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Three Little Pigs
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Fifer Pig and Fiddler Pig don't wear pants and they have their butts shown as they are dancing, running away from the wolf and hiding under a bed.

The wolf blows down both of the pigs houses and tries to eat them.

The wolf tries to climb down a chimney but falls in the boiling pot and jumps out and runs away.

G (The violence is the same as the story, and the first two movies of Rugrats is rated G, so this should be rated G)


Certification:
Argentina:Atp / Portugal:M/4 / USA:Passed (National Board of Review)

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