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The Mask is a 1994 American superhero comedy film directed by Charles Russell, produced by Bob Engelman, and written by Mike Werb, loosely based on the Mask comics published by Dark Horse Comics. The first installment in the Mask film franchise, it stars Jim Carrey in the title role, with Peter Riegert, Peter Greene, Amy Yasbeck, Richard Jeni, and Cameron Diaz in her film debut. Carrey plays Stanley Ipkiss, a hapless, everyday bank clerk who finds a magical mask that transforms him into The Mask, a green-faced troublemaker with the ability to cartoonishly alter himself and his surroundings at will, who later on becomes a crimefighter, only to become targeted by gangster Dorian Tyrell, who desires to overthrow his superior.

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Brazilian censorship[]

In Brazil, the film had two dubs, the first retained the plot for adults. The second dubbing was done when the cartoon based on the movie was made. The voice actors hired to do the Brazilian dubbing of the cartoon made a new version of the dub of the film, in which many of the adult themes from the dialogue were removed.

Where to find it uncensored[]

The original American theatrical version and home videos are uncensored.

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