In the original drafts, he was to have a much more expanded role as a rival to Darth Vader in the Emperor's eyes - picking up where Vader failed in trying to capture Luke. He was, in effect, the Emperor's Counsel. As a result, Vader was to be very jealous of Jerjerrod. The Moff was also not supposed to be as nervous and cowardly as he ended up in the final film. In fact, he mouthed off to Vader quite a few times and there was always an air of competition between the two. In the final draft, however, Jerjerrod's role was reduced and even moreso when the final cuts were made.
This first picture below of Moff Jerjerrod taken from The Action Figure Archive does not appear in the film at all from this angle. I'm pretty sure this is from the scene where Jerjerrod orders the Death Star to fire at the Emperor's command. I watched the film and the only time they show Jerjerrod during this time is that one shot where he says, "Fire." I did notice that the background of the shot in the film is pretty much the same as it is in this picture. So, I'm going to assume that this is an outtake from that scene. It looks like Jerjerrod is either awaiting the command from the Emperor or reacting to the firing of the Death Star. The tighter shot of the same scene is taken from the Behind the Magic CD-ROM - at least I think it's the same scene. It's hard to be absolutely sure sometimes.
The long shot of Jerjerrod preparing to greet Vader is also taken from the Behind the Magic CD-ROM. It's just another alternate angle of Jerjerrod heading towards Vader's shuttle at the beginning of the film. We never see him walking from this vantage point so I'm including it here though technically it's not a "cut scene." Same thing goes for the tighter shot of Vader and Jerjerrod talking. This angle isn't in the finished film at all. Alternate angles make for interesting pictures sometimes.