Seven Brides for Seven Brothers
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This is set in the 1850's and has all the morality inherint to those times. (ie: No nudity or sex) There is one section where the girls dance in their underwear, however, as befits the times, this is pantaloons (to the knees) a chemise (short-sleeved top) with an underbust corset. There is no 'shape' to the breast area, nor is any of the clothing tight or revealing (other than the corset area being tight, but that isn't revealing at all).

There are a few fist-fights in this movie, including one between the brothers, one between the brothers and some townsmen, and one at a 'barnraising' where the brothers fight another lot of townsmen. At no time is there any gore, or blood (other than a couple of very minor scrapes). These are very minor parts of the movie, however, they may frighten very young viewers.

This is set in the 1850's and has all the morality inherint to those times. No profanity whatsoever, the 'worst' word said in the movie is 'damn'.

None. There is mention of 'chewin' tobacco' but that's it. There is one scene where Adam Pontipee (Howard Keel) - (the eldest brother) empties out his pipe, but I don't remember him actually smoking from it (although, in truth, he may - when I re-watch the movie I'll update).

There is one scene where the brothers 'kidnap' their girls, this is inherent to the movie and they realise they were wrong to do so. The girls are fine, they aren't hurt, and it all ends well, however, this may frighten very young viewers.

Argentina:Atp / Australia:G / Finland:S / Iceland:L / New Zealand:G / Peru:Apt / South Korea:All / Sweden:15 (original rating) / Sweden:11 (re-rating) (1963) / UK:U / UK:U (re-release) (2004) / USA:G / USA:Approved (PCA #16932) / USA:TV-G (TV rating) / USA:Passed (The National Board of Review) / West Germany:12 (nf)

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