Similarly, there are a few lines of dialogue removed in the alley scene after Obi-Wan "disarms" Zam. We don't really know the reasons for all these dialogue deletions, but we can surely speculate that they were trimmings for pace improvement.
The excerpts below from The Art of Attack of the Clones give you the lines in their original context:
This weapon is your life.
I've heard this lesson before…
Obi-Wan finally holds out the lightsaber and Anakin grabs it.
But, you haven't learned anything, Anakin.
EXT. ALLEY OUTSIDE NIGHTCLUB - NIGHT
Obi-Wan and Anakin carry Zam, into the alley and lower her to the ground. Obi-Wan attends to her wounded shoulder. She stares up hatefully at Anakin. She winces in pain, then nods.
Do you know who it was
you were trying to kill?
The Senator from Naboo.
Who hired you?
Zam glares at Obi-Wan.
It was just a job.
Who hired you? Tell us!
That Senator's gonna die soon anyway,
and the next one won't make the
same mistake I did…
This wound's going to
Tell us… tell us now!
Zam glares hatefully.
It was a bounty hunter called…
The first two image below are from the EPISODE II FORBIDDEN LOVE trailer. The dialogue can be seen near the top of the page. The scan from the Comic Adaptation includes Obi-Wan's deleted line to Anakin outside the club and the still before it was not seen in the film, at least from this angle.
The next bunch of images are from both a foreign Lucasfilm Magazine and Starwars.com. They show Zam Wesell, Anakin and Obi-Wan at the Outlander nightclub. I'm not sure if the Zam Wesell shots are just publicity stills or what but they don't appear in the film from this angle. The stills of Anakin and Obi-Wan inside the club are from the EPISODE II documentaries available at Starwars.com and on the EPISODE II DVD. These appear to be just alternate takes/angles just like the shot of Zam running up the steps of the nightclub. These shots are, of course, in the film but seen not from these angles. There's also one shot of Anakin standing in the alleyway from Starwars.com.
Starwars.com also adds this note for Zam fans:
In EPISODE II, Zam Wesell is played by Leeanna Walsman. Very early draft scripts did not identify Zam by name, but instead referred to her as a C.A.T., a type of Corporate Alliance Trooper.
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