Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991)
- Barry Sullivan (1912-1994)
- Ingrid Bergman (1915-August 29, 1982 her 67th birthday)
- Isabel Sanford (1917-2004)
- Charles Gray (1928-2000)
- John McCain (1936-2018)
- Elliott Gould (1938), who also starred with Schwarzenegger in The Long Goodbye (1973).
- Joel Schumacher (1939)
- Robin Leach (1941-2018)
- Michael Jackson (1958-2009). In the Coda, Sarah Connor says that August 29 came and went and Michael Jackson turned 40. This is a mistake. He only turned 39. His music video Michael Jackson: Black or White (1991) which was released the same year as this film, also used morphing, the same effect that was used for the T-1000.
- Rebecca De Mornay (1959)
- Carla Gugino (1971)
- Maria Bertrand (1975)
- Larissa Meek (1978)
- Emily Hampshire (1981)
- Lanny Barbie (1981)
- Lea Michele (1986)
- Beyond Belief: Fact or Fiction: Witness to Murder/Roulette Wheel/The Phrenologist's Head/The Bridge/The Cigar Box (2002) aired on the fifth anniversary of Judgement Day.
- Leverage: The King George Job (2010) Aired on the 13th anniversary of Judgement Day.
- Directly after the pre-med students peer into Sarah's room, the doctor reminds the orderlies to make sure she takes her medication. The cut scene was of the staff coming in to give her the pills. She refuses, so the more sadistic of the two, Dougie, smacks her in the gut with his baton and forces the pills down her throat, then kicks her while she's on the floor doubled over in pain.
- Another hospital scene was cut that took place after John Connor robs the ATM and heads for the mall. Sarah Connor was to have a drug-induced dream where Reese appears and warns her that she needs to save their son from danger. They kiss and hug, but Reese disappears and walks out. Sarah chases him outside, to find herself in the same spot as the nuclear nightmare scene later in the movie. She sees the large white flash, and then she wakes up. This is the only scene that Michael Biehn was in, and appeared in some promotional trailers. Cameron cut the scene because he thought that audiences who had not seen the first movie would be confused by the appearance of Kyle.
- A scene showing the T-1000 at the scene of the crashed truck in the canal, where it steals a police car.
- After the T-1000 kills John's foster parents, he ventures outside and kills the dog to check its nametag, which is stamped with the name "Max". The T-1000 does this because the Terminator hung up as soon as the T-1000 confirmed the wrong name by calling the dog "Wolfie"; it now knows John will not trust his 'parents' and so gives up waiting for John to return home.
- After killing the dog, the T-1000 goes to John's room to try to find any clues as to where John might be. He stalks around the room waving his arms and "feeling" things on the shelves, on the walls, etc. He eventually stops in front of a poster, realizes there is something behind it, rips it down and finds a box of mementos (pictures, and the like). This must be where the T-1000 figures out about Sarah's current whereabouts, and the desert compound that Sarah, John, and the Terminator head to after the hospital. Director James Cameron decided to cut it because the T-1000's sampling abilities were already sufficiently conveyed in earlier scenes, so this scene became redundant (and because it made the T-1000 look too much like it had x-ray vision). This scene was NOT included in the SE.
- At the abandoned gas station, a scene involved Sarah and John talking with the Terminator about learning. He tells them that his CPU was switched to read-only before being sent out, as Skynet doesn't want their units to think too much while on their own. John asks if it can be reset. You then see the Terminator's face in a "mirror" talking Sarah through an operation procedure. A puppet was used for the foreground Sarah to work on and Linda Hamilton's twin sister Leslie Hamilton Gearren was in the mirror mimicking Linda's hand movements on Schwarzenegger himself. After the CPU is removed, the Terminator shuts-down and Sarah places it on a table. She picks up a hammer and tries to smash it to render him inoperative. John stops her and says they need him. He starts to show authority for the first time and asks her how he is supposed to be a great military leader if even his own mother won't listen to him. She reluctantly reinserts the chip back into the Terminator's head.
- A scene at a truck stop before John, Sarah and Terminator arrive at the Salceda farm. John points out to the Terminator that he shouldn't be so serious all the time. He encourages him to smile once in a while. The Terminator tries to smile, but the result is less than convincing and even humorous, so John encourages him to practice in front of a mirror.
