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Posted: 02 Mar 2018, 21:59 

Below is a list of Laserdisc releases that contain deleted, extended, and alternate shots & scenes that have currently never been digitally released on DVD, Blu-ray, Video on demand, etc. Feel free to add or contribute any information.

Alamo, The (1960) ML102581 , ML-12 & ML106354 - these are the Director's Cut with 35 minutes of deleted and extended scenes including two alternate shots.
American Graffiti (1973) - these have the Theatrical opening shot of the restaurant that was digitally altered after the 25th anniversary release with a CGI sunset.
Back to the Future (1985) - the ending shot displaying the title card "To Be Continued" was removed from the DVD and Blu-ray release to preserve the Theatrical ending.
Backtrack (Catchfire) (1989) PILF-2246 - this is the Director's Cut. It contains 8 minutes of extended and alternate scenes.
Bad (1991) Z0300 - this is the uncensored version. The DVD is cut by over 20 minutes.
Blood Simple (1984) SF050-1357 - this is the Theatrical Cut. It contains a dialogue sequence that's missing from the UK Universal DVD.
Blue Thunder (1983) - these contain one scene not included on the DVD and Blu-ray versions.
Cafe Flesh (1982) Z0093 - the ending on the DVD was cut by a few seconds.
Cartel (1990) ID7946SG - this has 6 minutes of extended scenes.
City Hunter (1993) PCLP-00477 - contains an extended opening with more shots from the manga, including a few clips from the film and an alternate shot.
Dangerous Games (1995) AVIV-1012 - Vivid Video Entertainment severely cut the DVD by 13 minutes to create fake "multiple angle" footage. This contains the fully uncut version.
Dead Poets Society (1989) 7821 AS - contains 14 minutes of deleted scenes.
Diary of Anne Frank, The (1959) 1074-80 & 1074-85 - these are the widescreen editions featuring the original walk-in, intermission, and exit music tracks from the Theatrical release.
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1931) ML101642 - this is the fully restored uncensored version with 17 minutes of previously censored material.
Dream Lover (1993) 800633113-1 - features over 2 minutes of deleted material.
Grizzly (1976) SF078-5011 - this contains a scrolling monologue at the beginning that was never shown on DVD.
Hearts of Darkness: A Filmmaker's Apocalypse (1991) LV83081 - the DVD version is missing a mention of Harvey Keitel as Willard and a scene
Immortals, The (1995) LT8011-C & --- - these are the uncut versions of the film and are 6 minutes longer than the DVD version.
It (1990) 12198 - this contains the entire 192 minutes of the TV miniseries uncut with one extended shot at the ending of Part 1 and six deleted and extended scenes at the beginning of Part 2.
It's A Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World (1963) ML102194 - the Criterion Blu-ray is missing three scenes and two alternate shots that are only found on this version.
Jason's Lyric (1994) 800633909-1 & ID3837PG - these are the Unrated version that contains about 1 minute of additional footage.
Jimi Hendrix: Rainbow Bridge (1970) ID3931RH - this contains an additional 17 minutes to the original film's 108 minute DVD version.
Lion King, The (1994) - a majority of the animated footage and title cards were remastered after the 1995 Walt Disney Home Video releases of the Theatrical version for every re-released format.
Loaded Weapon 1 (1993) PCLV-10014 - this is the TV Version. While edited for content, it contains 13 minutes of deleted and extended scenes.
Love on Delivery (1994) ML 456 ML 457 - the Blu-ray has several frames cut removing certain parts of dialogue and shots & censored subtitles made on the HK DVD making this the uncut version.
Make Mine Music (1946) SF078-0110 - in the "All the Cats Join In" segment for the DVD, a scene was edited to remove a "side breast" from a girl as she gets dressed. Originally, she was seen from behind, and the side and swell of her breasts were drawn, but in the edited version, she's implied to be flat-chested.
Melody Time (1948) SF078-1214 - the later VHS and DVD releases were both cut and censored in the Pecos Bill segment.
Michael Schenker Group (M.S.G.): Hammersmith Live (1983) TE-D027 - this is the longest version available after it was reissued and shortened under the title "Rock Will Never Die".
