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Dämonenbrut / Demon-Terror (2000)
Director Andreas Bethmann
Classifications Banned - Customs confiscation (2004)
Uncut Releases German DVD (X-Rated Kultvideo, limited pressing of 500).
Comments This shot-on-video gore movie runs to 130 mins uncut according to IMDB. The DVD has a running time of 109 mins PAL. [Thanks to Kerfew]
More Details Visit Xploited Cinema.

Darling (2003)
Director Susumu Kudo
Classifications Banned (4/1/2006 - DVD)
Uncut Releases US DVD (Kitty Media).
Comments This is a series of Japanese manga episodes. According to the OFLC entry, Siren Visual Entertainment attempted to have it classified. The film was produced by Takashi Yokoi Takashi Ito for Cherry Soft. I suspect this title is not listed in IMDB (yet) because it's a series.

Dawn of the Dead (2003)
Director Zack Snyder
Classifications MA (9/8/2004 - DVD, 1/6/2004 - 102 mins film)
Cut Footage It reportedly contains nine minutes of additional narrative footage and extra gore. The theatrical version, which was rated MA in Australia and R in the US, has several bloody and gory moments but is definitely missing key scenes and character development. Despite the plentiful though very mainstream gore content, there are no stand-out gore effects. It certainly fails to make the same visceral impact that George Romero's original classic does, with its dozens of zombie headshots and intestine-laden chowdowns. What happened to this 2003 remake shows what probably would have happened to the 1978 version if it was locked in to a US R rating theatrically.
   Ironically, the gorier version received the same classification as the censored released. Wake up, major studios.
Uncut Releases Local DVD (Universal), unrated US DVD (Universal).

Dawn of the Mummy (1981)
DirectorFrank Agrama
Cut Formats VHS
Classifications R
Cut Footage Miscellaneous gore footage.
   "10 secs missing where the butcher gets his head split open with a knife 38 secs cut deleting neck biting and a woman being dragged under the sand and maybe a messy reel change 10 cuts totalling 47 secs, showing various people being eviscerated and eaten. 6 secs showing an eye gouging and more cannibalism." [Source: Melon Farmers]
Reason Sourced from a cut UK master. [speculation]
Uncut Releases It was originally released uncut on local VHS (from information at hand, a CIC label called Film and Video Cable Sales put this tape out), US VHS (HBO/Thorn EMI - 88 min), European VHS (Chainsaw), US DVD (Laser Paradise), forthcoming US DVD (Anchor Bay).

Day of Anger (1967)
Director Tonino Valerii
Cut Formats VHS, Film
Classifications Unknown
Cut Footage Unknown
Reason The theatrical print was cut prior to release. The origin of the cut VHS version is unknown.
Uncut Releases The SBS screening was much longer.
Original Entry Refused-Classification.

Dead and Buried (1981)
Director Gary Sherman
Cut Formats VHS, Film, DVD
Classifications R (1981)
Cut Footage The local DVD (Force Video) which runs to 90:03 PAL is still cut.
   (a) When one victim's head is squashed with a rock, the screen goes black and a crunching sound effect is heard. The local DVD cuts directly to the next scene when the rock is raised above the victim.
   (b) The needle in the eye shot is also trimmed.
Reason Originally cut to avoid being banned. The cuts on the DVD were presumably retained from an old VHS master.
Uncut Releases US DVD (Blue Underground), UK VHS, German DVD.
Original Entry Refused-Classification.

Dead Heat (1988)
Director Mark Goldblatt
Cut Formats VHS
Classifications M
Cut Footage Gore material. [assumption]
Reason Cut to obtain a US R rating. [Source: IMDB and MHVF]
Uncut Releases Not yet available.
Anchor Bay are working on a special edition DVD with the director and various people in the industry, who are trying to track down missing elements. [Source: MHVF]

Dead Man Walking (1987)
Director Gregory Dark
Cut Formats VHS
Classifications R
Cut Footage Gore footage [speculation].
Reason Unknown.
Uncut Releases Not yet available. No information can be found at present. The version submitted for classification was supposedly uncut.

The Deadly Avenger (1991)
Director Robert Rundle
Classifications Banned (1993)
Uncut Releases Unknown.
Original Entry Refused-Classification.

