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Is anyone Besides me Unhappy with this? I have the 40-year-old virgin unrated on DVD so I go out to buy it on blu-ray Only to find out when Watching it. It's Missing some Scenes. That the DVD Version has on it Come on now . This is Happening more and more. So frustrating.
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Is anyone Besides me Unhappy with this? I have the 40-year-old virgin unrated on DVD so I go out to buy it on blu-ray Only to find out when Watching it. It's Missing some Scenes. That the DVD Version has on it Come on now . This is Happening more and more. So frustrating.
The Blu-ray should have the Unrated version of the movie. Did you buy a former rental copy or something?
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Hi Josh Z.
I bought it from Newberry comics.
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Does it say Unrated on the cover?

The theatrical cut of the movie is 116 minutes. The Unrated cut is 133 minutes.
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Hi Josh Z
Yes on the Cover the-40-year-old-virgin unrated
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Yes on the Cover the-40-year-old-virgin unrated
Then the option to watch the unrated cut should be on there somewhere.
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I think the main menu says something like "Go to Extended Version"

The main menu should have a "Switch to Extended Version" option. Like this (without the rectangle, obviously):

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Hi Super-VHS
Thank you I give that a Try
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