is, and Drebin rubs the hairy convict’s back with soap as a token of
– appreciation.Drebin and Rocco’s escape tunnel digging is longer, featuring them disposing of the dirt in various jars in the mess hall, as well as feeding it to a long line of convicts during meal times.
– A scene with Drebin talking with the prison chaplain (Eric Christmas) about his life of crime.
– An extra scene of the getaway. After Drebin and Rocco accidentally come up under a funeral, they dig more and Drebin sticks his head up on a football field, with the football ready for a free kick right on top of his head. The TV version changes a scene. When Frank is alone with Tanya at the Academy Awards, the theatrical & video version shows Frank, but only Tanya’s shadow is seen as she stands in front of him. She removes her dress to reveal in her shadow that she’s a man. On the TV version, we instead see Frank kneeling by her waist and it actually shows her (not her shadow) as she removes her dress and reveals her hairy legs. A June airing of the movie on USA Network added a split-screen at the end, with the left side featuring rolling credits, and the right side featuring outtakes. Outtakes included several scenes of the Control Room Director at the Academy Awards, and flubbed lines by Leslie Nielsen, among others. Many of the scenes added in the Network TV version are on the Region 6 DVD of this movie.


Naked Gun: From the Files of Police Squad!, The (1988) [TV Version]
This version runs around 5 minutes longer than the DVD version; it contains some extra scenes but is also cut in places for swearing and sexual references.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 1:30:56 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide

The USA TV version is extended in several places:
– The scene with Nordberg’s wife at the hospital is expanded to include to more dialogue and a different ending: as the group leaves the room Frank flips a couple switches on the wall, which he thinks are for the lights, not knowing that he has shut down Nordberg’s life support system. As they walk down the hall after leaving the room, hospital staff rush by headed for Nordberg’s room. Without looking where they are headed Frank comforts Wilma by saying, “just be glad you’re not that guy’s wife”.
– Drebin’s “interview” with the dock worker is extended. The “would this help” (and giving $20) joke/interplay goes on much longer and it becomes evident that Drebin is familar with the worker’s family.
– As in the theatrical version, when Drebin returns to the hospital to check on Nordberg and sees that the guard is gone, he tells a nurse to call the police. Here we get to see the nurse calling the police and trying to use the police emergency codes.
– Drebin’s walking monologue (ending with “And where the Hell was I?”) has many new scenes, such as Drebin going into a public shower, and extra dialogue to fill the time.
– Drebin’s break-in at Ludwig’s apartment contains new scenes including trouble with a bear-skin rug and difficulty opening the window.
– When the mayor chastises Drebin for breaking into Ludwig’s apartment, there are different camera angles.
– A new scene of Ludwig back at his trashed apartment (after the fire) vowing revenge.
– The fight at the hot dog factory has a longer fist fight scene.
– At the Queen’s banquet, there are several changes including: discussions of Al and the hat he’s wearing, new dialogue and cake footage, new speech introductions.
– In the theatrical version, after Frank is fired we see him back at Police Squad cleaning out his desk. In this version, we also see Al crying (lots of water), new dialogue, Drebin trashing his desk which turns out to really be Al’s.
– The baseball game has a few modifications: originally we saw the Queen passing food from a vender, now we see her also passing the money to pay for it; during the montage of baseball’s funniest moments, there is a new shot of a family having a picnic in the outfield; and during a conference on the pitcher’s mound, they discuss financial matters and not baseball.
– The final confrontation with Ludwig in the upper decks is also extended. First, Ludwig shoots at a bunch of cops. Then Drebin arrives. Ludwig shoots him but the catcher’s chest protector that he’s still wearing stops the bullet. The chest protector then deflates like a balloon. At this point it rejoins the theatrical version where we can see that Drebin’s chest protector is shrunken. Originally, there was no explanation for this.


Napoleon Dynamite [Workprint]


National Lampoon Presents Dorm Daze [Workprint]
This version contains no alternate footage and runs exactly the same as the DVD version.
PAL DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality B, 1:32:12 — Menu and Workprint Notes


National Lampoon’s European Vacation (1985) [TV Version]
Some alternate takes of scenes were filmed especially for television, toning down the raunchy nature. For example, the female aerobic dancers in the television version are wearing tops.Another alternate take was of Rusty and the girl he meets in Germany. In the theatrical/video version, as they kiss, she unbuttons her uniform and Rusty stares at her breasts which we see. The alternate was her unbuttoning it and having a bra on. This take is on all U.S television versions of the film today. N.B. The UK broadcast version is uncut. When aired on TV, the scene where the Griswalds leave the house of people they thought were Helga and Fritz, Helga’s reply (to Fritz’s question of who the hell they were) of ‘Beats the shit out of me’ was changed to ‘Damned if I know.’ In the more recent TV airings, the original phrase was there with the word ‘shit’ blured on the subtitle. In the scene where Ellen sees the billboard with her picture on it advertising the stolen homemade porno flick, there are three different versions of the subtitles that explain the title. One is “The Wet Hot Wife,” which appeared on the laserdisc version. Another was “The Slut in the Showers,” which appeared in some televised versions. And the final was “The Whore in the Hot Tub,” which appeared on one of the VHS incarnations. When aired on TV, Clark’s song “The Sound of Griswald” was altered; “This shit’s been around for a very long time” was changed to “This stuff’s been around for a very long time.”


National Lampoon’s Senior Trip [TV Version] Details


National Lampoon’s Vacation [TV Version].
This version has a couple alternate shots.


Natural Born Killers [Workprint]
This version runs around 17 minutes longer than the Directors Cut version and contains many extra scenes, extra dialogue and an alternate ending. It also misses many scenes and changes the order of scenes/shots.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality B, 2:16:11 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Necronomicon [Extended Version]
This version runs around the same time as the DVD version and is taken from the uncut Japanese Laserdisc. It contains some additional shots of gore.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A, 1:36:55 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Needful Things (1993) [TV Version]
This version runs around 1 hour and 8 minutes longer than the DVD version; it contains many extra scenes but is also cut in places for violence and swearing.
NTSC DVD+R DL, Fullscreen, Quality B, 03:06:57 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Nemesis [Director’s Cut]
This version runs around 8 minutes shorter than the DVD version; it misses many scenes but contains a few extra shots. It also misses the narration.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:28:12 — Menu, Directors Cut Notes and a selectable Directors Cut Guide


Nemesis [Extended Version]
This version runs around the same time as the DVD version and is a combination of the Japanese Laserdisc and the uncut nudity scenes from the DVD. It contains some extra scenes, some alternate dialogue and an alternate ending. Thanks to Anthony Watson for the transfer.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:36:08 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Nest, The [TV Version]


Neverending Story, The [Extended Version]
This version runs around 8 minutes longer than the DVD version and has only been released only in Germany. It contains some extra scenes, several extra shots and additional lines of dialogue. It also features an alternate soundtrack in places.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A, 1:41:09 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Next Friday [Workprint] TO BE CONFIRMED!
Letterboxed workprint.


Nick Fury Agent Of Shield [Uncut Version]
Uncut television edit


Nick Of Time [TV Version]
This version runs around 2 minutes longer than the DVD version, it is cut in places for language and violence but it contains two extra scenes not present in any other version.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality B, 1:29:21 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Night at the museum [TV Version]
Premiere


Night Of The Creeps [Workprint]
Theatrical Release Version in 16:9 Widescreen


Night Of The Creeps [TV Version A]
This version runs around 5 minutes longer than the DVD version. It is cut in places for language, violence and nudity but it contains some extra scenes and an alternate ending.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B/C, Finnish Subtitles, 1:33:49 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Night Of The Creeps [TV Version B]
This version runs around 3 minutes longer than the DVD version. It is cut in places for language, violence and nudity but it contains some extra scenes and an alternate ending. Version B is much higher quality than Version A, however it has much more cut from it and also misses scenes that would have taken place after the commercial breaks.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A, Finnish Subtitles, 1:27:13 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Night of the Demons [TV Version]


Night of the Living Dead [TV Version]


Night Of The Living Dead (1990) [Workprint]
This version runs around 2 minutes longer than the DVD version and is the fully uncut X rated version which contains more gore.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 1:27:16 — Menu, Workprint Notes, Cut Footage Documentary, Behind The Scenes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Night of the Sorcerers [Extended Version]
This version features some footage that is cut from all other releases it is from the Japanese LaserDisc.


Nightbreed [TV Version]


Nightbreed [Workprint version A]


Nightbreed [Workprint Version B]


Nightbreed (aka Cabal) [Extended Version]
This version (Cabal Cut) runs around 21 minutes longer than the Director’s Cut. It combines the DVD version with scenes from two workprints and is the version that was shown at various festivals. It contains many extra and alternate scenes, shots and lines of dialogue.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A/B, 2:25:07 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Nightmare Before Christmas,The [Workprint]
This version runs around 7 minutes longer than the DVD version, it contains many extra shots, alternate shots, alternate dialogue and some extra scenes. It also features unfinished special effects throughout, an alternate soundtrack and the entire final act uses alternate shots.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality C/D, 1:18:44 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Nightmare Honeymoon [TV Version]
This version runs around 6 minutes longer than the DVD version, it is cut in places for violence, language and sexual references but it contains some extra scenes that are not present in any other version.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:35:04 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Nightmare on Elm Street, A – Part 5 [Uncut Version]
This version runs around the same time as the DVD version. It is taken from the American Laserdisc and is the full uncut version, which contains two scenes complete with extra gore.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:34:10 — Menu, Uncut Version Notes and a selectable Uncut Version Guide


Nightmare on Elm Street, A – Part 6 (1991) [Alternate Version]
Alternate Version on the first German DVD release and German “Final Edition” LaserDisc. German dubbed, no English Audio. Some Scenes are different takes some are cutted or longer. About 70 seconds of scenes missing, compared to the R-rated cut, and about 160 seconds more than the R-rated cut.


Nightmare on Elm Street, A – Part 6 (1991) [Workprint]


Nightmare on Elm Street, A (1984) [Extended Version]
This composite version runs around 9 minutes longer than the DVD version and contains deleted footage from the bonus features of the VHS, Laserdisc and DVD. Thanks to Dr Sapirstein for creating this version.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A/B, 1:40:18 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Nightmare Sisters (1988) [TV Version] Details
There is a alternate television version that is shown on The USA Network that is edited for language with all nude scenes cut. It also adds additional scenes shot for television that replace the deleted nude scenes including:
– An alternate transformation sequence of the three girls wearing lingerié replacing the nude transformation scene.
– An alternate pie eating sequence with the girls in lingerié.
– A completely new scene of the three girls in lingerié jumping up and down on a bed in the bedroom. They are playing with balloons and blowing bubbles (to match up with the audio soundtrack). This replaces the nude bubble bath sequence.
– A less explicit demon sex scene with Michele Bauer in her jungle outfit.


Nightwatch [Workprint Version C] TO BE CONFIRMED!
Workprint version, nearly an hour longer than released version


Nightwatch [Workprint Version A]
This version runs around 39 minutes longer than the DVD version, it contains many extra scenes, shots and lines of dialogue but it also misses many scenes. Version A is much longer but each version contains some scenes that are not present in the other.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality B, 2:19:54 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Nightwatch [Workprint Version B]
This version runs around 14 minutes longer than the DVD version, it contains many extra scenes, shots and lines of dialogue. It also misses many scenes and contains an alternate ending. Version A is much longer but each version contains some scenes that are not present in the other.
PAL DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality B, 1:51:26 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


No Retreat No Surrender [Alternate Version]
This version runs around 15 minutes shorter than the DVD version. It misses many scenes and also changes the order of many, however it does contain some new scenes and shots. It also contains an alternate soundtrack and an alternate dub for Bruce Lee.
PAL DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A/B, 1:19:13 — Menu, Alternate Version Notes and a selectable Alternate Version Guide


Notebook, The [TV Version]
This version runs around 12 minutes longer than the DVD version, it is cut in places for nudity but contains several extra scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 2:10:41 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Nuns on the Run (1990) [TV Version]
One version, such as the Fox television version, has an alternate scene. When the chinese man comes up to the car to ask why they are being followed, the newspaper Brian holds up to cover himself has a naked woman on the cover. In the television version, it is just a cover filled with news articles. This version is seen on FX and Fox’s owned and operated networks.


Nutt House, The (aka Nutty Hutt) [Workprint]
This version runs around 1 hour 34 minutes longer than the DVD version. It contains many extra scenes, shots, lines of dialogue and longer shots. It also misses the voiceover and contains incomplete special effects.
NTSC DVD+R DL, Fullscreen, Quality B/C, 3:04:43 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Nutt House, The (aka Nutty Hutt) [Workprint]
Three hour workprint.


Octopussy [Workprint] confirmed


Oh, God! Book II (1980) [TV Version]
At least three scenes appear in the broadcast TV version that do not appear on the DVD release: 1) Tracy buys an ice cream cone from God, who is working as an ice cream vendor in a park. 2) Later in the movie, in the sequence where Tracy is looking for God, she sees an ice cream vendor that she mistakes for God, and the man asks her what flavor she wants. 3) Some dialogue between Tracy and God in which they discuss having a “business lunch”. The first scene is referred to by Dr. Newall when he is discussing Tracy with her parents, and then later by Tracy herself at her hearing. The third scene is indirectly referenced by Tracy’s father remarking to her that if he were going to “sell the high qualities of a person, he would take that person to lunch.”


On Her Majesty’s Secret Service [TV Version]
This version runs around 10 minutes longer than the DVD version. It was shown on ABC in two parts and is edited differently; it features a voice over from James Bond throughout the first part. It is also cut for violence; it is missing some scenes and has an extra line of dialogue. The 10 minutes is made up of repeated scenes and recaps, there is no additional footage.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A, 02:21:17 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


On The Beach (2000) [Studio Edit]
This version contains no alternate footage and it misses one shot, however it does contain a still picture montage during the gap for the middle credits and a making of documentary while the end credits play.
PAL DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A/B, 3:20:01 — Menu, Studio Edit Notes and a selectable Studio Edit Guide


Once Upon A Time In The West [Extended Version]
This version runs around 12 minutes longer than the DVD version. It contains all the additional footage from the Italian language Director’s Cut combined with the English language DVD version. Thanks to Leonenut for creating this version.
PAL DVD+R DL, Widescreen, Quality A, 2:50:18 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


One Dark Night [Workprint]
This version runs about a minute longer than the theatrical version but has not opening or closing credits.


