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  1. Just to further support the idea that this scene does indeed exist, another IMDb poster not only remembers seeing it, but claimed to have been watching the scene on VHS as they wrote their message, asking why they hadn't seen it in any other version before. Unless this is out and out false, it leads me to believe that the scene exists. As I mentioned earlier in this thread, I watched my VHS copy (the 1997 edition) yesterday to check for this scene. It wasn't there, and I tried to look for any noticeable spot where it might have been cut after the courtroom scene. I didn't notice any jarring cu
  2. Well, I just double checked my VHS edition (the 1997 50th anniversary edition in black and white) and the scene isn't there. There is no montage of Mara searching for the helmet, and no scene of his son receiving the gift. I have read an alternate account of this scene that claims Mara runs out to get in his car and finds the football helmet already on the seat of his car. As I've never seen this particular scene, I can't say which is correct. But clearly something is missing from most circulating prints of the film. To add to the confusion, there was also evidently a VHS version in ci
  3. Well, I just double checked my VHS edition (the 1997 50th anniversary edition in black and white) and the scene isn't there. There is no montage of Mara searching for the helmet, and no scene of his son receiving the gift. I have read an alternate account of this scene that claims Mara runs out to get in his car and finds the football helmet already on the seat of his car. As I've never seen this particular scene, I can't say which is correct. But clearly something is missing from most circulating prints of the film. To add to the confusion, there was also evidently a VHS version in ci
  4. I'll have to check my VHS copy to see if it's there. At the risk of sounding like I'm jumping to conclusions, I believe there are many more of these "lost scenes" than we, or even the studios now releasing these products, can imagine. The most easy-to-observe examples would be the DVDs released by MGM (just to be clear-not MGM films, released on DVD by Warner Bros., but DVDs released on the MGM label, usually consisting of films originally distributed by United Artists). There have numerous cases where people will report a "missing" scene, or alternate versions of films. These include
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