- Directly after Terminator tells Sarah about Miles Dyson, there is a scene where Dyson is seen in his private residence, where his wife tells him he is much too focused on finishing his microchip, and Miles explains how his design will revolutionize artificial intelligence.
- Some more dialogue between John and the Terminator as they assemble weapons in the desert. John tells about his unusual childhood, and ask Terminator if he experiences emotions.
- Before Sarah takes aim at Dyson, she is seen approaching the house and setting up weapons.
- A scene in Cyberdyne, where Dyson destroys the model of his revolutionary microchip.
- In the steel mill, the T-1000 experiences some negative effects from being frozen earlier. It has difficulties maintaining its shape and color when it touches other materials, like steel bars and the floor. In another deleted shot a few minutes later, John sees the two Sarahs, and recognizes the fake one because its feet are mimicking the steel grating it's standing on.
- A scene in a Skynet-free future, with Sarah Connor as an older woman giving a monologue about how Judgment Day never occurred, and John becoming a senator. This scene was NOT included in the SE, because James Cameron felt it just didn't fit the dark, gloomy atmosphere of the rest of the movie. It was, however, included as an Easter egg feature on the Ultimate, Extreme and blu-ray editions of the film on DVD.
- Extended Future War sequence. The entire prologue has a voice over by John Connor, describing Judgment Day and the events of the previous movie. The extended scene shows the Resistance winning the war when they destroy Skynet's central processor, rendering all Skynet's units inert in an instant. John and his squad enter a Skynet lab where they find the time-portal and a storage facility of Terminators. Reese talks to John before he volunteers to be sent through time; it is implied that Reese learns that he is in fact John's father. After Reese is sent, John enters a storage cabinet full of Terminators (different types even). One of the 101-models is missing (being the Terminator from the first movie). John hints that he needs to send another one himself. After that, the rest of the movie is effectively one long flashback of John. The scene was omitted because it was not deemed narratively important enough to justify the costs of building additional sets, but it did appear later in a similar form in Terminator Genisys (2015).
- Sarah's ECT. Sarah is fitted for electro-convulsive therapy, and voltage is pumped into her. The shock causes her to wince in pain, and relive several moments from her life, most prominently the T-800 chasing her through the factory and lunging at her in the previous film.
- Alternate nuclear nightmare scene. Sarah dreams that the Terminator takes her out of the asylum towards the fence, where she sees nuclear silos opening, firing their missiles. One nuclear bomb goes off, ripping off both her flesh and the Terminator's. Then she wakes up.
- Extended hospital escape. After getting out of the elevator, the T-800 revs up his motorcycle and directs it unmanned and at full speed at the elevator, causing it to explode as the T-1000 emerges from it, giving John, Sarah and him some more time to commandeer a vehicle.
- Salceda's death sequence. Enrique Salceda's dog starts barking as the T-1000 approaches. Enrique goes out and tries to shoot it, but T-1000 pierces his shoulder blades in order to torture him for information. Enrique grabs a grenade from a crate behind him and blows himself up, and hopefully the T-1000 with it. However, T-1000's head merely falls off, and like the little piece in the asylum escape sequence, it oozes back into his boots. Enrique's wife Yolanda sees this and hugs her baby as T-1000 steps closer. T-1000 picks up the baby and gets the info from her as to where John and others had gone.
- Gant Ranch. This section was a longer version of Salceda's ranch and refers to Travis Gant, the "crazy ex-Green Beret" that John mentions his mother seeing before she was caught (Salceda being one of his subordinates). The scene is longer and has romantic notions between the two. It also sees Gant making an attempt to have Terminator smile. After Sarah, John and the Terminator leave, T-1000 kills Gant as he did like with John's "Mom": disguised as Gant's lover, he easily steps up to him and tortures him for answers before killing him.
- Dyson's Vision Sequence. Dyson had a dream sequence before he died and dropped the device on the trigger. In it, he saw a picture of his family before a nuclear inferno turned it to ash. He sees his family running and then a scene of the sun as it pulls back to reveal Dyson's dying eye before he closes it and drops the section of the enlarged chip onto the trigger (Dyson has a copy in his house that gets shot up by Sarah, and the original is shot at the same time as he is by the S.W.A.T. Team, thus he uses his creation to destroy it). Scenes of the blazing inferno were ultimately used during the movie's opening credits.