One Hour Photo [Workprint]
This version runs around 4 minutes longer than the DVD version; it contains many extra scenes and shots, changes the order of many scenes, has alternate voice overs and also misses some scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 1:33:57 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


One, The [Workprint]
This version runs around the same time as the DVD version, it contains a few extra shots but no additional scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Chinese Subtitles, Quality B/C, 1:20:35 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Only Fools & Horses – A Royal Flush [TV Version]
This version runs around 18 minutes longer than the DVD Version; it contains many extra scenes and dialogue that John Sullivan cut as he felt it showed Del Boy in a negative light.
PAL DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:16:06 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Only Fools & Horses – Episode Collection [TV Version]
This disc contains three episodes, Watching The Girls Go By, Tea For Three and Yuppie Love. Watching The Girls Go By runs around the same as the DVD version, it contains an extra scene but also misses some scenes and shots. Tea For Three runs around 2 minutes longer than the DVD version, it contains some extra scenes and lines of dialogue. Yuppie Love runs around a minute longer than the DVD version and contains a few extra scenes.
PAL DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 29:10 & 30:43 & 49:00 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Only Fools & Horses – Miami Twice [TV Version]
This version runs around 2 minutes longer than the DVD Version; it contains some extra scenes and is shown in the original two episode format, complete with a laughter track for part two.
PAL DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 49:48 & 1:33:04 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Only Fools & Horses – The Jolly Boys Outing [TV Version]
This version runs around 4 minutes longer than the DVD Version; it contains one extra scene that was cut from the DVD version as the BBC did not want to pay royalties for a song playing in the background.
PAL DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:23:53 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Opera [Workprint]
Letterboxed workprint with deleted scenes.


Orca (1977) [TV Version] Details
Network TV version had at least one additional scene where Nolan (Richard Harris) visits Annie (Bo Derek) at the hospital, after her leg was bitten off.


Orgazmo [Workprint]
This version contains no alternate footage and runs exactly the same as the DVD version.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality B, 1:34:59 — Menu and Workprint Notes


Out for Justice (1991) [TV Version]
This version runs around a minute longer than the DVD version, it is cut throughout for violence, language and sexual references but it contains some extra scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A, 1:29:49 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide

Old TV versions of the movie had some alternate scenes and dialogue to replace ones that were too violent. Couple of extra scenes were also added in these versions; After killing woman in the car,Richie enters the shop to get a new shirt since his got blood on it. After getting a shirt,alarm goes off and he shoots it. This scene fixes continuity mistake from normal version in which Richie wears different shirt right after his first few scenes. Second additional scene is where Richie and his thugs break in Gino’s wife house but she’s not there. After some neighbors show up, Richie threatens them and leaves.


Out of Africa (1985) [TV Version] Details
Network TV version features additional footage not included in theatrical release.


Over the Top (1987) [TV Version]
The version broadcast on TV (most notably on TBS) contains a different version of the opening song “In This Country”.


Paid In Full [Workprint]
This version contains no alternate footage but it contains an alternate soundtrack in places and some very slight changes to the voiceover.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality B/C, 1:33:35 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Paranormal Activity [Extended Version]
This version runs around 10 minutes longer than the DVD version and contains some extra scenes, extra shots and an alternate ending. It also misses some scenes and contains many alternate shots. Also known as The Festival Version.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A, 1:37:11 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Passenger 57 (1992) [TV Version]
This version runs around 4 minutes longer than the DVD version and contains some extra scenes; however it is also cut in places for language and violence.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B/C, 1:26:06 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide

Extra footage is added to the TV version. In the TV alternate version Charles Ranes explains why he asked what time it is. He wants his victim to know the time of their death.


Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid (1973) [Extended Version]
This version runs around 5 minutes longer than the Turner Preview DVD version. It combines the Turner Preview version with some shots and scenes that were exclusive to the 2005 version. Thanks to Leonenut for creating this version.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A, 2:07:02 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide

Television version had violence and nudity cut and new scenes added.


Patriot, The (2000) [Workprint]
This version contains no alternate footage and misses some scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B/C, 2:26:25 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Payback [Workprint]
This version runs around 12 minutes longer than the Director’s Cut DVD Version. It is drastically different from the theatrical cut and contains some additional scenes not present in the Director’s Cut, although it also misses some.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality C, 1:40:16 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Pee Wee’s Big Adventure [TV Version]


Peep Game (2004) [Alternate Version]
The version for broadcast and Internet features original music produced by Paris Toon


People under the Stairs [TV Version A]
TNT


People under the Stairs [TV Version B]


Perfect Weapon, The (1991) [TV Version]
TV versions airing on TBS have two additional scenes in which Jennifer (Mariska Hargitay) has lines: one after Kim’s funeral, in which she and Jeff catch up; and the other some days later, in which Jennifer and Jeff share a kiss before ninjas attack the two at the garden where she works. Theatrical and video versions have edited out any romance between Jennifer and Jeff in the story. The TBS television airings also includes a scene of young Jeff skipping school at an arcade. It also shows an extended version of the scene of Jeff’s first day at the Kenpo school.


Pet Sematary II (1992) [Workprint]
This version runs around 10 minutes longer than the DVD version; it is uncut and contains many extra scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Stamped, Quality B, 1:47:41 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide

There is a good-quality workprint circulating as a bootleg which contains all the graphic violence (including a more graphic shot of the drill scene) which was cut from the U.S. release to earn an “R” rating.


Pet Shop [TV Version]


Phantasm [Extended Version]


Phantasm [TV Version A]


Phantasm [TV Version B]


Phantasm II (1988) [TV Version]
Television version is very heavily cut and removes nearly all the gore. Differences in Television version are:
– When Mike storms into the Embalming Room in the old abandoned Mortuary, the dead Woman’s body has a cloth sheet over her.
– The Worm creature instantly pops out of the fake Liz’s back and the scene where he crawls out is completely cut.
– Father Meyers’ sphere attack is almost completely cut. The shot of his ear flying is removed as is the drilling on his head.
– Alchemy doesn’t remove her top when walking up the stairs with Reggie.
– When Reggie & Alchemy are having sex in the room in the abandoned Manor, Alchemy has a top on and the shots of her in her panties are completely removed.
– When Mike & Reggie are chasing The Tall Man in their car and Reggie points his 4-barreled shotgun at The Tall Man in his Hearse, Mike hollars “Shoot Him!” instead of “Shoot The F**ker!”
– The shot of the Caretaker burning to death in the Furnace is cut completely.
– The silver sphere drilling the Caretaker’s hand in the Hallway is also cut.
– The gold “Ripper” sphere sawing it’s way into the Caretaker’s back is cut. However, we do see the gruesome shot of the drill in his mouth after Mike pulls him back.
– The Tall Man’s death is cut very heavily. The shots of his skin peeling off and his eyes exploding are completely removed.


Phantasm II (1988) [Workprint]
This version runs around 15 minutes longer than the DVD version; it contains some extra scenes, dialogue and gore.
PAL DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 1:43:45 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Phantasm III: Lord of the Dead (1994) [Workprint]
This version contains no alternate footage and runs exactly the same as the DVD version.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 1:30:58 — Menu and Workprint Notes

There is a workprint version that currently circulates as a bootleg which contains the additional gore that was snipped from the U.S. version to obtain and “R” rating.


Phantom Of The Opera (1962) [TV Version]
This version runs around 13 minutes longer than the DVD version and contains some extra scenes featuring a pair of detectives that have no interaction with the main characters. It is also cut in places for violence and blood.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality C/D, 1:37:42 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Phenomena [Integral Version]
This version has extended scenes, these scenes are presented in Italian with English subtitles.


Phenomenon (1996) [TV Version] Details
NBC network television version features alternate/new footage not present in the theatrical and home video releases.


Phone Booth [TV Version].
Details


Physician, The (2013) [TV Version]
German TV version runs approx. 30 minutes longer.


Pineapple Express [Extended Version]


Piranha [TV Version]


Piranha 2: The Spawning [Director’s Cut]
This version runs around 6 minutes shorter than the DVD Version. It misses scenes, changes the order of scenes and contains some extra shots, including an alternate point of view for the piranhas.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A/B, 1:24:35 — Menu, Director’s Cut Notes and a selectable Director’s Cut Guide


Piranha 2: The Spawning [Japanese Version]
This version contains no alternate footage and runs exactly the same as the UK Extended DVD version.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 1:31:04 — Menu and Japanese Version Notes


Piranha 3D [PPV Version]
This version contains one alternate shot.


Planes, Trains & Automobiles (1987) [TV Version]
This version runs around 5 minutes longer than the DVD version, it is cutfor violence, language and sexual references but it contains two extra scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:33:16 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide

In a television version, there is added footage during the New York- Chicago/Wichita flight where Del and Neal try to eat in flight. Some network TV versions include an alternate version of the scene where Neil confronts the car rental lady. This version (which has presumably been reshot) removes all the four-letter words from the scene. TV version show a scene during the first plane ride where they order dinner. Del talks about which he meals he orders according to what airline he’s flying. Neal’s dinner is lasagna, which due to various delays, has been reheated several times. Unsatisfied, Neal gives the lasagna and the rest of his food, to Del, who shares it with the old man next to Neal. Neal keeps the brownie with his meal, but a lady in front of them throws her hair back, disgusting Neal, so he gives the brownie to Del, who again shares it with the old guy giving him “the bigger half.”


Planet of the Apes [TV Version]


Playing Dangerous [Extended Version]
This version includes uncut death scenes which were cut from the US version, this is from the UK VHS.


Pocahontas [Workprint]
This version runs around 4 minutes longer than the DVD version, it contains some extra scenes, shots and lines of dialogue. It also misses some scenes, contains alternate dialogue and features incomplete animation throughout.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality C, 1:19:58 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Point of no return [TV Version]


Point Of Terror (1973) [TV Version] Details
also available on Neon Video or VCI VHS releases


Police Academy (1984) [TV Version]
This version runs around 6 minutes shorter than the DVD version. It contains two extra scenes but is also cut in places for swearing and sexual references.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 01:32:42 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide

On the network TV version, NBC, after the cadets are laughing at Lt. Harris about his accident in the horse wagon, there is extra footage. Harris says to the cadets just before graduation “I’m going to cut you. I swear it.” After that, Thompson is now not sure of going to the prom with Mahoney. She thinks he has “done enough already” (caused trouble).


Police Academy 2: Their First Assignment (1985) [TV Version]
This version runs around 2 and a half minutes longer than the DVD version. It contains some extra scenes but is also cut in places for violence, swearing and sexual references.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 01:29:38 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide

The Network TV version includes extra footage and alternate ending:
– A scene with Mahoney (‘Steve Guttenberg’ (qv)) and Schtulman (‘Peter Van Norden’ (qv)) chasing muggers in a park with the aid of Schtulman’s dog.
– Hightower being mistaken as a female meter maid.
– Fackler (‘Bruce Mahler’ (qv)) returning from the gas station restroom to find his squad car vandalized and his partner Dooley (‘Ed Herlihy’ (qv)) locked in the
– trunk.Instead of the movie ending with Tackleberry (David Graf) and Kirkland’s (Colleen Camp) wedding, we see Sweetchuck (Tim Kazurinsky) and Zed (Bob Goldthwait) enrolling into the Police Academy and Zed is told by Commandant Lassard (George Gaynes) that he’s going to need a haircut, much to Zed’s dismay.
– There is also an additional scene in network TV versions where Tackleberry and Kirkland arrive at the zoo after all the action happens and get mad for being late. This is a reference to the first film, where Tackleberry missed all the action following the riot.


Police Academy 3 [TV Version] Details
This version runs around 9 minutes longer than the DVD version, it is cut in places for language and but it contains some extra scenes. There was a missing section in this recording, so I have inserted 10 minutes of footage from the DVD and some missing TV Version scenes from youtube. This is obviously not a complete TV Version, more an idea of what the TV Version would have looked like, until a replacement can be found. In addition there are instances where the footage momentarily speeds up, due to tracking issues.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B/C, 01:33:22 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Police Academy 4: Citizens on Patrol (1987) [TV Version]
This version runs around 8 minutes longer than the DVD version, it is cut in places but it contains some extra scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 01:35:27 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide

On the TBS TV Version, there is an extra scene with Sharon Stone (Claire Mattson) and Steve Guttenberg (Mahoney) that is not in the theatrical version or the video version. In this added scene, Mahoney comes over to Claire’s house to chat with her for a bit and check up on the dog, Clarence.


Police Academy 5: Assignment: Miami Beach (1988) [TV Version]
This version runs around 3 minutes longer than the DVD version, it is cut in places for language and violence but it contains some extra scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 01:26:01 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide

On Network TV versions of the film, 2 scenes are added to fill time. One scene had Captain Harris and Lieutenant Proctor arriving at the hotel in Miami with a goat they had on their airplane. One scene occurs in the Police showcase area where people are trying out various items such as pepper spray, handcuffs, and bulletproof car shields; Tony is seen talking to a friend of his named Larry. He tries to get Larry to talk Commandant Lassard into giving him the camera with the stolen diamonds in it by telling him a story of how his dead wife had a camera just like the one Lassard’s carrying. Feeling pity for him, Lassard is about to hand Larry the camera until Larry asks “is there anything I could do for you in return”. Lassard says yes and has Larry take an official Police fingerprint identification test. Larry’s discovered to be “a known felon” and he runs off without the camera. Tony and his goons walk casually away followed by Tony getting upset and hitting a police car shield with his hand and hurting it.


