I know there's a few deleted/extended scenes of this version of Pride & Prejudice that unfortunatly aren't even in the special features of the DVD. Hopefully one day they'll release a special edition **crossing fingers**
I don't know if this has been done before, but I thought that we should make a list of all the deleted/extended scenes we know of. I think it should be interesting to find out how much is missing of this wonderful movie.
[P.S. I'll update this main message with the deleted scenes all in one list]
Lets get it started!
- Lizzie walking to Netherfield, jumping/playing in the water
- The 2nd ball, at Netherfield, is over (I suppose) and Darcy stops at the staircase & sees Lizzie in the next room. They share a sight until Lizzie looks away.
- The journey home after the ball, Kitty and Lydia are sleeping against Jane
- Darcy pouring water all over after riding in the morning
- Lizzie & Darcy, A gracious host
- Extended 2nd proposal, Arriving at the Bennett's house
Reason for Editing: slightly edited title of this thread just a tiny bit.
Do you know where that scene of Darcy *should be* in the movie ? after what scene exactly ? I haven't read the script yet so I had no clue about this scene. I think I saw that shot of Darcy horse-riding (its in the official trailer, right ?)
Post by mahsuri1284 on May 23, 2006 2:38:14 GMT -5
According to the script (both the Feb 2004 + June 2004 versions) it's supposed to be after the "Accomplished Women" conversation in Netherfield's drawing room and before "a Mrs Bennet, a Miss Bennet, a Miss Bennet and Miss Bennet" came to claim Jane ;D And yeah, it's in the trailer
Post by Elizabeth Darcy on May 23, 2006 9:56:38 GMT -5
reposting this 2 incredible deleted scenes (I posted at the movie script thread) here...
106 EXT. DERBYSHIRE - DUSK [Scene has been cut... such a shame]
Darcy is driving Lizzie and the Gardiner's back to Lambton. The rugged landscape looks even more beautiful and dramatic in the dusk light. Lizzie sits up with Darcy who holds the reins, while Mr. and Mrs. Gardiner sit comfortably in the carriage. Mr. Gardiner smiles broadly at two large fish that lie beside him.'
LIZZIE: It is so beautiful up here. I will be sorry to leave.
Darcy smiles at her.
LIZZIE: (cont'd) You have been a most gracious host. I'm sure my aunt and uncle will talk of nothing else for days. DARCY: I have recently thought a great deal about how I appear and act to others.
Lizzie looks at him, a serious last look as though she wants to record his features properly.
LIZZIE: It does you credit, sir.
After the 2nd proposal scene...
141 INT. DRAWING ROOM - LONGBOURN - MORNING. [This scene has been deleted... unfortunately!]
The place is in an uproar. Jane, Mary, Kitty, Mr. and Mrs. Bennet are all gathered, fretting terribly about Lizzie's whereabouts. Through a window we see Lizzie lead Darcy along the duck board plank across the moat. Lizzie enters the house, everybody starts.
MRS BENNET: Lizzie, where have you been? We thought something had happened to you.
Darcy follows Lizzie in.
MRS BENNET: (cont'd) Mr. Darcy! What on earth are you doing here?
faylool: Well me too. This is the only movie I watched more than once in the same week and just found it January 2016. I never read the book so I learned more reviewing. The super quick responses sometimes threw me out of balance. In real life pauses would happen
Feb 10, 2016 11:22:24 GMT -5
marie: Must say I would love yo know more about the gorgeous photo of mr darcy lying on Elizabeth's lap? Does anyone have some detail?
Apr 30, 2015 7:53:00 GMT -5
marie: Hi , I'm a new member and hove only just watched the 2005 movie and can not stop re watching scenes. The magic between Kiera and Matthew is breathtaking at times and my eldest boy can't believe how I'm not sick of watching the final proposal scene.
Apr 30, 2015 7:51:30 GMT -5
biou: Hi I come way too late for this forum . just saw this 2005 version in 2013 and totally love love it. Matthew Mcfaddden and Keira Knightley are the best Darcy & Elizabeth. This is my first time blogging...
Jan 1, 2015 21:25:28 GMT -5