Deadly Dream Woman / Nu Hei Xia Huang Ying (1992)
Directors Jing Wong, Taylor Wong
Cut Formats Film
Classifications R (27/11/1992 - 89 mins film), Banned (21/10/1992 - 89 mins film) 
Cut Footage Judging by the comparable running times, not much was excised.
Reason Cut to avoid being banned.
Uncut Releases Unknown.

Deadly Effects: Wound Ballistics (circa 1994)
Director A. Jason
Classifications Banned (20/1/1995 - 81 mins PAL)
Uncut Releases Unknown.
Comments This is obviously a documentary about the effects of bullet damage on the human body.

Deadly Weapons: Fire Arms and Fire Power (circa 1994)
Director A. Jason
Classifications Banned (20/1/1995 - 105 mins PAL)
Uncut Releases Unknown.
Comments Another entry in the popular "deadly" series of shockumentaries. The enterprising would-be distributor (Signal One International) appealed against the ban and lost.

Death Scenes (1991)
Directors Nick Bougas, F.B. Vincenzo
Classifications Banned (1989)
Uncut Releases DVD, bootleg VHS.
Original Entry Refused-Classification.

Death Warmed Up (1984)
Director David Blythe
Cut Formats VHS
Classifications R, Banned (1985)
Cut Footage Some gore is missing. This movie was also banned in Queensland in its censored form.
Reason The cut UK version was used and classified R.
Uncut Releases New Zealand DVD (Screenline New Zealand Cinema), US VHS (Vestron), Japanese VHS (Daiei Video) running to 82:57 NTSC. There is a Japanese DVD version, but its state of completeness is unknown. NZ VHS [assumption].
Original Entry Visit Refused-Classification for a list of all cuts.
Entry Last Updated 9/8/2009

Death Wish II (1982)
Director Michael Winner
Cut Formats VHS
Classifications R (1982), Banned
Comments The Australian DVD (Columbia Tristar) runs to 87:50 PAL (87:56 DVD counter time) or 91:30 film or 91:35 NTSC, while the VHS rental runs to 85:11 PAL (including the Columbia opening, which is missing on the DVD), a difference of 2:39 PAL. Another VHS release apparently runs to 88:12 PAL. I will follow this up and confirm the running time of the Columbia VHS rental. Our DVD has the same specifications as the European region 2 DVD.
Cut Footage The Australian VHS rental (RCA/Columbia/Hoyts) contains the following cuts compared to the local DVD. Time references are from the DVD.
   (a) 9:35 - A shot of Rosaria's panties are pulled down all the way by a thug, who then puts his hands on her backside.
   (b) 9:56 - The thug licks her bum.
   (c) 10:32 - Rosaria is taken from behind by the thug, who makes exaggerated thrusting movements, even to the extent of causing his bandana to fall off.
   (d) 11:26 - After Rosaria is thrown onto the bed and has her dress ripped up the back, there are additional shots of her top coming off, exposing her breasts, then a shot of her struggling naked with a thug who climbs onto of her and starts humping.
   (e) 11:51 - A second thug climbs on top of her as she is hit with a leather belt by another thug. He thrusts into her from behind as they lay on the bed. She is struck several more times with the belt.
   (f) 12:15 - The thugs turn her over and the thug played by Lawrence Fishburn starts thrusting into her near the side of the bed. There is a close up of her agonized face.
   (g) 12:41 - Rosaria is pulled by the hair along the floor toward the leader and has her face shoved into his crotch after he pulls his pants down over his buttocks.
   (h) 13:51 - Rosaria is hit in the mouth with a crowbar. The first impact shot is the same as the tape, but there are two additional shots, one showing her falling toward camera, then another as she falls to the floor, starts to get back up again, looks behind her, and finally looses consciousness.
   (i) 14:40 - The shot of Rosaria lying nude, presumably dead, is cropped so that everything below her waist is hidden. On the DVD, you see her whole body.
   (j) 15:36 to 17:15 (99 seconds) - The rape of Paul Kersey's daughter is almost entirely missing on the VHS tape. There is a wide shot of the girl with a thug's hands on her legs. All footage from this point on is cut, including the removal of her bra, the fondling of her breasts, and her quiet rape when she lies mute as the thug thrusts into her. The tape picks things up again as he climbs off her body.
   (k) 17:29 - The moment when he dismounts, right after his orgasm, is prolonged by a few seconds on the DVD.
   The first rape sequence involves alternate editing choices in order to make the cut shots flow together more smoothly. The scene where the daughter jumps to her death is identical frame-for-frame in both versions. When she hits the fence, blood pours from her mouth - according to IMDB, this was one of the shots cut from the US version to gain an R rating. Which means that this DVD appears to be the fully uncut international version. The rest of the violence in the VHS rental tape matches the DVD.
Reason Cut to avoid being banned. Both the uncut international and the cut US R-rated versions were banned at one stage. The version on VHS rental (RCA/Columbia/Hoyts) appears to be the cut UK version.
Uncut Releases Local DVD (Columbia Tristar), US VHS bootleg (Video Search of Miami), Greek VHS (MTC/Thorn EMI), Brazilian DVD (Columbia TriStar), Scandanavian DVD (Universal), Spanish DVD (Columbia Tristar), Irish TV. The Greek version has three additional minutes of narrative and dialogue that is not in the standard version released elsewhere. [Source: DVD Compare and IMDB]
Entry Last Updated 20/12/2007