Police Academy 6: City Under Siege (1989) [TV Version]
This version runs around 11 minutes longer than the DVD version and contains some extra scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 01:32:03 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide

When shown on the FOX TV network, many scenes were added to fill the time. One scene shows Nick Lassard arresting a lady for acting as a car valet so that she can steal cars. The lady is caught but tries to bribe Nick into letting her go; “I can really make it worth your while”. Nick apologizes saying she’s a nice girl but he can’t break the rules in his position as a police officer. One scene has Fackler mopping up a water jug spill from Harris in a previous scene followed by Commandant Lassard receiving a call informing him that the Wilson Heights Gang just robbed the Wilson Heights Bank. The scene ends with Proctor attempting to dry Harris’ wet clothes by fanning him with a posterboard. One scene has the Police Academy team making a phone call to the Mayor about the Wilson Heights gang having the blueprints to shut down all the power to the city. The scene channges to show the Mayor discussing his thoughts to the officers followed by his making a secret deal with Captain Harris. In the scene where Jones is performing impressions at the Comedy Pub, there’s an added scene of him asking if the mike is real and then doing an impression of “garbage trucks passing by at 5 a.m.” where he makes a small rumbling sound to resemble a truck then makes it louder by adding screeches and then screaming in the voice of the garabage men, “YEEEEEEHA!!!!!!! WAKE UP STUPID!!!!” One scene has Hooks trying to find a little boy’s dog named Pokey. She looks down an alley and sees a small patch of fur and says in her tiny voice “Pokey?”. The dog doesn’t come out so she then shouts, “YOU COME OUT NOW YOU MANGY MUTT!!!!”. When the dog comes out, it’s revealed that he’s gigantic! Hook’s grabs him and yelps, “YOU’RE POKEY?!”. She puts a leash around the dog but the dog drags her around the sidewalk. In theatrical trailers for the film, during Harris’ fall from the window washer’s scaffold, there was a shot of him upside down, looking at a reflection of himself in a window, and screaming “OH HELP ME! I’LL HELP THE HOMELESS!!!!”


Poltergeist [TV Version]


Poltergeist 2 [Original Version] TO BE CONFIRMED!
130 Minutes


Popeye (1980) [TV Version]
In the original theatrical and video release, the scene in which everyone is abandoning ship after Pappy rams Bluto’s boat runs a bit longer. It ends with Popeye diving into the water shouting out “Oh shit!” This has been removed from the DVD release.


Porky’s (1981) [TV Version] Details
In a tv version, the boys are wearing underwear as they run from Cherry Forever’s house. In the theatrical version they cover themselves with their hands. The ending credits in the theatrical version run on the right side of the screen, while the left side of the screen shows the ending scenes with Pee-Wee on the bus. In the television version, the ending bus scene runs full screen (and less cropped) before the ending credits. The scene is toned down for television. The final “Jeez!” audio is gone, now he just shrugs. Because the scene is less cropped, the shrugging is barely noticeable because the shot isn’t focused on him. In some television versions, there is a scene where all of the guys are talking in the back of the truck on the drive up to Porky’s. Pee-wee tells the guys he is wearing a letterman sweater because girls go for athletes and he is reminded that High School athletes don’t even get in to Porky’s. In the theatrical version, on the “beaver shoot”, the whole time the other guys are staring at the naked girls, Pee Wee is blocked by a fat girl who constantly bends over, showing Pee Wee her large rear end. Finally, Pee Wee yells, “God damn it, would you move your fat ass?!”, ruining the whole shoot. In the TV version, you don’t see the fat girl, and she is not mentioned. Then Pee Wee yells, “Move it!”, ruining the whole scene and making it nonsensical.


Porkys 2 [TV Version]


Poseidon (2006) [Original Version/Workprint] TO BE CONFIRMED!


Practical Magic [Workprint] TO BE CONFIRMED!


Pray For Death [Extended Version]
This version runs around 3 minutes longer than the DVD version, it is taken from the Greek VHS and contains various uncut shots and scenes that are missing from the DVD version.
PAL DVD-R, Fullscreen, Greek Subtitles, Quality B, 1:33:49 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Predator 2 [Workprint]


Prey 1984, The [Extended Version]
This version runs around 16 minutes longer than the American VHS and is taken from the Japanese VHS. It contains an alternate background story that involves a group of gypsies. It also misses some shots and scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Japanese Subtitles, Quality B, 1:35:45 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Prince of Darkness (1987) [TV Version]
Television version is slightly reedited, suggesting that all that takes place in the film is just a dream that Jameson Parker’s having:
– after the opening credits there a new shot showing Parker’s house from the outside (the theatrical version opens with a shot of Parker trying to perform a card trick).
– at the beginning, after Parker watches on TV a program reporting the discovery of a new supernova, the narration goes on talking about the death of a millionaire and the discovery of a religious book in his library
– all mentions of the dead priest, member of the Brotherhood of Sleep who took care of the church where the evil liquid is kept hidden, are deleted;
– during the whole film, there are new inserted sequences showing Parker sleeping/dreaming in his bed


Prince Of The City [TV Version] Details


Private Eyes, The (1980) [TV Version]
The television version which first aired in the early ’80s included an extra scene, set in the dining room of Morley Manor. Inspector Winship and Dr. Tart switch identities trying to fool Mistress Phyllis and her staff. Also in the TV version was a scene where Dr. Tart painted one of his pigeon’s black to hide it from the person who shot the last one. Winship leaves him and Tart tosses the bird out an open window, only to find the painted wings stuck to his hands. He quickly shoves his hands into his pockets and follows Winship.


Private Parts (aka Howard Stern’s Private Parts) (1997) [TV Version]
This version runs around 2 minutes longer than the DVD version, it is cut for language and has blurred images during scenes with sexual references. There are no extra scenes, however it contains several appearances by Howard Stern, who explains the censorship to the viewer.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:47:28 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Private Parts (aka Howard Stern’s Private Parts) (1997) [Workprint]
This version runs around 13 minutes longer than the DVD version; it contains many alternate shots and lines of dialogue. It also misses some scenes, contains extra scenes, contains alternate voiceovers and an alternate soundtrack and features reel counters.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 1:59:43 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide

A leaked workprint version is available for sale on the internet which features deleted scenes, alternate takes, and different music. It also has a completely different voiceover narration by ‘Howard Stern’ throughout. Major differences include:
– ‘John Stamos’ kneels and grabs “Fartman”‘s behind recreating what ‘Luke Perry’ did in real life.
– ‘Camille Grammer’ takes off her bikini top after she initially refuses.
– A much longer shot of Howard imagining Gloria in her bra. Her breasts do not enlarge in this version.
– Instead of Howard doing a goofy dance to ‘Ramones’ (qv)’ “Pinhead”, he does a bad reading of a sponsor’s commercial.
– Howard goes to Allison’s job and tells her that they are moving to Hartford. In the film, a clip of this scene is shown as being Allison’s new job in Hartford.
– ‘Gary Dell’Abate’ (qv)’s vignettes with ‘Crackhead Bob’ and ‘Nicole Bass’ are not included.
– Howard is shown hiding his wet underwear under his car’s seat. This explains how Allison finds them there.
– Howard performs a different poem as “Mama Look A Boo Boo Day”.
– Howard tries to record a bit in his Detroit apartment then a bullet comes through his wall.
– The entire montage of Howard alone in Detroit set to ‘Jimi Hendrix’ (qv)’s “All Along the Watchtower” does not appear.
– Howard calls Allison and begs her to come to Detroit. This is shown very briefly during the montage in the film.
– Howard stages a rally in which he gets women to burn their bras.
– Gary’s vignette in Washington, D.C. is not included.
– A much shorter version of Howard and Robin’s first show together.
– ‘Robin Quivers’ (qv)’s interview is not included.
– The montage of Howard in the streets of Washington, D.C. set to ‘Van Halen’ (qv)’s “You Really Got Me” is not included.
– A longer version of the lesbian sex story in which they are both topless.
– Howard, Robin, and Fred run from a mob of adoring fans.
– The meeting at NBC Headquarters in which they discuss hiring Howard is not included.
– Kim Chan’s appearance as a waiter is not
– included.The vignette with Gary and a donkey is not included.
– During his victory rally, Howard encourages the crowd put up their middle fingers and yell “Screw NBC!”
– Howard and the gang announce a segment called “Bestiality Dial-A-Date” which offends a group of elderly stockholders listening to the show. The stockholders call Erlick who then calls Vallesecca. As Howard is leaving the studio, Vallesecca fires Howard and has security escort him out of the building. A clip of this was shown in the trailer.
– A video montage in which Howard describes what happened to him and his show after he was fired. This leads to the scene of Howard falling at the Oscars which turns out to be Howard’s nightmare.
– ‘John Melendez (IV)’ (qv)’s scene is not included.


Private School (1983) [TV Version]
This version runs around 4 minutes longer than the HD TV Version; it is cut in many places for language and sexual references but it contains some extra scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality C/D, 01:30:02 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide

The TV version adds footage deleted from the theatrical release:
– A scene of Christine and Jim having dinner at the hotel they’ve come to lose their virginity at.
– Shots of Jim and Christine taking turns jogging from their car into a drugstore to buy condoms.
– The scene at the end where the girls moon Miss Dutchbok is replaced by a shot where the girls moon her wearing their underwear instead. During the seduction scene between Jordan (Betsy Russell) and Jim (Matthew Modine) in her bedroom there was a small scene shown only on the broadcast version where we see Jordan pulling the tie out of her ponytail and letting her hair down. Broadcast TV has some dialog between Jim and Christine before they plan to have sex in the Honeymoon Suite bed at the hotel. Jim gets undressed in the bathroom, than sits on the bed. He tries to get her to relax sensing her nervousness. The theatrical version picks up with both of them in bed together.


Privates on Parade (1983) [TV Version]
An alternate TV version includes some additional musical bits such as “Mad About the Boy”, sang by Dennis Quilley, in the same outfit as Marlene Dietrich in “The Blue Angel”, after being refused access with his sailor of the evening to the Raffles Hotel. It also has a longer end sequence (before the dance on the parade deck) about “business as usual in Singapore”.


Problem Child [TV Version]
This version runs around 12 minutes longer than the DVD version; it contains some extra scenes but is also cut in places for swearing and obscene imagery. I also have a lower quality version that was a VHS transfer and contains two shots that are censored in the HD version, however all the extra footage is the same.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A, 01:26:29 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Problem Child 2 [TV Version]
This version runs around 3 minutes longer than the DVD version; it contains some extra scenes but is also cut in places for swearing and obscene imagery.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A/B, 01:31:40 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Project X [Workprint]


Prom Night (1980) [TV Version]
This version runs around 7 minutes longer than the DVD version, it is cut for violence and sexual references but it contains some extra scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 1:34:20 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide

NBC added additional footage during the initial broadcast. The additional footage included a scene with Leslie Nielsen chopping firewood with the same axe later used by the killer. Also in the television version, there was a scene with Jamie Lee Curtis and her friends passing a note in class.


Prom Night (2008/I) [TV Version]
When shown on Sky Movies UK, the film features additional scenes not in theatrical or home video versions.


Prom Night 3 [Extended Version]
This version runs around the same time as the DVD version, it is taken from the Australian DVD and is the Unrated Version. It contains some extra shots of sex and violence and also some extra dialogue.
PAL DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:35:47 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Prophecy, The (aka God’s Army) (1995) [Uncut Version]
This is the uncut version with an alternate opening and minor alternate footage


Prophecy, The (aka God’s Army) (1995) [Workprint]
This version contains no alternate footage and runs exactly the same as the European DVD version titled ‘God’s Army’.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality C, 1:38:04 — Menu and Workprint Notes

European release, titled God’s Army, runs 90 minutes and features different footage:
– A sepia-tinted opening sequence shows Thomas Dagget sitting in in a swing, talking to Lucifer;
– The sequence where the first angel falls to Earth is shorter;
– The exorcism sequence at the end is shorter and has no special effects.


Psycho [Extended Version]
This composite version runs around 20 seconds longer than the DVD version. It contains the DVD version combined with the uncut scenes from the German TV Version. The film is in English language.
PAL DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A, 1:44:09 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Psycho II (1983) [TV Version]
The television version includes various extra takes, including one when Norman is on the porch of the house and he says goodbye to Dr. Raymond.


Psycho III (1986) [TV Version]
This version runs around 3 minutes longer than the DVD version, it is cut for violence, language and sexual references but it contains some extra scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:33:57 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide

The television version has a completely different beginning with titles that appear before Maureen is seen. Also, the first thing heard on the television version is not “there is no God”. When Maureen leaves the convent, the television version has narration giving information about Maureen. The beginning titles do not appear while she is walking to the highway in this version. In the television version, the hooker is not topless but is wearing a towel. The TV version features different music cues during the first shot of the Bates Motel and house. It is the same music that appears at the end of the movie when Norman is in the police car being taken away.


Pulp Fiction [Extended Version]


Pulp Fiction (1994) [Workprint]
This version contains no alternate footage and runs exactly the same as the DVD version.
PAL DVD-R, Widescreen, Timecoded, Quality B/C, 2:34:43 — Menu and Workprint Notes


Pumpkinhead 2 [Workprint] TO BE CONFIRMED!


Pumpkinhead 2 [TV Version]
This version runs around 2 minutes shorter than the DVD version, it is cut violence and language, it also misses the credits and some scenes due to the commercial breaks. However it contains one alternate scene and one extra scene.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:20:43 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Punisher, The (1989) [Workprint Version A]
This version runs around 18 minutes longer than the DVD version. It contains many extra shots of violence, some extra scenes, extra shots, additional lines of dialogue and an alternate ending.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B/C, 1:39:12 — Menu, Workprint Notes, Pictures of scenes still missing and a selectable Workprint Guide

There is an uncut “work print” of the film which includes over 15 minutes of footage in which a character plot for Frank Castle is developed. These scenes were dropped in the final cut, and sequences of this footage were included in the montage of his family’s death later in the movie. This workprint resurfaced as a bad quality bootleg in 2003 and was then released as a bonus feature in 2006 on XT-Video and Starlight’s (Germany/Austria) DVD editions. In 2013, Koch Media released a transfer of Mark Goldblatt’s own Beta tape of another cut of the workprint in higher quality.


Punisher, The (1989) [Workprint Version B]
This version runs around 4 minutes shorter than the DVD version. It contains some extra shots of violence and an alternate ending.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Timecoded, Quality B, 1:21:09 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Punisher, The (1989) [Workprint Version C]
This version runs around 14 minutes longer than the Uncut DVD version. It contains a new opening scene, some additional scenes and an alternate ending.


Puppet Master [Extended Version]
This version runs around 2 minutes longer than the DVD version, it is the Unrated Version and it is taken from the German DVD. It contains some extra shots of sex and violence.
PAL DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:25:14 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Purple Rain [Workprint]


Quick Change [TV Version]
This version runs around a minute longer than the DVD version, it is cut in places for language but contains some extra scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:27:57 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Quo Vadis (2001) [TV Version]
On December 25, 2003 the first channel of Polish public television aired first episode of the television version of the movie. It contains of six episodes and is more than 100 minutes than the theatrical edition. Many scenes, previously deleted, were included in the mini-series.


