True Romance (1993)
- Extended sequence at the 'Sonny Chiba' movie. Jack Black appears as a theater attendant shooing everyone out after the movie is over.
- Extended scene where Clarence shows Alabama his store.
- A bathtub scene with Clarence and Alabama, in which they discuss Janis Joplin. Patricia Arquette (Alabama) does nudity in this scene. A piece of this scene appears in the theatrical trailer.
- The billboard scene (where Alabama comes clean) is slightly extended. Clarence proposes marriage to Alabama, and she accepts.
- The "do you eat pussy" scene is slightly extended with more dialogue, especially from Big Don (Samuel L. Jackson).
- A car scene with Clarence, Alabama, and Dick in which Alabama explains how she got her name.
- The scene in which Clarence first shows Dick the cocaine is slightly extended with more dialogue.
- A scene featuring Vincenzo (Christopher Walken) on an elevator with his bodyguards. They talk about drug related matters and then walk down a hallway threatening to get Clarence and Alabama. The latter portion of this scene appears in the theatrical trailer.
- Extended scene where Elliot prepares to be "wired".
- Extended sequence of Alabama, Clarence, and Dick preparing to enter Lee's loft to sell the cocaine. They contemplate whether they should do it or not.
- A brief scene in which Elliot is "motivating" himself to enter wearing the wire.
- An alternate ending, which was Quentin Tarantino's original ending to the script. Clarence dies, and Alabama leaves alone with the money. She is then shown driving to Mexico alone, and she delivers a narrative monologue which indicates that she never really cared about Clarence, but used him to get away from Drexl and get money from the drugs. Tony Scott didn't use this ending because he felt that the audience would fall in love with Clarence and Alabama and would want to see them get away together. In a commentary on the alternate ending, Tarantino agreed that Scott's "happy ending" was better for the film that he made. QT stated that if he had made the film, he would've used the ending that he had originally written, because he would've made the film in a different tone.