Why is this film is only 73 minutes on home video formats
Most sources always list this wonderful film as running 78 minutes, including the IMDB. However, the old VHS, laserdisc, and now the newer (April of 2011) PBS DVD versions all run just over 73 minutes. Does anybody know what is missing? I suppose some film clip or song couldn't get copyright clearance for the home video format. I'd like to know what, if anything, is missing on home video.
I did see the film first run, back in 1982. However, I can't specifically recall anything from that theatrical screening that appears to be missing from the home video versions Are there any experts reading this?