A Charlie Brown Christmas
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Very mild. Lucy talks romantically to another boy as she leans suggestively on his toy piano

First scene has a little cartoon violence involving Charlie Brown being thrown into the air and bumps right into a tree and snow collapses right on him. But there's nothing any more violent than that. Lucy also threatens to punch her brother by holding her fist up at him

Four or five uses of the word "stupid" and one of "blockhead"

Charlie Brown hangs a huge ornament on a small tree, resulting in Charlie Brown feeling very sad. The ending song could make some viewers cry.

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