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Suggested Rating: PG for Mild Rude Humor and Innuendo. There is no sex, nudity or kissing.

When planning a marriage, a woman refuses to have a honeymoon and implies the marriage will never be consummated. This causes the man to be disappointed, as he wants children.

A man accidentally tears the back of a woman's dress so her underwear is exposed. They panic and he has to get right behind her so they can leave, causing people to laugh.

A man is taking a shower. A woman takes his clothes and gets rid of them in order to make him stay. Later, he threatens to drag her from her shower but changes his mind.

A man dressed in a negligee exclaims he has "gone gay all of a sudden!".

A silhouette of a belly dancer is shown at a circus.

In a comedic scene, a woman makes up a story about a man being promiscuous and implies they are in a relationship.

A dog and leopard fight each other violently but it isn't bloody.

Brief cigar and cigarette smoking.

A woman comically suggests accusing a man of being a drug addict.

A leopard escapes. A woman tries to find it. Later she is seen with a leopard that is aggressive. The leopard is not the right one. The leopard does not harm anyone but this might be frightening for very young children.

Argentina:Atp / Australia:G / Canada:PG (Ontario) / Canada:G (video rating) / Finland:S / Netherlands:AL (original rating) (1938) / Portugal:M/6 (DVD rating) / Sweden:Btl / UK:U (passed with cuts) / USA:TV-G / USA:Not Rated / USA:Approved (PCA #3752) / West Germany:6 (nf) (cut)

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