Witness for the Prosecution
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There is a brief scene where a woman is harassed by a group of men and has one of the legs of her pants ripped off in order to expose her bare legs.

A woman stabs a man, killing him. There is no blood and it is not shown in graphic detail.

Three uses of D*mn and one D*mned. One religious exclamation, Lord.

There is smoking of cigars throughout the film.

There is one instance where a man does a few shots at the bar, but he is not shown to be acting drunkenly or out of the ordinary.

Before the courtroom case starts, a man is given medicine to take at various times in the courtroom. He also receives regular shots from his doctor throughout the course of the case, having recently suffered the results of a severe heart attack including a coma. His nurse gives him a thermos of cocoa to take the medicine with. It is shown that his valet replaces the thermos of cocoa with another thermos of brandy from his briefcase. It is revealed at the end of the movie that the nurse knew he had been drinking brandy from the thermos all along.

In a flash back sequence to wartime Germany, a ceiling falls onto a man lying on a bed, hurting his head.

A woman picks up a knife from the table in the courtroom and stabs a man in the stomach with it, killing him in moments


Certification:
Argentina:16 / Australia:G / Finland:K-16 / Netherlands:14 (original rating) (1958) / Spain:T / Sweden:15 / UK:U / USA:Approved (PCA #18704) / West Germany:12

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