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Back to the Future (1989)
DirectorRobert Zemeckis
Cut FormatsDVD
Classifications PG (2/8/2002)
Cut Footage The word "fuck" [speculation]. This profanity is not heard in the DVD.
Reason Unknown.
Uncut Releases The original VHS and theatrical versions [assumption].

 
Bad Santa / Badder Santa (2004)
DirectorTerry Zwigoff
Cut FormatsFilm
Classifications MA (16/3/2004 - 91 mins film)
Cut Footage The theatrical print that circulated around Australia has the following differences compared to the unrated US DVD, which runs for an extra seven minutes. Note that some of these scenes would not have been cut for censorship reasons. The British film print runs to 91:27.
   (a) There's an alternate take of Willie leaving the mall at the start of the movie with a more vulgar exchange with the security guard.
   (b) There's a whole new subplot at the beginning of the movie with Willie stealing a car and robbing someone's house, and then going to a strip club and bringing a stripper home before hearing the phone message telling him it's that time of year again.
   (c) There is more footage of Willie having sex in the dressing room.
   (d) The pinball scene with the underage girl is extended with more thrusting.
   (e) There's more swearing and berating in the food court scene.
   (f) There's some more footage of Willie yelling at The Kid after losing a game of checkers.
   (g) The jacuzzi sex scene is slightly longer.
   (h) The scene with Willie confronting a security guard outside the mall is extended.
   (i) A small extension of the Granny Death scene.
   (j) An extended car death scene.
   (k) A longer shoot out at the mall. [Source: IMDB]
   I also found this comment on Amazon: "The unrated DVD is sooo much superior to the original cut in which this version has some offensive stuff to avoid an 'NC-17' rating, it's got nice picture & Sound quality, outtakes, behind the scenes special and deleted & Alternate scenes." [Sonic-Fan "John"]
   There is also an R-rated US DVD featuring the cut theatrical version.
Reason Cut to obtain a US R rating.
Uncut Releases Local DVD (Columbia Tri-Star), Unrated US DVD (Dimension).

 
Bad Taste (1987)
Director Peter Jackson
Cut Formats VHS, Film
Classifications R (7/2/1990 VHS rental, 19/3/1990 - 86 mins film), M (12/7/1989 - 82 mins PAL), Banned
Cut Footage Various moments of gore, especially those featuring the alien with half a head, stumbling on the beach at the start.
Reason The film was originally banned, then resubmitted to receive the R rating. The version on video is the R-rated version. The OFLC did classify one version M. It was also banned in Queensland briefly until the infamous Board of Review was disbanded by the Labour Party.
Uncut Releases Local DVD (Universal), NZ film and VHS [assumption], US DVD (Anchor Bay), UK VHS (Colorbox) running to 87:44 PAL, Japanese DVD.

 
Baise-Moi (2001)
Directors Coralie Trinh Thi, Virginie Despentes
Classifications Banned (10/5/2002, 30/4/2003 - Victorian police confiscation), R (4/10/2001 - 77 mins film)
Uncut Releases Local theatrical release, NZ theatrical release [Refused-Classification], Canadian DVD, R2 DVD.
Comments "Surprisingly, in its extremely brief theatrical run before the Board of Review overturned the OFLC's R classification, there was only one complaint. Of primary concern was the hardcore penetration footage during the film's already graphic rape scene. That and all the other explicit sexual footage (usually reserved for X rated material) that snuck past." [M. C. Thomason]
More Details Read Fred Nile's plea to the OFLC.

 
Banned from Television: Volume 1 (1998)
Director Mantra Films
Classifications Banned (21/11/2007, 31/8/2007)
Comments Also banned in the UK, this documentary is just a collection of mondo footage – ostensibly once or almost broadcast on US network TV – showing people being hurt or killed in various accidents. It includes the infamous shot of a girl who is hit by a train when attempting to cross the tracks, her body thrown toward the camera already apparently lifeless.
   The would-be local distributor, Zeal Entertainment, has tried to get this title classified twice, and at no small expense given what the OFLC charges per screening. Perhaps they will have better luck with the other entries in this series?
Uncut Releases Unrated US VHS (Fall Line Pictures). There is probably a DVD available, too.
Entry Last Updated 20/12/2007

