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Location scenes filmed in Wiltshire and Dorset, England. Released in Great Britain in 1967. For second-run engagements the distributor cut the running time to 143 min and changed the ending: early showings conclude with a shot of Bathsheba's music-box clock that Troy gave her, suggesting that in spite of her marriage to Gabriel, Troy will remain her true love; subsequent version concludes with a shot of the couple just after their marriage. Previously filmed in Great Britain in 1915 (Turner Films). Folk songs include: "Bushes and Briars," "The Bold Grenadier," "The Jolly Tinker," and "The Banks of Allan Water."