The Madmen of Mandoras
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None. G-Rated in this category. Even the dancer in a Spanish cantina is modestly dressed.

Slight gore (a little blood) when a character is shot. A potentially disturbing (even if not especially realistic) scene at the climax features an obvious wax replica of Hitler's head melting in a fire. .

A couple of characters smoke cigarettes, as was common in 1963. Characters drink alcoholic beverages in a bar setting. No drunkenness.

None, with the possible exception of Hitler's head burning and melting.


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