 
Barbarian Queen (1985)
Director Héctor Olivera
Cut Formats VHS, DVD
Classifications R
Cut Footage Rape sequences. The cut US R-rated VHS (Vestron) runs to 71:29 NTSC and contains most of the rape footage lost from the Australian VHS rental. However, both versions are missing the part where Lana Clarkson is nude and being penetrated by the grizzled old alchemist while she is strapped to a slanted board by her wrists. This shot is only in the US unrated VHS release. The US DVD (Concorde) is the cut US R-rated version. The status of the UK DVD (Prism Leisure Corp) is unknown. It runs to 70:28 PAL which equates to 73:24 NTSC.
Reason Cut locally to avoid being banned. The DVD version was cut to obtain a US R rating.
Uncut Releases US unrated VHS (Vestron) with a running time of 75:10 NTSC, give or take a second or two.
Entry Last Updated 4/3/2009

 
The Beast of Pleasure (1981)
Directora Unknown
Cut Formats VHS
Classifications R (1981)
Cut Footage Unknown.
Reason Cut to avoid be banned.
Uncut Releases Unknown.
Original Entry Refused-Classification.

 
La Bête / The Beast (1975)
Director Walerian Borowczyk
Cut Formats Film
Classifications R, Banned (1976, 1981)
Cut Footage A sex scene between a woman and the eponymous beast.
Reason Cut to avoid be banned.
Uncut Releases US DVD.
Original Entry Refused-Classification.

 
Beware! Children at Play (1989)
Director Mik Cribben
Cut Formats VHS
Classifications R (1998)
Cut Footage The bloody deaths of the compound children are more graphic, although most of the effects are very cheaply done and unconvincing.
Reason Cut to obtain a US R rating.
Uncut Releases US DVD (Troma) with a running time of 94:52 NTSC.
Original Entry Refused-Classification.

 
The Beyond / E tu vivrai nel terrore - L'aldilà (1981)
DirectorLuci Fulci
Cut FormatsVHS
Classifications R (15/2/1985 rental, 1/5/1982 film)
Cut Footage Explicit gore footage including the chains and spikes slashing the priest at the start, a woman throat torn open, and the little girl's heading exploding via a .357 Magnum blast.
Reason "The prints brought into this country by GUO (now Village Roadshow) were sourced from pre-cut UK editions. Thus, the version passed with an R rating was the already trimmed UK version." [M. C. Thomason]
Uncut Releases Local DVD (Shock), Unrated US DVD (Anchor Bay), Dutch VHS, US film restoration playing in theatres and organised by Quentin Tarantino, UK DVD (Vipco).

 
Beyond the Darkness / Blue Holocaust / Buried Alive / Buio Omega (1979)
Director Joe D'Amato
Classifications Banned - Customs Confiscation (1992) [Source: Refused-Classification]
Uncut Releases Dutch VHS sell-through and Italian Shock DVD, US DVD, Italian DVD (LF Film).
Comments This is an infamous yet tedious movie that supposedly features a real corpse being carved up in a bath tub.

 
Beyond the Valley of the Dolls (1969)
Director Russ Meyer
Cut Formats VHS
Classifications R (13/10/1989 and 31/5/1990 rental), Banned (1/11/1971 and 20/7/1989)
Cut Footage One scene has been trimmed involving simulated fellatio with a pistol gun barrel and a topless woman asleep in bed, with blood shooting from the victim's mouth and nostrils after the gun is fired. The blood spray lasts for exactly nine frames. This scene is actually played under the opening credits too, though without the spraying blood.
    I have been told that the decapitation was also trimmed on the VHS rental release. On tape the head was apparently never shown rolling across the floor. [confirm]
Reason Trimmed to allow the release of the movie after being banned. Virtually all versions worldwide were cut. The US version was cut to avoid a US X rating.
Uncut Releases Local DVD (Fox) with a running time of 104:39 PAL, Scandanavian DVD, US laserdisc [speculation]. A new US DVD is forthcoming.
   The DVD version was not reclassified by the OFLC.
Comments "The sequence, which lasts close on a minute, is pretty much missing from all versions at the moment; even the US VHS editions. Problem is, aside from being banned in its uncut form in Australia, the film is also only permissible in an R-rated edition in the US (it was passed with an R rating after cuts were made to the film following being awarded an X, which Fox could not release the film with, being a major studio). For its VHS re-release in the nineties, under an NC-17, the trims were lightened, but the pistol fellatio sequence was still trimmed (blood spouting from the victim's mouth and nose at the 'climax' of the scene, the gun being fired, were removed; I also believe the sequence was shortened). Ironically, Fox's local initial VHS release (with the original poster artwork and fluoro-pink sleeve) featured a photo from the sequence on the back of the sleeve. I believe the US laserdisc was uncut." [M. C. Thomason]

