Siskel comment about Jackie Brown edited. Why?

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  1. Scott Shanks

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    In Gene Siskel's comments about Jackie Brown, he is just about to refer to the title sequence as an homage to the title sequence of The Graduate, yet his comment is edited and you do not hear him mention The Graduate. Why did they do that? I thought the DVD skipped. But I played it several times and cleaned the disc - same results.
     
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    Was that on a commentary or interview on the Jackie Brown DVD? I guess some studios don't like when other studios movies, spokesmen, etc... are mentioned for legal reasons on commentaries. A perfect (annoying) example is the Dogma commentary.
     
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    It is a feature on the second disc that shows an excerpt of the Siskel & Ebert TV show that featured Jackie Brown.
     

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