Clerks (partially found deleted scene of Kevin Smith comedy film; 1994)

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Clerks advertisement poster.

Status: Partially Found

Clerks is a 1994 comedy film directed by Kevin Smith. The film involves two clerks, Dante Hicks and Randal Graves, showing a day in their lives as, well, clerks. The whole film was shot on a budget, having been known for being in black and white.

One missing scene from the film involves Randal looking through the Big Choice video store in much more detail. The audio survived, but the video is now lost as Smith claims to have burned the film by complete accident. The scene was not vital to the rest of the movie, however, and was only there to help add to the comedy.


On the Clerks 10th Anniversary Edition DVD, there was a documentary about the film that attempted a reconstructed version of the scene, using the original audio and screen captures of the entire montage. Due to the film's accidental burning, however, the scene's video may be lost forever.