Terminator SE DVD deleted scenes question

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  1. Carlos_E

    Carlos_E Stunt Coordinator

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    Hello everyone.
    One question. Are the deleted scenes in the Terminator SE DVD the first time that they are released? Had they been seen previously in a laserdisc or TV special?
    It is really neat that they included them 17 years after the film's initial release. It is even more special that they have a director's commentary.
    I think the director made the right choice to delete them with the exception of when Arnold shoots the first Sarah and he is then seen walking back to the Station Wagon as if nothing happened.
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  2. Eric Stuckey

    Eric Stuckey Second Unit

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    some of them were used for the " edit for tv" virsion .Couse i remember the sean when kyle and sara are leaving the police station and the Capt gives kyle the gun and says do what ewver it takes.
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  3. Carlos_E

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    Eric:
    When did this tv version come out? What year? All the deleted scenes were incorporated into the movie or just that one with the police chief?
     
  4. Jeff Kleist

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    None of these scenes were aired in the version the Philly TV stations got.
    I think that the "let's blow up Cyberdyne" should have stayed in, but NOT the "coda". That was just lame. Just the final pull-out to "Cyberdyne" was all that was needed
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