The occurrence of a change in the content of a moving image work and the extent of that change are important.  When deliberate modifications are made to the contents of original works, these new works are considered versions.  Original works and all subsequent versions of original works are cataloged on separate bibliographic records.  See Chapter 2, Introduction.

A moving image work is not a version when the work is simply rereleased or reissued without a change to its contents.  Thus, the original information applies to the rerelease or reissue copy, as well as to the original work, and both are cataloged on the same record.  See 1D and 4G.

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0B.  Organization of the description

0.  General Rules