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11th Aug '17 10:28:40 AM ThomasVeggieDramaFan
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* Similarly, ''Film/MuppetTreasureIsland'' ended up cutting one verse from the song "Something Better", which can be found on the soundtrack (The ''first'' verse, strangely enough).

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* Similarly, ''Film/MuppetTreasureIsland'' ended up cutting one verse from the song songs "Something Better", which can be found on the soundtrack Better" (The ''first'' verse, strangely enough).enough) and "Cabin Fever", both of which can be found on the soundtrack.
23rd Jul '17 8:32:29 AM Prfnoff
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* The original producers ''Theatre/TheGoldenApple'' eliminated the original final number, "We've Just Begun," in favor of a reprise of "It's The Going Home Together." (An abridged version of this reprise can be heard on the heavily abridged original cast recording.) The authors resented this ExecutiveMeddling and reinstated "We've Just Begun" in the licensed edition of the show.

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* The original producers ''Theatre/TheGoldenApple'' eliminated the original final number, "We've Just Begun," in favor of a reprise of "It's The Going Home Together." (An abridged version of this reprise can be heard on the heavily abridged original cast recording.) The authors resented this ExecutiveMeddling and reinstated "We've Just Begun" in the licensed edition of the show.show, though the 2017 City Center Encores! production was able to use the reprise of "It's The Going Home Together" as a CurtainCall.
23rd Jul '17 8:25:55 AM Prfnoff
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** The 1974 Broadway revival rewrote the show in one act, with many songs thrown out (and the orchestration heavily reduced) and lyrics to some others entirely rewritten by Creator/StephenSondheim. One of the Sondheim lyrics, "Sheep Song" (a replacement for "The Ballad of Eldorado," whose use in this production was vetoed by Creator/LillianHellman), used the music of "Fernando's Lullaby," which had been cut in the show's earliest stages of production; another Sondheim lyric, "This World," was a new version of "Candide's Lament," a song version of Cunegonde's {{Leitmotif}} which had been cut in most previous productions. Sondheim also wrote new lyrics for the verse part of "Ring Around a Rosy" so it could be incorporated into "Auto-Da-Fé," whose refrain uses the same tune. The "Auto-Da-F&eacute" chorus was featured in the 1956 production's Lisbon scene, but with entirely different lyrics.

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** The 1974 Broadway revival rewrote the show in one act, with many songs thrown out (and the orchestration heavily reduced) and lyrics to some others entirely rewritten by Creator/StephenSondheim. One of the Sondheim lyrics, "Sheep Song" (a replacement for "The Ballad of Eldorado," whose use in this production was vetoed by Creator/LillianHellman), used the music of "Fernando's Lullaby," which had been cut in the show's earliest stages of production; another Sondheim lyric, "This World," was a new version of "Candide's Lament," a song version of Cunegonde's {{Leitmotif}} which had been cut in most previous productions. Sondheim also wrote new lyrics for the verse part of "Ring Around a Rosy" so it could be incorporated into "Auto-Da-Fé," whose refrain uses the same tune. The "Auto-Da-F&eacute" "Auto-Da-Fé" chorus was featured in the 1956 production's Lisbon scene, but with entirely different lyrics.
23rd Jul '17 8:25:36 AM Prfnoff
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** The 1974 Broadway revival rewrote the show in one act, with many songs thrown out (and the orchestration heavily reduced) and lyrics to some others entirely rewritten by Creator/StephenSondheim. One of the Sondheim lyrics, "Sheep Song" (a replacement for "The Ballad of Eldorado," whose use in this production was vetoed by Creator/LillianHellman), used the music of "Fernando's Lullaby," which had been cut in the show's earliest stages of production; another Sondheim lyric, "This World," was a new version of "Candide's Lament," a song version of Cunegonde's {{Leitmotif}} which had been cut in most previous productions. Sondheim also wrote new lyrics for the verse part of "Ring Around a Rosy" so it could be incorporated into "Auto-Da-Fé," whose refrain uses the same tune.

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** The 1974 Broadway revival rewrote the show in one act, with many songs thrown out (and the orchestration heavily reduced) and lyrics to some others entirely rewritten by Creator/StephenSondheim. One of the Sondheim lyrics, "Sheep Song" (a replacement for "The Ballad of Eldorado," whose use in this production was vetoed by Creator/LillianHellman), used the music of "Fernando's Lullaby," which had been cut in the show's earliest stages of production; another Sondheim lyric, "This World," was a new version of "Candide's Lament," a song version of Cunegonde's {{Leitmotif}} which had been cut in most previous productions. Sondheim also wrote new lyrics for the verse part of "Ring Around a Rosy" so it could be incorporated into "Auto-Da-Fé," whose refrain uses the same tune. The "Auto-Da-F&eacute" chorus was featured in the 1956 production's Lisbon scene, but with entirely different lyrics.
23rd Jul '17 8:21:59 AM Prfnoff
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** The 1974 Broadway revival rewrote the show in one act, with many songs thrown out (and the orchestration heavily reduced) and lyrics to some others entirely rewritten by StephenSondheim. One of the Sondheim lyrics, "Sheep Song" (a replacement for "The Ballad of Eldorado"), used the music of "Fernando's Lullaby," which had been cut in the show's earliest stages of production; another Sondheim lyric, "This World," was a new version of "Candide's Lament," a song version of Cunegonde's {{Leitmotif}} which had been cut in most previous productions. Sondheim also wrote new lyrics for the verse part of "Ring Around a Rosy" so it could be incorporated into "Auto-Da-Fé," whose refrain uses the same tune.

