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22nd May '18 2:25:04 AM LondonKdS
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* The eponymous final ''Franchise/{{Quatermass}}'' TV serial was specifically written so that it could be recut as a cinema movie for US distribution. One subplot, the one dealing with the [[WackyWaysideTribe old people living in the junkyard]], was specifically designed to be cut without affecting the main plot.
16th May '18 11:21:13 AM frankcuzzo
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** Usually the musical performance, or skits with music, is removed in its entirety for 1 hour rebroadcasts. The musical clearance costs can be very expensive, and either 1/0 songs from the musical guest are selected or generic music is used in the skits. This includes On-Demand Rebroadcasts and Hulu (including the musical goodbye/ending segment for Kristin Wiig) that might otherwise run the full 90 minutes.
12th May '18 1:49:47 PM mimitchi33
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* The VHS release of the ''Series/ShiningTimeStation'' special "'Tis A Gift" uses different ''WesternAnimation/ThomasTheTankEngine'' stories from the television version.

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* The VHS release of the ''Series/ShiningTimeStation'' special "'Tis "Tis A Gift" uses different ''WesternAnimation/ThomasTheTankEngine'' stories from the television version.
12th May '18 1:47:59 PM mimitchi33
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* On most VHS releases of ''Series/{{Teletubbies}}'', the Tummy Tales segments only play once to save on film.
* The VHS release of the ''Series/ShiningTimeStation'' special "'Tis A Gift" uses different ''WesternAnimation/ThomasTheTankEngine'' stories from the television version.
5th May '18 10:44:36 AM Sharpe-Fan2
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** Its first cut was its 137-minute London premiere cut that was considered to be the original roadshow version and it was also the fullest with the original audio and video intact. Sadly, its premiere cut was the the first and last time that the film was presented in its true entirety.

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** Its first cut was its 137-minute London premiere cut that was considered to be the original roadshow version and it was also the fullest with the original audio and video intact. Sadly, its premiere cut was the the first and last time that the film was presented in its true entirety.
27th Apr '18 3:17:03 AM Sharpe-Fan2
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** Its second cut was the Radio City Music Hall cut (or the 117-minute cut) that removed "A Step in the Right Direction", "With a Flair", and "Nobody's Problems" and many scenes were shortened and removed,"Portobello Road" got shortened and "Eglantine" was shortened as well. Unfortunately, it ultimately reduced Creator/RoddyMcDowall's character, Mr. Jelk to just two scenes [[BillingDisplacement despite the fact that McDowall still gets third billing]].

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** Its second cut was the Radio City Music Hall cut (or the 117-minute cut) that removed "A Step in the Right Direction", "With a Flair", and "Nobody's Problems" and many scenes were shortened and removed,"Portobello removed, "Portobello Road" got shortened and "Eglantine" was shortened as well. Unfortunately, it ultimately reduced Creator/RoddyMcDowall's character, Mr. Jelk to just two scenes [[BillingDisplacement despite the fact that McDowall still gets third billing]].



** Its fourth cut was the 1979-rerelease 98-minute cut that saw all the songs (except "Portobello Road", "Beautiful Briny Sea" and some parts of "Substitutiary Locomotion") removed, and some scenes reduced or cut altogether.

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** Its fourth cut was the 1979-rerelease 98-minute cut that saw all the songs (except "Portobello Road", "Beautiful Briny Sea" and some parts of "Substitutiary Locomotion") removed, and some scenes reduced or cut altogether.
15th Apr '18 1:41:26 AM Sharpe-Fan2
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** Its fifth cut was the 1996 25th Anniversary cut that restored the scenes from the 137-minute London premiere cut, restored "Portobello Road" and "Eglantine" to their entirety (though some parts of "Portobello Road" had to be restored from a work print with digital re-coloration to match the film quality of the main content), Mr. Jelk became an significant supporting character again and the songs "With a Flair", and "Nobody's Problems" were added back, but since some of the spoken tracks was unrecoverable, it required Disney to have the dialogue re-dubbed, Cretor/AngelaLansbury and Creator/RoddyMcDowall re-recorded their own dialogue, but since characters whose original actors had either passed away or become too old had their dialogue re-dubbed. Creator/DavidTomlinson was still alive while the 1996 25th Anniversary cut was being made, but he was in ill-health and could not return to re-record his own dialogue, which meant that Creator/JeffBennett had to fill in for him. However, there were slight-hiccups during the dubbing (such as Mrs. Hobday's accent changing from Welsh to Scottish and back again, Charlie sounding 5 years younger, and Mr. Browne sounding a bit different).

