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The 2 pigs butt outlines can be seen as they don't wear pants.

The little wolfs pants can be seen falling down as he tries to blow the horn.

The big wolfs pants can be seen falling down as he blows the hard real hard.

The 3 little wolves can be seen attacking the big wolf with their slingshot pebbles.

The 3 little wolves can be seen attacking the 2 pigs with the knife and butcher knife and wrestling them.

The big wolf gets attacked by the pig throwing a tomato at his face and later he falls into the trap called the Wolf Pacifier which attacks him with rolling pins hitting his head, the boot kicking him in the rear end and boxing gloves punching his face. Also he gets tarred and feathered before being launched out of the cannon.

The scene where the 2 pigs are about to be cooked in the fire may be a little scary for little kids.


Certification:
USA:Approved (PCA #1677)

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