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SCENES THAT DIDN'T APPEAR IN THE THEATRICAL RELEASES.

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2007-01-04 13:59:03
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which of these scenes was your favourite and which do you feel shouldnt have been left out?

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2007-01-04 14:01:22
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the prank that the yautja pulled on lex that was good. it shows that yautja has humor as well as a ruthless side



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2007-01-04 14:06:58
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lmao . or that the directors went on the piss that night


_ALIEN_

* From Famous Monsters #158, Special 1980 Annual:

A gruesome scene where Kane's bloated corpse floats past the observation
blister. [This is quite a strange, because in the movie we see Kane
clearly _shooting_ away from the Nostromo.]

* From the _ALIEN_ box set:

After being awakened from hypersleep, Kane wanders out to the kitchen
to prepare breakfast, he says "Rise and shine Lambert".

Scene where the crew gathers on the bridge and listens to the signal
coming from the derelict craft. [1 min, 40 sec]

Scene where Lambert confronts Ripley about Ripley's reluctance to let
them back on the ship with Kane and the facehugger. Lambert tells
Ripley, Parker and Brett how the face hugger got on Kane. [1 min, 40
sec]

Ripley radios down to Parker and Brett to see how they're progressing
on the repairs, Parker and Ripley exchange tense words over the radio.
[1 min, 17 sec]

After the face hugger's acid eats through a few floors, the crew
returns to the med lab to check up on Kane's condition. Ripley sees
an X-Ray of Kane's chest and asks Ash, "What is that dark stain on
Kane's lung?" The rest of the crew starts asking if Kane's going to
live, Dallas tells everyone to go back to work. [2 min, 16 sec]

After Kane's death, the crew gathers around at the meal table to
discuss what they're going to do with the escaped alien. Brett
anounces the cattle-prod idea and suggests "catching" the alien in a
net. [2 min, 58 sec]

Longer version of Brett's death. This scene had Brett frozen with
fear as the alien grabs his head, he yells "Parker!" and then blood
poors from beneath his cap. The alien lifts him up into the landing
gear and Ripley and Parker come rushing in. Parker stands where Brett
once was and looks up; blood drips on his shirt and then Brett's
cattle prod falls to Parker's feet. [48 sec]

2/3 of a scene was filmed, this involved Parker, Ripley and Lambert
trying to flush the alien out of the air lock. As they are about to
succeed, an alarm is triggered and the alien rushes out of the airlock
(getting its tail caught in the closing door, and spilling acid that
causes a hull breach). Parker falls unconciously to the floor, Ripley
does the same and Lambert and Ash come to their rescue. Ripley
vocalizes her suspicions about Ash by accusing him of setting the
alarm off. [total: 1 min, 51 sec]

After Dallas's disappearance, Ripley (being suspicious of Ash) asks
Lambert if she's ever slept with him. [1 min, 37 sec]

The build-up to Lambert's death is much longer. (Watch the alien's
shadow on the wall, it walks in, crouches down, then immediately gets
up) A scene where we see the alien enter, crouch down and wait until
Lambert notices its presence was cut. When Lambert sees the alien, it
uncoils its tail and walks (like a crab) over to Lambert.

After Ripley discovers the remains of Parker and Lambert, she makes
another discovery. Ripley enters the landing gear area of the
Nostromo (where Brett got killed) and discovers a cocooned Dallas and
Brett mutating into an egg. Dallas pleads, "Kill me". Ripley flames
Dallas and the Brett-egg and then runs to set the ship on
self-destruct. [3 min, 22 sec]

_ALIENS_

* From the "liner notes" that came with the collector's edition of the
movie on laserdisc.

Ripley is sitting on a park bench waiting for Burke (before the
inquisition), immediately following her stay in Gateway Station'
hospital. She presses a button, and the entire park behind her disappears,
reveiling a grey screen. Burke enters and tells her how to act at the hearing.
Ripley asks about her daughter. Burke keeps talking about the hearing. She
insists to hear about her daughter. Burke hands her a computer printout
(colour) that shows her a nice old lady. Burke tells her her daughter died at
the age of 67. That was two years ago. Ripley whispers that she promised her
daughter she'd be back before her 11th birthday before going off on the
Nostromo.

After Ripley's outburst during in the inquest ("Because if one of
those creatures gets down here, you can kiss all of this goodbye"),
dialogue has been restored in which Van Leuwen voices the council's
final decision. (her flight status is revoked because she is deemed
unfit to serve as a flight officer, she has to have monthly psych
evaluations, and no criminal charges being filed against her)

A scene where the colonists receive orders from Burke telling them to
explore the derelict space craft. Newt's family drives to the site,
during the trip Newt and her brother Timothy are arguing about a game of
hide and seek that they play in the colony's airduct system. Timothy
complains that Newt has the unfair advantage of being able to hide in the
small places that the rest of the players can't get to. Following this,
they arrive at the derelict ship and the mother and father go in; later
the mother returns dragging the father who now has a face hugger clamped
on his face.

There's a scene of the colony, before contact with the aliens, in this
scene we see a sign outside the colony reading: "Hadleys Hope - pop.
158"

During the sequence in Ripley's apartment (where they try to convince
her to go investigate the lack of contact with the Colony), Burke's
dialogue regarding "The Company's" interest in the colony has been
restored.

