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ThunderCatsLair.org - Deleted Scene 7

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Uploaded on Sep 28, 2010

When ThunderCats first appeared on TV screens in the 1980s, the series debuted on many TV stations courtesy of a special hour-long pilot episode. The footage from this pilot episode would go to make up the first two episodes of the TV series, "Exodus" and "The Unholy Alliance", once the series went into syndication. This pilot episode was later released on home video, and this home video is often referred to as the "movie version" of "Exodus".

Each regular episode of ThunderCats needed to be just over 20 minutes in length, and so as a consequence, when the ThunderCats pilot was cut down into two stand-alone episodes, several minutes of footage needed to be cut from "Exodus" in order to make the episode fit the time frame. These "deleted scenes" were not released by Warner Bros. on their DVD releases of ThunderCats, but the website www.thundercatslair.org is proud to now present each of these cut scenes in all their glory!

The longest sequence showcased here, much of this scene actually did make it to the final episode, but quite a bit of it also ended up being cut out. Absent from the stand-alone version of the episode are Wilykit's surprise that Panthro couldn't find a better planet in the whole universe, as well as Panthro's response, Snarf's declaration that he cannot be convinced that Suspension Capsules work, the sequence involving Wilykat trapping his sister inside her Suspension Capsule, Jaga's enquiry of Panthro as to whether there's another choice and Panthro's answer, Jaga's line "so let's not have any more talk", Wilykit's emotional line telling Jaga that he is always right (which ties in to Wilykat's deleted line in the opening scene), and Jaga's salute to the ThunderCats in their Capsules. Whilst these may seem like minor edits, when viewed in context with the rest of the scene they add a great deal of emotional weight to Jaga's impending death.

For more ThunderCats news, info, special features and more, please visit http://www.thundercatslair.org!

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