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16th Oct '17 8:55:14 PM Willbyr
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[[caption-width-right:350: From Sebastian Shaw to Hayden Christensen.]]

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12th Oct '17 9:51:17 AM HighCrate
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* Many of the classic TV series from UsefulNotes/TheFifties contain small alterations even if they're not colorized. For instance, they often contain syndicated openings/endings since it used to be standard for them to feature their sponsors in their sequences. Clearing the rights to use these sponsors is usually expensive (if the company even exists anymore). In the case of tobacco company sponsors, it would be illegal to do so.
29th Aug '17 3:49:36 PM TheKaizerreich
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* It's pretty standard for anime episodes to be retouched or modified for reruns/home video, sometimes with more obscene content. The retouched versions are usually brought over to the states, but sometimes the broadcast versions are accidentally given to the US publishers.

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* It's pretty standard for anime episodes to be retouched or modified for reruns/home video, sometimes with more obscene content. content, though usually it's just fixing OffModel problems like bad eyes/animations or redoing the background a little, which is appreciated. The retouched versions are usually brought over to the states, but sometimes the broadcast versions are accidentally given to the US publishers. publishers.
** On the other hand, the practice of removing censorship such as {{Scenery Censor}}s, {{Censor Shadow}}s or CensorSteam for DVD/Bluray releases, as compared to most TV versions, is generally just seen as a marketing strategy to sell more of the things. In some cases it ''is'' needed however since the scenes might be so brutal/full of FanService that having them uncensored on TV just would not work (in the most extreme versions, the TV version has to resort to still pictures with sound only).


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** The second anime season of ''LightNovel/DateALive'' also got an incredible make-over for home releases, with over 40 minutes worth of content added, and fixing numerous OffModel issues.
28th Aug '17 5:04:26 PM Ezclee4050
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* For his 1998 career-spanning BoxedSet ''Tip of the Freberg'', Creator/StanFreberg decided to add some newly recorded material to the archived recordings on there. In one case, he re-recorded some lines cut from the original release of the 1954 UsefulNotes/JosephMcCarthy satire "Point of Order". In other cases, he did new re-creations of radio commercials he'd written and voiced back in TheSixties. There was one big problem with this: the then-septuagenarian Freberg had a much deeper and throaty voice than his younger days, so it was blatantly obvious where he inserted the 1998 material.

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* For his 1998 career-spanning BoxedSet ''Tip of the Freberg'', Creator/StanFreberg decided to add some newly recorded material to the archived recordings on there. In one case, he re-recorded some lines cut from the original release of the 1954 UsefulNotes/JosephMcCarthy satire "Point of Order". In other cases, he did new re-creations of radio commercials he'd written and voiced back in TheSixties. There was one big problem with this: the then-septuagenarian Freberg was in his 70s and had a much deeper and throaty throatier voice than in his younger days, so it was blatantly obvious where he inserted the 1998 material.material got shoved into the older recordings.
28th Aug '17 2:07:38 AM Ezclee4050
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* For his 1998 career-spanning BoxedSet ''Tip of the Freberg'', Creator/StanFreberg decided to add some newly recorded material to the archived recordings on there. In one case, he re-recorded some lines cut from the original release of the 1954 UsefulNotes/JosephMcCarthy satire "Point of Order". In other cases, he did new re-creations of radio commercials he'd written and voiced back in TheSixties. There's was one big problem with this: the then-septuagenarian Freberg had a much deeper and throaty voice than his younger days, so it was blatantly obvious where he inserted the 1998 material.

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* For his 1998 career-spanning BoxedSet ''Tip of the Freberg'', Creator/StanFreberg decided to add some newly recorded material to the archived recordings on there. In one case, he re-recorded some lines cut from the original release of the 1954 UsefulNotes/JosephMcCarthy satire "Point of Order". In other cases, he did new re-creations of radio commercials he'd written and voiced back in TheSixties. There's There was one big problem with this: the then-septuagenarian Freberg had a much deeper and throaty voice than his younger days, so it was blatantly obvious where he inserted the 1998 material.
27th Aug '17 10:34:32 PM Ezclee4050
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* For his 1998 career-spanning BoxedSet ''Tip of the Freberg'', Creator/StanFreberg decided to add some newly recorded material to the archived recordings on there. In one case, he re-recorded some lines cut from the original release of the 1954 UsefulNotes/JosephMcCarthy satire "Point of Order". In other cases, he did new re-creations of radio commercials he'd written and voiced back in TheSixties. There's was one big problem with this: the then-septuagenarian Freberg had a much deeper and throaty voice than his younger days, so it was blatantly obvious where he inserted the 1998 material.
22nd Aug '17 10:55:05 AM erforce
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* ''Film/ReturnOfTheLivingDead'' has a version that altered the voice of the zombie who says "Send more paramedics!" The zombie had a shriller, higher voice in the earlier version of the film, and lower voice in the newer version of the film. The result isn't as funny as the original scene was. TV versions give the Tar Man a much higher-pitched voice.

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* ''Film/ReturnOfTheLivingDead'' ''Film/TheReturnOfTheLivingDead'' has a version that altered the voice of the zombie who says "Send more paramedics!" The zombie had a shriller, higher voice in the earlier version of the film, and lower voice in the newer version of the film. The result isn't as funny as the original scene was. TV versions give the Tar Man a much higher-pitched voice.
29th Jul '17 4:15:38 PM rjd1922
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* ''Anime/PokemonTheFirstMovie'' has the kanzenban ("full version"), which adds CGI effects and a ten-minute prologue about Mewtwo's origin not in the Japanese theatrical version. The kanzenban was the version released internationally and in all subsequent TV airings and video releases.
4th Jul '17 6:18:03 PM WileK209
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Gumby}}'' was given this in the 1950s and 1960s episodes, when they were rerun as part of the 1988 reboot ''Gumby Adventures''. All of the old episodes had their soundtracks redubbed with new music, voice tracks and sound effects to sound consistent with the new episodes of the time. Many ''Gumby'' fans did not like this change, and were very disappointed when the initial DVD releases of the series from Rhino used the redubbed soundtracks (due to legal rights involving the John Seely/Capitol stock music utilized in the originals.) Current DVD and digital releases of the 1950s and 1960s shorts utilize the original soundtracks, while the redubbed versions have become harder to find in recent years (thankfully).
1st Jul '17 3:45:28 PM Shedlessguy
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* In 2002, Music/OzzyOsbourne decided to reissue ''Blizzard of Oz'' and ''Diary of a Madman'' with the original drum and bass tracks replaced with new recordings from [[Music/{{Metallica}} Robert Trujillo]] and Mike Bordin. This was because his original drummer and bassist Bob Daisley and Lee Kerslake had sued him in 1986 for royalties for the two albums. Fans were outraged and music critics derided the reissues. Ozzy later changed his mind about these reissues and had the original albums reissued in remastered versions in 2011, restoring all of the original instrumentation, causing much rejoicing among Ozzy's fans.

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* In 2002, Music/OzzyOsbourne decided to reissue ''Blizzard of Oz'' and ''Diary of a Madman'' with the original drum and bass tracks replaced with new recordings from [[Music/{{Metallica}} Robert Trujillo]] and [[Music/{{FaithNoMore}} Mike Bordin.Bordin]]. This was because his original drummer and bassist Bob Daisley and Lee Kerslake had sued him in 1986 for royalties for the two albums. Fans were outraged and music critics derided the reissues. Ozzy later changed his mind about these reissues and had the original albums reissued in remastered versions in 2011, restoring all of the original instrumentation, causing much rejoicing among Ozzy's fans.
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