Comparison between the Celestial version (represented here by the German Blu-ray from filmArt) and the original version (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.
Ten Tigers from Kwangtung is on disc 5, along with Magnificient Ruffians. The difference in running time is rather low:
After subtracting Celestial's notes, the new Arrow version is 41 seconds longer. In fact, some longer sequences run completely without any differences. In the second half of the film, however, there is curiously a longer missing part of more than 6 seconds, so that the previous Celestial version must be classified as cut in principle.
The German Blu-ray still has the Celestial logo at the beginning of the movie.
+ 11 sec
In this case, the credits also used to be in white (instead of yellow like many other Celestial restorations). Still, the title overlay and general design was a bit different. The Arrow master has no shading and probably corresponds to the original theatrical release. Also, following is an example of one of the character inserts across the film.
08:01 / 07:54-07:55
When everyone rushes to the dead Tang Ching, the shot at the end is much longer. This makes it easier to see Tang Ching's body on the table.
55:27 / 55:49-55:46
Our trio of heroes hurries through the alleys for a much longer time. They pause at a corner and the camera zooms in again.
The end fade-in differs. In the Arrow version, it comes into the picture earlier as a soft dissolve. In the Celestial version, it comes flying in after the image has already been visible for a moment.
After that, a quick Celestial note at the Blu-ray.