 
Big (1988)
Director Penny Marshall
Cut Formats DVD, VHS [speculation]
Classifications M (6/6/1988 - 104 mins film), PG (17/1/1989 - VHS)
Cut Footage Dialogue amounting to about 10 seconds to accomodate the removal of the word "fuck". The US and UK versions also differ in some of the dialogue, which may cause runtime comparisons to be different. [Sources: IMDB and MichaelDVD]
Reason Cut to obtain a lower UK rating.
Uncut Releases Local film prints, US DVD and VHS [assumption], French DVD. Since the VHS release was classified PG, one may assume that it was sourced from the cut UK PAL master. [confirm]
More Details Visit MichaelDVD.

 
The Black Alley Cats (1974)
Director Henning Schellerup
Classifications Banned (1985), R (1980)
Uncut Releases US VHS (Something Weird Video).
Original Entry Refused-Classification.

 
Black and White (1999)
Director James Toback
Cut Formats Film, VHS, DVD
Classifications MA (12/12/2000 - DVD, 12/4/2000 - 99 mins film)
Cut Footage Sex footage. "The R-rated version has several shots of a girl's naked ass deleted, the two girls kissing is reduced (?), and the girl rubbing the other girl's nipple has been reduced." [Source: ATTIC]
Reason Cut to obtain a US R rating [Source: IMDB].
Uncut Releases None.
More Details Visit Sputnik7 to see the cut scene.

 
Blade Runner (1982)
Director Ridley Scott
Cut Formats Film, VHS, DVD
Classifications M (26/10/2007 - 'The Final Cut' DVD, 21/12/1992 - 116 mins film, 1/8/1982 film, 22/8/1984 rental)
Cut Footage    (a) More blood and additional shots are shown when Tyrell's eyes are gouged and his head is squashed by Roy Batty.
   (b) Pris holds Deckard's head up by his nostrils during her frenzied attack.
   (c) Pris is shot three times by Deckard, not just twice.
   (d) Brief footage of the nail emerging from Roy Batty's hand is shown in the uncut version.
Reason The movie was re-edited after the studio put pressure on Ridley Scott to dumb-down the movie. Trims to the violence were made to appease the US MPAA prior to release.
Uncut Releases 'Final Cut' version (all theatrical and video releases), UK DVD (Warner), unrated US laserdisc (Embassy #13806), US VHS tapes also contain the longer European version, European VHS [assumption]. Somehow Australia never received the uncensored European releases on VHS or DVD.
Entry Last Updated 19/11/2007

 
Blood Moon (1989)
Director Alec Mills
Cut Formats Film
Classifications M (2/2/1990 - 99 mins film), R (17/1/1990 - 99 mins film)
Cut Footage Miscellaneous bloody violence and possibly nudity...less than a minute's worth judging by the identical rounded OFLC running times. This film is an Australian-made slasher pic. As far as I know, this cut version was never released on VHS, thus making comparisons difficult.
Reason Cut by the distributor Village/Roadshow to obtain an M rating for its theatrical run.
Uncut Releases Local VHS, US VHS [assumption].

 
Bloodsucking Freaks / The Incredible Torture Show (1981)
Director Joel M. Reid
Classifications R, Banned (31/10/2000)
Uncut Releases Local VHS (Palace and Siren), unrated US DVD (Troma)
Comments The latest application was made by the now defunct Tribe Enterprises for DVD. The film was originally released uncut rated R. VHS originals can still be found. The 2000 ban appears to be for the DVD, which contained unpassable footage in the DVD Intelligence Test supplement. The same problem struck a number of Troma DVDs.

 
Body Bags (1994)
Director John Carpenter, Tobe Hooper, Wes Craven
Cut Formats VHS
Classifications R (16/6/1994 - 91 mins PAL)
Cut Footage Miscellaneous gore, although our release is rated R and it is fairly graphic. [confirm]
Reason Cut to obtain a US R rating.
Uncut Releases Dutch DVD. The US DVD is cut.

