Here is the approx. 2 minute portion missing from the DVD/video releases of Moving House. It occurs
after Frank has been thrown out of the furniture van.
Removal man (to the other removal man): It's no good. Here – you go for an ambulance, I'll get some help.
An Indian onlooker in his garden is astonished to see a figure start emerging from the cauldron of tar. He calls his wife to see.
Frank: Good afternoon – is this the North End council estate?
Frank (seeing the onlookers are not understanding him): English man fallen in the cauldron.
They still don't understand.
Frank: 'Scuse me – it's very hot in here. In fact, it's boiling. You give me a hand?
The Indian women clutches her head in horror.
Frank: No, no, no, no, no – not a "head", a "hand".
Frank climbs out of the cauldron but manages to scrunch his groin on the side...
Frank: Ooh! That won't do my married life any good!
Frank (to the onlookers): Thank you very much. English man very grateful to Indian brother.
Onlooker: Would English brother like a cup of tea?
Frank notices something lying ruined on the ground.
Frank: Oh, me saxifrages!
Onlooker: Ah – me, Buta Singh.
The removal men return. Frank strides indignantly up to them.
Removal man: Mr Spencer?!?
Frank: You will be hearing from my legal department... and my tailor – I only had this on approval.
He slaps shut the tar-soaked lapels of his suit and storms off.
The episode then continues with the first scene in the new house with Betty.