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20th Apr '17 6:39:27 AM bowserbros
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* ''Series/DoctorWho'' superfan "Whoflix" has edited all of the existing episodes of the classic series (including missing episodes in audio form) and occasionally works on several new series episodes also.

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* ''Series/DoctorWho'' superfan ''Series/DoctorWho'':
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"Whoflix" has edited all of the existing episodes of the classic series Classic Series (including missing episodes in audio form) and occasionally works on several new series episodes also. also.
** There have been several efforts by fans to colorize the first six seasons of the Classic Series, which were shot on black and white videotape; while no known efforts to colorize a full serial have ever seen success, various colorized clips [[SturgeonsLaw of variable quality]] have emerged on the internet. Perhaps the most notable and most well-done colorization efforts have come from the channels [[https://www.youtube.com/user/BabelColour Babelcolour]] ([[PromotedFanboy who actually ended up]] leading the BBC's official color restoration of ''[[Recap/DoctorWhoS8E2TheMindOfEvil The Mind of Evil]]''[='s=] first episode) and [[https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXWaWRE_qwOHc0CIo1K38Uw The Wheel in Space]].
16th Mar '17 10:48:38 PM RoarkTenjouin
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* ''[[{{Manga/Naruto}} Naruto Kai]]'' is a fan edit in the same vein as the aforementioned ''Dragon Ball Recut''. This series, however, also adapts ''Shippuden'', and each episode covers the same amount of content that would be found in one volume of the manga. As of writing, the series has 70 episodes, and plans to end with 72. For comparison's sake: the first Naruto series ended with 220 episodes, and as of writing, ''Shipuuden'' has 498, for a total of '''718''' episodes.

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* ''[[{{Manga/Naruto}} Naruto Kai]]'' is a fan edit in the same vein as the aforementioned ''Dragon Ball Recut''. This series, however, also adapts ''Shippuden'', and each episode covers the same amount of content that would be found in one volume of the manga.manga[[note]]In order to be directly comparable, ''Dragon Ball Recut'' would have to adapt ''Dragon Ball Z'' as well[[/note]]. As of writing, the series has 70 episodes, and plans to end with 72. For comparison's sake: the first Naruto series ended with 220 episodes, and as of writing, ''Shipuuden'' has 498, for a total of '''718''' episodes.
13th Mar '17 4:58:25 PM RoarkTenjouin
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* ''[[{{Manga/Naruto}} Naruto Kai]]'' is a fan edit in the same vein as the aforementioned ''Dragon Ball Recut''. This series, however, also adapts ''Shippuden'', and each episode covers the same amount of content that would be found in one volume of the manga. As of writing, the series has 70 episodes, and plans to end with 72. For comparison's sake: the first Naruto series ended with 220 episodes, and as of writing, ''Shipuuden'' has 498, for a total of '''718''' episodes.
13th Feb '17 9:02:30 AM Zarius
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* There are least [[https://earthprime.com/video/exodus-excised two]] [[https://zaredit.wordpress.com/2017/02/13/sliders-the-exodus-fanedit/ fanedits]] of the controversial [[Series/Sliders]] two-parter The Exodus in an attempt to remove some of the hoakier sci-fi elements and give [[spoiler: Arturo's demise]] more dignity or make it look more needless and tragic. One of the edits even repurposes the outcome of the story as [[spoiler: The Sliders helping the doomed Pulsar world's population move to Earth Prime, only they choose to continue sliding afterwards in order to bring Rickman to justice]]

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* There are least [[https://earthprime.com/video/exodus-excised two]] [[https://zaredit.wordpress.com/2017/02/13/sliders-the-exodus-fanedit/ fanedits]] of the controversial [[Series/Sliders]] [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Series/Sliders Sliders]] two-parter The Exodus in an attempt to remove some of the hoakier sci-fi elements and give [[spoiler: Arturo's demise]] more dignity or make it look more needless and tragic. One of the edits even repurposes the outcome of the story as [[spoiler: The Sliders helping the doomed Pulsar world's population move to Earth Prime, only they choose to continue sliding afterwards in order to bring Rickman to justice]]
13th Feb '17 9:00:48 AM Zarius
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* ''Series/DoctorWho'' superfan "Whoflix" has committed himself to editing as much of the classic and current series as possible.

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* ''Series/DoctorWho'' superfan "Whoflix" has committed himself to editing as much edited all of the existing episodes of the classic and current series as possible.(including missing episodes in audio form) and occasionally works on several new series episodes also.


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* There are least [[https://earthprime.com/video/exodus-excised two]] [[https://zaredit.wordpress.com/2017/02/13/sliders-the-exodus-fanedit/ fanedits]] of the controversial [[Series/Sliders]] two-parter The Exodus in an attempt to remove some of the hoakier sci-fi elements and give [[spoiler: Arturo's demise]] more dignity or make it look more needless and tragic. One of the edits even repurposes the outcome of the story as [[spoiler: The Sliders helping the doomed Pulsar world's population move to Earth Prime, only they choose to continue sliding afterwards in order to bring Rickman to justice]]
9th Feb '17 9:13:35 AM Zarius
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* ''Franchise/PowerRangers'' has received some fanedit treatment, particulary where the infamous fan hoax "Scorpion Rain" is concerned, with several attempts at making the "episode" resulting in ten minute, twenty-five, and even forty-five minute attempts. Most recently, the much reviled output of the Johnathan Tzachor helmed "Neo Saban" seasons have encouraged various fan remixes and edits

