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Night and Day
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Parents Guide for
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No actual sex or nudity in this movie. There are examples of period bathing suits and broadway stage costumes that at times can be fairly abbreviated and revealing yet tame by todays standards.

Virtually none in this movie.

Virtually none.

Smoking is prevalent and commonplace.

Drinking is common in many scenes, especially champagne at parties.

One character in particular is seen drunk in 2 or more scenes but it is played off in a joking and upbeat manner.

A character is seen having a horse riding accident, although injuries are apparent, the severity of the injuries are not seen or shown visually.

Doctors are seen getting ready for surgery several times. The patient is seen at least once being put to sleep in preparation for surgery but NO actual surgery is shown in the scenes.


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