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See Uncut Scenes from Alfred Hitchcock's PsychoReally interesting stuff has slipped online today pertaining to Alfred Hitchcock’s masterpiece of terror Psycho. Apparently longer, bloodier, and racier scenes exist in the German cut of the film, and we have every one of them for you right here.

An extended and unrated cut of the film has aired on German television that was home to a few scenes that were just too much for U.S. censors back in 1960. This longer cut has never been available on Blu-ray or DVD anywhere, and it’s a real treat seeing these lost scenes in their full gory glory. Now that these excised moments have seen the light of day and are officially out there, we wouldn’t be a bit surprised if that doesn’t change A.S.A.P.

Extended Scene Rundown

  • More of Marion undressing
  • Extended scene of Norman’s bloody hands
  • Different German letter writing sequence
  • A longer grislier death scene for detective Arbogast

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