Death Wish III (1985)
Director Michael Winner
Cut Formats VHS
Classifications R (1986), Banned (1985)
Cut Footage "A rape scene was cut from the theatrical and video versions for Australia, as well as some of the violence. This was at a time when scrutiny of vigilante themed films was at an all time high (yep, they all came under the watchful eye of both the censor and community groups). The original version of the film was refused classification; although it was clearly cut by more than the minute that the OFLC have suggested has been removed from the film. I would surmise that some material was substituted to smooth over the cuts." [M. C. Thomason]
   The movie was also banned in Queensland in its censored form.
Reason Cut to avoid being banned.
Uncut Releases Unknown or not yet available. The existence of rumours suggest that an uncut version is circulating somewhere.

Demolition Man (1993)
Director Marco Brambilla
Cut Formats DVD
Classifications M (12/10/1993)
Cut Footage An ear-clapping during a fight sequence.
Reason Sourced from a cut UK master.
Uncut Releases Local VHS and film [assumption], US DVD (Warner Bros).

Demoniac / Xorcism / Exorcisms and Black Masses / The Sadist of Notre Dame / Sexoricsm (1974)
Director Jess Franco
Cut Formats Film
Classifications R, Banned (1974)
Cut Footage Two minute's worth of sexual sadism, stabbings and satanic rituals.
A different version of this film, released as Sexorcism, contains hardcore sex inserts. [Source: Cutlass Video]
Reason Cut to avoid being banned.
Uncut Releases US DVD (Synapse as Xorcism), Euro VHS (Redemption Film Benelux).
Comments "Franco's Demoniac was refused classification back in the seventies when it was submitted for theatrical exhibition. However, it was passed with an R rating shortly thereafter with a slight 2 mins of cuts in place, which was much more lenient than the UK who banned it completely. An uncut video was available through Redemption Films Benelux (now out of print), and an uncut DVD is available from Synapse Films in the US under the alternate title Xorcism." [M. C. Thomason]

Deranged (1974)
Directors Jeff Gillen, Alan Ormsby
Cut Formats VHS
Classifications R, M
Cut Footage An embalming sequence.
Reason Cut to obtain a US R rating.
Uncut Releases German DVD (Legend Films International). "A great DVD version was just released by Legend Films International in Germany. I've just bought it, and it's amazing. It's the unrated Version of the film in anamorphic 1.85:1 with English and German soundtrack in Dolby Digital Mono. It also has making Of featurette and two documentaries about Ed Gein on it plus several trailers and a nice 28 page booklet which is in German but has also nice pics. It is available at for the price of 12.97 EURO which would be about 15 $US. Anyone who is a fan of this film and has a region code free DVD player should try to get it. It's definitely worth its price." [agtsmith-1 on IMDB]
Comments "Passed uncut for theatrical/drive-in release in Australia back in the seventies with an M rating! However, the version released uncut locally was AIP's R-rated theatrical print, which had a brief sequence where Roberts Blossom undergoes a little home embalming removed prior to submission to the MPAA. This short sequence turned up restored in Exploited's UK VHS version, which had a sequence where Blossom dresses a female corpse like a deer at the finale modified due to the presence of one of the BBFC's favourite bug-bears – blood on bare breasts. MGM's R1 DVD is minus the home embalming sequence, but retains the dressage sequence at the finale. Hence, there is no true uncut version of the film currently available." [M. C. Thomason]