 
Body Double (1984)
Director Brian De Palma
Cut Formats Film
Classifications R
Cut Footage The drilling scene was slightly trimmed for the film's theatrical run.
Reason Cut locally for its theatrical release.
Uncut Releases Local VHS and DVD, US DVD and laserdisc.

 
The Bodyguard (1992)
Director Mick Jackson
Cut Formats DVD
Classifications M (26/10/1992 - 129 mins film)
Cut Footage At 70:39 Coster earclapping a thug in a hotel kitchen.
Reason Sourced from a cut UK master.
Uncut Releases Local VHS (Warner) and film, US VHS, DVD and laserdisc (Warner).

 
Boogie Nights (1997)
Director Paul Thomas Anderson
Cut Formats Film, VHS, DVD
Classifications R
Cut Footage Sexual content.
Reason Cut to obtain a US R rating.
Uncut Releases None.

 
The Borrower (1991)
Director John McNaughton
Cut Formats Film, VHS
Classifications M (10/10/1991)
Comments John McNaughton made the following remarks during an interview for In The Flesh fanzine (UK), issue #6 on page 10: "As soon as Vestron backed out Atlantic picked it up, but it was submitted to the MPAA and given an 'X' certificate so they just walked out on the deal.We got an R rating and had to cut it 5 times, but I don't feel the picture was damaged to the point where destroyed by any means."
Cut Footage While the exact details of cuts is unknown, one may assume that the decapitations should be more explicit than they are.
Reason Cut to obtain a US R rating.
Uncut Releases None.
Entry Last Updated 11/5/2007

 
Braindead / Dead Alive (1992)
Director Peter Jackon
Cut Formats Film
Classifications R
Cut Footage Very small part of a scene showing two zombies making love as the priest penetrates the nurse with a broom handle impaled through his stomach, as well as some gore.
Reason Cut versions were submitted for classification.
Uncut Releases UK VHS sell-through, Spanish DVD (Manga Films), Japanese DVD. The US DVD and US laserdisc, titled Dead Alive, were shortened by Jackson himself and are missing some violence and dialogue.
Comments "The initial version that screened Australian cinemas in '92 ran a spectacular 97 min in duration (i.e. it was the shorter American print prepared by Trimark). The successive VHS release through Columbia Tristar was sourced from the longest (104 min) version; this version also surfaced on VHS/DVD in the UK and Spain. The film was, however, never refused classification here to the best of my knowledge, but it was submitted in twodifferent versions. Both versions were slapped with an R rating." [M.C. Thomason]

 
Braveheart (1996)
Director Mel Gibson
Cut Formats Film, VHS, DVD
Classifications MA
Cut Footage Mel Gibson implemented cuts to remove copious bleeding from sword and axe wounds in the battle scenes to achieve a US R rating. [Melon Farmers]
    Although the throat cutting of the English Lord is shown from the front in the local DVD (Fox), the shot cuts away before we see blood dribbling from his fatal neck wound, as shown on the US DVD (Paramount). This brief shot was also removed for the UK release, as Mel Gibson explains on the DVD commentary. From memory, the UK DVD is also missing the initial front view slash, but that has to be confirmed. The reverse angle from behind also shows the entire knife stroke, and would suffice as an alternative take in the UK DVD. Therefore, in Australia we still see the knife slash but without the bloodletting. Click here to see the footage on YouTube.
    Gibson also mentions that the disembowelling of William Wallace was trimmed before release: "We used to see it in all its gory detail". It proved too much for some members of test audiences. Gibson does not mention making cuts for the MPAA, only the removal of frames from some impact shots for stylistic reasons. I will endeavour to confirm the MPAA cuts.
Reason Cut to obtain a US R rating. We also seem to have inherited cuts from the UK version.
Uncut Releases None. The US and Dutch DVDs reportedly contain the standard uncut theatrical versions.
Original Entry From MelonFarmers. The YouTube link came from Refused Classification.

 
Bride of Frank (1996)
Director Escalpo Don Blade
Classifications Banned - Customs confiscation 1998
Uncut Releases Dutch DVD, forthcoming US DVD.
Original Entry Refused-Classification.

