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Possibly.

In the TCM 4 script, Jenny's step-father appears at the beginning of the movie, before Jenny leaves for the prom. He asks Jenny to have sex with him. When her mother is around, the guy yells at her like Barry does to Heather. He makes sure that the woman does not forget that she is an idiot. I must agree with this evil man. He also tells Jenny that he is 'one of the good guys', that there are much worse men in the world.

It is now a classic part of any TCM movie when one of the family's victims escapes and meets a stranger who turns out to be a member of the family. This never happens in part 2.

I also read the script for TCM 2. Here is a bit of dialogue that does not appear in the movie, because the monologue at the begging explains most of it.

"Back in the summer of 1968 my brother's
kids were attacked in an isolated
farmhouse in Central Texas. The kids
were chainsawed to death by a mad-dog
family of killers. Only sister got away.
By the time the Laws got involved there
was nothing to investigate --- no
killers, no victims. Anything "real"
had just vanished. Nothing left but sister.
And there wasn't much left of
her --- she went catatonic, just ain't
there. Only some days she'll
whisper over and over: 'Pray for my
soul, pray for my soul...'
The Laws couldn't find a damn thing.
So they just forgot it. Kill-sites all across the state
since '68. More unsolved, motive-
less murders the Laws want to
forget..."

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If I were Jenny I would send him to a house in the woods and say that there live nice girls emoticon

Part 3, is that the most goriest part? And what about Leatherface, is there one movie you see his face without a mask?
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a Texas Chainsaw Deception, you say, and tell step-father that the pale woman holding the chainsaw is a great lover... emoticon

Part 2 has the most gore.

I do not think Leatherface has appeared in any of the movies without his mask. I have not seen the remake yet, though. I do not believe that his face is damaged.
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I've seen the remake of the TCM.
That scene when a girl sais: They're all dead and blows her own head off really scares the !@#$ out of me. Of course it was a nice splatter. I guess she was one of the victems that managed to escape. But why was she carrying a gun? How would she managed to get a gun and why didn't she shot the family members?
In this film there were a lot more family members, I thought 7. In the original only 3. The emphasise was more on Leatherface while in the original it was more on the whole family. Too bad there was no dinner scene, I really expected the dead girl which shot herself at the table.
The movie was good, there was also some humour but I think this totally didn't match to the film. After the scene the girl shot herself we were all [sign in to see URL]. But after you saw smoke was coming through her mouth we were all laughing.
Still I prefer the original.
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This sounds like a very good splatter. I am not sure when the U.S. DVD will be released, but I will be first in line at the video store.
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You sound like you haven't seen the remake yet, have you?
In the remake Leatherface is shown as a monster while in the original Leatherface also looked like a little child sometimes.
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No. I do not go to the theatre very often. A friend invited me on a trip to see TCM remake, but I declined.

Also: TCM part 2 gives a bit more details about the original family. The original part 2 script explains too much about the family, and various details are omitted from the film.

I think it was good that Leatherface was child-like in part one. This is because he did not know anyone except his family. His brothers are similar to him in this way, because they were only interested in people for purposes of business or food.
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In the remake the reason why Leatherface kills people in not clear. You see him making masks of human skin.

It was also very intense to see when you saw Leatherface putting a hand full of salt in the wound of a guy.

In the remake you see his real face and it's definitely damaged. His nose was gone, they said he had a skin disease.
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It sounds like there are too many changes in the remake. Perhaps the producers want Leatherface to be more like Freddy and Jason.
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In the remake Leatherface gets very hurt. I don't think he'll be able to play for another part.
Leatherface is the only crazy man, the rest of the family aren't really crazy, the just allow Leatherface to hunt outsiders down and the bring back witnesses. Exept for the sheriff, he's a bit crazy too.
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