This IS NOT AT ALL the same as the Love conquers all cut. NOT EVEN CLOSE! This IS the cut that all american moviegoers saw. The Love conquers all is a piece of crap that was edited for television. It was never seen in theaters and was only released as part of The Criterion Collection! The Criterion Collection was originally a 10 side laserdisc set which later became the 3 dvd set (or poorman's 1 dvd version.) This is the US Theatrical Cut - as seen in theaters. This is where the re-introduced clouds at the beginning that showed up on the Criterion director's cut came from. This is the original that opens with the clouds AND closes with the clouds.
For shame you would confuse this with the Love conquers all rubbish...
The Universal "bare-bones" DVD contains only the longer version (though it is misidentified on the DVD cover as the American cut)."
And this IS NOT the Universal dvd release. This is the MCA release of the US Theatrical Cut. The universal release was a the director's cut. This cut was only released on VHS and Laserdisc. This is the 131 min cut. Any reference to this being available on a legitimate dvd is wrong. I personally have viewed the universal and criterion releases. This is different.
There are four different cuts of this movie: a European theatrical cut, the U.S. theatrical version, the television syndication cut, and the Criterion edition's director's cut. I know that I've seen the U.S. theatrical version (which I think is the only one that has the "My God, it works!" line—although the TV version does have Sam say, "My gosh, it works") but I don't know where I might have seen it. Maybe on a 16mm print in college; it's also possible that the VHS version was this cut. It's not available on DVD, though; the Universal DVD is the same cut and transfer as the Criterion edition, but without any of the extras. So we'll all have to wait for the twenty-five disc definitive Criterion reissue to see that version again.
- from http://criterioncollection.blogspot.com/2006/03/51-brazil.html
This one has "My God, it works!" Not "My Gosh, it works" (love conquers all cut.)
To prove it to yourself - Look at the end of any cut you have when the credits start and compare it to the last screenshot above. You do not have this cut.