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24th Nov '17 12:33:12 PM 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, and "Portobello Road" got shortened, but ultimately reduced Creator/RoddyMcDowall's character, Mr. Jelk to just two scenes.
** 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 got removed from this cut.

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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 Road" got shortened, but shortened. Unfortunately, it ultimately reduced Creator/RoddyMcDowall's character, Mr. Jelk to just two scenes.
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 got removed from this cut.Jelk's screen time was reduced to one scene.
2nd Nov '17 8:50:10 PM dmcreif
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* ''Film/SpiderMan2'' has a recut, known as ''Spider-Man 2.1'', which was released concurrent with the release of ''Film/SpiderMan3''. The cut contains 8 minutes of extra scenes, as well as some alternate takes of scenes that were in the theatrical cut. Among more notable cases is an alternate take of [[UncomfortableElevatorMoment the elevator scene]] (in the theatrical cut, the man thinks Peter's just a guy in a Spider-Man costume. In the extended cut, the man thinks that he is the real thing, and starts suggesting ways he could improve his public image), a scene of J. Jonah Jameson romping around on his desk in the Spider-Man suit when he thinks no one's watching him, some alternate dialogue during the pizza delivery at the beginning of the movie, and a little bit of additional action during Spider-Man's fights with Octavius at the bank and on the 'L' train.
21st Oct '17 9:54:45 AM mimitchi33
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* On Volume 2 of WesternAnimation/DisneySingAlongSongs (''Heigh-Ho''), It had ''(Yo-Ho) A Pirates' Life for Me!'' During the song's end, An animatronic pirate explodes the barrels. It would terrified kids. Which is why the song was cut from the 1994 reprint.

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* On The original release of Volume 2 of WesternAnimation/DisneySingAlongSongs (''Heigh-Ho''), It had ''(Yo-Ho) A Pirates' Life for Me!'' During the song's end, An an animatronic pirate explodes the barrels. It would Parents wrote to Disney that the song terrified kids. Which is why the song was their kids and resulted in it being cut from the 1994 reprint.


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** In 2000, none of the scenes listed above were shown. Instead, the credits were rolled over the music video for the Destiny's Child version of the titular song.


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* After parents complained about how some of the lyrics in The Bunny Song were not appropiate for children to be singing, later pressings of the ''WesternAnimation/VeggieTales'' episode "Rack, Shack and Benny" used a different version of the song.
20th Oct '17 10:41:08 AM dsneybuf
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* ReCut: The Blu-Ray includes an extended cut adding 20 minutes to the movie.
9th Oct '17 8:59:25 AM Piterpicher
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* TheDysfunctionalPirates has an extended, multi-chaptered version of the oneshot ''Da Hungah Games''. It is called ''[[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Da Hungah Games Director's Cut]]''.

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* TheDysfunctionalPirates ''Fanfic/TheDysfunctionalPirates'' has an extended, multi-chaptered version of the oneshot ''Da Hungah Games''. It is called ''[[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Da Hungah Games Director's Cut]]''.
9th Oct '17 8:31:00 AM rjd1922
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* ''Anime/DragonBallKai'' is a rare case of a recut of an entire televised series (in this case, ''Manga/DragonBallZ''), cutting away the filler, remastering the show in HD and rerecording the dialogue with as many of the original voice actors as possible to stick as closely to the source material as possible.

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* ''Anime/DragonBallKai'' is a rare case of a recut of an entire televised series (in this case, ''Manga/DragonBallZ''), cutting away the filler, {{filler}}, remastering the show in HD and rerecording the dialogue with as many of the original voice actors as possible to stick as closely to the source material as possible.



** Episode 22 includes a lot of TearJerker not seen anywhere in the original {{Manga}}. In fact, there's over 11 minutes of {{Filler}} that the author thought was good enough to be in.

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** Episode 22 includes a lot of TearJerker not seen anywhere in the original {{Manga}}. {{manga}}. In fact, there's over 11 minutes of {{Filler}} filler that the author thought was good enough to be in.
9th Oct '17 7:17:56 AM Sharpe-Fan2
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* ''Film/BedknobsAndBroomsticks'' had diffrent cuts.

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* ''Film/BedknobsAndBroomsticks'' had diffrent different cuts.
8th Oct '17 5:17:39 AM jormis29
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* ''Anime/DragonBallKai'' is a rare case of a recut of an entire televised series (in this case, ''Manga/{{DragonBall}}Z''), cutting away the filler, remastering the show in HD and rerecording the dialogue with as many of the original voice actors as possible to stick as closely to the source material as possible.

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* ''Anime/DragonBallKai'' is a rare case of a recut of an entire televised series (in this case, ''Manga/{{DragonBall}}Z''), ''Manga/DragonBallZ''), cutting away the filler, remastering the show in HD and rerecording the dialogue with as many of the original voice actors as possible to stick as closely to the source material as possible.
6th Oct '17 12:17:09 PM Sharpe-Fan2
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** Its third cut was the German cut, that cut retained the changes from the 1971 Radio City Music Hall cut, but removed the entire Nazi subplot and ultimately reduced to 89-minutes. Sadly, Mr. Jelk got removed from this cut.

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** 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]] and was ultimately reduced to 89-minutes. Sadly, Mr. Jelk got removed from this cut.



** Its fifth cut was the 1996 25th Annniversary 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. David Tomlinson was still alive while the 1996 25th Annniversary 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 Annniversary 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. David Tomlinson was still alive while the 1996 25th Annniversary 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).
6th Oct '17 5:31:26 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 altogehter.

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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 altogehter.altogether.
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