Radio [Workprint]


Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981) [TV Version]
When the film was broadcast in HD for the first time on German TV in 2009, the film featured a new 5.1 sound mix. However, instead of using the old dubbing as the basis for the new mix, the film was completely redubbed. Except for Indiana Jones and Marcus Brody, all roles were spoken by different voice actors than in the original dubbing.


Rambo 3 [Workprint]
Extended Fanedit Version 1hr + 48 Mins


Rampage [Workprint]
2-DVD Set of William Friedkin’s film with both its rare 1987 DEG Cut and the re-cut 1992 Miramax Release


Rancho Deluxe (1975) [TV Version]
Television version features two additional


Ransom [Extended Version]
This version runs around 18 minutes longer than the DVD version. It is taken from the American Laserdisc and contains many extra scenes. It has been specially captured from the laserdisc preserving the Anamorphic Widescreen and Dolby Digital 5.1. Thanks to Anthony Watson for the transfer.
NTSC DVD+R DL, Anamorphic Widescreen, 5.1 Dolby Digital, Quality A, 2:19:52 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Razor Blade Smile [Workprint]
Letterboxed


Razorback [Extended Version]
This version runs just under a minute longer than the DVD version. It is taken from the Australian VHS and contains some extra shots of gore, which are missing from every DVD release except the Australian DVD where they are included as deleted scenes.
PAL DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 1:31:04 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Re Animator [TV Version]


Re-Animator [Extended Version]
This composite version runs around 22 minutes longer than the DVD version; it contains all the extra scenes from the R Rated version combined with the Unrated Version. Thanks for Leonenut for creating this version.
NTSC DVD-R, Anamorphic Widescreen, Quality A, 1:47:47 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Red Dawn (1984) [TV Version] TO BE CONFIRMED!


Red Dragon [Workprint]
This version contains no alternate footage and runs exactly the same as the DVD version.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality B, 2:00:00 — Menu and Workprint Notes


Red Eye [TV Version] Details
ABC


Red Scorpion [Extended Version]
This version runs around 3 minutes longer than the DVD version and is taken from the Japanese Laserdisc. It contains some extra shots and two additional scenes, including the notorious flamethrower scene. Thanks to Anthony Watson for the transfer.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A/B, 1:45:09 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Red Violin, The [Workprint]


Reign of Fire [Workprint] confirmed


Remember The Titans [TV Version] Details


Ren & Stimpy [Workprint]
This disc contains four workprints, Powdered Toast Man, Out West and two versions of Sven Hoek. Three of them feature incomplete animation and all of them are missing music. The episodes run around the same time as the DVD Versions, there is the odd additional line of dialogue and extra shots. They also miss the opening and closing credits.
PAL DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality C-D, 12:38 & 10:31 & 21:34 & 17:54 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Replacement Killers [Workprint]


Repo Man (1984) [TV Version]
minutesofalternatefootageandruns95minutes.Television version, supervised by director Alex Cox, features alternate footage to the theatrical release. The dubbed dialogue of the TV version (e.g. “melon farmer” as an insult) has achieved cult status in its own right. There is a scene included in the television version where Bud destroys a telephone booth with a bat.


Resident Evil [Workprint]
This version contains no alternate footage but misses a line of dialogue and a brief shot.
PAL DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A/B, 1:33:50 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Resident Evil Apocalypse [Extended Version]
This version runs around 3 minutes longer than the standard DVD version and is taken from the extended German DVD. It contains some extra scenes, shots and lines of dialogue.
PAL DVD-R, Anamorphic Widescreen, Quality A, 1:33:46 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Resident Evil Retribution [Extended Version]
This version contains some gore that is missing from the US release, it is from the German DVD.


Return of the Living Dead [Original Audio]


Return of the Living Dead [TV Version]


Return of the Living Dead 2 [Original Audio]


Return of the Living Dead 2 [TV Version]


Return of the Living Dead, The (1985) [Workprint]
This version runs around 20 minutes longer than the DVD version; it contains many extra shots and scenes, however it also misses some scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality C, 1:49:19 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide

A workprint version is about 20 minutes longer than the theatrical release. Additional material includes:
– An extended scene that takes place after frank shows Freddy the split dogs, but before he shows him the cadaver in the freezer. Frank shows Freddy a tank of oxygen and tells him how explosive it is.
– A deleted scene after Frank shows Freddy the cadaver. Freddy asks how late are they working. When Frank tells Freddy, Freddy says he has a date with Tina. Frank says it’s a good thing it’s a girl because he was nervous about the earring Freddy had. Frank also tells Freddy that he has to close the cadaver room tight because it pops open.
– An extended scene where the punks are walking down the street. After Casey says they should all go pick Freddy up, Tina says that it’s only him and her alone going out, meaning that Tina never really wanted to hang out with them that night. This scene also has some more profanity and it also introduces the character Suicide as Trash tells the punks that he has a car.
– A deleted scene as Freddy is looking at the medical book, Frank looks outside an says “It smells like rain!”
– An alternate, and longer take of Frank telling Freddy about the events in the 1960’s with The Night Of The Living Dead. This scene version of the scene also has some extra dialogue where Freddy says that Night Of The Living Dead was on of the best movies ever. He also says it’s impossible that it’s true cause he would have heard about it. An extended scene where the punks are deciding what to do. As Chuck suggests that they hang in the cemetery, Suicide says, “lets pay our f***ing respects!”
– A deleted scene that shows Scuz, Spider, and Casey looking into a mausoleum and seeing all sorts of debris littered inside by other people who had previously partied there. Spider replies, “I don’t ever want to be buried in a place like this!” then Scuz pinches Casey as she calls him a dork.
– Extended scene from when the punks are all screaming about the zombie in the basement. As Tina suggests they call the cops, Scuz replies, “no because they’ll kick out a**!” Casey and Chuck then tell the others where they saw Freddy. Tina gets mad for them not telling her. [Workprint] Some more additional material in the “Workprint” version:
– Extended footage of Ernie preparing the corpse (inserting a set of clamps, putting a rubber block under its chin, applying makeup, stapling its face)
– Instead of calling Casey “Ballbuster,” Suicide calls her “Chocolate Face” (presumably a reference to the chocolate bar she is eating earlier in the movie).
– Trash, wandering by herself in the graveyard and crying, says “Hey wait, you guys, I ain’t got no shoes!” The scene ends before she is attacked. Her actual attack by the corpses is moved to a later spot in the film.
– When Ernie tries to use the phone in the office, the take is very different from the one in the released version: he doesn’t close the steel shutters, leaving the window wide open.
– When Spider demands to know what’s going on, Bert calls him a “Black Bastard,” and he goes into more detail about what the chemical does to the corpses.
– Freddy’s attack on Tina is extended and cut a little differently: they circle around the podium at the front of the chapel, which he knocks over. She runs to the door, he follows and slams into it. He pushes her down on a pew and she kicks him off (which is where the scene in the released version actually begins). Before throwing the candlestick at him she throws a folding chair, which he knocks aside. There is an additional shot of Frank running down the hallway.
– Ernie comforts Tina by saying “Don’t you worry about Freddy and Frank. You see, they’ve gone to heaven. Those things out there…they’re just dead bodies that want to eat our brains.”
– Frank’s cremation is much longer: it starts with a closeup of Frank staring at something. The camera slowly pulls back to show that he’s staring at the furnace across the room. He stands and groans, the furnace tilts back and forth in a dreamlike way, he mouths a prayer just before putting his wedding ring on the furnace switch.
– The scene where Bert and Spider are preparing to leave the mortuary is an alternate take, with different dialogue. Instead of telling Bert to watch his “ass out there,” he says “no matter what happens, don’t name it after me.” Tina wonders what they should do if Bert and Spider don’t make it, and Bert tells her to “think positive.”
– Bert’s call to the police is longer: he is put on hold by the operator, and gives more details about what’s happening and where he is.
– After the nuclear weapon explodes, a voice-over explains that the disaster was “officially described as a petrochemical refinery accident,” and that the contaminated dirt from the incident is “residing in 175 railroad cars, parked on an unused


Return of the texas chainsaw massacre [Faux Cut]


Return Of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre [Extended Version]
This version runs around 6 minutes longer than the DVD version and is taken from the Canadian DVD. It contains a few extra scenes not in the version titled “Texas Chainsaw Massacre The Next Generation”.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A, 1:37:07 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Return To Oz [Workprint]
This version runs around 8 minutes longer than the DVD version and it contains many extra scenes and shots. It also misses the soundtrack, most of the off screen dialogue and features unfinished special effects.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 1:54:52 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Richie Rich’s Christmas Wish [TV Version]
This version runs around 5 minutes longer than the DVD version, it contains some extra scenes and shots that are not present in any other version.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:26:55 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Ricky 6 [Workprint]
This is the unreleased Peter Filardi film, which is based on a true story of drugs, satanism and murder in Long Island in 1984.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 1:51:45 — Menu


Ride or Die [Workprint] confirmed


Road Warrior [TV Version]
This version runs around the same as the DVD version but contains some extra and alternate shots not seen in any other version. It is also cut for violence and swearing.


Road Warrior [Extended Version]
This version runs a few seconds longer than the DVD version, it contains two uncut scenes and some extended dialogue. It is taken from the original British VHS.


RoboCop (1987) [TV Version]
This version runs around 4 minutes shorter than the DVD version, it is cut for violence, language, sexual references and drug taking but it contains a few extra and alternate shots.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 1:33:05 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide

The version broadcast on television features alternate footage of Clarence Boddiker driving around Emil rather than running him over with the car.


Robocop 2 (1990) [Workprint]
This version runs around the same time as the DVD version but it contains seven new scenes and is also uncut during Duffy’s death. However some of the special effects are incomplete and it misses some scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B/C, 1:50:40 — Menu, Workprint Notes, Pictures of scenes still missing and a selectable Workprint Guide


Robocop 3 [Workprint]
This version contains no alternate footage and misses some scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 1:30:29 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Rock, The [Airline Version] TO BE CONFIRMED!


Rocky 4 [TV Version]


Rocky V [Workprint]
This version runs around 8 minutes longer than the DVD version. It contains many extra scenes and dialogue but it also contains many scenes and some are acted differently.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality B, 1:51:16 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Rookie, The [Workprint]
Released by The West Connection


Ruby [TV Version]
This version runs around 11 minutes longer than the DVD version; it is cut in places for language and violence but contains some additional scenes not present in any other version.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 1:35:31 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Rugrats The Movie [TV Version]
This version runs around 3 minutes longer than the DVD version, it contains two extra scenes but some of the shots are shortened.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 01:18:04 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Rumble Fish (1983) [Extended Version] TO BE CONFIRMED!
8 hour version. I heard about this on the IMDB. Who knows if it is true. There is also a rare colorized version


Rumble Fish (1983) [TV Version]
Some TV versions include a scene where the gym teacher offers to pay Rusty-James if he beats up a kid.


Run Lola Run [Workprint]


S.O.S Titanic [TV Version]
This version runs around 42 minutes longer than the DVD Version and contains many extra scenes, shots and lines of dialogue. The story is also told in flashback so there are many changes to the order of scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B/C, 2:24:16 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Saint, The [Screener] TO BE CONFIRMED!
Original Test Screening Version


Salems Lot [TV Version]
184 Mins Tv Version


Sam Raimi’s Short films [Workprint]
DVD9x2 + DVD5]


Saturday Night Fever (1977) [TV Version]
This version runs around 12 minutes shorter than the DVD version. It is cut for language, sexual references and drug taking and it also misses some scenes; however it does contain some extra scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A, 01:44:54 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide

Another TV version shown on ABC in the ’80s added more outtake footage, with the PG-rated print as its primary source.


Saturn 3 [TV Version]
This version runs around 9 minutes longer than the DVD version. It is cut for language and sexual references but it contains several extra scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 01:36:04 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Savage Weekend [Extended Version]
This version runs around the same time as the DVD version. It combines the cut DVD version with an additional scene from the Dutch VHS, to recreate the full uncut version. Thanks to slickrick82 for creating this version.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 1:26:20 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Saw 2 [Workprint]
This version has not been compared, rumor has it that it contains some extra and extended shots and it has been confirmed to have temporary end credits. It turns black and white at at intervals.


Scanners (1981) [TV Version]
The death of the first scanner (‘Victor Del Grande’ ) was filmed in two different ways: the theatrical release has Revok (‘Michael Ironside’ (qv)) causing his head to explode; an alternate take, featured in television versions, shows him dying of a grotesque heart attack instead. The Sci-Fi Network has shown the scene intact.


Scared To Death [TV Version] Details


Scarface (1983) [TV Version]
This version runs around 24 minutes shorter than the DVD version. It is cut in many places for swearing, violence, drug taking and sexual references. It also misses some scenes entirely, however it contains some extra scenes and shots that are not present in the DVD version. The disc also contains a segment from the History Channel called ‘Movies In Time’ where various people discuss Scarface.
NTSC DVD+R DL, Fullscreen, Quality A/B, 2:27:43 & 10:36 (Movies In Time) — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide

Network TV version deletes or edits all violent scenes for censorship reasons and adds some extra footage:
– the introduction text about Cubans fleeing from Mariel is slightly different from the text shown in the theatrical version (a disclaimer stating that the events are fictitious has been added);
– extended Freedom Town section: Tony in a phone booth trying to call his sister Gina; Angel looking in a phone book for his brother Pablo; extended conversation between Tony and Manny about getting out of Freedom Town; Tony and Manny watching television.
– Tony’s first visit to his mother’s house is longer. Tony opens a bottle of champagne and makes a toast to America.
– before Tony’s first visit to Sosa, the onscreen text has been changed from “Cochabamba, Bolivia” to “South
– America”;during that visit Tony is introduced to Sosa’s girlfriend Gabriela;
– Tony’s first meeting with his lawyer George;
– when Alberto is planting the bomb under the car in N.Y., Tony sees cops nearby and distracts them by pretending to be looking for his missing dog.


Scary Movie (2000) [TV Version A]
This version runs around 3 minutes longer than the DVD version and contains some extra scenes; however it is also cut in places for swearing and sexual references. This is the version that aired on Comedy Central. Version B contains more alternate footage than Version A; however Version A is slightly better quality and has far less cuts.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:25:52 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide

Director Keenen Ivory Wayans shot alternate footage of most racy/explicit scenes for the TV version.


