Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
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The queen sends a huntsman to kill Snow White and bring back her heart inside a box as proof. The huntsman sneaks up on Snow White with a menacing look on his face and his dagger drawn. However, he decides to spare her and lets her run away.

Later, the queen tries to prove to the magic mirror that Snow White is dead by showing him a box that allegedly contains her heart (it's that of a pig). The heart is not seen, but the box has a picture of a heart with a dagger piercing through it.

The Queen falls off a cliff and giant rocks fall after her (suggesting she'll be crushed). Two vultures eagerly follow.

A poisoned apple is given to a girl to eat and she falls down, seemingly dead.

One of the dwarfs, Grumpy obviously doesn't like women and insults them on more than one occasion ("All females is poison")

One use of "Jiminy Cricket"

The Queen might seem very intense to young viewers.

The prolonged scene of the Queen brewing potions in a dark dungeon is scary.

Snow White gets lost in a spooky forest.There are shadowy figures and spooky eyes in the trees. Eventually we see they are those of forest animals.

This film is suitable for all ages. However, young children may be frightened by some scenes.


Certification:
Argentina:Atp / Australia:G / Brazil:Livre / Canada:G / Denmark:7 (DVD release) / Denmark:A (video premiere) / Denmark:7 (video re-release) / Finland:S / Germany:0 / Iceland:L / Ireland:G / New Zealand:G / Norway:A / Peru:PT / Portugal:M/4 (Qualidade) / Singapore:G / South Korea:All / Spain:T / Sweden:Btl / UK:U (re-rating) (1987) / UK:U (1964) (cut) / UK:A (original rating) (1938) / USA:Approved (PCA #3870) (original rating) / USA:G (re-rating) (1975) / West Germany:6

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