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Friday the 13th: Part 4 (workprint)

This print contains footage which was cut from the released version including dialogue and gore. NOTE: this one's for the fan as quality isn't so great as with most workprints.

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This print contains footage which was cut from the released version including dialogue and gore. NOTE: this one's for the fan as quality isn't so great as with most workprints.
The following scenes were cut from the film: * Nurse Rhonda was originally held up and gutted, but it ended up being cut out so that it only showed her being stabbed. * A scene cut in which Tommy shows Rob a fake guillotine. Tommy puts a stick in the guillotine. It drops and the stick is cut in two. Then, Tommy puts a fake arm in and cuts it off. Rob thinks its real and starts screaming. When Tommy starts laughing, Rob figures out that it is a joke. Trish comes in and asks Rob if he wants to stay for dinner. He doesn't. * One scene in which Doug and Sarah are on the porch. They stand outside and talk about not dancing. * In another scene, Mrs. Jarvis goes into Trish's room and tells her to go get a car part in town. Mrs. Jarvis also announces that she is going jogging before it storms. * A small scene cut during the time in which the Jarvis' car breaks down. In the original version, right after Trish tells Tommy to hurry up it cuts. It did continue with Tommy running up to Trish in a scary mask, scaring Trish. Tommy declares that he made the mask the first week that he got there. * Sarah and Doug are together in their room (before the party starts). They talk about how nice each others legs are and how nervous they are about going to the party. * A scene where Tommy shows Rob a toy soldier melting under a magnifying glass. * A scene where Trish finds her mother drowned in a bathtub. * The original script had character Tommy Jarvis splitting Jason's head open with a machete at the conclusion. Tom Savini wasn't particularly enthused with this lackluster method, and after a member of his effects crew (John Vulich) toyed with a prop machete used in Dawn Of The Dead, Savini got the idea of having the machete blade plowed into Jason's head, followed by the hilt hitting the floor and the villain sliding headfirst down the blade. * A scene after Rob finds his shotgun broken to pieces in which he sets up a motion sensor in the woods. * An extra scene at the very beginning in the moving ambulance: the two paramedics converse, the female medic says "I could've had the night off" and the male responds "Well, this was an emergency, like every damn thing." We then cut to the ambulance arriving at the scene and being directed to Jason's body, which is all we see in the wide release.

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AKA:Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter
Director:Joseph Zito
Year:1984
Language:English
Format:F
Audio Quality:8.0
Video Quality:6.0
Starring:Kimberly Beck Erich Anderson Corey Feldman Barbara Howard

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