Deleted/truncated scenes missing from the US Version of the LEWIS Episode: MUSIC TO DIE FOR. Series 2, Episode 2.

Hello everyone and welcome to a new post. In the past I have created posts showing the missing scenes from series five and six of the Endeavour series. You can find these posts by clicking HERE and go to section 15 on the page.

I have now found out, thanks to Lewis fans on my live streams, that PBS also edited scenes from the Lewis series. A huge thank you to Nate who took the time to compare the PBS aired episode and the original UK broadcast. Unbelievably, there are some important scenes that have been excised by the editor for PBS who is akin to a heavy handed butcher.

Of course it is possible that not all regions had the following scenes deleted. To put the missing scenes into context I will include parts of the scenes that came before and after. Let me know thoughts on this post in the comments section. The running times I have mentioned below are those for the UK broadcast and DVD. So, for US viewers they will be approximate.

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Are you sitting comfortably because there are quite a lot of deleted scenes. Go and grab a coffee and a snack and I will start when you are ready………………………………………………………………….You’re back? Good. Here we go.

First up is a scene around the four minute mark. The deleted scene is only about 8 seconds long and starts when RJ Cole says he is organizing the Wagner recital.

The next scene is when Lewis and Hathaway visit the club at around the 35 and a half minute mark and Hansie Kriel says, “Anyway, you’re not alone.”

The third scene is around the 43 minute mark. The deleted scene starts after Lewis and Hathaway leave the boxing club.

The fourth scene is around the 49 and a half minute mark. Deleted scene starts in the car.

Our fifth scene is around the 52 and a half minute mark. The deleted scene starts when the waitress is asked to take the bill.

The sixth scene is around the 59 minute and 20 second mark. It is a very short deletion. Valli Helm says, ‘did you like him?’ and Lewis answers, “It was a bit like a marriage except I already had a wife.”

The seventh scene is around the one hour and a 45 minute mark. The deleted scene is Lewis and Hathaway in the car.

The eighth deleted scene is around the one hour and two minute mark. It only consists of Jack Roth shouting ‘Milo.’

Ninth scene is round the one hour and six minute mark. The deleted scene consists only of a montage of Milo in Berlin, Oxford and blue car pulls up and Lewis and Hathaway get out.

The tenth scene is soon after the above scene. The deleted scene starts around the one hour and eight minute mark. Lewis and Sarah Kriel at dinner.

The eleventh deleted scene consists of Laura saying, “Like most members of the brutish sex.” Yes, that’s it. Why? The scene is around the one hour and 12 minute mark.

The twelfth deleted scene starts at around the one hour and 19 minute mark. It starts when Hansie Kriel says Hello Ludi and ends about 15 seconds later.

The 13th deleted scene starts at around the pne hour and 20 minute mark. It starts when Innocent speaks to Hathaway entering the room.

Deleted scene number 14 starts not long after the above scene. The deleted scene is Lewis and Hathaway walking down a corridor.

Deleted scene 15 starts at around the one hour and 30 minute mark. It starts with Lewis and Hathaway entering the club and ends with Lewis saying ‘cheers.’

The 16th deleted scene is very short and consists only of no dialogue, Jack in interrogation room and Lewis walks in. At around the one hour and 33 minute mark.

Deleted scene 17 is not long after the above scene. The deleted section is only about 6 seconds long. It starts with Lewis telling Charlie, “It’s a special job to Lewis asking to go into Charlie’s home.

Another short deleted scene, number 18. The deleted scene is of Hathaway leaving Berlin and we hear Lewis asking if his trip to Berlin was useful. Around the one hour and 38 minute mark.

Deleted scene 19. Around the one hour and 39 minute mark. It starts with Lewis saying, “My good friend Hansie…” and ends with Lewis saying, “Maybe he is our Siegfried.”

Deleted scene 20 is around the one hour and 40 minute mark. Just a few lines from Lewis.

Deleted scene 21 is around the one hour and 42 minute mark. The deleted scene consists mostly all the scene with Hansie Kriel.

Deleted scene 22 starts at around the one hour and 43 minute mark. The deleted scene is only the dialogue, “Not my finest hour, not anybody’s finest hour.”

Our penultimate deleted scene is around the one hour 45 minute mark. It starts with Innocent saying, “What about her good works?” and ends with Lewis saying, “If only to save face.”

The final deleted scene is around the one hour and 48 minute mark. It consists of only one line from Ryan.

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After having looked after my mum for some 11 years she is now unfortunately in a nursing home. I'm afraid her dementia worsened as did her physical capabilities. UPDATE: My mum died from Covid-19 on the 6th May 2020. So, for the first time in 21 years I find myself no longer caring for anyone. Apart from my mum I was also a single parent to two children and also looked after my dad who had Alzheimers, (he died in 2005). So, I have decided to return to University to try and get another degree this time in English Literature. (My other degree I got some 30 years ago is one in Ecological Science). After a year at college I have passed all grades and now will start Edinburgh University in September 2019. I am now in second year having passed all the requirements in first year.

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