Scary Movie (2000) [TV Version B]
This version runs around 7 minutes longer than the DVD version and contains some extra scenes; however it is also cut in many places for swearing, violence, drug use and sexual references. This is the Network TV Version. Version B contains more alternate footage than Version A; however Version A is slightly better quality and has far less cuts.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A/B, 1:30:07 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide

Director Keenen Ivory Wayans shot alternate footage of most racy/explicit scenes for the TV version.


Scary Movie (2000) [Workprint]
This version runs around 5 minutes longer than the DVD version, it contains some extra scenes, additional lines of dialogue, alternate shots and also misses some scenes.
PAL DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 1:21:09 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Scary Movie 5 [Original Version]
prior to Mama and Evil Dead re-shoots


Scent of a Woman (1992) [TV Version]
The heavily edited network TV version was disowned by director ‘Martin Brest’ (qv), and credits “Allen Smithee” as director.


School on Fire [Extended Version]
This version runs about 5 minutes longer than the DVD and contains many extra shots that had to be cut for it’s theatrical release.


Scooby Doo [Workprint]
This version contains no alternate footage and runs exactly the same as the DVD version.
PAL DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 1:21:13 — Menu and Workprint Notes


Scorpion King [Workprint]
This version contains no alternate footage and runs exactly the same as the DVD version.
PAL DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A/B, 1:24:42 — Menu and Workprint Notes


Scream [Extended Version]
This version runs around the same as the DVD version and is the Director’s Cut, which contains a few extra shots of gore and violence in six places, including death scenes. This version contains the footage from the Japanese VHS added to the more common shorter version.
PAL DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A, 1:46:40 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Scream 4 [UK Version]
Details


Se7en [Extended Version]


Sea Of Love [TV Version]
This version runs around 7 minutes longer than the DVD version, it is cut for language but it contains some extra scenes.
PAL DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:55:11 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Seasame Street [Workprint]


Secret of My Succe$s, The (1987) [TV Version]
railwaylineinSouthDakota.”There are two different ending sequences. In the first, after they leave the boardroom Fred and Vera meet and start to flirt. Christy and Brantley go into the elevator which stops between floors. In the second version, this scene is ommitted and we cut to several weeks later where the two couples climb into a limo and go the opera. The first shows up on the video releases, whereas the second shows up in broadcast versions.


Sentinel (1977) [TV Version] Details


Serbian Film, A [Uncut Screener]


Seventh Sign, The [TV Version]


Sharknado 2 [TV Version]
This version runs around a minute shorter than the Extended Blu Ray version. It misses some shots, contains extra shots, alternate shots and additional dialogue. It is also zoomed in on several shots.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A, 1:25:56 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Shawshank Redemption [TV Version] Details
HBO Version with 3 Deleted Scenes


She’s Gotta Have It [Director’s Cut]
This version contains unrated director’s cut which runs around 4 minutes longer than the standard version. It also includes an audio commentary track, a deleted scene, outtakes, a trailer, music video and still galleries.


Sheila Levine Is Dead and Living in New York (1975) [TV Version]
For its very rare early 80’s broadcast showings, 13 minutes were added onto the film’s running time, boosting it to almost 127 minutes. Added are more scenes involving Sheila’s “typing/singing” job.


Shocker [TV Version]


Shoot Em Up [Workprint]
This version contains no alternate footage but misses a small line of dialogue and turns black and white at intervals.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A, 1:40:05 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Showgirls [TV Version].
This is the legendary “Digital Bra” edit.


Showtimes [TV Version]
Original broadcast with extras scenes not on dvd.


Shrek [Workprint]
with Chris Farley


Sicilian, The [Workprint]
140 min. Director’s Cut Widescreen


Sick (2008) [Workprint]
Workprint version with alternative long cut – 72 min.


Signs [Workprint]
This version contains no alternate footage but misses a short shot and a line of dialogue.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A, 1:41:04 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Silence of the Lambs, The [Workprint]
This version runs around 5-6 minutes longer than the DVD version and contains many differences including at least fourteen scenes and loads of extra shots.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Timecoded, Quality B, 2:00:59 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Silent Night Deadly Night 5 [TV Version]


Six String Samurai [Workprint]
This version contains no alternate footage and runs exactly the same as the DVD version.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A/B, 1:32:25 — Menu and Workprint Notes


Sixteen Candles (1984) [TV Version]
This version runs around 2 minutes longer than the DVD version. It is cut for swearing and sexual references but contains an extra scene not available in any other version. This version suffers from some audio problems caused by tracking problems on the original VHS.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B/C, 01:33:31 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide

“Sixteen Candles” has two different music soundtracks. One appears in the theatrical release, and in the showings on cable TV. The other soundtrack appears in the home video. The television version includes a lunchroom scene where Samantha and her friend see the guy Samantha likes and she declares that she can’t eat. Television version shown on WE network has an extra scene: right after Samantha says “I’d shit twice and die” (about anyone finding out she wrote the sex test answers about Jake), it shows Jake in the lunchroom reading the sex test he stole from the floor. It then cuts to Samantha and her friend, Randy, in line to get food, and Samantha exclaims she can’t believe she’s eating cafeteria burgers. Randy asks why Brenda (Sam’s mother) didn’t give her her carrot sticks. Samantha says, “She can’t remember my birthday, you think she’s gonna remember my carrots?” It’s then disclosed that Sam is eating the carrots because it’s supposed to make your breasts larger. Randy asks how it’s going, and Sam says she’s only gotten 1/16th of an inch improvement, a 1/2 inch if she takes a deep breath. They then go to find a seat. Sam sees Jake sitting at a table. She throws her food tray onto Randy’s tray and says that she has to leave because Jake is there, and “I don’t want him to know that I eat!” It then continues with the chin-up scene with Jake


Sixth Sense, The [TV Version]
This version runs around 6 minutes longer than the DVD version; it is cut in places for language and violence but contains some additional scenes not present in any other version. For approximately one minute the picture suffers from bad pixilation caused by damage to the source disc.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 1:48:12 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Sleepy Hollow [Workprint] TO BE CONFIRMED!


Slither [Extended Version]


Sliver [Workprint]
This version runs around 5 minutes longer than the DVD version but contains an alternate opening, extra scenes and a differential final 20 minutes. There are also some scenes missing.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality B, 1:45:29 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Slumber Party Massascre 2 [TV Version]


Smokey and the Bandit (1977) [TV Version]
This version runs around 3 minutes shorter than the DVD version; it is cut in places for swearing and misses some scenes but it contains one extra scene that is not present in any other version.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 01:32:41 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide

The TV print needed extensive overdubbing to reduce the amount of profanity. In particular, Jackie Gleason’s expression “Sum-bitch!” was replaced with “Scum-bum.” This new word became a popular catch phrase with kids after the film made its TV debut. In the television version, there is an extra scene inserted right after Snowman retrieves Fred from the pond. The Bandit spots a police car heading past him, and gets on the CB to warn Snowman to slow down, not knowing that he hasn’t even taken off yet because Fred ran away. A winded Snowman finally arrives back at the truck carrying Fred and hears the Bandit trying to get his attention. Out of breath, he asks Bandit what he wants. Bandit replies “When you get that damn dog in the truck, you can put the hammer down, because by that time, that smokey will have gone by you.” After hearing that, a perplexed Snowman wonders aloud, “How’d he know that?”


Smokey and the Bandit II (1980) [TV Version]
Extensive overdubbing was required for network TV broadcast, in particular replacing a good percentage of Jackie Gleason’s dialogue with new lines spoken by an actor with a noticably higher voice. The recurring phrase “Sum-bitch!” became “Scum-bum!” (same as TV prints of the first Smokey and the Bandit (1977)). Even the bloopers at the end needed to be redubbed, with the phrase “your mother’s ass” being changed to “your father’s face”!


Smokey and the Bandit Part 3 (1983) [TV Version]
This version runs around 7 minutes longer than the DVD version; it contains some extra scenes but is also cut in places for swearing and sexual references.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 01:31:37 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide

USA cable network broadcast an alternate version of this film with additional footage (Jerry and Colleen) and more dialogue. For some reason, all the vocals in these “new” scenes had been overdubbed The new scenes added for USA include the following:
– After the Enos’ have paid off the Latinos, there’s a shot of Buford driving his policecar past 3 fishermen on a bridge. One of them casts his line off and ends up catching his line on the fish Buford’s got on his roof. The fisherman shouts “Whoa!” to try and stop Buford from driving off with his line, but the car keeps going and ends up dragging all of the fishermen’s gear with them.
– One scene comes when Buford runs out of gas. Junior is shown pushing the car up to a gas station pump. Out of breath, he asks an attendant “Can I use your bathroom? I have to go number 1 real bad!”. The attendant walks over to Buford’s side of the car and makes a remark in Spanish about the fish on his roof. “Just fill the tank Pancho Villa!” Buford says. The attendant obliges. This is followed by a long far away shot of the Enos’ caddy driving through a country road and Little Enos saying “Daddy? I feel good! I feel playful!” and Big Enos replying, “Well you sound playful too son!”. Then we’re back to Buford in the gas station who is polishing up his glasses. Meanwhile 3 masked bandits have held up the place and are running off with money. One of them drops a sack of it and Buford tells him, “Hey good buddy! You dropped your bag!”. The bandit grabs it and Buford waves good bye to him. Junior then rushes out to Buford and says, “Hey daddy! Daddy! Did you see those guys?”. “Yeah,” replies Buford. “There must be a ski resort in town!”.
– The scene where Cletus picks up Dusty has extended dialogue between the two of them explaining why Cletus is dressed like the Bandit.
– In the scene with Cletus talking to Mother Trucker, there are different camera angles used in relation to those seen on the Home Video version. Also most of the music is missing.
– There are a few extra shots and different angles of Cletus getting chased by Buford in the construction area.
– There are different angles shown in the scene where Cletus gets food for Dusty at a biker bar.
– One scene is added when the towtruck with Junior hanging on the back rears back out of the alley. We see the Enos’ caddy is outside as well. The two Enos’ are both reading newspapers to cover their faces. Big Enos puts his paper down to grin and say “Looks like Officer Higgins and Tow Truck Charlie are DEFINITELY on the case!” followed by Little Enos lowering his newspaper and humming the theme to Dragnet.
– While at the Come On Inn, many scenes were re-shot and some scenes added to take out the amount of sexual humor and or behavior.
– The scene where Buford and Junior look into various hotel rooms to see various sex acts being performed has been cut from all Network TV airings.
– Once scene has Dusty talking to Cletus in their room with more dialogue such as thanking him in “renewing my faith in the American man”.
– When Buford says “Just like in the bible, Sodum and Gamorah”. There’s different camera angles.
– When Buford suggests killing “2 possums with 1 rock,” there’s added dialogue with him asking Junior for a pair of handcuffs.
– One scene shows Buford trying to handcuff who he thinks is the Bandit while in a steam room.
– One scene has the cowgirl; Tina talking sultrily to Buford after he has handcuffed
– her.Buford has more dialogue after Junior tells him if he keeps the key to the handcuffs with him he might lose it. “Junior, with or without the keys, you lost it. You lost it a lonnnnng time ago!”
– One scene shows Buford, Junior, and Tina trying to get untangled from one another after falling out the steam room window along with Junior trying to lift the fish off of Buford.
– When the Enos’ pull out of the parking lot of the hotel, there is a different camera angle.
– There’s extended dialogue from Buford while he tells Junior that he’s finished being an officer. “There are two kinds of people in this world. Those who are born to be pursuers and those who are born to be pursuees. As long as I can remember, I’ve always been born to be a pursuer. Lord knows I’ve caught my share.”
– A lot of the scenes at the nudists picnic were re-shot to cover up for most of the nudity and adult content.
– When Cletus crashes through the gate, there’s different dialogue.
– The scene where Buford’s talking to the Real Bandit played by Burt Reynolds, the scene has been extended greatly.
– There’s an extra shot of the Enos’ having their picture taken with their fish.
– The ending for Network TV is different. Instead of showing Junior running down a highway yelling “Wait daddy! Wait daddy!” as it appears in the home video version, there is first a shot of Cletus and Dusty driving down the highway in their black firebird, followed by Buford driving down in his broken down police car, followed by the Enos’ driving down in their red Caddy with a girl who looks up and screams “YAHOO!”, and THEN Junior follows saying “Wait daddy! Wait daddy!”
– A lot of the scenes that were added were over-dubbed. Mainly the ones


Snatch [Workprint] TO BE CONFIRMED!


Snowbeast [Extended Version]
This version runs around 4 minutes longer than the DVD version and is taken from the World Vision USA VHS. It contains some extra scenes, extra shots and longer shots. Thanks to Tranzor for providing this version.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 1:29:59 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


So Fine (1981) [TV Version]
withJerryReedandColleenCampNetwork TV version features five minutes of outtake footage originally discarded from the theatrical release.


Social Network, The [Workprint]


Solar Crisis [Japanese Version]
This version runs around 10 minutes longer than the DVD version and is very different from the US version. The order of scenes is changed; it includes many alternate and additional scenes and also an alternate ending.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A, Japanese Subtitles, 1:58:18 — Menu, Japanese Version Notes and a selectable Japanese Version Guide


Son Of Frankenstein [Extended Version]
This version runs around 2 minutes longer than the DVD version; it contains some extra shots and a short additional scene. The original suffered from audio crackling but this has been fixed.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 1:41:00 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Sorority House Massacre [Extended Version]
This version runs around 11 minutes longer than the DVD version and is taken from the Medusa UK VHS. It contains several extra scenes and shots.
PAL DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 1:26:17 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Soul Plane [Workprint] confirmed


Southland Tales [Alternate Version]
This version runs around 16 minutes longer than the DVD version and is known as the ‘Cannes Cut’. It changes the order of many scenes and shots, misses scenes, adds scenes and uses alternate scenes. It also contains an alternate soundtrack in places.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A, 2:38:30 — Menu, Alternate Version Notes and a selectable Alternate Version Guide


Space Adventures In The Forbidden Zone [Workprint] TO BE CONFIRMED!


