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Meet Me in St. Louis
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At the beginning, a little girl is wearing wet white clothes that are transparent and you can see her buttocks through them.

Two mild kisses.

A little girl cuts her lip. You couldn't even tell if they didn't point it out.

A woman punches a man repeatedly, then bites his right hand.

None. The most swearing in this movie is when a man says "There will be H to pay" (He only says the letter H, not even the actual word)

A little girl sings a song about being drunk.

There is a scene where a little girl is walking in the street at night on halloween that could possibly be frightening to little kids watching this movie.

The youngest Smith child becomes increasingly upset over moving to New York and finally flies into a rage towards the end of the film, when she runs outside and smashes some of her snowmen with a stick, screaming, "I'd rather kill them if we can't take them with us!" One of the elder Smith daughters runs out after her and attempts to soothe her sobbing younger sister, only to begin crying as well and the sisters hug and cry together with their father watching on. It is a highly emotional scene.

Argentina:Atp / Australia:G / Canada:G (Ontario) / Canada:PG (video rating) / Finland:S / France:Tous publics / Germany:0 (DVD rating) / Iceland:L / Netherlands:AL / New Zealand:G / Sweden:Btl / UK:U / USA:Approved (PCA #10050) / USA:TV-G (TV rating) / USA:Passed (The National Board of Review)

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