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12th Sep '16 9:54:16 AM Prfnoff
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** ''Film/ANewHope'' had scenes on Tatooine in which Luke first observes the hunting of Leia's spaceship with a telescope, then goes to tell his buddies about it, after which they discuss whether it would be worth to join the rebels. Leaving these scenes in would have explained why Luke was talking to some of the rebel pilots he meets later as if they were friends of his - they were, in fact!

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** ''Film/ANewHope'' had scenes on Tatooine in which Luke first observes the hunting of Leia's spaceship with a telescope, then goes to tell his buddies about it, after which they discuss whether it would be worth to join the rebels. Leaving these scenes in would have explained why Luke was talking to some of the rebel pilots he meets later as if they were friends of his - they were, in fact!fact! The scene where Han is confronted by Jabba the Hutt before leaving Tatooine was originally cut, but restored in the Special Edition with a CGI makeover.
12th Sep '16 9:51:19 AM Prfnoff
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* In TV broadcasts of ''RoadTrip'', Josh's CatapultNightmare is extended with some additonal footage that didn't make it into the final cut.

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* In TV broadcasts of ''RoadTrip'', ''Film/RoadTrip'', Josh's CatapultNightmare is extended with some additonal footage that didn't make it into the final cut.



* Sam Peckinpah's ''Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid'' was heavily cut in its original theatrical release. TV airings of the movie through the '70s and '80s (prior to the release of the Preview Cut) trimmed more explicit scenes of sex and violence, but often included incidental scenes (for instance, Dub Taylor and Elisha Cook Jr.'s cameos as aged prospectors) deleted from the original version to compensate.

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* Sam Peckinpah's ''Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid'' ''Film/PatGarrettAndBillyTheKid'' was heavily cut in its original theatrical release. TV airings of the movie through the '70s and '80s (prior to the release of the Preview Cut) trimmed more explicit scenes of sex and violence, but often included incidental scenes (for instance, Dub Taylor and Elisha Cook Jr.'s cameos as aged prospectors) deleted from the original version to compensate.
27th Aug '16 5:16:39 PM nombretomado
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* The DisneyChannel and Creator/ABCFamily cuts of the ''Film/HarryPotter'' films often restore deleted scenes.

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* The DisneyChannel Creator/DisneyChannel and Creator/ABCFamily cuts of the ''Film/HarryPotter'' films often restore deleted scenes.
3rd Aug '16 2:32:04 PM RacattackForce
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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.

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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.
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.



In some cases an entire sub-plot can be eliminated through these deleted scenes and crafty editing on other scenes. In other cases an apparent PlotHole can occur because the necessary information was lost from the deleted scene, although the reverse is also true that the PlotHole is formed ''because'' of the scene. In animation 'deleted scenes' are often cut during the storyboard phase. Since no animation would have been completed for those because of the cost of animating it, they just show the storyboards with voiceover.

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In some cases an entire sub-plot can be eliminated through these deleted scenes and crafty editing on other scenes. In other cases an apparent PlotHole can occur because the necessary information was lost from the deleted scene, although the reverse is also true that the PlotHole is formed ''because'' of the scene. In animation 'deleted scenes' are often cut during the storyboard phase. Since no animation would have been completed for those because of the cost of animating it, they just show the storyboards with voiceover.
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This isn't limited to film though. Comics, TV Shows, Animated productions and even Literature can have these. It's just most common in films due to the expectations of a DVD.

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This isn't limited to film films though. Comics, TV Shows, Animated productions and even Literature can have these. It's just most common in films due to the expectations of a DVD.
1st Aug '16 8:48:33 AM Morgenthaler
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*** Remember the suitcase Doc packed before being shot by the Libyans? In 1955, just before Marty shows the video, Doc finds the suitcase and looks through its contents, which includes a PlayBoy magazine and the hairdryer used in the extended "Darth Vader" scene.

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*** Remember the suitcase Doc packed before being shot by the Libyans? In 1955, just before Marty shows the video, Doc finds the suitcase and looks through its contents, which includes a PlayBoy Magazine/PlayBoy magazine and the hairdryer used in the extended "Darth Vader" scene.
29th Jul '16 6:37:54 AM Anddrix
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* ''Film/{{Divergent}}'' has several:
** During the first TrainingMontage, Peter brags about his shooting accuracy only to get put in his place by Four. The latter also ignores Tris when she asks for shooting advice. This adds a little more meaning to Tris's second TrainingMontage where Four does offer her advice - and it also explains why she is slightly cold to him when he does.
** The sequence involving [[spoiler:Edward getting stabbed in the eye]]. Tris goes to Four afterwards and he pretends to not care, but changes his tune as soon as he knows Eric isn't listening. This emphasises that the Dauntless rules are changing.
** Tris tries to comfort Al privately about his fear of being cut. He bluntly tells her "I just hate anyone who's better than me."
** The visiting day sequence where Natalie comes to see Tris, telling her to eat some chocolate cake for her. This segues to Max explaining how the fear training will work.
3rd Jul '16 5:12:01 PM nombretomado
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* From ''Franchise/{{Bionicle}}: Mask of Light'', they cut a quick scene of Takua stumbling over and losing his mask; a long scene in which Makuta [[ContinuityNod references past stories]] and creates his Rahkshi servants (it was too slow and would have revealed them too early); a shot of the blue Rahkshi stepping on a sports ball and breaking it (it was supposedly too violent?); and several other brief shots that didn't impact the plot.

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* From ''Franchise/{{Bionicle}}: ''WesternAnimation/{{Bionicle}}: Mask of Light'', they cut a quick scene of Takua stumbling over and losing his mask; a long scene in which Makuta [[ContinuityNod references past stories]] and creates his Rahkshi servants (it was too slow and would have revealed them too early); a shot of the blue Rahkshi stepping on a sports ball and breaking it (it was supposedly too violent?); and several other brief shots that didn't impact the plot.
9th Jun '16 6:04:50 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* In ''AChristmasStory'', at least three of Ralphie's [[MrImagination Mister Imagination]] fantasy sequences were deleted to comply with MGM's 90 minute time limit for the movie. Screenplay fragments of these scenes [[http://www.achristmasstoryhouse.com/index.php/a-christmas-story-movie-facts/deleted-scenes/ are available here.]]

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* In ''AChristmasStory'', ''Film/AChristmasStory'', at least three of Ralphie's [[MrImagination Mister Imagination]] fantasy sequences were deleted to comply with MGM's 90 minute time limit for the movie. Screenplay fragments of these scenes [[http://www.achristmasstoryhouse.Film/AChristmasStoryhouse.com/index.php/a-christmas-story-movie-facts/deleted-scenes/ are available here.]]
19th May '16 10:24:41 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* ''Series/HaveIGotNewsForYou'', and more recently ''{{QI}}'', have 'extended' versions of their episodes (usually about ten minutes longer) featuring content cut from the original broadcast.

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* ''Series/HaveIGotNewsForYou'', and more recently ''{{QI}}'', ''Series/{{QI}}'', have 'extended' versions of their episodes (usually about ten minutes longer) featuring content cut from the original broadcast.
8th May '16 11:22:50 AM nombretomado
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* ''HaveIGotNewsForYou'', and more recently ''{{QI}}'', have 'extended' versions of their episodes (usually about ten minutes longer) featuring content cut from the original broadcast.

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* ''HaveIGotNewsForYou'', ''Series/HaveIGotNewsForYou'', and more recently ''{{QI}}'', have 'extended' versions of their episodes (usually about ten minutes longer) featuring content cut from the original broadcast.
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