Species 3 [Workprint]
This version runs around the same as the DVD version but contains some alternate and extra shots, misses some shots and changes the order of some shots.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A, 1:49:18 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Speed 2: Cruise Control (1997) [TV Version]
This version runs around 10 minutes longer than the DVD version. It is cut for swearing and violence but contains 7 extra scenes not available in any other version.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A/B, 02:07:23 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide

The network TV version of the film makes the following changes:
– The final scene of the theatrical version of the film where Annie is repeating her drivers test is shown at the very beginning.
– An additional scene was added showing Annie and Alex driving to the port and riding a dinghy to the ship where Annie first meets Geiger.
– The name of the cruise ship was changed to “S.S. Legend”.
– An additional scene was added showing crew of the Eindhoven Lion extinguishing the oil tanker after the bow thruster scene.
– An extended boat crash scene was added with more dialogue between the crew on the ship.
– An extened scene was added showing Alex walking through a crashed house and through St. Martin after jumping off the ship.


Sphere [TV Version]
This version runs around 5 minutes shorter than the DVD version. It is cut for language and violence and also misses some scenes; however it does contain an extra scene at the end and some additional dialogue.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 02:07:14 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Spider-Man 2 (2004) [TV Version]
This version runs around 3 minutes longer than the Regular DVD version, it contains some extra scenes and dialogue, some of which are present in the 2.1 Extended DVD Version but some are completely new.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 2:07:20 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide

On some US TV versions, there is some alternate dialogue between Peter and Mary Jane when he takes out the garbage after his birthday party that wasn’t in the theatrical or DVD releases. The most notable is a two-line addition after Mary Jane says, “I’m seeing somebody now.” Peter responds, “Oh, therapy.” Mary Jane answers, “No, a man.” That part of the dialogue especially gives the whole scene a less optimistic feel.


Splash (1984) [TV Version]
Some TV versions includes a longer version of the theme tune at the end. One TV version uses an alternate take of Madison entering a sunken ship; it’s shown in long shot instead of the close-up of Daryl Hannah in the theatrical version. This is because Hannah’s nipples can clearly be seen in that shot. Another take is used during the climactic underwater sequence for the same reason.


Split Second [Extended Version]
This version runs around 6 minutes longer than the DVD version, is it taken from the Japanese VHS and contains three extra scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Japanese Subtitles, Quality A, 1:36:09 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Spookies [TV Version]


Star Trek 3 [TV Version]


Star Trek Deep Space Nine – What You Leave Behind [Workprint]
This version contains no alternate footage and runs exactly the same as the DVD version; however it does feature some unfinished special effects.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 01:32:21 — Menu and Workprint Notes


Star Trek Generations [Workprint]
This version runs around 30 minutes longer than the DVD version and contains many extra scenes throughout including an alternate ending. It also contains incomplete special effects and an alternate soundtrack.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Timecoded, Stamped, Quality D, 2:22:39 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Star Trek Insurrection [Original Version/Workprint] TO BE CONFIRMED!


Star Trek Nemesis [Original Version/Workprint] TO BE CONFIRMED!


Star Trek The Motion Picture [Extended Version A]
This version runs around 9 minutes longer than the Director’s Edition Version and is sourced from the official VHS. It misses the improved special effects but contains some additional scenes, shots and lines of dialogue not present in the Director’s Edition.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 2:22:43 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Star Trek The Motion Picture [Extended Version B]
This version runs around 15 minutes longer than the Theatrical Blu Ray version. It contains the DVD version together with the additional scenes from a Widescreen HD Broadcast of the TV Version. Thanks to FanFiltration for creating this version.
NTSC DVD+R DL, Widescreen, Quality A, 2:24:29 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Star Trek Voyager – Dark Frontier [Workprint]
This version contains no alternate footage and runs exactly the same as the DVD version, however it does feature some alternate off screen dialogue and unfinished special effects.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 01:32:55 — Menu and Workprint Notes


Star Trek Voyager – Scientific Method [Workprint]
This version contains no alternate footage and runs exactly the same as the DVD version, however it does feature some alternate off screen dialogue and unfinished special effects.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality C, 46:37 — Menu and Workprint Notes


Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan (1982) [TV Version A]
ABC Network TV Broadcast; extra scenes, alternate takes


Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan (1982) [TV Version B]
This version runs around the same as the Director’s Edition DVD and contains no extra footage. It is cut in places for violence and contains a scene that uses alternate camera angles. All the extra footage this TV Version originally had has been restored.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 2:00:35 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide

All versions shown on the Sci-Fi Channel,TBS and TNT, and syndicated television versions are re-edited versions of the theatrical version, and not of the ABC-TV version.


Star Wars Episode III Revenge Of The Sith (2005) [Workprint]
This version contains no alternate footage and runs exactly the same as the DVD version.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 02:22:20 — Menu and Workprint Notes


Stargate Ark Of Truth [Workprint]
This version contains no alternate footage but misses some special effects and place names.
PAL DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality B, 01:42:03 — Menu and Workprint Notes


Starship Troopers [Workprint]
This version runs around 5 minutes longer than the DVD version; it contains all but one of the deleted scenes from the DVD in addition to some extra shots and dialogue.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality B, 2:06:01 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


State of Mind, A (2004) [TV Version]
Italian version of this title (broadcast on TV channel “Cult”) has a different soundtrack during the ending exhibition.


Stepfather (1987) [TV Version] Details
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Stir Of Echoes [Workprint]
This version contains no alternate footage and runs exactly the same as the DVD version.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B/C, 1:39:22 — Menu and Workprint Notes


Strangeland [Workprint]
This version runs around the same time as the DVD version but it is uncut and contains a short extra scene.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality B, 1:26:06 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Street Kings [Workprint]
This version contains no alternate footage and runs exactly the same as the DVD version.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A, 1:58:46 — Menu and Workprint Notes


Stripes (1981) [TV Version]
The TV version omits all the nudity in the strip club scene, and replaces it with alternate takes, such as Psycho playing pinball. The TV version also uses an alternate take as Sgt. Hulka leaves the barracks following Winger’s “Big Toe” speech. It is a slightly different angle, and Sgt. Hulka’s line is a little more TV-friendly. The broadcast television version features an altered version of the scene where Captain Stillman is watching the female soldiers as they shower. In the original version they are entirely nude, however in the broadcast version they are only shown from the neck up.


Striptease (1996) [Unrated]
An unrated version contains a few extra nude scenes than the theatrical, R-rated version.


Stuart Little (1999) [TV Version]
Extra scenes not featured in the theatrical release and restored for the ABC-TV
– broadcast:Stuart crawls inside the piano to fix a stuck key. Mr. & Mrs. Little begin to sing “Heart And Soul,” while Stuart performs a piano duet by striking the hammers from the inside. This scene is not included on the DVD.
– Later, Mr. Little decides to remove “Three Blind Mice” from the piano songbook. Mrs. Little gets the idea to invite the family for a party and to buy Stuart some new clothes.
– Following the party, the Littles begin to question their fitness as adoptive parents. Included on the DVD.
– In Stuart’s bedroom, Snowbell spends a few quick moments antagonizing Stuart over George’s outburst at the party. This scene is not included on the DVD.
– George wakes up remembering that Stuart has left to live with the Stouts, but thinks at first that it was only a dream. Included on the DVD.
– After arriving at the Little home, the detectives begin to question the Littles for the missing persons report. They get as far as asking Stuart’s height and weight before realizing that he’s a mouse. Included on the DVD.
– While at the police station, the Littles are shown some mouse lineups in hopes


Stuff, The [TV Version]


Submerged [Workprint]
This version has not been compared and is German Dubbed.


Summer Rental [TV Version]
This version runs around 4 minutes longer than the DVD version; it is cut in places for language and sexual references but it contains some extra scenes not present in any other version.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 01:29:42 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Superbad [Extended Version]


Supergirl (1984) [TV Version]
ofidentifyingtheStouts.IncludedontheDVD.Broadcast version has a scene not seen in either laserdisc edition: After Selena’s defeat, Nigel is standing on the street. He bends over to pick up the Coffer of Shadows, now restored to its original, small size and decides to keep it as a memento. Another broadcast-only scene: After Supergirl flies off to return to Argo City, Ethan gets into his truck. He stops to say goodbye to Lucy and Jimmy. Syndicated TV versions, though said to be the 114 minute version, includes the full “flying ballet” sequence from the international version.


Superman (1978) [Extended Version]
This composite version runs around 37 minutes longer than the Expanded DVD version and contains all extra footage from the TV Version and Deleted Scenes, mixed with the Expanded DVD version. It is also known as the Restored International Cut. This is the fullscreen version so there is no change is aspect ratio when the new footage plays.
NTSC DVD+R DL, Fullscreen, Quality A, 03:08:40 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Superman (1978) [TV Version]
This version runs around 36 minutes longer than the Expanded DVD version. It contains many extra scenes, shots and lines of dialogue.
PAL DVD+R DL, Fullscreen, Quality B/C, 2:52:41 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Superman 2 [Workprint]
Restored International Cut 2 discs


Superman 2 (1980) [Extended Version]
This composite version runs around 19 minutes longer than the DVD version and contains all extra footage from the Australian, Danish and ABC TV Versions, mixed with the DVD version. It is also known as the Restored International Cut.
NTSC DVD+R DL, Fullscreen, Quality A, 02:25:57 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Superman 2 (1980) [Extended Version]
Internation Salkind version, not composite very rare cut. 155 mins. includes all the european footage.


Superman 2 (1980) [TV Version]
This version runs around 14 minutes longer than the DVD version. It was shown on ABC and contains many extra scenes, although it still misses several scenes which are contained in the Restored International Cut.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 2:16:53 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide

The ABC television version originally contained 17 minutes of footage that had been cut from the theatrical release, much of it remnants of ‘Richard Donner’ (qv)’s scenes he originally shot before ‘Richard Lester’ became director, while others are alternate scenes involving Lex Luthor in prison and the Fortress of Solitude. Also, the network version has an alternate ending where Lex Luthor is arrested and taken away by the Arctic Police (and, if you look closely, the three Phantom Zone villains are also arrested and taken away!), thus explaining Luthor’s appearance in “Superman IV”.
– At the end of the film Clark Kent bumps into a large bald guy, which reminds him to go to the diner to face the obnoxious trucker who beat him up earlier
– Superman destroys his Fortress of Solitude.
– The Phantom Zone villains land outside the Fortress of Solitude with Lex Luthor and Lois Lane, trying to figure out how to get in!
– Extended scenes of the three Kryptonians invasion of the White House, with Zod using a gun and Non frightening a dog.
– Superman cooks souffle using his heat vision, during dinner with Lois.
– Extended discussion between Zod and Ursa on the moon.
– The three Kryptonian villains are arrested in the TV version. The Canadian version has scenes not in the ABC version:
– A little girl watching the destruction of East Houston by the Kryptonians on TV.
– Longer conversation between Lois and Superman after he destroys the Fortress of Solitude.
– Lex Luthor taking Perry White’s coffee during the Times Square battle.
– Lex and Eve Teschmacher admiring the Fortress of Solitude.
– Lex’s negotiating with Superman after they leave the fortress is longer.


Superman 3 [Workprint]
Restored International Cut 2 discs


Superman 3 (1983) [Extended Version]
Internation Salkind version, very very rare this is a european version without subtitles, very clean


Superman 3 (1983) [TV Version]
This version runs around 15 minutes longer than the DVD version and contains many extra scenes, including many featuring Richard Prior. It is also cut in places.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 2:21:36 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Superman 3 (1983) [TV Version]
Rare television version 143 mins.


Superman 4 Quest For Peace [Extended Version]
This version runs around 4 minutes longer than the DVD version and is taken from the Japanese Laserdisc, it contains two extra scenes not found in any other version.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Japanese Subtitles, Quality A, 1:33:46 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Superman 4 Quest For Peace [Korean Version]
93 mins but in widescreen 2.35:1


Swamp Thing (1980) [TV Version]


Swamp Thing (1980) [Uncut Version]
Uncut international version


Sweet Home Alabama [Workprint]


Tales Of The Golden Monkey Episode 18 [Workprint]


Tango & Cash (1989) [TV Version]
The US TV version contains different camera angles for the scene when Tango and Cash are interrogating Requin on top of the building.


Tank Girl [Workprint]
This version runs a minute shorter than the DVD version but contains some shots, dialogue and two scenes not present in any other release. It also misses some scenes and contains unfinished special effects.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality B/C, 1:34:52 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Taxi Killer [Workprint]
Unreleased Italian crime film.


Teen Wolf (1985) [TV Version]
This version runs around 2 minutes longer than the DVD version; it is cut in places for language and sexual references but it contains some extra scenes not present in any other version.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 01:30:49 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide

The television version takes out two scenes and adds three scenes. The scenes deleted:
– Stiles is looking for some marijuana in his garage and Scott confide in him he is a werewolf.
– Pam tempts Scott to become the wolf by getting him “worked up”. The scenes added:
–Styles trying to get a keg of beer from another liquor store. He explains to Louis that he saw it in a movie once. After he comes out of the store minus a keg and gets in the car he says it didn’t work in the movie either.
– When Scott says his goodbyes to Boof after walking her home, he is all of the sudden being chased by a pack of dogs. He is saved by the family dog, Daisy.
– Scott is sitting on the porch with Daisy after coming home from the dance. He tells his father that he’s decided to not become the wolf anymore. His father tells him he will use it when the time is right.


Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles [Workprint] TO BE CONFIRMED!


Terminator 2 3D [Workprint]
This workprint features the footage used in the Terminator 2 3D ride at Universal Studios. This 2 disc set contains 4 different versions of the footage and a massive amount of extras. Many thanks to Hope Of The Future for creating this version.
2 x NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality B, 02:13:27 (Disc One) & 01: 49:15 (Disc Two) — Menu, Making Of, Documentaries, Interviews, Trailers, TV Spots etc


Terminator Salvation [Workprint]
This version contains no alternate footage and runs the same as the dvd, does have a blur at the bottom of the screen blocking water marks.


Terminator, The (1984) [Extended Version]
Very rare only 100 produced worldwide and given to employees uncut version seemless branching sampler version from MGM; 111 mins


Terminator, The (1984) [TV Version]
This version runs around 5 minutes shorter than the DVD version; it is cut in many places for language and violence but it contains some extra shots and one extra scene.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 01:35:09 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide

A television version shown in Canada uses a brief alternate take in the scene at the police station where Traxler is about to go talk with the news reporters. In the theatrical version when Traxler asks “how do I look?”, Vukovich replies “like shit, boss”. But in the television version, he replies “like you’ve been dead for a week”.


