Only the original 1989 CAV Laserdiscs were uncensored IIRC. They did a repressing around 1995 that touched the Benny crash scene up.
Even the laserdisc was missing Betty Boop's wardrobe malfunction (though that apparently turned up in a European TV broadcast, in HD no less).
At this point, I think there are only three changes that I know of for sure:
- Baby Herman's finger (on original LD & VHS; erased on subsequent versions)
- Betty Boop's breasts (never included in any home video version)
- Jessica's underwear (on original LD & VHS; repainted on later laserdisc & first DVD; reanimated on subsequent versions)
And honestly, they don't bother me too much. I've seen the film multiple times in theaters over the years, but I don't think I would ever have noticed these without reading about it online (maybe Betty, but that's still blink-and-you-miss-it).
Assuming its the same master as the one on Disney+, it looks OK. Not great but not terrible.This is one release I will wait until I read the reviews. To me as I remember it never looked that great due to the special effects limitations at the time so I think I will stick w the blu-ray unless reviewed otherwise.
I believe an appearance of Michael Eisner's home telephone number was the first thing erased from all home video editions.
I've read so many variations of this, it's all blended into subreality at this point.