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Before anyone asks for sources on the info regarding the 71 minute version: I personally owned at least 2 VHS videos and 2 DVDs, transferred from 16 mm and distributed by companies selling public domain films. All these versions ran 71 mins. and included the mentioned twice inserted scenes. I'm pretty sure this version still appears on TV and in PD company ads. I could give company names, but I won't. This is less because I don't endorse selling PD films (which I find understandable as long as these films are not available in any other form) but because the quality was so annoyingly low. Get one of the official versions! — Preceding unsigned comment added by Robert Kerber (talk • contribs) 17:03, 24 August 2011 (UTC)