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** Its fifth cut was the 1996 25th Anniversary cut that restored the scenes from the 137-minute London premiere cut, restored "Portobello Road" and "Eglantine" to their entirety (though some parts of "Portobello Road" had to be restored from a work print with digital re-coloration to match the film quality of the main content), Mr. Jelk became an significant supporting character again and the songs "With a Flair", and "Nobody's Problems" were added back, but since some of the spoken tracks was were unrecoverable, it required Disney to have the dialogue re-dubbed, Cretor/AngelaLansbury and Creator/RoddyMcDowall re-recorded their own dialogue, but since characters whose original actors had either passed away or become too old had their dialogue re-dubbed. Creator/DavidTomlinson was still alive while the 1996 25th Anniversary cut was being made, but he was in ill-health and could not return to re-record his own dialogue, which meant that Creator/JeffBennett had to fill in for him. However, there were slight-hiccups during the dubbing (such as Mrs. Hobday's accent changing from Welsh to Scottish and back again, Charlie sounding 5 years younger, and Mr. Browne sounding a bit different).
13th Apr '18 11:52:41 AM Sharpe-Fan2
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** Its fifth cut was the 1996 25th Anniversary cut that restored the scenes from the 137-minute London premiere cut, restored "Portobello Road" and "Eglantine" to their entirety (though some parts of "Portobello Road" had to be restored from a work pritn with digital re-coloration to match the film quality of the main content), Mr. Jelk became an significant supporting character again and "With a Flair", and "Nobody's Problems" were added back, but since some of the spoken tracks was unrecoverable, it required Disney to have the dialogue re-dubbed, Cretor/AngelaLansbury and Creator/RoddyMcDowall re-recorded their own dialogue, but since characters whose original actors had either passed away or become too old had their dialogue re-dubbed. Creator/DavidTomlinson was still alive while the 1996 25th Anniversary cut was being made, but he was in ill-health and could not return to re-record his own dialogue, which meant that Creator/JeffBennett had to fill in for him. However, there were slight-hiccups during the dubbing (such as Mrs. Hobday's accent changing from Welsh to Scottish and back again, Charlie sounding 5 years younger, and Mr. Browne sounding a bit different).

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** Its fifth cut was the 1996 25th Anniversary cut that restored the scenes from the 137-minute London premiere cut, restored "Portobello Road" and "Eglantine" to their entirety (though some parts of "Portobello Road" had to be restored from a work pritn print with digital re-coloration to match the film quality of the main content), Mr. Jelk became an significant supporting character again and the songs "With a Flair", and "Nobody's Problems" were added back, but since some of the spoken tracks was unrecoverable, it required Disney to have the dialogue re-dubbed, Cretor/AngelaLansbury and Creator/RoddyMcDowall re-recorded their own dialogue, but since characters whose original actors had either passed away or become too old had their dialogue re-dubbed. Creator/DavidTomlinson was still alive while the 1996 25th Anniversary cut was being made, but he was in ill-health and could not return to re-record his own dialogue, which meant that Creator/JeffBennett had to fill in for him. However, there were slight-hiccups during the dubbing (such as Mrs. Hobday's accent changing from Welsh to Scottish and back again, Charlie sounding 5 years younger, and Mr. Browne sounding a bit different).
12th Apr '18 12:08:34 PM Sharpe-Fan2
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* ''Film/BedknobsAndBroomsticks'' had different cuts.

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* ''Film/BedknobsAndBroomsticks'' had different cuts.cuts over the years.



