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23rd Sep '17 3:43:42 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''Film/{{Riddick}}'': There was a scene removed from the theatrical version that continues after Riddick escapes the planet where he goes back to the Necromongers to find that [[spoiler:it was Krone who really betrayed him, and Vaako has crossed into the Underverse.]]
25th Aug '17 9:45:21 PM 134340Goat
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** ''Film/ReturnOfTheJedi'' had several that gave some depth to Moff Jerjerrod, not to mention more showcasing just how evil Palpatine was. Long story short, Palpatine ordered for Jerjerrod to fire the superlaser on Endor should the Death Star's shield be deactivated, an order that Jerjerrod reluctantly attempted to obey (it's obvious that his reluctance is because several of their men will be killed in the blast). It was apparently cut for time purposes, although it was retained in the Novelization, and was also included in the Blu-Ray releases.

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** ''Film/ReturnOfTheJedi'' had several that gave some depth to Moff Jerjerrod, not to mention more showcasing just how evil Palpatine was. Long story short, Palpatine ordered for Jerjerrod to fire the superlaser on Endor should the Death Star's shield be deactivated, an order that Jerjerrod reluctantly attempted to obey (it's obvious that his reluctance is because several of their men will be killed in the blast). It was apparently cut for time purposes, although it was retained in the Novelization, and was also included in the Blu-Ray releases.releases' special features.
3rd Aug '17 10:39:42 PM mimitchi33
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* The Creator/{{CBS}} broadcast of ''WesternAnimation/TheRugratsMovie'' included two scenes that were cut from the theatrical and video releases - the first one is about Stu and Didi having a nightmare about Dr. Lipschitz, and the second had the Rugrats dragging the Reptar Wagon up a hill while singing to an army chant, the latter of which was included in the print novelization. Unfortunately, very few people watched the CBS broadcast, and these scenes are also not included on the DVD release. However, they have been retained in Nickelodeon's broadcasts of the film.
19th Jul '17 10:26:47 PM ecuvulle6267
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* ''Film/{{Help}}'':
** Footage for a few deleted scenes has been floating around. One of the most prominent ones is for a scene in which Music/TheBeatles attend The Sam Ahab School of Transcendental Elocution. While there, they, Sam Ahab, and another student known as "Lady Macbeth" are hypnotized by the cult's "Go to the Window" music, except for George, who was wearing earplugs. They try to chop off Ringo's hand while most of the room is in a trance, but George knocks the axe (!!!) they were using out of their hands and into a mirror. The cult flees and everyone wakes up to see the axe left behind. The scene ends with John removing the axe and asking Lady Macbeth "[[ShoutOut Is this a chopper]] [[Theatre/{{Macbeth}} that you see before you?]]". This scene would have explained why Ringo withdrew his hand so quickly the next time they tried to cut it off, as well as how the boys knew to plug their ears in the Scotland Yard scene.
** One scene cut from the movie had Music/GeorgeHarrison, disguised as Music/RingoStarr, sitting in a treehouse.
** A scene cut from the film was to have been within the attempts to kill Ringo, (within the five attempts), it involved Ringo making a phone call in a phone box, and a blotched sacrifice attempt made within the phone box.
15th Jul '17 5:40:27 PM ClintEastwood
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** The commercially available cut of "The Time Meddler" is restored from a poor quality 16mm telerecording found in Nigeria. The Nigerian censors removed a scene in the episode "Checkmate" in which two Vikings get stabbed to death for being too violent, and [[MissingEpisode no visuals of the scene are known to exist]]. The soundtrack of the 'missing 12 seconds' does exist, and the DVD special features contain the audio, accompanied by portions of the script. The American syndication version of "The Time Meddler" cuts the scene in the first episode where Vicki finds Steven stowed away in the TARDIS, as it's a direct continuation of the previous story ("The Chase") which doesn't make much sense if you haven't seen that too.
** "Inferno" has a scene of the Doctor and the Brigade Leader listening to a radio broadcast talking about the apocalypse about to destroy the world. The scene was cut due to the fact that the radio announcer was played by Creator/JonPertwee, and although he was doing a 'voice' the director decided it was too obviously the same actor. Seeing as the plot involved a MirrorUniverse in which the Doctor is conspicuously absent, this had the potential to get extremely confusing, and the scene was ditched. It's still viewable on the DVD.
** "The Ark in Space":

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** The commercially available cut of "The "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS2E9TheTimeMeddler The Time Meddler" Meddler]]" is restored from a poor quality 16mm telerecording found in Nigeria. The Nigerian censors removed a scene in the episode "Checkmate" in which two Vikings get stabbed to death for being too violent, and [[MissingEpisode no visuals of the scene are known to exist]]. The soundtrack of the 'missing 12 seconds' does exist, and the DVD special features contain the audio, accompanied by portions of the script. The American syndication version of "The Time Meddler" cuts the scene in the first episode where Vicki finds Steven stowed away in the TARDIS, as it's a direct continuation of the previous story ("The Chase") ("[[Recap/DoctorWhoS2E8TheChase The Chase]]") which doesn't make much sense if you haven't seen that too.
** "Inferno" "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS7E4Inferno Inferno]]" has a scene of the Doctor and the Brigade Leader listening to a radio broadcast talking about the apocalypse about to destroy the world. The scene was cut due to the fact that the radio announcer was played by Creator/JonPertwee, and although he was doing a 'voice' the director decided it was too obviously the same actor. Seeing as the plot involved a MirrorUniverse in which the Doctor is conspicuously absent, this had the potential to get extremely confusing, and the scene was ditched. It's still viewable on the DVD.
** "The "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS12E2TheArkInSpace The Ark in Space":Space]]":



** "Terror of the Zygons"'s TARDIS arrival scene was cut from the original broadcast and VHS versions due to difficulty getting the TARDIS splitscreen effect to work. This ends up leaving the Doctor inexplicably dressed in a tartan Tam-o'-shanter tracking something with a gadget. The scene was restored from black-and-white footage and recolourised for the DVD version, giving the Doctor time to explain that he's trying to locate UNIT with a receiver (and that he knows he's in Scotland [[CircularReasoning because he's dressed for Scotland]]).

