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There is talk in the film about Tramp being a "playboy" of sorts. *spoiler start: Jim and Dear's baby gets a butt Crack at the end of the film by the puppies. Oddly, the baby isn't wearing diaper. So it shows the bare butt.

Tramp is fighting other dogs. It's shown mainly by shadows only. The Tramp chases them all off. Tramp fights with a rat and kills it

None, although the Siamese cats could be considered something of an outdated racial stereotype (but even then this is not explicit or degrading in any way).

Jim is briefly seen smoking a pipe.

The rat going after the baby may be frightening for young children. Near the end one of the dogs may seem to have died, although he appears in a later scene with only a cast on his leg. There is a scene in a dog pound where a small dog is taken into a room marked "Keep Out," where it is implied that he is euthanized.

Argentina:Atp / Australia:G / Canada:G (video rating) / Finland:S / Iceland:L / Ireland:G / Peru:PT / Portugal:M/6 / South Korea:All / Spain:T / Sweden:Btl / UK:U / USA:Approved (certificate #17122) (original rating) / USA:G (re-rating) (1971) / West Germany:0 / West Germany:6 (nf)

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