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Alternative Endings Benefit Directors, Studios

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Alternative Endings Benefit Directors, Studios

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Alternative Endings Benefit Directors, Studios

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Directors and studios have always fought over how a movie should end. DVDs are increasingly becoming a vehicle to make everyone happy. The filmmaker gets to show the ending that was cut and the studio gets to make an extra buck from consumers eager to see it. Beth Accomando of member station KPBS reports.

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