Terror In The Aisles [TV Version]
This version runs around 12 minutes longer than the DVD version and contains clips from many additional movies, but it is cut in places for violence, nudity and swearing.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:35:02 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Texas Chainsaw 3D [Extended Version]
This version runs around the same time as the DVD version, it is the unrated version that was only avaliable as a digital download and has not been released on DVD. It contains a few extra and alternate shots.
NTSC DVD-R, Anamorphic Widescreen, Quality A, 1:32:01 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Texas Chainsaw Massacre [Extended Version]


Texas Chainsaw Massacre [TV Version]


Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3 [Workprint Version A]


Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3 [Workprint Version B]


Texas Chainsaw Massacre Part 2 [Workprint]
This version runs around 10 minutes longer than the DVD version and contains all the deleted scenes from the DVD, plus two others and some extra shots.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 1:51:02 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Texasville [Extended Version]
This version runs around 24 minutes longer than the DVD version. It is the Directors Cut which is taken from the American Laserdisc and contains several extra scenes.
NTSC DVD+R DL, Fullscreen, Quality A, 2:29:30 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


There’s Something About Mary [Workprint]
This version contains no alternate footage and misses some scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B/C, 1:51:44 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


There’s Something About Mary (1998) [TV Version]
In the Fox broadcast of the film, along with the expected dialogue dubs (for example: “I’m fooling with you” rather than “I’m f*cking with you”; “That’s bullcrap” rather than “That’s bullsh*t”, etc.), several scenes use alternate footage in place of the more R-Rated footage. Among them:
– Before the infamous “hair gel scene”, Dom uses the phrase “release your manhood” rather than the more R-Rated “Blow your load”.
– The infamous “hair gel scene” only shows a wide angle with Mary and Ted up until the point that Mary takes the “hair gel” off his ear and wipes it in her hair (while the scene where Ted masturbates is cut, Ted is shown searching the room for it). When played up in this manner, it implies that it is actually a wad of hairgel, as opposed to a male biological product.
– In scene where Dom and his wife watch “Cops” together, rather than show Dom’s wife performing oral sex, they are simply cuddled up together on the couch.
– When Ted’s friend calls him “a f*cking liar”, alternate footage used shows him simply saying, “You’re a liar.”


They Live [TV Version]


Thief And The Cobbler, The (1993) [Workprint]
This version runs around 15 minutes longer than ‘The Princess and the Cobbler’ and around 27 minutes longer than ‘Arabian Knight’. Due to the sheer number of differences it wasn’t possible to do a Workprint Guide comparison. The sound has been cleaned up and the volume increased slightly.
PAL DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 1:30:22 — Menu and Workprint Notes


Thin Red Line [Original Version/Workprint] TO BE CONFIRMED!


Thing, The (1984) [TV Version]
This version runs around 15 minutes shorter than the DVD version and is severely cut for violence and swearing. However it contains some extra scenes, an alternate ending and a voice over at various points through the film. The extra scenes are featured on the official DVD as deleted scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:30:42 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide

The television broadcast version sometimes has an unknown person narrate the beginning of the film. He introduces all of the characters as they appear and gives a brief blurb about their goals/reasons for being there. At the end of the film, the narrator returns once more to deliver a haunting speech, and then a shot of the Huskie running away from the burning base is shown. This version often appears on TNT or TBS. This version also has so much of the gore edited out that originally deleted scenes are used as time fillers to extend existing scenes.The American syndicated television version has a slightly extended version of the scene where outside in the tractor Macready and Fuchs secretly discuss Blair’s sanity. In the extended version Fuchs remarks that while Blair may be losing his mind he is still a brilliant scientist and his rantings should not be totally dismissed.


This is Spinal Tap [Workprint]
This version is roughly 3 hours longer than the DVD version, for a total of 4 1/2 hours


Thomas and the Magic Railroad [Workprint] confirmed
Details


Three the Hard Way (1974) [TV Version]
Additional scenes were added to the TV version to pad out the running time and for content.


Throw Momma from the Train (1987) [TV Version] Details
Network TV versions restore extra footage.


Thunder [Extended Version]
This version runs about 7 minutes longer than the US VHS and has some extended and extra scenes. It is taken from the Japanese VHS.


Thunder 3 [Extended Version]
This version runs longer than the US VHS and contains extended shots of violence. It is taken from the Japanese VHS.


Thundercats Exodus [Extended Version]
This version runs around 9 minutes longer than the DVD version; it features the first four episodes edited together and combines the DVD version with the additional scenes from the VHS release. Thanks to Booshman for creating this version.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:27:08 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


THX 1138 (1971) [TV Version]
Alternate German and Italian Broadcast-version: The sequential arrangement and partially the length of many scenes throughout the movie is altered. The reasons therefor seem to be unknown.


Ticker [Workprint]
This version runs around 5 minutes shorter than the DVD version and is a very different version. It is the unofficial Director’s Cut that was released by Albert Pyun. It contains many alternate shots, extra scenes, changes to the order of scenes, incomplete special effects, an alternate ending and also misses some scenes. It also changes aspects of the plot such as being set in Chicago instread of San Francisco.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A/B, 1:21:32 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Time Machine (1993) [Workprint]
Includes alternate opening


Time Runner [TV Version]
Rare version 95 Mins


Tin Cup (1996) [TV Version]
At least one network television version adds a scene just before the U.S. Open, in which Roy and Romeo are almost kept from entering due to their shabby clothes and winnebago. David Simms then shows up, “heroically” points out that Roy’s name is misspelled on the roster, and they all enter… but Roy’s winnebago causes a considerable amount of (unintentional) property damage due to its height. But this makes Romeo’s surprised observation in the next scene that David is present less understandable.


Titanic (Pre Release) [Extended Version] TO BE CONFIRMED!


To The Limit [TV Version]


Tomorrow Never Dies (1997) [TV Version]
The UK terrestrial television broadcast by ITV in October 2001 included the “shuriken” and “face stamping” shots that were removed from the UK VHS and DVD releases.


Toolbox Murders (2004) [Extended Version]
This version runs around 3 minutes longer than the Standard DVD version and is the Unrated version. It contains some extra scenes that are not present in any other version.
NTSC DVD-R, Anamorphic Widescreen, Quality A, 1:37:14 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Top Secret! (1984) [TV Version]
This version runs around the same time as the DVD version, it is cut in places for language and sexual references but it also contains some extra scenes and shots.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:26:48 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide

Several scenes are in the television version that are not in the video release version:
– A two scene subplot involving Commandant van Horst’s dog.
– When Nick (Kilmer) spits at General Streck (Kemp) the projectile ricochets off of two walls.
– In the park, Nick offers Hillary (Gutteridge) a cart of beverages.
– When Nick and Hillary kiss, breaking the guitar, much of the scene is edited. They roll in front of two buildings and a window overlooking a burning building.
– Near the end, Cedric (Sharif) crushes Streck in a car as he had been.


Tornado Glory (2004) [TV Version]
An alternate 54-minute television version was created for broadcast in 2006. This version includes only two full storm chases – April 5th, 2003 and May 15th, 2003 – while adding a new sequence on storm chasing “busts”.


Torso [Alternate Version]
This version runs around the same time as the DVD but has a different opening credits scene.


Total Recall (1990) [Workprint] Details


Towering Inferno [TV Version]
This version runs around 20 minutes longer than the DVD version and contains many extra scenes, but it is cut for violence and swearing.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 2:52:59 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Toxic Avenger [TV Version]
This version runs around 2 minutes shorter than the DVD version, it is cut in places for language, violence and sexual references but it also contains some extra scenes, all of which appear in the Japanese Version.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 1:17:23 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Toxic Avenger 4 [Workprint]


Toy Story [Workprint]
This version contains no alternate footage and runs exactly the same as the DVD version, it does miss some scenes towards the end but that is due to encoding errors as opposed to the fact that the workprint is shorter.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality C, 1:15:09 — Menu and Workprint Notes


Trading Places (1983) [TV Version]
There was a scene in the movie that was not included in the final cut, but can only be seen when the movie is shown on television (presumably to fill a longer time slot with commercials). This “TV-only” scene occurs after Clarence Beeks talks to the Dukes via telephone and Billy Ray eavesdrops on their scheme. In the original cut, he goes from the phone booth to the Amtrak train platform, holding the briefcase with the crop report. Yet in this added scene, we see Beeks go and procure the reports from a secured vault where he drugs a security guard and uses the guard’s keys to open a safe-deposit box. When Ophelia (Jamie Lee Curtis) takes Louis (Dan Ackroyd) home with her, she undresses and examines her makeup in a large vanity mirror. In the theatrical release, she is bare-breasted; the scene was filmed again with her clothed for the television version. Another scene that is only available in the television version is one where Valentine (Eddie Murphy) first enters the Duke and Duke building. The cut version shows Coleman dropping off Valentine for his first day of work, then showing a smiling Valentine exiting an elevator and speaking to a receptionist. The uncut scene (television version) has Valentine entering the main hall of the building and going through a series of interactions with the same people that were pretty much identical to the scene near the beginning of the movie when Winthorpe (Dan Aykroyd) enters the building to go to work. This scene is one of the many ways of portraying contrasts in the movie… in this case “not knowing what to expect rookie” versus “veteran snob”. This scene also shows why Valentine has a smile on his face as he exits the elevator and speaks confidently to the receptionist. Valentine sure was nervous before he entered the building talking to Coleman, but gains confidence as he progresses down the main hall toward the elevator.


Trading Places (1983) [TV Version] Details


Trailer Park Boys [Extended Version]


Train [Extended Version]
This version runs around 30 seconds longer than the Standard DVD version and is taken from the French DVD. It contains many extra shots of gore and violence but misses one short scene.
PAL DVD-R, Anamorphic Widescreen, Dolby 5.1, Quality A, 1:30:46 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Trains plains and automobiles [TV Version]


Transgression (1994) [Workprint]
This version was released by the director and the only official release is the UK VHS. There are some many differences between the VHS, scenes are shorter or longer, many are in a different order, dialogue is altrernate, the voiceovers are alternate. As there are so many differences it wasn’t possible to do a Workprint Guide.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A/B, 1:21:29 — Menu and Workprint Notes


Transmissions (2004) [TV Version]
Re-released in 2014 in a completely re-edited version called “Transmissions: The Complete Broadcast” featuring new/alternate footage, new music and new sound mix.


Transporter 2 [Extended Version]
This version runs around 6 minutes longer than the Uncut DVD version and is taken from the German DVD. It contains some extra shots and scenes.
PAL DVD-R, Anamorphic Widescreen, Dolby 5.1, Quality A, 1:30:23 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Trauma (1993) [Extended Version]
This composite version runs around 3 minutes longer than the DVD version. It contains the DVD version combined with the additional scenes from the Italian DVD. The extra scenes are in Italian with English subtitles, which have been specially made for this DVD.
PAL DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A, 1:45:06 — Menu and Extended Version Notes


Trauma (1993) [Workprint]
This version runs around 10 minutes longer than the DVD version and contains nine extra scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A/B, 1:53:08 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Treasure Planet [Workprint]
This version runs around the same time as the DVD version but contains some alternate dialogue in places and an alternate ending. There is also a lot of incomplete animation.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Timecoded, Stamped, Quality B, 1:28:14 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Trick [Workprint]
Letterbox.


Troll [TV Version]


Tromeo and Juliet (1996) [Extended Version]
This version runs around 7 minutes longer than the DVD version, is it taken from the German DVD and contains some extra scenes.
PAL DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:54:03 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Tropa De Elite [Workprint]
This version contains no alternate footage and runs exactly the same as the DVD version.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A, 1:53:47 — Menu and Workprint Notes


True Romance [Extended Version]
extended chronological edit


Tucker & Dale Vs Evil [Workprint]
This version runs around 2 minutes shorter than the DVD version, it misses some scenes, contains alternate and extra shots and also some extra scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:23:00 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Turner & Hooch [TV Version] Details


Twin Town [Extended Version]
This version runs around 2 minutes longer than the DVD version and is taken from the American VHS. It contains one extra scene, which is a prologue set in a Moroccan jail.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:41:05 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Twins [TV Version]


Twister [Workprint] TO BE CONFIRMED!


Two-Minute Warning (1976) [TV Version]
This version runs around 31 minutes longer than the DVD version. It contains a completely alternate plot in which the sniper is working with a gang planning an art heist. Due to the sheer number of extra scenes it wasn’t possible to do a TV version Guide comparison.
NTSC DVD+R DL, Fullscreen, Quality A, 2:27:17 — Menu and TV Version Notes

Originally with a straightforward plot about a homicidal sniper acting alone and a SWAT team hunting him down, the network-TV version adds 30 minutes of side story, making the sniper a hired hand for a band of robbers, acting as a cover-up for an art heist. This version was conceived during negotiations between Universal Pictures and NBC in 1978, because NBC refused to air a film centered around a homicidal sniper. This version is sometimes aired on broadcast TV in the USA. In this version, the copyright and legal information titles are left out!


U2: Rattle and Hum [Workprint]
20 mins. of additional footage


Ultimate Warrior, The [TV Version]


Unbreakable [Extended Version]


Unbreakable [Workprint]


Underworld 3 [Workprint]


Unfaithful [Workprint]


Untamed Heart (1993) [TV Version]
A scene where Marisa Tomei took off her brassiere was re-shot at a different angle. The scene from the front showing her topless was only for broadcast on European television.


Until Death (2007) [Workprint]
A workprint is in existence, which runs 113 minutes in length and features the exclusive footage from the Van Damme-supervised American release integrated within the framework of the European ‘director’s cut’. This version of the film is said to have been released on DVD in Scandinavia and in Belgium.