Desperado (1995)
Directors Robert Rodriguez
Cut Formats VHS, Film, DVD
Classifications R (4/7/1995 - 103 mins film, 11/10/1999 - DVD)
Cut Footage (a) The shooting of the Pick-up Guy's friend was trimmed
(b) The Pick-up Guy's head being blown off was reduced.
(c) The shooting of Danny Trejo was shortened.
(d) Also, the final gun-battle was almost completely removed, because the cuts that the MPAA demanded, would have ruined the entire the sequence.
[Source: The ATTIC]
Reason Cut to obtain a US R rating.
Uncut Releases None.

The Devils (1971)
Director Ken Russell
Cut Formats VHS
Classifications R, M
Cut Footage Many sequences have been trimmed or removed, such as the infamous nun orgy and rape of Christ scenes.
Reason Warner Bros cut it to obtain a US R rating rather than the original X rating.
Uncut Releases Not yet available. Local theatrical prints were reportedly the 112 minute version. The longest version available was broadcast on UK (satellite?) TV.
Comments "The film was released in 1971 in the US with an X rating, but pressure for a wider audience eventually saw Warner Brothers succumb to inflicting edits to gain an all important R rating. The film was reduced in duration from 112 mins to 108 mins. Australian theatrical prints were originally of the longer 112 min version, and carried an R rating. The video version released locally was the R rated US version, which had been modified sufficiently enough to warrant an M classification. The British re-release VHS version was restored to close on the original 112 min length, reinstating so much footage it's just not funny how differently the film plays (some scenes were reframed in the US version to either obscure full-frontal nudity, or obscure nudity completely). And yes, sources in the UK and Europe advise me that the newly found footage will make its way into Warner's R2 DVD release. However, there is a good chance that the full 'rape of Christ' sequence will not be restored, as it will undoubtedly fall under the 'blasphemy' rulings as set out by the BBFC. That said, the up coming R2 DVD will come as close as is possible to Russell's original vision of the film, before seventies censors put paid to his ideals. There is talk that Ken may actually supply an audio commentary for this restored edition."[M. C. Thomason]

The Devil's Rejects (2005)
Director Rob Zombie
Cut Formats Film
Classifications MA 15+ (21/11/2005 - DVD, 13/9/2005 - 109 mins film)
Cut Footage Brief shots of bloody violence, and more footage during the motel scene, according to IMDB.
Comments The BBFC lists the theatrical running time at 109:00 exactly, matching the Australian censor's own determination of the running time. On DVD locally the director's cut was released on DVD (Hoyts) with a running time of 106:19 PAL. The BBFC classified it twice for home video, once at 106:17 PAL (obviously the director's cut) and later at 104:06 PAL, making the latter version the censored theatrical edition.
Reason Cut before release to obtain a US R rating.
Uncut Releases Local DVD (Hoyts), unrated US DVD.

Diary of a Serial Killer (1995)
Director Otto Chan
Cut Formats Film
Classifications R (19/9/1995 - 84 mins film), Banned (15/8/1995 - 89 mins film)
Cut Footage Torture, murder and mutilation cruelty of young women. [Source: OFLC]
Reason To avoid being banned.
Uncut Releases Unknown.
Comments This is yet another serial killer film from Hong Kong.

Die Hard II (1990)
Directors Renny Harlin
Cut Formats VHS, Film, DVD
Classifications M (3/7/1990 - 119 mins film)
Cut Footage    (a) A head-shot originally was originally more explicit.
   (b) The first thug that McLane shoots after he has gone out from the ventilation originally included more bullet hits.
   (c) The icicle scene was trimmed a few frames from the stab, and from the victim's bodyshot.
[Source: The ATTIC]
Reason Cut to obtain a US R rating.
Uncut Releases Cyprus bootleg VHS.
Original Entry ATTIC MPAA Page [Thanks to The ATTIC].

