I do take umbrage when the cover sleeve makes an issue to specifically state that the movie is uncensored and uncut, when in truth the opposite is realised when viewed.
The Peter Rackman( Johnny Shannon ) and Mandy Rice-Davies ( Bridget Fonda ) "no kissing" hotel bedroom scene which should have been in chapter 15, between the scene of the two girls ( Fonda & Whalley-Kilmer ) walking along the river to the scene with ( Hurt & Whalley-Kilmer ) in Wards flat, checking the post, has been completely omitted.
The hotel bedroom scene approx 1 minute 40 secs, which does show a naked frontal view of Fonda, albeit through a negligee, and ever so briefly between the on off light flashes of what seems to be a neon sign outside the bedroom window, does seem to be rather tame to have fallen foul of the censor.
This scene also does seem to be out of place at this point of the movie, and 'maybe' should have been after the initial party meeting between Rackman and Rice-Davies.
In fairness this DVD version removing the scene at this point does improve the continuity. Should we adding this to the list of movies that are crying out to be re-edited and re-released.
We did wait how many years for Blade Runner to be released in a package with 'all' versions and extras, hopefully someone / studio would take this gem under their wing for the same treatment. Or even a re-release with the deleted scene(s) on the bonus or extras menu, I could live with that. Maybe the when the Region 2 UK PAL version is released it will have just that, but until then the VHS tape remains in the collection.