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Barnacle Bill
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Parents Guide for
All at Sea (1957) More at IMDbPro »Barnacle Bill (original title)

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There is very little violence and none of it is graphic.

In an opening montage, a man is shown being cooked in a pot by cannibals and there is a brief sea battle.

Two fishermen are stung by poisonous fish and pass out.

Figg intentionally drops mud on a small boat to sink it.

One man bops another on the head.

There are a two instances of very mild profanity and two mild insults.

1 instance each of "blazes", "bunts", "poor devil", "scoundrel"

Captain Ambrose uses the term "ugly old hooker" in reference to his pier. This is the nautical term and not the derogatory term.

There is tobacco smoking throughout, mostly by extras. Captain Ambrose smokes a pipe.

There is drinking throughout. Both Captain Ambrose and a passenger get drunk twice and Mrs. Barrington once. In the final scene nearly everyone is drunk.

Etc.: Captain Ambrose vomits over the side of a ship.


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