Die Hard 4.0 / Live Free or Die Hard (2007)
Director Len Wiseman
Cut Formats Film, BluRay
Classifications M (17/9/2007 - DVD, 13/9/2007 - BluRay disc, 10/7/2007 - 128 mins film)
Comments Two versions have been classified M by the OFLC. The first was the censored theatrical version I saw at the cinema. It runs to 128:37 film according to BBFC records. This equates to 123:28 PAL and 128:45 NTSC. The second version they classified a few months later for DVD is called the "Uncut Version" locally and the "Ultimate Action Edition" (a somewhat more bombastic title) in the UK. Strangely, according to DVD Compare, the US and Japanese HD BluRay releases put out so far are of the censored PG-13 version, not the US unrated version. This compromised version appears to be the one destined for BluRay disc in Australia too, according to the OFLC's database. This news will not please HD adopters.
Cut Footage Additional details are forthcoming when I can take a look at the extended cut. Basically there are bloodier bullets hits and more profanity in the unrated version. Most tellingly, John McClane's signature line "Yippee-kay-aye, motherfucker" is no longer masked by a gunshot sound effect.
Reason Cut before release to obtain a US PG-13 rating.
Uncut Releases Local extended edition DVD (Fox), UK action edition DVD (Fox), US unrated DVD (Fox).
Entry Last Updated 14/4/2008

The Disturbance (1990)
Directors Cliff Guest
Classifications Banned (1992)
Uncut Releases None.
Original Entry Refused-Classification.

Don't Answer the Phone (1980)
Director Robert Hammer
Cut Formats Film
Classifications R (1981), Banned
Cut Footage Unknown.
Reason Cut to avoid being banned.
Uncut Releases Unknown.

Don't Go in the House (1980)
Director James Ellison
Cut Formats VHS
Classifications M, Banned - Customs confiscation (1991)
Cut Footage One scene showing a naked woman being burned alive via flamethrower has been taken out. There are several shots of her leading up to the burning, and then of her struggling against the chains while she is on fire, which is obviously a dummy. This is the only extreme scene in the film. It seems to have been re-released on video with a new cover.
Reason To avoid being banned [assumption]. This may have been sourced from a cut UK master.
Uncut Releases US DVD (Nuetech Digital), US VHS (Video Treasures - 83 mins) [speculation].

Don't Stop My Crazy Love for You / Dang Bu Zhu De Feng Qing (1993)
Director Wei Tat Hon
Cut Formats Film, VHS
Classifications R (7/6/1993 - 83 mins film), Banned (12/5/1993 - 91 mins film)
Cut Footage Unknown.
Reason To avoid being banned.
Uncut Releases Unknown.

Doom (2005)
DirectorAndrzej Bartkowiak
Cut Formats Film
Classifications MA (8/6/2006 - extended version DVD, 16/1/2006 - DVD, 19/10/2005 - 100 mins film)
Cut Footage The extended version on DVD includes more footage of the damage to Pinky's legs, as well as additional violence in the first-person shooter sequence.
Reason Cut before release to obtain a US R rating.
Uncut Releases Local DVD (Universal), US unrated DVD (Universal).

Doppelganger / Doppelganger - The Evil Within (1993)
Director Avi Nesher
Cut Formats DVD
Classifications M (1/10/1993 - 100 mins PAL)
Cut Footage (a) Shower scene with Drew Barrymore.
(b) "Drew Barrymore sucking a man's thumb about five mins into the film." [site reader]
   Magna Pacific have somehow released a cut 91 min version of this film that contains no nudity or violence compared to the R-rated US DVD.
   It was passed in the UK by the BBFC at 100:05 PAL, but the actual PAL running time on the DVD and/or VHS is needed to confirm whether the shorter version was released in the UK as well, but no one has complained so far.
Reason Unknown. I assume it was sourced from a cut PAL master.
Uncut Releases Local VHS [confirm], US DVD (Fox) and VHS to approximately 104:15 NTSC.

Double Vision (2002)
Director Kuo-Fu Chen
Cut Formats DVD
Classifications R (6/8/2002 - 113 mins film, 24/10/2002 - 110 mins film, 26/6/2003 - 109 mins VHS)
Cut Footage The police raid on the temple is apparently missing footage.
Reason Unknown. Two versions exist.
Uncut Releases Hong Kong DVD.
More Details Visit Refused-Classification.

