Geoff Wright discusses the many problems with the editing of the American and European versions of LEGEND.
Sean Murphy (one of the LEGEND FAQ maintainers) wrote an article on LEGEND called Fairy Dust : Reconstructing LEGEND for Video Watchdog Magazine, issue #29. The LEGEND article, as it appeared in Video Watchdog, is 13 pages long with 6 pictures and contains an indepth analysis of the American, European, Television, and French Widescreen versions of LEGEND.
I originally transcribed the American Version of LEGEND, using the laserdisc, and this became the template of the other three shot-by-shot breakdowns. I have not gone back and corrected these documents. I present them here for really obsessive LEGEND fans like me. - Sean Murphy
James T. Price wrote his paper for a college English class called Legends of Innocence.
Matthew Aitken wrote his disertation for his film degree at Aberystwyth University in Wales on Legend called LEGEND : Ridley Scott (The Remnants of a Masterpiece?).
Geoff Wright (one of the two LEGEND FAQ maintainers) wrote an article called Unnecessary Destruction : The Lost Films of Ridley Scott which concerns itself with a period in Ridley Scott's career when he was severely censored by overly conservative, timid distributors to the detriment of such films as "Blade Runner" and "Legend".
Sean Murphy writes about the production history of the LEGEND DVD.