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You can see a soldier with blood on his face after a fight.

A man (willingly after failing to complete a mission) drowns with a sinking ship.

No drugs.

Lots of smoking (pipes, cigarettes, and cigars) and smoking references. For instance, two men walk into a restaurant full of smoke (from people smoking obviously) and take a deep breath and make comments about how they haven't smoked in days (submariners from the navy on leave and with a tobacco shortage caused by the war).

Also a moderately plentiful amount of drinking.

Nothing frightening.

A German spy's identity is found out by the British and he is trying to escape. Some of these scenes are slightly intense.

Argentina:13 / UK:U (passed with cuts) / USA:Approved (certificate #5703)

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