In addition to the cut mentioned in the review below, there are others in Vault of Horror - the comic/grotesque moment of the "Bits and pieces" in the preserving jar at the end of the sequence with Terry-Thomas and Glynis Johns. The cut is not even professionally done: the camera lingers on the shelf above, then starts to move to the shelf and jar in question, and there the cut takes place, while the camera is moving. Had the cut taken place a second or so earlier, we might not even be aware of the loss. At other times, the prudish editors have replaced climactic, cathartic moments with a freeze-frame, spoiling the rhythm of the film and making a nonsense of the emotional flow. I have only previously witnessed such unprofessional and unsubtle editing in feature films playing on TV in the Middle East. I wish I had not bought this set, but paid more for the individually packaged versions which I understand are not cut.