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Sullivan's Travels
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Veronica Lake is seen showering twice in the movie. During the first time, she is visible through a clear shower curtain while covered in lather. A closer look reveals that the actress is wearing a bikini. In another scene, she showers while her upper chest is visible, with some cleavage.

A studio executive tells a director that his film has "a little sex" in it.

In a movie within a movie, two characters fight each other on a moving train. One man shoots the other at close range multiple times. We see blood coming out of his mouth. The wounded man then tries to strangle him.

A man is killed by an oncoming train. His body is not shown.

Australia:PG / Finland:K-16 / South Korea:12 (2004) / Sweden:15 / Sweden:11 (re-release) / UK:A (original rating) / UK:PG (re-rating) (2000) / USA:Not Rated / USA:Approved (PCA #7382) / USA:TV-G (TV rating)

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