Minako Honda: The Virgin Live in Budokan (1986) L098-10 - this contains an additional 36 minutes compared to the 59 minute DVD.
Moontrap (1989) SWLD-3033 - this is the Japanese version that contains several deleted and extended scenes.
Muppet Movie, The (1979) LVITC 0011 - this contains 2 minutes of extended shots and scenes.
Nightmare on Elm Street 5, A: The Dream Child (1989) ID7189ME & TKLR-50013 - these have deleted shots from two scenes that the MPAA cut.
Nightmare on Elm Street 6, A: Freddy's Dead - The Final Nightmare (1991) 1964-130 - this is the German version. It contains almost 3 minutes of scenes that aren't in the US version, but it's also missing scenes that are only shown in the US version.
Object of Obsession (1994) ID3279AP - this is the Unrated version with 5 minutes of additional scenes.
Other Woman, The (1992) ID2475M - this is the Unrated version with 8 minutes of additional scenes.
Pamela Principle (1992) ID2502MR - this is the uncut version with 4 minutes of additional scenes.
Peking Opera Blues (1986) PILF-7063 & A015 - this contains missing text that isn't on the DVD and Blu-ray releases that were part of the ending shown in the Theatrical Cut.
Program, The (1993) TL-1343 - it includes one scene that was removed from all other releases of the film. The studio cut it shortly after the film's theatrical release.
Protector, The (1985) G88F0051 - contains 3 minutes of additional scenes to the Hong Kong version of the film.
Ransom (1995) 8295 AS , PILF-2392 & PILF-2680 - these are the Director’s Cut containing 18 minutes of deleted footage.
Rock n’ Roll Cop (1994) OL-395 - contains the fully uncut version while the DVD is censored.
She's Gotta Have It (1996) CC1381L - this is the Director's Cut containing 4 minutes of additional scenes.
Solar Crisis (1990) PCLP-00128 - this is the uncut Director's Cut with 7 minutes of additional footage.
Star Trek: The Motion Picture (1979) LV 8858-2A & f SF057-1618 - these are the extended version to the Theatrical Cut that was briefly shown on ABC television with 12 minutes of additional scenes.
Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace (1999) PILF-2830 - this is the only release to feature the Theatrical version.
Starflight One (1983) LVRK 0175 - this contains 7 minutes of additional scenes.
Superman IV: The Quest for Peace (1987 K88L-5090 - contains two deleted scenes that were briefly shown on television broadcasts of the TV version.
Texasville (1990) PSE93-34 - contains 24 minutes of additional scenes.
THX 1138 (1971) - these have the original cut of the film.
Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988) 940 CS - contains two shots that were censored for every subsequent release.
Wyatt Earp (1994) 13921 & NJWL-13921 - these are the Special Expanded editions with 19 minutes of additional scenes.
Yellow Submarine: The Beatles (1968) PILA-3029 - this version contains the Theatrical Cut of the film containing additional songs which have never been released on DVD.

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 Post subject: Techmoan on CED
Posted: 09 Jul 2020, 05:57 

I know we posted his LD, VHD, etc. videos but I'm not sure the CED one was posted in here:


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Posted: 20 Mar 2022, 15:20 

Given the late 1978 release date of Discovision and the atrocious yields, they probably made some in 1978 but it's most likely 1979 if it's a boxed copy.

The V2200 is mechanically based on the CLD-3030... it is a very sturdy-feeling design though. The only truly unique Pioneer industrial players are the V8000 and V4400.

I find the late CLD's to be pretty good at tracking Discovision, but I don't have a second gen Pioneer gas tube player to compare it to (let alone a calibrated one!)

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Posted: 26 Apr 2022, 07:13 

A reasonable amount of time.

People do have real life situations that interfere with a timely invoice.
However, if the dealer takes their trade seriously, notice of introduction and / or acknowledgment follow directly.

Patience is a virtue......
And then occasionally the invoice NEVER arrives.....

Cheers mates

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 Post subject: Re: Well I suppose
Posted: 26 Apr 2022, 07:15 

To me streaming is quite inadequate and unfulfilling.

Physical media LIVES.......
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