Hope Of The Future
Deleted scenes

The factory
T1 deleted scene

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Scene description
A technician picks up the CPU of the destroyed Terminator and orders his assistant to take it to Research & Developement. While Sarah is being lifted into an ambulance, the building is revealed to be Cyberdyne Systems, to the company that will start to create the supercomputer SKYNET.

Reason cut
From the Special Edition DVD of The Terminator:
"The removal of the "Sarah Fights Back" sequence also necessitated the omission of these two scenes from the ending of the film, where we learn the irony of Sarah and Reese's final battle in true time-travel-paradox style. These scenes were also deemed unnecessary because their "payoff" was intellectual rather than emotional, and could be inferred without interrupting the emotional resolution of Sarah's ordeal."

Director James Cameron's audio commentary from the region 1 Special Edition and the region 2 Ultimate Edition of The Terminator:
"The Cyberdyne ending, where they find the chip and they find the hand, the Terminator's arm. The wreckage of the Terminator is still in the hydraulic press, so there is actual painfull evidence of some future technology here in the present. So we've laid that seed by the end of the film. I think that I would have loved to have kept that idea in the film, but you didn't need the scene at Cyberdyne where they find the chip. Because there were certainly, before the second film was release, people were trying to guess the story. And I heard many people say, "Well there's still still that Terminator crushed there. They could build another. Or did they repair it? Or something, you know." So people did remember that. Sometimes it's the question you don't answer or the thing you don't say that gets the audience leaning forward into that state."

Comments
A great ending that shows the irony of fate. The machine being destroyed in the factory where it all would start for it.
The time loop is created. John Connor has to send his father back in order to be conceived, and SKYNET has to send back the Terminator so it can be created from its own technology.

Status
The footage of this scene can be found on the Special Edition DVD's and the Ultimate Edition DVD of The Terminator.
This sequence also appears in the scripts for the movie and in the novelization by Randall Frakes and Bill Wisher (though be it in some kind of alternate way in which the manager and assistant decide to keep the future technology for themselves so they can start their own company; Cyberdyne Systems).

Source
The Terminator script, Fourth Draft, April 20, 1983:

257     INT. FACTORY - DAWN                                    257

        CLOSE ON the side rail of an ambulance gurney SNAPPING UP
        into position.  Sarah's eyes are closed and she is moved
        OUT OF FRAME.

        WIDE SHOT, showing the gurney being rolled by TWO ATTENDANTS
        past the site of the last explosion.
        SEVERAL POLICE OFFICERS are picking through the debris.

        PANNING WITH THE GURNEY as it is wheeled out, holding on
        TWO FACTORY EMPLOYEES, F.G.
        One, the PLANT MANAGER, bends to examine a piece of the
        cyborg lying at the base of the hydraulic press.
        A COP, B.G., notices this.

                                COP
                      Look, I told you not to
                      touch anything until we're
                      done.  You got that?

                                MANAGER
                      Sure thing, officer.

        He stands and palms a small object to HIS ASSISTANT.  They
        step around the corner.

                                ASSISTANT
                      What is it?

                                MANAGER
                      Microcomputer chassis.  But
                      I've never seen stuff like
                      this anywhere.

                                ASSISTANT
                      Weird.  Jap stuff, maybe?

                                MANAGER
                      Keep it out of sight and
                      get it down to R and D
                      Monday, first thing.

                                ASSISTANT
                      Good idea.

                                               CUT TO:


258     EXT. BUILDING - DAWN                                   258

        Sarah is being lifted into the ambulance.  She looks
        up as the doors are latched shut.

        TILT UP to follow her gaze.
        The sign above the entrance of the building reads:

        CYBER DYNAMICS CORPORATION


The Terminator script, Fifth Draft, March 19, 1984 revision pages:

257	INT. FACTORY - DAWN	257

CLOSE ON the side rail of an ambulance gurney SNAPPING UP into position.  Sarah's eyes are
closed and she is moved OUT OF FRAME.

WIDE SHOT

showing the gurney being rolled by TWO ATTENDANTS past the site of the last explosion.
SEVERAL POLICE OFFICERS are picking through the debris.

PANNING WITH THE GURNEY as it is wheeled out, holding on TWO FACTORY EMPLOYEES, F.G.
One, the PLANT MANAGER, bends to examine a piece of the cyborg lying at the base of the
hydraulic press.
A COP, B.G., notices this.

COP
Look, I told you not to touch anything until we're done. You got that?

MANAGER
Sure thing, officer.

He stands and palms a small object to HIS ASSISTANT.  They step around the corner.

ASSISTANT
What is it?

MANAGER
Microcomputer chassis.  But I've never seen stuff like this anywhere.

ASSISTANT
Weird.  Jap stuff, maybe?

MANAGER
Keep it out of sight and get it down to R and D Monday, first thing.

ASSISTANT
Good idea.

CUT TO:


258	EXT. BUILDING - DAWN	258

Sarah is being lifted into the ambulance.
She closes her eyes, drifting into unconsciousness.

TILT UP as the ambulance door is closed.
The sign above the entrance of the building reads:

CYBERDYNE SYSTEMS
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