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* ''Franchise/PowerRangers'' has received some fanedit treatment, particulary where the infamous fan hoax "Scorpion Rain" is concerned, with several attempts at making the "episode" resulting in ten minute, twenty-five, and even forty-five minute attempts. Most recently, the much reviled output of the Johnathan Tzachor helmed "Neo Saban" seasons have encouraged various fan remixes and editsedits. There are also edits that cut down several multi-parters from season two, reducing them to just one episode.
1st Feb '17 8:06:57 AM SamMax
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* ''[[Manga/DragonBall Dragon Ball Recut]]'' is a rather popular fanedit that attempts to remove as much filler from the 1986-1989 ''Dragon Ball'' anime as possible, similarly to what ''Anima/DragonBallKai'' was to ''Anime/DragonBallZ''. While some filler is still present (mainly scenes that were impossible to remove due to how deeply integrated they were into the main story, such as the Pilaf gang's appearance in episode 1), the edit overall cuts out a significant portion of the anime's extra material. To put things into perspective, the original anime ran for 153 episodes, while the recut lasts only 82. The author of ''Dragon Ball Recut'' is also currently working on a filler-free edit of ''Dragon Ball Z'' and an edit of ''Dragon Ball Kai'' that tries to remove what filler did remain there. No links will be included for obvious legal reasons, but information about ''Dragon Ball Recut'' can be found in [[http://www.kanzenshuu.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=34866 this]] ''Kanzenshuu'' thread.

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* ''[[Manga/DragonBall Dragon Ball Recut]]'' is a rather popular fanedit that attempts to remove as much filler from the 1986-1989 ''Dragon Ball'' anime as possible, similarly to what ''Anima/DragonBallKai'' ''Anime/DragonBallKai'' was to ''Anime/DragonBallZ''. While some filler is still present (mainly scenes that were impossible to remove due to how deeply integrated they were into the main story, such as the Pilaf gang's appearance in episode 1), the edit overall cuts out a significant portion of the anime's extra material. To put things into perspective, the original anime ran for 153 episodes, while the recut lasts only 82. The author of ''Dragon Ball Recut'' is also currently working on a filler-free edit of ''Dragon Ball Z'' and an edit of ''Dragon Ball Kai'' that tries to remove what filler did remain there. No links will be included for obvious legal reasons, but information about ''Dragon Ball Recut'' can be found in [[http://www.kanzenshuu.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=34866 this]] ''Kanzenshuu'' thread.
22nd Jan '17 8:35:55 PM harryhenry
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** One of the highest-profile fan edits in recent years is the recently released Despecialized Editions," a massive project by Harmy which, using multiple sources such as the {{Laserdisc}}, completely reconstructed the original and unaltered theatrical versions in HD for UsefulNotes/BluRay players.

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** One of the highest-profile fan edits in recent years is the recently released The Despecialized Editions," Editions are a massive project by Harmy which, using multiple sources such as the {{Laserdisc}}, {{Laserdisc}} Blu-Ray, 35MM scans, etc. completely reconstructed the original and unaltered theatrical versions in HD for UsefulNotes/BluRay players.



* The ''Film/{{Superman}}'' movies also tend to be given a lot of attention, given the controversial nature of Creator/RichardDonner and Richard Lester's different takes on ''Film/SupermanII'', resulting in many hybrid cuts.

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* The ''Film/{{Superman}}'' movies also tend to be given a lot of attention, given the controversial nature of Creator/RichardDonner and Richard Lester's different takes on ''Film/SupermanII'', resulting in many hybrid cuts. A user named Selutron has attempted an edit of ''Superman II'' into what he thinks would've been the version released had Donnor stayed on to direct the rest of II. Selutron felt the existing "Richard Donnor cut" had too many issues (using worse takes, copy-and-paste music, odd-looking effects), and sought to fix them with this version.
2nd Jan '17 11:44:49 AM VoxAquila
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** ''Film/RogueOne'' is the first film in the franchise without a OpeningCrawl. [[http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/heat-vision/rogue-one-opening-crawl-makes-feel-more-like-star-wars-958585 Cue the fans...]]
30th Dec '16 9:01:36 AM bowserbros
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* ''[[Manga/DragonBall Dragon Ball Recut]]'' is a rather popular fanedit that attempts to remove as much filler from the 1986-1989 ''Dragon Ball'' anime as possible, similarly to what ''Anima/DragonBallKai'' was to ''Anime/DragonBallZ''. While some filler is still present (mainly scenes that were impossible to remove due to how deeply integrated they were into the main story, such as the Pilaf gang's appearance in episode 1), the edit overall cuts out a significant portion of the anime's extra material. To put things into perspective, the original anime ran for 153 episodes, while the recut lasts only 82. The author of ''Dragon Ball Recut'' is also currently working on a filler-free edit of ''Dragon Ball Z'' and an edit of ''Dragon Ball Kai'' that tries to remove what filler did remain there.

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* ''[[Manga/DragonBall Dragon Ball Recut]]'' is a rather popular fanedit that attempts to remove as much filler from the 1986-1989 ''Dragon Ball'' anime as possible, similarly to what ''Anima/DragonBallKai'' was to ''Anime/DragonBallZ''. While some filler is still present (mainly scenes that were impossible to remove due to how deeply integrated they were into the main story, such as the Pilaf gang's appearance in episode 1), the edit overall cuts out a significant portion of the anime's extra material. To put things into perspective, the original anime ran for 153 episodes, while the recut lasts only 82. The author of ''Dragon Ball Recut'' is also currently working on a filler-free edit of ''Dragon Ball Z'' and an edit of ''Dragon Ball Kai'' that tries to remove what filler did remain there. No links will be included for obvious legal reasons, but information about ''Dragon Ball Recut'' can be found in [[http://www.kanzenshuu.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=34866 this]] ''Kanzenshuu'' thread.
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