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** The 1974 Broadway revival rewrote the show in one act, with many songs thrown out (and the orchestration heavily reduced) and lyrics to some others entirely rewritten by StephenSondheim. Creator/StephenSondheim. One of the Sondheim lyrics, "Sheep Song" (a replacement for "The Ballad of Eldorado"), Eldorado," whose use in this production was vetoed by Creator/LillianHellman), used the music of "Fernando's Lullaby," which had been cut in the show's earliest stages of production; another Sondheim lyric, "This World," was a new version of "Candide's Lament," a song version of Cunegonde's {{Leitmotif}} which had been cut in most previous productions. Sondheim also wrote new lyrics for the verse part of "Ring Around a Rosy" so it could be incorporated into "Auto-Da-Fé," whose refrain uses the same tune.
23rd Jul '17 8:11:08 AM Prfnoff
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** "Till Good Luck Comes My Way" (Ravenal's [[IAmSong establishing song]]) originally began with a recitative that was cut from the original production. Later revivals cut the number and the scene in which it appeared, though it remains in underscoring.

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** "Till Good Luck Comes My Way" (Ravenal's [[IAmSong establishing song]]) originally began with a recitative that was cut from the original production. Later revivals cut the number and the scene in which it appeared, though it remains remained in underscoring.underscoring, until the 1994 revival brought the scene back with new staging.
7th Jul '17 6:55:35 PM jormis29
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* Music/{{Journey}}'s 1983 album ''Frontiers'' had two songs cut from its original release -- "Only The Young", which eventually appeared as part of the soundtrack for the 1985 film ''Vision Quest'', and "Ask The Lonely", which was used for the 1983 film ''Two Of A Kind''. Both songs were restored on the album's 2006 CD re-release.

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* Music/{{Journey}}'s 1983 album ''Frontiers'' had two songs cut from its original release -- "Only The Young", which eventually appeared as part of the soundtrack for the 1985 film ''Vision Quest'', and "Ask The Lonely", which was used for the 1983 film ''Two ''Film/{{Two Of A Kind''.Kind|1983}}''. Both songs were restored on the album's 2006 CD re-release.
17th Jun '17 11:25:01 PM LucaEarlgrey
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* ''VideoGame/BlueWishResurrection'' has a "bgm" folder with all of the game's music in mp3 format...and an unused track titled "offensive".
4th Jun '17 9:43:55 PM JoeMerl
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* ''WesternAnimation/SouthParkBiggerLongerAndUncut'' originally had Sheila's VillainSong be "Something Must Be Done", which was scrapped and replaced with "Blame Canada".
* ''[[WesternAnimation/TheMagicAdventuresOfMumfie Mumfie's Quest]]'' had the VillainSong "I Must Have My Night" and "Pigs Can Fly". The latter sdid show up in the ChristmasSpecial with different lyrics.

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* ''WesternAnimation/SouthParkBiggerLongerAndUncut'' originally had Sheila's VillainSong be "Something Must Be Done", which was scrapped Done" for the adults planning the war with Canada, and then a reprise for the kids planning to stop them. These were replaced with by "Blame Canada".
Canada" and "What Would Brian Boitano Do?," respectively.
* ''[[WesternAnimation/TheMagicAdventuresOfMumfie Mumfie's Quest]]'' had the VillainSong "I Must Have My Night" and "Pigs Can Fly". The latter sdid did show up in the ChristmasSpecial with different lyrics.



** "The Ballad of Klimpaloon" from "Summer Belongs to You". The song is included on the soundtrack.

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** "The Ballad of Klimpaloon" from "Summer Belongs to You". The song is included on the soundtrack.soundtrack and later got used in a different episode.
4th Jun '17 9:30:20 PM JoeMerl
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* ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'': In the season 2 finale [[spoiler: when Bill Cipher enters our reality and starts wreaking havoc]], he was going to have a song but it was cut for time. A fan composed an animatic for it [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vq5sZPPF9ao here]].

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* ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'': In the season 2 finale [[spoiler: when Bill Cipher enters our reality and starts wreaking havoc]], he The GrandFinale was going to have a song but it was cut VillainSong for time. A fan composed an [[BigBad Bill Cipher]] called "It's Gonna Get Weird." An animatic for it can be seen [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vq5sZPPF9ao here]]. (Spoiler warning.)
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