 
Bride of Frankenstein (1935)
Director James Whale
Cut Formats Film, VHS, DVD
Classifications PG (24/9/2002 - DVD, 18/8/1992 - 72 mins PAL)
Cut Footage Changes were made to the script before shooting began, and also after the film was completed, to comply with the censorship demands of the day. One example pointed out in the DVD commentary has moans dubbed over an interior scene where two victims of the Monster lay, apparently wounded. This was done to reduce the body count tally. The victims were actually supposed to be deceased, and the reactions of Minnie and the bystanders indicates this.
Reason Cut to comply with early US morals censorship. 
Uncut Releases Not yet available.

 
Bride of Re-Animator (1990)
Director Brian Yuzna
Cut Formats Film, VHS
Classifications M (24/7/1990 rental, 27/7/1990 film)
Cut Footage Some quick gory shots as the Bride falls apart.
Reason Cut to obtain a US R rating. 
Uncut Releases Unrated US DVD (Pioneer).

 
Bridget Jones's Diary (2001)
Director Sharon Maguire
Cut Formats DVD
Classifications M (4/5/2001 - 97 mins film)
Cut Footage The word "cunt". [Sources: IMDB and MichaelDVD]
Reason Cut in the UK to avoid the 18 rating.
Uncut Releases Local VHS and film prints, US DVD and VHS.
More Details Visit MichaelDVD.

 
The Brood / Chromosome 3 (1980)
DirectorDavid Cronenberg
Cut FormatsFilm, VHS, DVD
Classifications R (15/11/1984 rental, 1/3/1980 film), Banned (1/3/1983, 1979)
Cut Footage The uncut R1 disc runs to 92:18 NTSC, which calculates out to roughly 88:37 PAL, compared to 87:49 PAL for this new R4 DVD. There is an MGM lion logo and some dead time before the start of the feature running to about 13 secs, and one brief MGM lion logo (one roar) at the end running to about five seconds.
   Hence there is a difference of 48 secs between the two DVDs. The French disc, titled Chromosome 3, runs to 87:44 PAL and has no MGM logos at the start or end. The 'birthing' scene on the Dendy French disc is missing one crucial moment, among others: the second foetus licking shot. The first one is shown head-on, while the second is more of a close-up with the camera on Samantha Eggar's left. IMDB reports that all of the European PAL DVDs are cut. Unfortunately, this new Region 4 PAL release by MGM is also similarly cut.
   As mentioned above, the old Australian VHS rental is missing even more footage than the censored US R version. The only uncut version available on DVD is still the current R1 MGM unrated release.
ReasonThis film was cut by the US MPAA before general theatrical release to gain a US R rating. It was cut further for its Australian release.
Uncut Releases US DVD (MGM).

 
Brother (2001)
Director Takeshi Kitano aka 'Beat' Takeshi
Cut Formats Film
Classifications R (15/6/2001, film)
Cut Footage Blood sprays from bullet hits were cleaned up digitally, in particular the scene where Anaki's friend commits suicide to prove his loyalty. This version was screened at the Melbourne Film Festival.
Reason Cut to obtain a US R rating.
Uncut Releases Local DVD, Japanese DVD (Bandai) at 113:35 NTSC, UK DVD, HK DVD.
Comments "The film was distributed by Sony Pictures Classics in the US (the same company who distributed your beloved Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon), who cut the film for a US R-rating. If the Australian release version carried the Sony logo at its header theatrically, then yes, we have the same digitally cleaned up version that the US was lumbered with. Blood-splashes, bullet hits, and so on were 'tidied up' and somewhat reduced in impact by digital removal. The only sure-fire way to be certain of which version we have in Oz, is check the Yakuza member suicide where he shoots himself in the head. If there is an enormous splash of blood behind him on the wall, the film is uncut, if not...Sony have had their CGI tools at work." [M. C. Thomason]

 
Brotherhood (1976)
Director Shan Hua
Classifications Banned (1979)
Uncut Releases Unknown.
Original Entry Refused-Classification.

