Deleted Scene

A deleted scene refers to footage that has been removed, censored, or replaced in the final version of a film or television show. It is occasionally, but rarely, referred to as a "cut scene", but due to the usage of "cut scene" in reference to video games, the preference is to call it "deleted". A related term is "extended scene", which refers to scenes (such as fight scenes or montages) which were shortened for the final version of the film. Often extended scenes will be included in collections of deleted scenes, or also referred to as deleted scenes themselves, as is the case with for instance, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets and Serenity.

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American Photojournalist - Deleted Scene
... The American Photojournalist features heavily in scenes deleted from the finished film ... In the black market 'Rough Cut', he has a number of extra scenes as the length of the film set at Kurtz's compound rises to about an hour ... and he makes numerous other appearances including a scene where Willard is humiliated and taunted by the entire tribe while in a cage ...
Creed Bratton (character) - Character History - Seasons 5–6
... In a deleted scene in "Niagara", Creed tells Meredith that the restaurant where they are dining used to be the base of operations for his cigarette smuggling operation ... In a deleted scene from "Happy Hour", Creed goes up to Oscar and an unknown woman and asks them to buy him a drink which they both decline ... In a deleted scene from "New Leads", Creed asks Andy for $10,000, but Andy declines, and offers something else ...
Deleted Scene - Examples
... The deleted scenes on Thomas the Tank Engine and Friends are seen in lots of places, including the music videos ... In the SpongeBob SquarePants episode "Just One Bite" there was a scene where Squidward Tentacles triggers a burglar alarm consisting of a bucket of gasoline which is ... of the Wake Up Jeff video, and replaced by a chase scene ...
List Of Seinfeld DVD Releases - Volume 2: Season 3 (1991–92)
... interior) "The Note" - Inside Look, Deleted Scene "The Truth" "The Dog" - Deleted Scene "The Library" - Inside Look, Commentary (Larry Charles) "The Pen ... Inside Looks" (Retrospective Featurettes) "In the Vault" (Deleted Scenes) "Not That There's Anything Wrong With That" (Bloopers) "Yada, Yada, Yada" (Audio ...

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