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The Shining Without Delbert Grady

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Just two days after unveiling a scene from Fight Club with Tyler Durden removed, Richard Trammell has struck gold again, with this classic scene from The Shining.

The bathroom encounter between Jack Torrance and Delbert Grady in the Stanley Kubrick classic, based on the Stephen King novel, has gone down in cinematic history as one of the most unnerving horror scenes ever, and Trammell has digitally edited the footage to remove the ghostly butler, Delbert Grady.

Watch and admire, and compare to the original scene, shown below.

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