Comparison between the Alternate Cut and the Regular Cut (both included on the UK/US Blu-ray from Arrow Video).
Several other master errors/"framecuts" with a duration of less than 1 sec each were not listed in the report.
Besides a different Code A/B version of Mad Monkey Kung Fu and the SD bonus cut of Martial Arts of Shaolin there's also a second version of a movie included right within the set for The Kid with the Golden Arm. is the second title on this disc. The running time difference looks like this:
There is an alternate cut here that, according to the introductory text in the Blu-ray menu, corrects a continutiy error that is present in the original negative and thus also in most common releases of the film. This version differs really only in a single scene, which was shifted here to another section of the movie. Whether or not this was necessary is up for discussion: In the scene block, two separate scenes are shown in parallel, so you jump between the action anyway. Depending on the version, one or the other plot line now runs through in one. Not too exciting, but still a nice idea as a bonus.
Here's a look at the menu text for the Alternate Cut, which explains that the film was shown on some video releases as follows.
21:48-22:24 / 21:48
In the alternate cut, the fight of Chiang Seng and his companion Hu Yun is briefly interrupted here in the middle by another change of scene to the other protagonists. There is already the scene to see here, where "Iron Robe" Wang Lun-Wei loses a wheel from the carriage, whereupon Hai Tao addresses him.
Here first the scene progression of the normal version, which is shorter at this point, i.e. the shots directly before and after. Note the hand movement with Hu Yun's weapon in the wide shot on the left when the transition to the closer perspective takes place:
And here are pictures of the said scene with the carriage that interrupts the fight in the alternate cut at Arrow Video:
25:06 / 24:30-25:06
Now the carriage scene also appears in the normal version. This is not immediately noticeable because at the end of the scene Hai Tao and Wang continue to talk in exactly the same perspective from which the dialog continues afterwards.
For orientation, here are first the two shots directly before the moment when the carriage scene was built into the normal version.
And here is the transition from the last shot of the carriage scene to the part of the dialogue afterwards which is the same in both version. The conversation runs through in one like this: