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Sierra Pictures - Versions - Differences Between Complete and Edited Versions
... differences between the full-length roadshow version of the film and the edited general release version ... from Joan's trial during the opening narration in the edited version, whereas in the full-length version, the events of Joan's life are shown in chronological order ... The narration is more detailed in the edited version than in the complete version, with much of it used to cover the breaks in continuity caused by the severe editing ...
Maximum XS: The Essential Nazareth - Track Listing - Disc 2
... Morning Dew" (alternate edited version) "This Flight Tonight" (US version) "Shanghai'd in Shanghai" (US single edit) "Holy Roller" (alternate mix) "My ...
Hit Collection (Boney M. 1996) - Track Listing - Disc Three - Painter Man
... Painter Man" (Phillips, Pickett) - 310 Original album version "Belfast" (Hillsbury, Deutscher, Menke) - 331 Original album version "Living Like a Moviestar" (Bischof, Farian, Kawohl ... "Bahama Mama" (Farian, Jay) - 1993 ... overdub version from More Gold - 20 Super Hits Vol ... Got a Man On My Mind" (Farian, Jay) - 325 Original album version "The Alibama" (Davis, Farian, Reyam) - 311 Original album version "I See a Boat on the River" (F ...
Sierra Pictures - Versions
... The complete 145 minute version of Joan of Arc remained unseen in the U.S ... When it finally appeared on DVD, the restored complete version was hailed by online movie critics as being much superior to the edited version ... The edited version received its first television showing on CBS on the evening of April 12, 1968 (an Easter weekend), and has been shown on Ted Turner's WTCG and on ...
Bleed It Out - Edited Version
... On the edited version less profanity is used, however two words were censored on MTV and VH1, "fucking" and "noose", "fucking" is censored more strictly and the word "noose" is censored, though it was not censored on ...

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