A kiss between Daphne and Velma was cut from the live action scooby-doo film.
In a interview, the film’s editor, Kent Beyda, revealed that there were several deleted scenes in which Velma showed romantic interest in Daphne. One such scene showed Velma seemingly drunk and singing “You’re Too Good to Be True” to Daphne and Fred.
Another scene from scooby-doo was cut where Daphne and Fred are talking and she implicit that she faked orgasms while they were dating.
Beyda said there was a scene where Daphne and Fred had adjoining rooms and Fred tried to spend the night with her so she wouldn’t be scared. Daphne said she always pretended to be scared and that wasn’t the only thing she faked in their relationship.
In another deleted scene from the film, Shaggy and Scooby stare at Mary Jane’s breasts during the drive to Spooky Island.
The death of Bambi’s mother in Bambi was originally going to be much more graphic.
The scene reportedly showed animals receiving shock collars and get zapped each time, they showed too much emotion. This was deemed too harsh for the final cut of the film.
An adult joke in a first cut of Santa ended up being removed from the film.
Scott made a joke about Neil’s mother’s number being “1-800-SPANN ME”. This number was actually the number of the lines leading to the adult content, and there was concerns that this prank would cause kids to dial the number in real life.
In Alone at homea scene was deleted where Kevin’s uncle gasped him.
In the tunnel scene Willy Wonka and the chocolate factory, there is a deleted scene where a decapitated chicken was shown.
There was originally a scene in The Lion King it showed that Scar was the reason Nala went out into the jungle to convince Simba to come back.
In the scene, Scar tries to force Nala to marry him. He told him, “You know, you really have no choice. I always get what I want.”
And finally, there was an alternate ending to The Lion King which was much darker than the original one.
In the alternate ending, Scar would win the fight with Simba and throw him off the rock. Simba would have survived the fall, but Scar would believe that Simba is dead. The flames on the Pride Rock would close in on Scar until they burned him alive. Disney producers didn’t want to go along with this ending because they felt it was a bit too gruesome.