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Uncensored Volume 11 (NTSC / Region 1)





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10.13 Tom Tucker: The Man and His Dream

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  • TV Version
  • DVD Version
Release: Jan 05, 2014 - Author: Muck47 - Translator: Sebbe - external link: IMDB - more from this series
Compared are the TV Version and the DVD Version, the latter represented by the US DVD Set "Volume 11".


6 differences (among them 1x censored audio track and 1x additional footage in the TV Version)
Length difference: 31.2 sec



The numbers are still confusing but at least one DVD set now contains an entire season instead of episodes from two seasons, as it used to be the case with previous DVD releases. As a result, "Volume 11" (US) / "Season 12" (UK) contains all the episode of Season 10. Compared to the TV Versions, the DVD Versions are uncensored and uncut.

Episode 13 ("Tom Tucker: The Man and His Dream") is about half a minute longer. Apart from an additional scene, there are only some short additional remarks by Lois, which apparently had to be cut out due to reasons of length. The audio track has also been censored once and a dedication display at the end was left out on the DVD.
08:04

Lois emphasizes: "Very pretty. Stunning."

2.4 sec




08:15

An additional scene of Peter and Tom at the Walk of Fame. Peter reads out the rather unknown names.

Peter: "All right, Tom, what better way to relaunch your showbiz career than getting inspired by the names on the Hollywood Walk of Fame? Ah, look at them all! Tilson Jennings, Vilma Bánky. There's Chester Conklin, Ona Munson. Ralph Staub, Henry B. Walthall. Who the fuck are these people?"

24.9 sec




10:07

Lois praises Lindsey a little bit more again.

Lois: "Didn't he pick a peach, Brian?"
Brian stutters "Yeah, I don't know."
Lois: "What's not to know, she's terrific."

6.1 sec




10:14

Lois asks: "What are you talking about?"

1.7 sec




Censored Audio Track
13:08-13:10

James Woods uses a worse word on the DVD when he's talking to Nora Ephron.

TV Version: "Stop making Jack Nicholson a pansy!"
DVD Version: "Stop making Jack Nicholson a homo!"

Picture for orientation




TV Version longer
20:58-21:02

The dedication is only displayed in the TV version.

+ 4 sec





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