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Fiend Without a Face
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We see a woman taking a shower but the only skin showing is from the shoulders up (no cleavage.). She is behind a very fogy door so no nudity (you can only barley see her shape behind the door). She then wraps in a towel (revealing most of her legs and minor cleavage/shoulders) and walks out of the bathroom were a man, by accident, happens to be. She rushes back into the bathroom and comes out wearing a bathrobe (a fully modest bathrobe).

Several kisses.

Several people are killed by invisible (and visible, but late in the film) monsters.

Several monsters are killed by bullets (and an axe).

The remaining monsters decompose in the end.

A fight between two men.

Most of the violence (at least near the end of the film) is quite graphic, especially for the time.

One instance of mild religious profanity. ("heck")

Multiple instances of cigarette smoking.

The titular "fiend" is really scary.

The fiend's destruction is very graphic and scary, especially for 1950s standards.

Australia:PG / Canada:G (Quebec) / Finland:K-16 / Germany:12 (re-rating) / Iceland:12 / Netherlands:18 (original rating) (1958) / Sweden:(Banned) / UK:X (original rating) (passed with cuts) / UK:PG (re-rating) / USA:Approved / USA:Not Rated / West Germany:18

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