The Todd-AO (30 fps) version and the Todd-AO (24 fps) version are as close to being identical as possible, considering that each scene was shot twice, using both methods. Note that the sound mixes of the 70 mm version and the 35 mm version are as close to being identical as possible, unlike Oklahoma! (1955) where the sound mix is completely different for each version.
When Warner Bros. bought the rights to this film from Elizabeth Taylor (to whom United Artists lost control of the film in the 1970s) for its later re-releases, some prints were heavily edited. An uncut print of the 35mm version has been shown on cable TV.
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