- In the Jerusalem scenes: more shots of the market with a dove seller that is visible in a long shot that exists in the film; an interlude between the priests and Mary Magdalen; an extension of the wedding ceremony for the bride and groom of Cana.
- In the Babylonian scenes: more shots of the battle scenes and feasting; a scene at the jury where Josef Henaberry has a cameo as an agonized husband. Henaberry talked about this scene in Kevin Brownlow's book The Parade's Gone By.
- In the French scenes: a whole subplot in which the assassination of a Huguenot politician (not Coligny) is plotted and carried out (this story is real, the actual events having occurred at Blois in 1572); a street scene that occurs before we meet Brown Eyes and Prosper - a woman calls out from a window "Look out below!" and dumps the (liquid) contents of a chamber pot into the street below, just as a pedestrian jumps out of the way; a couple more shots of the wedding procession.
- In the Modern scenes: more scenes of the Modern Pharisees doing their evil deeds.