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None of the violence is graphic. There is no gore.

A fight between Peterson and Helstrom which causes a fire. Peterson dies, although not from flames.

Denham and Englehorn are taken hostage by mutineers.

The crew throw Helstrom overboard.

Englehorn and Charlie attack a charging triceratops.

Denham shoots at an enraged giant bear.

A fight between Kong and the giant bear.

Kong accidentally shoots himself.

A fight between Kong and a dinosaur.

A dinosaur eats a man.

An earthquake destroys Skull Island.

Insults: "big dummy" (1 instance) "big rummy" (1) "old tramp" (2) "rat" (1)

Profanity: "blasted" (2 instances) "holy mackerel" (1)

There is a considerable amount of tobacco smoking.

There is some alcohol drinking. Both Peterson and Helstrom get drunk.

Canada:PG (Ontario) / Finland:K-7 (2013) / Finland:K-16 (1934) / Iceland:L / Netherlands:14 (original rating) (1934) / UK:A (original rating) / USA:Passed (National Board of Review) / USA:Approved (certificate #1339-R) (1936 Re-Release)

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