Dracula - Prince of Darkness (1966)
Director Terence Fisher
Cut Formats VHS
Classifications M (12/10/1996 - 88 mins PAL)
Cut Footage    (a) A shot of a man hanging upside down, bleeding into an open casket with his throat slashed. This shot occurs at 43:42 on the local Warner DVD. There are three shots of blood dribbling into Dracula's coffin.
   (b) The staking of Barbara Shelley as a vampire. On the local DVD the shot of the stake causing blood to well up around the wound runs for 66 frames from 75:39.
   Also note that a small white oval that appears on frame 21 on the US DVD does not appear on the PAL DVD, meaning each transfer used a different source print. The PAL DVD looks brighter and more colourful than the US disc, which is spoiled by a dark band on the left quarter of the 2.35:1 frame.
   The local DVD contains exactly the same shots of both cut scenes as the US DVD from Anchor Bay, which does not have a time code, so no accurate running time is available for that release yet.
Reason Cut in 1965 for the UK release. This version was subsequently released world-wide.
Uncut Releases Local DVD (Warner) running to 86:23 PAL without the Warner logo, US DVD (Anchor Bay).

Dragon - The Bruce Lee Story (1993)
Director Rob Cohen
Cut Formats DVD
Classifications M
Cut Footage Various fighting moments.
Reason Cut for release on US TV broadcast.
Uncut Releases Local VHS [assumption] and film prints.
Original Entry Visit MichaelDVD.[Thanks to MD]

Dreamaniac (1986)
Directors David DeCoteau
Classifications Banned (1988)
Uncut Releases NZ VHS, [speculation], unrated US VHS (Lightning - 82 mins) [assumption].
Original Entry Refused-Classification.

Dressed to Kill (1980)
Director Brian De Palma
Cut Formats DVD
Classifications R
Cut Footage A razor slash on the victim's face in the elevator murder, a close up of the razor going through the prostitute’s neck skin at the end, and some glimpses of nudity in the opening shower sequence.
Reason Trimmed to obtain a US R rating. The new Australian DVD contains the US R-rated version, not the unrated version. The uncut version was classified R by the OFLC.
Uncut Releases Local rental VHS (Star Video). The US DVD from MGM contains the full unrated version, as well as the US R-rated theatrical version. US laserdisc (Pioneer). It was also released on laserdisc by Orion in widescreen – cut status unknown.

Driller Killer (1978)
Director Abel Ferrara
Cut Formats VHS
Classifications R, Banned
Cut Footage About two minute's worth. The drill killings were trimmed, although there is only one explicit murder sequence.
Reason Cut locally to avoid being banned. "The film was banned locally in its original 96m form, and was reduced to 94m before the OFLC would award the film an R classification. Ironically, the BBFC approved version in the UK is less cut than the Australian release." [M.C. Thomason]
Uncut Releases US DVD (Cult Epics), remastered French DVD (Opening Edition), Dutch VHS, and US VHS [assumption].

Dr Lamb (1992)
Director Tony Leung
Cut Formats VHS
Classifications R (11/2/1994 - 81 mins film), Banned (11/12/1992 - 89 mins film)
Cut Footage Eight minutes of gory footage had to be trimmed, but a longer version played at Chinatown cinemas.
Reason To avoid being banned.
Uncut Releases Not yet available. The Hong Kong laserdisc is category III but still cut.
More Details Visit Sex Gore Mutants.
Comments "Chinatown Cinemas submitted this one for classification back in 1992 and promptly had the film refused classification. After a staggering 8 mins were cut from the film, it was passed with an R rating. The uncut Hong Kong theatrical print (which was shorn of 15 secs for cinema exhibition) runs 89 mins; the OFLC approved version runs 81 mins. Chinatown Cinemas chose to run a slightly edited print instead, which ran 86 mins and only deleted the 'punch lines' from the horror sequences, obviously without the OFLC's blessing. Rumours about 11 mins of cuts to film are simply that…rumours and nothing less. All evidence points towards the original film elements having long since been destroyed, thus it is unlikely that a completely uncut version will ever surface. Correspondence with Media Asia Films (the film's one-time copyright holder for international territories) has unearthed that the company no longer hold rights to the film." [M. C. Thomason]

Dune - Miniseries (2000)
Director John Harrison
Cut Formats DVD, VHS
Classifications M (4/7/2001 - DVD)
Cut Footage Nudity (breasts and bums mainly) and sex scenes. Scenes were re-edited to accommodate this censorship and thus suffered because of it. The original US release on DVD is also cut. [Source: Michael DVD]
Reason Cut for release on US TV broadcast.
Uncut Releases US director's cut DVD (Artisan).
More Details Visit MichaelDVD.