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Old 04-24-08, 01:48 PM
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what's the one thing you always wanted to see on dvd?

Thanks to DVDs (and laserdiscs) I've been able to see things that I used to just read about, such as the fate of Dallas in "Alien." The one thing that I would still love to see is the technicolor test reel for "Son of Frankentstein." I remember reading (I believe it was in Famous Monsters magazine) that they did a color test on the monster's make-up and it didn't translate well. I really want to see this as a bonus feature someday. Anyone else have a wish list of bonus features?

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the musical numbers dropped from 'I'll Do Anything'
the alternate ending of Frank Oz' remake of 'Little Shop of Horrors' in color and with sound.

I've now seen 'The Rape of Chirst' sequence from 'The Devils' - so I can cross that off my list.
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Bloopers especially the cursing ones they leave off dvds when they even include them.

I remember seeing a bunch of great Dark Angel Bloopers on the net a few years back but on the DVDs they cut out all the cursing and all the fun. And I would like some Star Trek original series bloopers that arnt bootlegs

X-Files, ect
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the musical numbers dropped from 'I'll Do Anything'
the alternate ending of Frank Oz' remake of 'Little Shop of Horrors' in color and with sound.
Why exactly is David Geffen still bogarting this footage?

Add Bugsy Malone to that list. Never got to DVD.
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I'd like to see the director's cut of 'The Birdcage' with all the footage reinstated for the tv cut, but along with the original unaltered R-rated footage as well.
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I'd like to see the director's cut of 'The Birdcage' with all the footage reinstated for the tv cut, but along with the original unaltered R-rated footage as well.
Man I hate it when I see a movie on tv and it has scenes that aren't on the DVD.
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I'd love to see the COMPLETE version of the The Avengers and a complete and restored version of Superman IV.
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Night of the Creeps on dvd
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David Lynch's original 4 hour cut of Blue Velvet.

The original "spider pit" sequence from King Kong ('33).

Completely uncut versions of Friday the 13th: 1, 4, 6 and 7.

Widescreen versions of Death Wish 2-5.
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the one Friday the 13th movie that was notoriousily cut was Part 2 - the shishkabob lovers in particular.
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Death Wish 2 uncut would ideal too - not sure if the recent airing on HDNet Movies was said uncensored version.

since this seems to be a trend for Criterion, the mini-series 6 hour version of Billie August's 'The Best Intentions'

for completist's like myself: The European cut of Ridley's Scott's 'Legend'

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Until the end of the World: 4+ Hour long directors cut.
Nightbreed: Director's Cut
Gigli: Original Cut with completely different ending.
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Originally Posted by KillerCannibal
David Lynch's original 4 hour cut of Blue Velvet.
shooting script of 'Dune'
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Outland with watchable picture quality.

Widescreen version of Extreme Prejudice.
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remastered color corrected Todd-AO version of 'Oklahoma!' - if you've seen the dvd travesty you know what I mean, someone at Fox should be shot in the groin for this.
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shooting script of 'Dune'
Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me with deleted scenes restored, and properly released.
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Kate Beckinsale-Scarlett Johanssen sex scene.


well, you asked!
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Flesh for Frankestein in 3D
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Tracey Ullman's deleted scenes from Death Becomes Her, including the original ending.

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Spies Like Us - Widescreen
Grosse Pointe Blank - Anamorphic
True Lies - Anamorphic
Cutting room floor footage for any Michael Moore film.
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The longer TV version of King Kong (1976).
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I posted years ago in this forum, my brilliant DVD idea that we will probably never see.

DVDs collected un-aired televisions Pilots.

The potential is endless, with the talent that is involved with failed TV pilots. I remember reading about a sitcom that Conan O'Brian wrote with that the pilot is sheer genius.

And I'm still F'n waiting for the great & underrated Hannie Caulder.
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Originally Posted by Giles
the one Friday the 13th movie that was notoriousily cut was Part 2 - the shishkabob lovers in particular.
Really? I always thought the most cut-up of all F13th films was part 7. The majority of Buechler's FX work was excised from the final film, leaving a watered-down version that's pretty tame by comparison.
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Documentaries/commentaries on Terrence Malick and while at it Director's Cut of The Thin Red Line.

Deleted scenes from Star Wars trilogy.

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