Jason and the Argonauts
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Sex & Nudity

Hercules makes a mildly explicit comment about enjoying the company of women who might be encountered on an island the argonauts explore. The priestess of Hecate performs a somewhat suggestive dance in a revealing dress.

Violence & Gore

A number of incidents of fighting violence. Multiple sword fights. Skeleton warriors stab to death two argonauts; in one case, blood is shown on the sword. A stab wound (not gory) is shown on Jason. A mariner falls to his death from the ship's crow's nest. An argonaut is crushed to death by a falling statute. Two harpies (flying monsters) repeatedly attack an old man. Hydra (many-headed monster) attacks Jason and is killed by sword piercing.

Profanity

None.

None.

Many suspenseful moments. Harpies attack with screams; hydra is terrifying beast; skeleton warriors are meant to terrify; the titan Talos shakes ship to pieces as men fall into water. Older special effects detract from the terror for contemporary audiences, but scenes will be intense for some (especially children).

Suggested MPAA rating: PG for some battle sequences/violence and intense moments

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Certification:
Australia:G / Canada:G (Manitoba/Nova Scotia/Quebec) / Canada:PG (Ontario) / Finland:K-8 (uncut) (2000) / Finland:K-12 (cut) (1963) / Finland:K-16 (uncut) (1963) / Iceland:12 / Ireland:G / Norway:11 / Singapore:PG / Spain:T / Sweden:11 / UK:U (passed with cuts) / USA:Approved (PCA #20139) / USA:G (re-rating) / West Germany:12

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