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14th Feb '17 12:07:24 PM ThatTwerp
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* Even theme park attractions are prone to this, as the former ''Ride/BackToTheFutureTheRide'' had a slightly longer ending scene, in which Biff Tannen once again gets covered in manure; but was cut as the ride's producers felt that the gag was too forced. The unaltered ending can be seen in the ride's [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V9kdU1IVY-Y rough draft footage]].
24th Jan '17 12:45:41 PM skidoo23
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** The last time you see Lovejoy, he is limping and his face is bleeding. A deleted scene has Cal send Lovejoy after Rose and Jack after he realizes the Heart of the Ocean is with Rose, and Jack beats Lovejoy in a fight.

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** The last time you see Lovejoy, he is limping and his face is bleeding. A This isn't due to injuries caused in the ongoing disaster; a deleted scene has Cal send Lovejoy after Rose and Jack after he realizes the Heart of the Ocean is with Rose, and Jack beats Lovejoy in a fight.




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* TV series are subject to deleted scenes for much the same reasons as set out for films in the introduction, and just as with film sometimes the restoration of said scenes resolve plot holes. Other reasons for deleted scenes to exist:
** A series is produced for cable/streaming in one part of the world, but airs on a commercial broadcaster elsewhere, necessitating the removal of scenes with an unacceptable amount of sexual content or violence. (Examples of this include ''Series/{{Bitten}}'' and ''Series/{{Vikings}}'').
** A series is produced for broadcast on both commercial and non-commercial broadcasters, resulting in deleted scenes existing from the perspective of viewers of the former. A recent example is ''Series/{{Victoria}}'' which has scenes included in the non-commercial American PBS showing that were deleted from the commercial UK broadcast.
16th Jan '17 8:20:08 PM rjd1922
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A scene made for a work (in part or completed), but not included in the final release. These are often put back in special editions or included on the DVD release. They are also sometimes included in [[{{Bowdlerise}} heavily-cut]] broadcast TV versions of films to stretch them back to a reasonable length. A {{Novelization}} often includes scenes that end up cut from the final film, as adaptations are often based on shooting scripts to ensure that the novel will be ready for release in conjunction with the film. Due to the nature of animated works, 'deleted scenes' for these productions are usually cut during the storyboard or animatic phase, with few exceptions.

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A scene made for a work (in part or completed), but not included in the final release. These are often put back in special editions or included on the DVD release. They are also sometimes included in [[{{Bowdlerise}} [[EditedForSyndication heavily-cut]] broadcast TV versions of films to stretch them back to a reasonable length. A {{Novelization}} often includes scenes that end up cut from the final film, as adaptations are often based on shooting scripts to ensure that the novel will be ready for release in conjunction with the film. Due to the nature of animated works, 'deleted scenes' for these productions are usually cut during the storyboard or animatic phase, with few exceptions.
7th Jan '17 9:24:32 AM Blazer
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* The 1963 adaptation of ''Literature/LordofTheFlies'' had a scene from the original book with Ralph and Jack that was cut from the final release. It can be viewed in the DVD release of the 1963 adaptation.

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* The 1963 adaptation of ''Literature/LordofTheFlies'' ''Literature/LordOfTheFlies'' had a scene from the original book with Ralph and Jack that was cut from the final release. It can be viewed in the DVD release of the 1963 adaptation.adaptation.
* ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyEquestriaGirlsFriendshipGames'' had an entire subplot lopped out and changed. The subplot would have had Sunset Shimmer angsting about returning to Equestria. She would have wrote to Princess Twilight Sparkle for advice (who would help her instead of leaving her hanging due to the events of "The Cutie Re-Mark") and have a duet with the Human Twilight Sparkle. The ending would have had Sunset deciding to stay as the Human Twilight Sparkle returned to Crystal Prep, her former tormentors becoming her new friends.
4th Jan '17 6:45:22 PM nombretomado
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* The "Humuhumunukunukuapua'a" number was deleted from the theatrical version of ''HighSchoolMusical 2'', to avoid spilling the beans about Ryan's sexuality, but retained in the DVD release and stage adaptation.

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* The "Humuhumunukunukuapua'a" number was deleted from the theatrical version of ''HighSchoolMusical 2'', ''Film/HighSchoolMusical2'', to avoid spilling the beans about Ryan's sexuality, but retained in the DVD release and stage adaptation.
19th Dec '16 2:06:02 AM AaronOfMpls
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* The ''WesternAnimation/Animaniacs'' episode "Potty Emergency" had a scene cut from the final broadcast and DVD version where a man watering flowers in the park turns his hose towards the camera, and Wakko acts squeamish at this sight. This version was only shown at an animation convention back in the 90's before the show's debut.

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* The ''WesternAnimation/Animaniacs'' ''WesternAnimation/{{Animaniacs}}'' episode "Potty Emergency" had a scene cut from the final broadcast and DVD version where a man watering flowers in the park turns his hose towards the camera, and Wakko acts squeamish at this sight. This version was only shown at an animation convention back in the 90's before the show's debut.
15th Dec '16 12:18:03 AM Doug86
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* ''Film/{{Laura}}'' had a scene cut due to the ConspicuousConsumption going against the spirit of rationing during WorldWarTwo. To give an idea of how much, the scene included the eponymous Laura wearing several expensive outfits, including a [[PimpedOutCape pear decorated cape]], and [[PrettyInMink a mid-length fur skirt]].

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* ''Film/{{Laura}}'' had a scene cut due to the ConspicuousConsumption going against the spirit of rationing during WorldWarTwo.UsefulNotes/WorldWarII. To give an idea of how much, the scene included the eponymous Laura wearing several expensive outfits, including a [[PimpedOutCape pear decorated cape]], and [[PrettyInMink a mid-length fur skirt]].
14th Dec '16 3:33:04 PM pinkdalek
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** "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]]).
13th Dec '16 11:40:26 AM Pinokio
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* In ''Film/RevengeOfTheSith'', the Emperor was to tell Anakin that from a certain point of view, he is Anakin's father.
11th Oct '16 2:46:22 PM Morgenthaler
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** Podcasts ''TheBugle'' and ''{{Psycomedia}}'' both construct entire episodes out of such content, known as 'offal' and 'Frankenpodcasts' respectively.
* In ''Here Comes {{Garfield}}'', while on his way to rescue Odie from the pound, Garfield encounters a female cat on a fence post and wonders what she's thinking about. The scene was apparently animated and voices were recorded but for whatever reason it was cut. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XgMC6WVVLcU The song accompanying the scene]] can be heard on the soundtrack.

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** Podcasts ''TheBugle'' ''Podcast/TheBugle'' and ''{{Psycomedia}}'' ''Podcast/{{Psycomedia}}'' both construct entire episodes out of such content, known as 'offal' and 'Frankenpodcasts' respectively.
* In ''Here Comes {{Garfield}}'', ComicStrip/{{Garfield}}'', while on his way to rescue Odie from the pound, Garfield encounters a female cat on a fence post and wonders what she's thinking about. The scene was apparently animated and voices were recorded but for whatever reason it was cut. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XgMC6WVVLcU The song accompanying the scene]] can be heard on the soundtrack.
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