Due to the Cinematograph Animals Act from 1937, which bans displays of violence against animals, some scenes from The Fall had to be slightly altered. This is true not only for the Theatrical Cut but also for all publications of the film in Great Britian.
2 changes = ca. 4 seconds
At the beginning, the British DVD shows the logo of Monumentum Films. This logo is not on the German DVD.
starting from 1:45:14
When Alexandria gives her monologue, an old stunt is shown. This stunt is not included in the film because it violates the Cinematograph Animals Act. However, in order not to have a time difference between the international and the British version, the remaining scenes from the monolugue are shown at a slower speed.
Two scenes that show stunts with horses had to be deleted.
Old recordings of two stunts are shown. In both cases, a horse and its rider fall into deep water.
Another fall had to be cut out.