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Dead Ringer
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A couple of kisses. A man kisses a woman's chest and reaches to unbutton her shirt, but she pushes him away.

A gun is briefly shown pressed against a character's temple. The audience doesn't see or hear the actual shot, but the corpse is shown throughout the following scene, albeit without any discernible blood or wound.

One woman slaps another, and knocks her down into a chair.

A man slaps and pushes a woman around.

A character grabs a hot poker out of the fireplace and screams in pain.

A dog attacks a character. The dog knocks the character down, and keeps them pinned down as it snarls and snaps; blood is shown running down the character's face. The next scene, the audience is informed that the character has died.

One use of "d**n." About five uses of "h*ll."

One of the main characters smokes cigarettes almost incessantly.

One of the main characters owns a bar. It's used as a setting in a few scenes, but the focus is never on the alcohol.



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