Blade Runner — Deleted and Alternate Scenes (timestamps in description box)

©2007 The Blade Runner Partnership

00:00 Introduction
00:25 Tears in the rain (alternate opening titles)
01:55 I’m Deckard
03:30 A real dandy
03:56 Bryant’s point of view
04:25 Visiting Holden
06:35 Rep detect file
09:08 Zero-zero-zero
10:52 1187 Hunterwasser
14:47 Chew’s specialty
16:25 Heading home
17:08 An oddball genius
19:13 Memories
22:12 Food for thought
24:06 The street of bad dreams
26:03 Backstage pass
27:21 Looks like blood
29:09 Washing up
32:13 I want you
33:05 Meataphysics
35:09 Tyrell security protocol
38:13 Closing in
40:14 Every second of it
42:21 Old Richter route (altenrante ending)
43:31 Made for each other (alternate ending)

Comments

DELGRANATEYOSOY says:

thanks for this scenes!!!!

Rasengan says:

Whilst I'm glad most of this was cut cause most of it, and a lot of the original release, explain and emphasise things way too much/often, it's nice to know the reason for some things which were a little too vague in the final cut.

The Vanilla Godzilla says:

See that one idiot thumb down? He's one of those death to America guys! Lol Jealous!

alex chalakee says:

This explains why the "hard copy" photo is different than the photo on the screen in the version i watch.

cfcreative says:

f**ck man you can watch one frame of this movie and it has more heart and soul than ten new movies!

a Google user says:

Thank you so much for this!

kevin poulton says:

was most of the voice over in the first cut that did the film theatre

Curt Wakeman says:

Both Deckard and Rachael are both Tyrell Corp. Model # Nexus VII, they are both more advanced than Roy and Pris, and have an Extended lifespan of 200 years 🦄

Galíni says:

I finally understand the onymosity from Gaff towards Deckard in the Movie. Gaff is constantly 3 steps ahead. He's the Sherlock Holmes being sidelined by Bryant. @ 33:57 and I thought Bryant was crude.

Eduardo Ribeiro says:

Thank you my friend. I loved it !

toonsis says:

Saw this version of Batty dying on HBO……where Deckard sits with him all night……. I loved the voiceover version of this film

The HoloBox says:

I am going to be honest but the cut intro is pretty cool, but I think they did the right thing by cutting it

Mike Arthur says:

Great stuff! Makes me appreciate the movie even more! Each scene in Blade Runner is enhanced by the seemingly omnipresent neon signs. I've been fortunate enough to have had an opportunity to replicate one of them: the White Dragon neon sign, complete with flickering tongue! Watch the video on YouTube (search for White Dragon neon sign replica Blade Runner) and scroll down to find out how to order your own working neon sign replica!

Dr. Jack Dempsey says:

Watch this. It will blow your mind and bring everything into clarity. From when you were young and tried to make sense of the many puzzles within the films body and multiple plots and sink them all together seamlessly. And most of all resolution and inner peace, concerning the film and its impact on your life.

moonroxxx says:

Just Read The Book . This just adds to it all . Thanks .

pawnoir says:

Yeah ! C'est dément.

Allen Freeman says:

I'm always amazed how security camera monitors can show live edited, excellently cut, multi-angle, camera segments.

RainSauzer says:

Thank you, awesome footage!!!

Rafael Ferreyra says:

Gracias muchísimas gracias.

Jack says:

I love it, it's like rewatching the movie from a different perspective.

RW Jazz says:

many more suggestions that R. Deckard was a replicant

PARKER SP says:

Amazing work…thanks…

Dan Russell says:

Thank you so much for posting this (in HD). I just read about most of these deleted scenes in "Future Noir: The Making of Blade Runner" by Paul Sammon — but I had never actually seen any of these deleted scenes before. I don't like Harrison Ford's narrative, but the deleted scenes do fill in some gaps and provide some useful backstory. Thank you.

Melhod Riperton says:

00:01 Introduction

00:25 Tears in the rain (alternate opening titles)

01:55 I'm Deckard

03:30 A real dandy

03:56 Bryant's point of view

04:25 Visiting Holden

06:35 Rep detect file

09:08 Zero-zero-zero

10:52 1187 Hunterwasser

14:47 Chew's specialty

16:25 Heading home

17:08 An oddball genius

19:13 Memories

22:12 Food for thought

24:06 The street of bad dreams

26:03 Backstage pass

27:21 Looks like blood

29:09 Washing up

32:13 I want you

33:05 Meataphysics

35:09 Tyrell security protocol

38:13 Closing in

40:14 Every second of it

42:21 Old Richter route (altenrante ending)

43:31 Made for each other (alternate ending)

Stephen Elder says:

It's scary to see how perilously close this film was to being a cheesy b-movie. Like, Deckard's a grinning goofball in most of these clips and the narration, good lord.

Sapper Morton says:

Where the heck was Leon hiding in that small hotel room to not be detected by Deckard and/or Gaff???????

C says:

blade runner Lite

Skoutone says:

there's so many deleted scenes that you could follow the actual story with just these takes

BudFox559 says:

Blade runner is a classic, it's that rare moment in time when all art forms come together, from acting ability to in-camera graphics are
all ahead of their time, and we will probably never see anything  like it again. I have watched this movie more times than I can count and I never get tired of it. Every theatrical discipline is just amazing and the story line has depth.

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