Urban Legend [Workprint]
This version contains no alternate footage but does have a different soundtrack.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Timecoded, Quality B/C, 1:36:59 — Menu and Workprint Notes


Üvegtigris 2 [Workprint]


Vampire Sucks [Workprint]


Vampires [Workprint]
This version contains no alternate footage and runs exactly the same as the DVD version.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Timecoded, Quality B/C, 1:48:05 — Menu and Workprint Notes


Very Bad Things [Workprint]
This version runs around the same time as the DVD version but contains some alternate dialogue and an uncut nudity scene.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Timecoded, Quality B, 1:36:24 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Videodrome (1983) [TV Version]
The TV version first released to syndicated television is a significantly different edit with extra/additional material as follows: -A very different and extended introduction with longer opening titles presented over red themed paintings. -A longer version of Max’s business meeting with the Japanese salesmen, including a reminiscence about a girl in a Hong Kong hotel, a sinister foreshadowing of the disappearing Videodrome performers. -Extended Sales Meeting at Civic TV. -A very brief additional line of dialogue in Harlan’s lab. -An extension of the scene with Max and Nicki watching Videodrome. -Masha comments how Max looks tired and exhausted but makes her sales pitch. -Max takes a longer walk down Skid Row, and gets offered two meal choices during an extended scene inside the Cathode Ray Mission. -An extended version of Brian’s monologue in which he comments, “You’ve got a nice little addiction going.” -Nicki calls Max and explains that she was behind his first major hallucination, and Brian makes a return appearance telling Max to take advantage of his position. -Nicki picks up Max in a limo, and notes how much she likes his current incarnation, including his “sick and wonderful” hallucinations. -Barry Convex offers a greatly expanded backstory about the optical accumulator as a military device. -Max walks down the street and see a very different version of himself in a store window. -“It’s Always Painful to change the program”. -An alternate, shortened version of Barry Conex’s assassination, made “safe” for US TV. -Max nervously sees a news report about the shootings on TV and encounters a mentally disturbed homeless man. -An extended version of Max’s solo excursion deeper into the heart of the city and his own psyche, revealing more of the boat interior. -TV Epilogue – Pivotal lines of dialogue from the main characters are reiterated over the same paintings seen over the opening titles. (All the above are available on the 2015 Arrow Video UK Blu-ray release). Some TV prints of the film have an extended ending. While the original film ends with James Woods holding a gun to his head, the TV version continues on to show images of cast members as dialogue from the film is heard.


Videodrome (1983) [Extended Version]
This composite version runs around 16 minutes longer than the DVD version and contains all the scenes from the Director’s Cut and the Television Version.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:46:02 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Vinyl [Workprint]


Wag The Dog [Workprint] TO BE CONFIRMED!


Waiting For Guffman [Workprint]
This version runs around 46 minutes longer than the DVD version and contains many extra scenes, shots, lines of dialogue and an alternate ending. It also misses some scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B/C, 2:04:12 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Walking Tall [TV Version]
This version runs around 8 minutes longer than the DVD version, it is cut in places for violence and sexual references but contains some extra scenes, some of which appear on the DVD as deleted scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:23:18 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Warlock [TV Version]


Warriors, The (1979) [Extended Version]
This composite version runs around 7 minutes longer than the DVD version and contains all the scenes from the DVD Version and the Television Version. Thanks to Tranzor for creating this version.
NTSC DVD-R, Anamorphic Widescreen, Quality A, 1:40:48 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Warriors, The (1979) [TV Version]
This version runs around the same time as the DVD version but contains eight new scenes not present in any other version. It is also cut for violence and swearing.
PAL DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 1:36:26 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide

The Australian TV version had a scene included at the end where a cop car was driving in an alley way, narrowly missing someone walking. This scene was also used in the 1980 film, “Alligator”. The TV version adds approximately 6 minutes of extra footage, including:
– A completely new introduction takes place at Coney Island. Here it starts showing a more in depth look at Cleon (the leader of The Warriors), while his girlfriend warns him not to go to the Bronx for the meeting. It also shows Cleon introducing the 9 delegates chosen for the meeting (introduces the other Warrior members). They all then walk off (in the sunset so to speak) to the meeting while a surf song (later used in Pulp Fiction) plays. The scene abruptly cuts, suggesting that directly after this would have come the titles for the movie.
– Directly after the new introduction, it shows an abrupt (again) scene with Swan and Ajax in a subway terminal, where Ajax still goes on about the meeting being a setup and a waste of time. The way this was placed in the TV version, suggest that there was much more footage before this scene took place.
– After those two scenes occur (above) the movie then goes into the regular introduction used in the theatrical/VHS/DVD/laser versions. Immediately after this, we are shown new footage of the Warriors trying to find the meeting in the park, all the while Ajax (and a few others) still insisting it is a setup.
– Their is some extra footage during Cyrus’ speech at the meeting. His speech goes on to talk about somethings that will try to hold you back if you fall into them (friends, courts, etc.)
– After the scene were the Gramercy Riffs’ second in command is being told be an associate that the Turnbull AC’s “blew it”. We are given new footage of the female DJ announcing on the air that the Turnbull AC’s failed to get the Warriors.
– After the DJ announces on the air that the Baseball Furies failed (“they dropped the ball”) We are then shown a new scene that shows one of the Riffs hanging up a telephone and reporting to the second in command that the “Police from the 96th station” failed to catch the Warriors. The second in command then ask “what about the Furies” to which is replied “they missed too”. This scene was more then likely cut because it implies that somehow the Gramercy Riffs and the police are “connected” in some way.
– The next scene is edited differently then the other released versions: the theatrical/DVD/VHS/laser version for the scene in Union Square subway before the fight with the Punks, shows Swan talking with Mercy, then the rest of the Warriors coming down the steps (to meet Swan). Swan “eyes” out the other gang, and nods for the Warriors to head towards the bathroom and go inside (they show the rest of the Warrior gang go in). Next it shows Swan and Mercy Head towards the bathroom and Mercy saying how she cannot go in there, “it’s a mens room”. Vermin pulls her inside. The TV version offers some extra footage and slightly different’t editing, and this changes the scene a little. After Swan gives the “eye” for the rest of the Warriors to head towards the bathroom, it shows the second small word exchange between Swan and Mercy (in the regular version this small exchange is shown after the Warriors go into the bathroom). Next it shows the rollerskating gang coming together (same as the regular version). But then we are given extra footage of Swan and Mercy meeting up with the other Warriors in front of the bathroom. It is here that they let Swan and the other Warriors know that they found out all of the other gangs think they killed Cyrus and how Ajax was arrested. It then shows more footage of the Punks slowly moving forward. Then this is where we see Swan nod for the Warriors to go into the bathroom (which is different and not the same “bathroom entering” scene shown in all other versions). It then goes to the same scene where Mercy complains she cannot go into a men’s room. This scene should have been left in as it shows where (along the line) Swan finds out his gang is wanted by the Riffs. It was probably cut as it slows down the tension leading to the fight scene that occurs in the bathroom, seconds after.
– When the Rogues follow the Warriors by car in Coney Island, we see the Warriors run under a pier. Immediately we are shown an extra scene of the Warriors stopping under the pier and looking at the Rogue’s car. Swan mentioned how they have one “bop” left to go. Vermin then suggest “how about we just run” and they show the Warriors start to run further under the pier. It then cuts back to the regular scene of the Warriors walking under the pier. The TV version with the extra footage (listed here) was time compressed and the 6 minutes is really/roughly 12mins when it is made to match the speed of the film used for the DVD/laser disc versions


Watcher, The [Workprint]


Waterworld (1995) [Extended Version]
This composite version runs around 40 minutes longer than the DVD version. It contains the uncut version of the film mixed with the additional scenes from over five different TV versions. Thanks to McFly89 for creating this version.
NTSC DVD+R DL, Fullscreen, Quality A, 2:56:48 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Waterworld (1995) [TV Version]
This version runs around 36 minutes longer than the DVD Version. It is cut in places for swearing, violence and sexual references but it contains many extra shots and scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 2:50:23 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Waterworld (1995) [Workprint]
This version runs around the same time as the DVD version but contains many extra scenes, and also misses many scenes. Most of the extra scenes appear in the Extended Version; however some are exclusive to the workprint.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality B/C, 2:13:13 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Wedding Singer [Workprint] TO BE CONFIRMED!


Weird Science (1985) [TV Version]
This version runs around the same time as the DVD version, it is cut in places for swearing and sexual references but it contains some extra scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:31:24 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide

Extra footage was added to the syndicated television version:
– A bunch of guys wearing Devo helmets try to get into Gary and Wyatt’s party.
– Extra scene at the very beginning where Gary and Wyatt are in the kitchen cooking. Television version removes the sequence where biker leader asks Gary if he has ‘tossed off to any good books recently’. The home video version plays Oingo Boingo’s ‘Weird Science’ as Lisa ascends the mall escalator while all other versions (theatrical and TV) play ‘Pretty Woman’. In the last scene at the high-school gym, the theatrical version plays the “Theme From ‘Rocky'” while the home-video and TV versions play “Weird Science”. Reportedly, a scene included in the theatrical release is omitted from TV and home video releases: after the leader of the mutant bikers announces to everyone that “they couldn’t even take a shower with a beautiful woman without wearing their jeans” they realized that the mutant bikers were another of Lisa’s creations and wouldn’t harm them. With the original scene they have an opportunity to show off for their friends. With that scene cut they suddenly develop courage on their own. Comedy Central version changes some of the music in some scenes and adds the scene where Gary and Wyatt are cooking in the beginning.


Westworld [TV Version] Details
NBC


What Dreams May Come [Workprint Version A]
This version runs around 3 minutes shorter than the DVD version and contains an extra line of dialogue, however it misses some shots and part of the ending.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality B, 1:43:29 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


What Dreams May Come [Workprint Version B]
This version runs around 10 minutes shorter than the DVD version. It misses some scenes and changes the order of many, however it contains some alternate shots and additional lines of dialogue.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality B, 1:37:04 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


When Time Ran Out [TV Version]
This version runs around 34 minutes longer than the DVD version, it misses some scenes but it contains many extra scenes, shots and lines of dialogue.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A/B, 02:23:28 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Where The Buffalo Roam [TV Version]
This version runs around 6 minutes shorter than the DVD version; it is cut in many places for language and drug taking but it contains several extra scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 1:33:06 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Whirlpool [Workprint]
Due to the extreme rarity of this film a comparison is not possible. There is another copy out there which is a telecine transfer composite with this workprint.


Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988) [TV Version]
This version runs around 3 minutes longer than the DVD version; it misses a line of dialogue but contains some extra scenes not present in any other version.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B/C, 1:47:46 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide

Some versions include an extra sequence (called the “Pig Head Sequence”): Eddie Valiant had gone into Toontown, ambushed by the weasels and had a pig’s head “tooned” onto his. He went home and took a shower during which Jessica walks into his apartment. This scene was cut from the original release, but did appear in theatrical trailers and a television broadcast. A scene cut from the theatrical version where Jessica rolls up her dress to reveal her stockings as she sits cross-legged is included in this sequence.


Who’s Harry Crumb [TV Version] Details


Wild Card [Extended Version]
This version runs around 10 minutes longer than the Blu Ray version and was shown on Pay Per View. It contains a few extra scenes and also some scenes use alternate shots and dialogue throughout.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A, 1:42:39 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Willard [Workprint]
This version runs around 10 minutes longer than the DVD version and includes almost all the deleted scenes from the DVD, among other scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Timecoded, Stamped, Quality B, 1:46:05 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory [TV Version]


Witness [TV Version]
This version runs around 2 minutes longer than the DVD version. It is cut for language and violence and also misses a scene; however it does contain two extra scenes.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 01:54:16 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Wizard of Oz, The (1925) [TV Version]
In 2005, Turner Entertainment Company copyrighted a 72-minute version with an original musical score composed, arranged and conducted by ‘Robert Israel’. It was distributed by Warner Bros. Television and broadcast on Turner Classic Movies in 2006.


Wolf of Wall Street [Workprint]
Workprint/NC-17 Version


Wolfen (1981) [TV Version]
A cameo (about 15 seconds) by ‘Tom Waits’ as a bar owner playing the piano and singing his song “Jitterbug Boy” was included in theatrical prints and early TV versions, but had to be removed from the film for video and DVD releases due to copyright reasons.


Wonderful World Of The Brothers Grimm [Extended Version]
This version runs around 6 minutes longer than the DVD version, it does not contain any alternate footage but there is a musical overture at the beginning and a musical intermission in the middle.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality B, 2:15:31 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Wyatt Earp [Extended Version A]
This version runs around 20 minutes longer than the DVD version and contains many extra scenes. This version it taken from the VHS and has one extra scene that is not present in Version B, which is taken from the Laserdisc.
NTSC DVD+R DL, Widescreen, Quality A/B, 3:31:19 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Wyatt Earp [Extended Version B]
This version runs around 19 minutes longer than the DVD version and contains many extra scenes. This version is taken from the Laserdisc and although it is better quality, it does miss one extra scene that is present in Version A.
NTSC DVD+R DL, Widescreen, Quality A, 3:30:53 — Menu, Extended Version Notes and a selectable Extended Version Guide


Wyatt Earp [Workprint] TO BE CONFIRMED!


X Files The Movie [Workprint]
This version contains no alternate footage but misses scenes and contains lots of unfinished f/x.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality B, 1:58:11 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


X-Men Origins: Wolverine [Workprint]
This version runs around the same time as the DVD version but contains two alternate shots and misses a line of dialogue. It also contains unfinished special effects.
NTSC DVD-R, Widescreen, Quality A, 1:46:41 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Xtro [TV Version]
This version runs around 3 minutes longer than the DVD version; it is uncut and contains some additional scenes, including an alternate ending.
PAL DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality A, 1:22:33 — Menu, TV Version Notes and a selectable TV Version Guide


Your Friends And Neighbours [Workprint] TO BE CONFIRMED!


Zac and Miri make a porno [Extended Version]


Zombie Holocaust [Workprint]
This version runs around 5 minutes longer than the DVD version and contains one extra scene, which is included on some of the DVD releases as an extra.
NTSC DVD-R, Fullscreen, Quality B, 1:24:57 — Menu, Workprint Notes and a selectable Workprint Guide


Important notes

None of the titles in this list is in my possession, so do not ask where to find them because frankly I don’t know… these data are taken on the net, and, in the case you will find one, you must own the respective released media.

Striked titles are supposed to have the same content found in a released media, but with lower quality, it’s pointless to own such titles, but they are still in the list solely for reference purposes.

Quality goes from A (good quality) to D (bad, but still watchable); even if a given title has A quality, it doesn’t mean it’s like a released DVD, so do not expect perfct quality from these titles… they are just an entertaining, and fresh, way to see a different version of your preferred movie!

I’ll try to mantain updated the list as often as possible, usually weekly; if you think any entry contains errors, or would like to add a new one, you are welcome! Just comment this post.


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2 thoughts on “WORKPRINTS – Master List

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    Brad Archuleta

    July 7, 2017 at 1:25am

    How can I buy these from u

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      admin

      July 24, 2017 at 10:06am

      You can’t… as I wrote in the post, I have NO WORKPRINT at all!

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