The Halloween 2: Producer's Cut is an alternate version of 1981's Halloween II. It contains several added scenes, an alternate ending, and less gore and nudity.
It contains several added scenes, an alternate ending, and less gore and nudity. The TVVersion is 313. 7 Sec longer than the Theatrical Version. The remaining difference of 12. 7 seconds result from dreadfully edited commercials, rounded numbers and the different pace of either of the versions. Feb 08, 2014 This is taken from the television cut of HALLOWEEN II.
For many years I've thought that Michael stabs the marshal in the back with his scalpel in this alternate scene. However, upon viewing a highdefinition copy of the TV cut, I don't think that's what actually happens. Mar 01, 2009 To construct a version of John Carpenter's Halloween that includes all known footage, and has the proper coloring that was approved by Director John Carpenter and Director of Photography Dean Cundey.
Time Needed for the Edition: One month. Oct 25, 2016 The plot picks up exactly where the original left off: Laurie Strode (Jamie Lee Curtis), shaken and injured from her battle with unkillable psycho Michael Myers, is taken to the Halloween made its television debut on NBC in 1980. First they told us what had to go, which was everything, and I wrote them back, telling them this was ridiculous, Debra Hill said in a 1981 interview. Carpenter went back and filmed a few extra scenes for the television version during the production of Halloween II.
In 2000, a 'Limited Edition' DVD of" Halloween" was released from Anchor Bay. This was the Television ExtendedVersion which includes 12 minutes of extrafootage shot in 1981 while filming" Halloween II" and was available as a standalone or a twodisc (along with the theatrical cut). Halloween is a 1978 American independent slasher film set in the fictional suburban midwestern town of Haddonfield, Illinois, on Halloween.
The film's Extended Edition was developed for television in 1980. HORRORS HALLOWED GROUNDS: Fan Edition a special episode shot with, and for, the fans as they board a bus tour, during the 35 YEARS OF TERROR convention, and visit the locations of HALLOWEEN (1978), HALLOWEEN II (1981) HALLOWEEN III: SEASON OF THE WITCH and HALLOWEEN (2007).
Halloween The Curse Of Michael Myers Producer's Cut DVD 5 Disc Super set is a must own for collectors of Halloween movies. This is a terrific 5 disc set for collectors and fans of the Halloween franchise.
In 2000, a Limited Edition DVD of Halloween was released from Anchor Bay. This was the Television ExtendedVersion which includes 12 minutes of extrafootage shot in 1981 while filming" Halloween II" and was available as a standalone or a twodisc along with the theatrical cut.