 
Brothers in Arms (1989)
Director George Jay Bloom
Cut Formats VHS
Classifications R (12/7/1989)
Cut Footage Our Roadshow-Premier VHS tape runs for 90:06 PAL. The uncut US VHS (Republic Pictures Home Video) tape runs for 94:32 NTSC, making it the equivalent of 93:51 PAL. Therefore, the calculated difference in running times favours the longer US tape by approximately 41 seconds. Here is a breakdown of the main violent moments:
   (a) The opening sequence where a man is nailed to a cross is trimmed of hammer blows, and perhaps a pistol shot into the victim's mouth. The uncut tape shows a nail being hammered into Cody's left wrist. He then pulls his wrist free by sliding it over the nail.
   (b) An attempted rape and assault occurs 24 minutes in. It seems to be edited to reduce the overall impact of the scene, although I doubt much if any nudity would have been shown. The uncut US tape shows Joey being forced to rape Stevie, although his brother intervenes before it can go futher.
   (c) Throat slashing at 33:10. On the US tape, a very brief shot of the slashing is shown, together with a blood spray which gets Dallas in the face, but the whole sequence is very fast.
   (d) The badger hand mauling scene at 46:00 looks trimmed. The US tape shows three close-ups of the badger biting Joey's hand, until he finally stabs it in the head with a knife.
   (e) A handing stabbing at 58:13 looks to be missing the impact shot. The lead up to the imminent rape just before this part is also a bit choppy. In the US tape, Stevie's top and panties are cut off and the sequence runs for longer. The hand stabbing is shown in two shots, the initial impact and a reveal that pans down from Caleb's arm down to his hand stuck to the table top.
   (f) The demise of one thug via helicopter rotor blade shows no gore, apart from blood splashing onto the helicopter, in both versions.
   (g) The pistol shot into a mouth is bloodless in both versions.
Reason Cut to obtain a US R rating [assumption]. However, note that the US VHS tape I watched was also labelled with a US R rating.
Uncut Releases US VHS (Republic Pictures Home Video).

 
Brutes and Savages (1978)
Director Arthur Davis
Cut Formats VHS
Classifications R (circa 1976)
Cut Footage Unspecified violence, sex with a llama, say about 10 minutes is missing, although much of it is reportedly non-violent material.
Reason A cut UK version was submitted for classification. The original uncut version at 100 mins film was actually passed with an R rating.
Uncut Releases US DVD (Synapse).
Comments "The 88m UK theatrical version was passed uncut with an R rating for video in Australia, and it's this version that has circulated ever since in that medium. However, the original 100 min version was passed with an R classification for theatrical exhibition back in about 1976/77. There's not much by way of extra gore, just a bit more padding with additional travelogue footage."[M. C. Thomason]
Entry Last Updated 28/2/2009

 
Bullet in the Head (1991)
Director John Woo
Cut Formats VHS
Classifications R (12/11/1990 film)
Cut Footage A man is forced to drink urine in a bar. The one-on-one battle at the end of the movie is not supposed to be in the director’s cut. It should end at the conference room scene.
Reason Most masters are of the non-director's cut version.
Uncut Releases A French laserdisc release was rumoured to be the only director’s cut release of this film currently on home video. The forthcoming UK DVD from Hong Kong Legends will be the supposed director’s 117 minute cut. The HK DVD (Media Asia) is 125:45 NTSC, which matches the UK VHS (Made in Hong Kong).

 
The Burning (1981)
DirectorTony Maylam
Cut Formats VHS
Classifications R
Cut Footage A very small amount of violence during the raft massacre sequence. Comparing frames between the uncut US DVD and the Aussie tape will be done in the future.
Reason Sourced from an uncut UK master then trimmed slightly.
Uncut Releases US DVD (MGM). The uncut version was also released on video in the USA in 2001 under an exclusive Amazon.com label which could only be purchased over the Internet (although Amazon.com mistakenly advertise it as the R version). UK DVD and VHS (Vipco), Denish VHS (VIPCO), German DVD (Dragon).
Comments Footage shown in Scream Greats Vol 1 (Tom Savini) has glimpses of gore that are not in the Australian tape. [Heath G.]
   "The Australian cassette released by Thorn EMI is virtually uncut, and has been sourced from the uncut version of the film. Believe it or not, the total difference in running time between the uncut and slightly edited version is a slight 16 seconds! The EMI tape is actually the slightly modified UK video version, and was never passed fully uncut locally. MGM have hinted that they may be releasing the film on DVD in an uncut form sometime in the near future for R1. Vipco in the UK have just recently had the film passed completely uncut for video and DVD release, with all prior cuts restored." [M. C. Thomason]
Entry Last Updated 4/10/2007

 
Bury Me an Angel (1971)
Director Barbara Peters
Cut Formats VHS, Film [assumption]
Classifications R (1974, 1984)
Cut Footage A shotgun blast to the face.
Reason Unknown.
Uncut Releases Unknown.
Original Entry Refused-Classification.

 
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