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Over butter brickle ice cream, Slaughter and Clay are talking about Slaughter's past. Slaughter recalls an island he saw during the war where there were women with long legs, flat stomachs, and round breasts that point...up. Clay asks, what do they wear ? Slaughter says, nothing !

The camera shows women's bottoms as they dance the twist.

Priest and his buddy pick a fight with Clay in a bar, a huge fight ensues. Slaughter comes in part way through the fight and lends a hand throwing bodies around. Clay ends up taking Slaughter outside for some air so he can catch his breath. Blood can be seen coming from Clay's mouth.

Clay hears of Slaughter being admitted to the hospital and immediately runs to find out the news.

Bobby Jo calls Maxwell Slaughter a number of nasty names like "fatty"," jelly belly", "balloon face" etc. although seemingly minor, Slaughter has spoken of his sadness regarding growing up a fat baby, a fat child, and being fat now.

She also calls him "porky", "jell belly" and "balloon head" after he says she is not his type.

She calls Slaughter a fat Randolph Scott.

Beer drinking several times throughout the movie

People get drunk are accused of driving under the influence.

Clay gets drunk in a bar after he hears his dog has died.

Maxwell Slaughter verbally traumatizes Bobby Jo by telling her she is going to a deep dark dank pit, a terrible place full of creatures that crawl and shriek in the night, dark as the devils soul and down you will go, lower and lower you'll go. First you'll hear the scratching of claws and the sounds of screams coming closer and closer. And do you know why ? Because you LIED !!

We see that Sgt. Clay has reenlisted and also see movers are packing materials out of Slaughters office. As Clay sits in Slaughters chair he remembers the story of the island. The scene has a sadness to it and may be somewhat melancholy for some viewers.

Germany:12 / Portugal:M/12 / Sweden:15 / UK:U (original rating) (cut)

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