The original UK cinema and video releases were cut by 8 secs (10 secs for video) by the BBFC to heavily edit shots of Al being suffocated with a plastic bag, some bloody gunshot impacts, Sally's head being beaten against a wall, and to remove the neck-breaks of Sally's flatmate. The cuts were fully waived in 2008 for the Blu-ray.
Collector's edition DVD includes five deleted scenes:
Frank Horrigan plays the piano in the bar. A woman talks to him and tries to wake his interest in her. But he just plays the piano with her. They both agree how beautiful that is and he says "that's about as beautiful as it gets in our days."
An extended version of the scene where two ambulance men are called to help Frank. Two of his colleagues tell the others about a joke he practiced on his former superior.
A small conversation between Frank and Lilly. He asks if she has missed him and if she wants to go out with him for dinner.
In the hotel Frank watches TV and sees himself on the news as he captures the bell boy.
An extension of the scene where Frank and Lilly are in the bar. He tells her that he once protected Fidel Castro.
Versions on network television edit the scene on the rooftop: we do not see Mitch Leary take Agent Horrigan's gun into his mouth (though he does open his mouth to receive it), and soon thereafter, the shot of Agent D'Andrea getting shot in the face and blood pouring from his mouth is completely cut.