The initial US home video release through KVC Home Video used the original Titanus (Italian) print with the English dialog track used for the US theatre release. This meant that although the dialog was in English, the main title and all credits were in Italian.
The German DVD release in 2005 (by Paramount Home Entertainment/Tobis Home Entertainment/TLEFilms) features the film digitally remastered for the first time in it's original uncut version.
US laserdisc release (1996) featured an almost complete version of the film (ca. 65 seconds were missing). Additionally, this release presented the film for the first time in it's correct aspect ratio on the home entertainment market.
Until now (August 2005) the German TV version misses ca. 50 seconds.
German VHS release (1981) missed ca. 8 minutes.
German 8mm home video version was heavily edited for timing reasons (ie. the first 24 minutes were cut down to 4 minutes).