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** "Terror "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS13E1TerrorOfTheZygons Terror of the Zygons"'s Zygons]]"'s TARDIS arrival scene was cut from the original broadcast and VHS versions due to difficulty getting the TARDIS splitscreen effect to work. This ends up leaving the Doctor inexplicably dressed in a tartan Tam-o'-shanter tracking something with a gadget. The scene was restored from black-and-white footage and recolourised for the DVD version, giving the Doctor time to explain that he's trying to locate UNIT with a receiver (and that he knows he's in Scotland [[CircularReasoning because he's dressed for Scotland]]).
14th Jun '17 5:58:29 AM jormis29
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* ''Manga/DGray-man'': Due to a magazine change and timing issues, Hoshino could not include some scenes of the Alma Karma arc in the original weekly magazine releases. The absence of Fô in Alma's flashback was creating a plot hole that caused some sorrow to the author so she included an extra chapter only in the volumes: [[spoiler: Twi had ordered to not protect them in order to put an end to the second exorcist program forever and pay for their sins. Fo stayed there watching her masters being slaughtered while not being able to do anything . She note the cruel irony of the situation afterwards: "asking a guardian spirit to not protect...how stupid".]]

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* ''Manga/DGray-man'': ''Manga/DGrayMan'': Due to a magazine change and timing issues, Hoshino could not include some scenes of the Alma Karma arc in the original weekly magazine releases. The absence of Fô in Alma's flashback was creating a plot hole that caused some sorrow to the author so she included an extra chapter only in the volumes: [[spoiler: Twi had ordered to not protect them in order to put an end to the second exorcist program forever and pay for their sins. Fo stayed there watching her masters being slaughtered while not being able to do anything . She note the cruel irony of the situation afterwards: "asking a guardian spirit to not protect...how stupid".]]
12th Jun '17 12:16:01 AM BloodyPantastic
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* The scene were [[spoiler:Pippa's mother kills her]] was ultimately removed from the finale of ''[[Series/DeadSet Dead Set]]'' in order to [[spoiler:give the scene where Space sees her zombified form more impact]].
10th Jun '17 1:48:33 PM Piterpicher
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* ''Film/TheGodfather I'' and ''II'' were released in 1977 as a television miniseries called ''The Godfather Saga'', supposedly because Creator/FrancisFordCoppola needed to raise more money for the production of ''Film/ApocalypseNow''. ''Saga'' incorporated more than an hour's worth of minor character scenes and setup moments, including more footage of young Vito in ''II'' and the original ending of ''I'' (where Kay prays to an altar during the credits). It was later reaired on {{AMC}} in 2012 to commemorate the first film's 40th anniversary.

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* ''Film/TheGodfather I'' and ''II'' were released in 1977 as a television miniseries called ''The Godfather Saga'', supposedly because Creator/FrancisFordCoppola needed to raise more money for the production of ''Film/ApocalypseNow''. ''Saga'' incorporated more than an hour's worth of minor character scenes and setup moments, including more footage of young Vito in ''II'' and the original ending of ''I'' (where Kay prays to an altar during the credits). It was later reaired on {{AMC}} Creator/{{AMC}} in 2012 to commemorate the first film's 40th anniversary.
31st May '17 4:38:51 PM MagBas
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* In ''Film/HappyGilmore'', the orderly in the nursing home was a complete jerk who used everyone in it, including Happy's grandmother, for slave labor. A deleted scene shows that grandma mentioned what the orderly had been doing. He tries to talk his way out of it by claiming she is senile, and Happy pretends to go along with it, transitioning into the orderly being thrown out of a second story window similar to the fate of the IRS agent earlier in the movie. Naturally, all of the residents of the nursing home are very happy to see the orderly get what he's deserved.
** There were also a couple of scenes that gave auto(The homeless man Happy hires as his caddy) more to do, including going through a minor arc involving becoming a better caddy. Likely cut in favor of just showing his change over time.


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* In ''Film/HappyGilmore'', the orderly in the nursing home was a complete jerk who used everyone in it, including Happy's grandmother, for slave labor. A deleted scene shows that grandma mentioned what the orderly had been doing. He tries to talk his way out of it by claiming she is senile, and Happy pretends to go along with it, transitioning into the orderly being thrown out of a second story window similar to the fate of the IRS agent earlier in the movie. Naturally, all of the residents of the nursing home are very happy to see the orderly get what he's deserved.
** There were also a couple of scenes that gave auto(The homeless man Happy hires as his caddy) more to do, including going through a minor arc involving becoming a better caddy. Likely cut in favor of just showing his change over time.
23rd May '17 2:10:17 AM lalalei2001
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* The movie versions of ''Anime/YuGiOhCapsuleMonsters'' had several scenes cut for time included as bonus features, which were restored in the episodic releases on the Season 5 [=DVDs=].
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