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Rape scene, but only the beginning and immediate aftermath of the attack are shown. Carroll Baker remains fully clothed.

No actual onscreen nudity; Carroll Baker is seen bathing in a tub, and is less than fully dressed in some scenes.

Baker's rooming-house neighbor, played by Jean Stapleton, is a woman of a decidedly coarse nature, possibly a prostitute, who is seen entertaining a sailor in her room at one point.

Rape scene in which the attacker forces Carroll Baker to the ground and gets on top of her. Scene fades out, then fades back in to show rapist getting up and leaving.

Carroll Baker's character attempts suicide by trying to jump off the Manhattan Bridge.

A drunken Ralph Meeker attempts to embrace Carroll Baker; Baker kicks Meeker in the face while he's on all fours, blinding him in one eye.

No profanities or "four-letter words" in the dialogue.

Several scenes of drunkenness involving the Ralph Meeker character.

Nighttime rape scene; attempted suicide on the Manhattan Bridge; a kick to the face; nightmare sequence featuring images of blank-faced schoogirls and the reappearance of the rapist.


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