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A girl is seen jumping out of the shower (only her bare back is shown; nothing explicit.)

In the "Casey at the Bat" segment, several women swoon over the titular character whose smile causes them to giggle and faint. Casey is also briefly seen reading a magazine with a girl in lingerie on the cover.

In the "All the Cats Join In" segment, a pencil draws a teenage boy a dance partner, but he doesn't want to dance with her because her butt is big. She shouts at the pencil and it erases some of her butt to make it smaller.

A man constantly tries to harpoon a whale and eventually succeeds.

As Mephistopholes, Willie the Whale is dressed as Satan and there is fire all around him on the stage. Some frightened firemen stand in the front row with their knees shaking.

The bar fight scene mentioned below/

A man picks up a cigarette and briefly smokes it off screen

Some young children may be upset when Willie the Whale is harpooned. However, his spirit is later seen singing peacefully in heaven.

In the "Johnny Fedora and Alice Bluebonnet" segment, Johnny is taken into a seedy bar where a bar fight ensues; the following things occur: one man hits another over the head with a strap and the other man shoots him off screen, silhouetted people are seen punching each other and screams are heard, Johnny dodges bullets fired off screen and the police arrive and club everybody on the head before arresting them.

The wolf in the "Peter and the Wolf" segment may frighten some children. as he growls at and chases after the main characters with the intent of eating them. At one point, it is apparent that he has devoured a duck. However, it is later revealed that she was just hiding.

BBFC - (U): very mild slapstick violence.

Australia:G / Finland:K-8 / New Zealand:G / Norway:A / Sweden:15 / UK:U / USA:Approved (PCA #10562, General Audience)

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