I saw this movie on its original release summer 1975 - it has a special place in my heart as it was the last movie I ever saw with my dad (who physically left his chair when the head popped out the boat) Since the disappointing 30th anniversary dvd release, this is something I've been waiting 5 yrs to see. Burned into my brain is the moment at the autopsy when Hooper holds up Chrissie;s remains and says: "This is what happens......" My teenage memory remembers Hooper then continuing that speech with a comment of when humans go swimming in a sharks domain. There is also additional footage of Chrissie's remains. Hooper's speech has been cut short in every version of Jaws I've seen since 1975 leaving a really bad edit. I've had arguments in various web-boards over the years as people in the US say the bad edit has been there since 1975, whereas people in the UK also remember that Hooper's autopsy speech continued beyond what has been released ever since. Not sure if it relates to the certificate that Jaws got in the US and UK - I know it was considered groundbreaking at the time. Questions for RAH: Has the original autopsy content been restored or is the atrocious edit still there? Has Spielberg taken out the awful "show me the tank" comment from Brody towards the end of the 30th anniversary edition? Has there been any attempt to fix Quint's appearing/disappearing chair from the Orca?