** Its second cut was the Radio City Music Hall cut (or the 117-minute cut) that removed "A Step in the Right Direction", "With a Flair", and "Nobody's Problems" and many scenes were shortened and removed, and "Portobello Road" got shortened. Unfortunately, it ultimately reduced Creator/RoddyMcDowall's character, Mr. Jelk to just two scenes [[BillingDisplacement despite the fact that McDowall still gets third billing]].
** Its third cut was the German cut, that cut retained the changes from the 1971 Radio City Music Hall cut, [[{{Bowdlerize}} but removed the entire Nazi subplot]] and was ultimately reduced to 89-minutes. Sadly, Mr. Jelk's screen time was reduced to one scene.

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** Its second cut was the Radio City Music Hall cut (or the 117-minute cut) that removed "A Step in the Right Direction", "With a Flair", and "Nobody's Problems" and many scenes were shortened and removed, and "Portobello removed,"Portobello Road" got shortened.shortened and "Eglantine" was shortened as well. Unfortunately, it ultimately reduced Creator/RoddyMcDowall's character, Mr. Jelk to just two scenes [[BillingDisplacement despite the fact that McDowall still gets third billing]].
** Its third cut was the German cut, that cut retained the changes from the 1971 Radio City Music Hall cut, [[{{Bowdlerize}} but removed the entire Nazi subplot]] subplot]], more scenes were cut out and was ultimately reduced to 89-minutes. Sadly, Mr. Jelk's screen time was reduced to one scene.



** Its fifth cut was the 1996 25th Anniversary cut that restored the scenes from the 137-minute London premiere cut, restored "Portobello Road" to its full form, Mr. Jelk became an significant supporting character again and "With a Flair", and "Nobody's Problems" were added back, but since some of the spoken tracks was unrecoverable, it required Disney to have the dialogue re-dubbed, Cretor/AngelaLansbury and Creator/RoddyMcDowall re-recorded their own dialogue, but since characters whose original actors had either passed away or become too old had their dialogue re-dubbed. Creator/DavidTomlinson was still alive while the 1996 25th Anniversary cut was being made, but he was in ill-health and could not return to re-record his own dialogue, which meant that Creator/JeffBennett had to fill in for him. However, there were slight-hiccups during the dubbing (such as Mrs. Hobday's accent changing from Welsh to Scottish and back again, Charlie sounding 5 years younger, and Mr. Browne sounding a bit different).

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** Its fifth cut was the 1996 25th Anniversary cut that restored the scenes from the 137-minute London premiere cut, restored "Portobello Road" and "Eglantine" to its full form, their entirety (though some parts of "Portobello Road" had to be restored from a work pritn with digital re-coloration to match the film quality of the main content), Mr. Jelk became an significant supporting character again and "With a Flair", and "Nobody's Problems" were added back, but since some of the spoken tracks was unrecoverable, it required Disney to have the dialogue re-dubbed, Cretor/AngelaLansbury and Creator/RoddyMcDowall re-recorded their own dialogue, but since characters whose original actors had either passed away or become too old had their dialogue re-dubbed. Creator/DavidTomlinson was still alive while the 1996 25th Anniversary cut was being made, but he was in ill-health and could not return to re-record his own dialogue, which meant that Creator/JeffBennett had to fill in for him. However, there were slight-hiccups during the dubbing (such as Mrs. Hobday's accent changing from Welsh to Scottish and back again, Charlie sounding 5 years younger, and Mr. Browne sounding a bit different).
9th Apr '18 4:06:32 AM Sharpe-Fan2
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** Its fourth cut was an 98-minute cut that saw all the songs (except "Portobello Road", "Beautiful Briny Sea" and some parts of "Substitutiary Locomotion") removed, and some scenes reduced or cut altogether.

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** Its fourth cut was an the 1979-rerelease 98-minute cut that saw all the songs (except "Portobello Road", "Beautiful Briny Sea" and some parts of "Substitutiary Locomotion") removed, and some scenes reduced or cut altogether.
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