Immediately following the establishing shot of the Sulaco is a
restored introdution to the interior of the ship, eventually leading
to the frost- covered hypersleep chamber (and then they wake-up. this
is similar to the start of Alien).

During the drop from the Sulaco to LV-426, is a restored scene of
Hudson playfully boasting about the Marines and their weaponry. He tells
Ripley he'll protect her. He also tells her the Sulaco carries every
weapon from knives to 'nukes'.

During the Marines' initial search through the colony, a sequence has
been inserted in which Hudson and Vasquez investigate some motion they
have deteced ahead of them. It were some hamsters walking around in their
cage.

The scene in which Ripley, Burke, Gorman, and Bishop enter the colony
has been restored. (you see lotsa hesitation on Ripley's face before
entering the complex). Hicks leaves behind, asks her if she's ok. She
says yes and enters the complex.

During Hick's discussion of the equipment salvaged from the APC
wreckage, additional dialogue has been added in which he discribes the
four remote sentry guns and how they can be used.

When Ripley and the Marines examine the colony's blueprints,
discussing how they will barricade themselves inside the complex,
there is some additional dialogue referring to the strategic placement
of the sentry guns.

The sequence of Hicks arming the sentry, and Hudson and Vasquez
testing one of the sentry guns been restored.

Before the scene where Ripley carries Newt into the infirmary, a
single show of the sentry guns has been inserted.

During the scene where Ripley puts Newt to bed in the medical center,
the dialogue about Ripley's daughter and the origin of babies as been
restored. Newt asks Ripley if human babies are born the same way the
aliens are. (Newt asks if Ripley ever had a daughter and she finds out
Ripley's daughter's dead).

In the scene where Ripley, Bishop, Hudson, and Vasquez discuss the
aliens' life cycle, there is some additional dialogue in which Hudson,
Vasquez and Bishop offer their speculations. (beehive/anthill sort of
society)

After Ripley's confrontation with Burke, the sequence involving the
aliens attempting to make their way past the sentry guns in the
service tunnel has been restored.

Something probably only showed at the opening day of Aliens was a
scene in which Ripley puts on her Reebok sneakers after she just
found out that the facehuggers broke free, when she rested with
Newt in the MedLab.

After Vasquez and Ripley seal Bishop in the pipe, the aliens confront
the other two sentry guns that have been set up in the colony
corridors. At the end of the sequence, when Hicks dispatches Hudson
and Vasquez (to walk perimeter), some of the shots have been
rearranged from the theatrical edition and Hicks' dialogue slightly
altered.

Before Ripley leaves the drop-ship to rescue Newt, there is some
additional dialogue in thich she turns to Hicks to say goodbye, and
they exchange their first names:
RIPLEY : See you Hicks.
HICKS : Dwayne. It's Dwayne.
RIPLEY : *smiles* Ellen...
HICKS : Don't be gone long, Ellen.

When Ripley is searching for Newt, she finds Burke who has been
cocooned and impregnated. Burke begs Ripley to shoot him, instead she
hands him a grenade. < this scene did not appear in the director's
cut, but WAS filmed. Problem with this scene was that Burke couldn't
have had a chestburster inside, because the impregnation was only one
hour ago, so he should've had a facehugger on his face, being in a state
of coma >

_ALIEN^3_

Scene where Ripley's face is covered with bugs [lice].

The original movie didn't include the scene of the alien bursting from
the dog's chest. Card #39 (of the _ALIEN^3_ trading card set) is a
picture of an ox hanging in an Abattoir and the text says, "In one of
the original scenes for Alien^3, oxen are used to pull Ripley's EEV
from the water. When one of the oxen falls to the ground, the
prisoners take it to the Abattoir for butchering. But while a
prisoner is preparing to butcher the ox, the Alien bursts from the
animals chest."

There was a dream sequence near the start of the movie where Ripley
dreams that an alien is searching the wreckage and tries to rape her.
(unsubstantiated!)

There's a scene where Clemens runs into the complex carrying Ripley after
she has been pulled from the wreckage. He enters the complex and carries
her to the infirmary.

FILMED ??? A scene when the EEV crashes and the Newt's cryogenic unit is
flooded with water and she drowns. It was in the script, but it is not
known wether this scene was shot.

[ It is rumoured that Newt was the first to be facehugged when the alien
got onboard the EEV. Because she drowned the foetus which was partialy
developed (could explain why the chestburster was larger and more
developped than in the 2 other movies) and couldn't exist in this host
anymore.
This foetus then came out of Newt through her throat and went to the
cryo-chamber of Ripley. This would explain the acid burns on two of the
cryo-chambers as seen in the movie. The feotus then entered Ripley by
her throat.
This would also explain the reason why Ripley had a very soar throat
during the first parts of the movie. The source for this rumour is the
Dark Horse Comic "Alien 3 movie adaptation".
According to PR-people of that Comic this story was the comic version
of the movie was held strictly to it's original script/contents. Because
the comic was released a few months prior to the movie release this
change in script/direction would not be seen in the comic. ]



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