Duck, You Sucker (1971)
- uncut version begins with a quotation by Mao Tse Tung about "the revolution" and is followed by the opening shot of Rod Steiger urinating over an ants' nest.
- the scene in which Steiger prepares to rape the bourgeois woman goes on longer and has more dialogue.
- an additional scene, lasting about 5m, now appears immediately before James Coburn escapes from Steiger on the train. This has Steiger trick Coburn into killing his German capitalist employer. This scene makes it clearer that Coburn was an ex-revolutionary and that his previous comment that "one was enough for me" were true until Steiger forced his hand.
- the scene in which Steiger discovers his family massacred runs 3m longer and is differently edited. In this version you only see the corpses at the end of the scene - in the short version spliced-in inserts of the bodies (taken from a later shot) have been inserted at the beginning of the scene.
- extra footage of Steiger and Coburn hiding in the train with more crying from Steiger and additional footage of executions occurring outside - about 2m of this.
- the voice-over line "what about me" is missing from the end of the film. The climatic flashback scene runs about 30s on laserdisc but was missing from the US TCM presentation
- throughout the film there are various additional extra shots of violence re-inserted (e.g. Coburn shoots the British soldiers with David Warbeck an extra time in a flashback scene) and dialogue in which Steiger uses the F word has been re-inserted (the F word is used about 10 times in the long version but not at all in the short version)