I just assumed that the two hour making of documentary of Jaws was a long version of the 25th Anniversary one. For the most part, it is. But there are some striking differences I noticed! The short version contains these elements not in the long version: 1. An opening title and montage of scenes from the film. 2. Most of the interviews are combined with stills, instead of having the camera on the interviewees the entire time. 3. Lorraine Gary tells a great story about Brody's son at the dinner table. 4.Quint's death is also shown in storyboards. 5. Other scenes described are shown in storyboards. 6. The description of the Ben Gardner head scene is longer, explaining that the scene was filmed in a swimming pool 7. A still of the public waiting in line outside of a theatre to see the film. 8. The ending contains a longer, final bit of dialogue by Spielberg. 9. The end credits are different. ..These are just some of the differences. They are almost like two different documentaries. If you have the 25th Anniversary edition, you might want to hang on to it...even if the long version is superior.