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« on: July 02, 2009, 12:44:49 AM »

OK so GBU was on Ch5 over here in the UK last night and despite the number of times that I've seen it I can never resist flicking across to watch the odd snippet and to see whether it is cut or not.
I watched the Tuco beating scene and noticed that although they showed sections of the previously cut extended scene it was still cut and wasn't shown it in it's entirety.
This lead me to want to ask a bigger question. How and who at Ch5 (for example) would be able to cut the tape? In what format do they receive the film to broadcast? I don't know anything about these things. How are they able to chop parts out but make a reasonable job of the sound editing? It's as if they have access to the visual track and the soundtrack and can edit as they see fit. I would love it if someone here could explain this to me. I suppose my question applies to all films not just GBU.

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