Chitty Chitty Bang Bang
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A man dances with his wife in one scene; his wife is dressed provocatively and certain dance moves are provocative. Not explicit.

There are multiple scenes involving mild, slapstick violence, all played for laughs.

The Baron makes multiple attempts to murder his wife including shooting at her with a gun and nearly impaling her with a falling stake.

Several dogs invade a factory, knocking people and vats of liquid over. One bites a man on the butt.

The Baron's ship shoots cannonballs at the heroes in their car but nobody gets hit.

Two men are tossed out of an airship into the sea. They cry out that they will drown but are later shown to have reached shore safely.

The climax in which the children revolt against the Baron and his court involves a lot of slapstick such as guards slipping on wine, the Baron getting lifted into the air by a hook etc. No one is injured but a lot of people scream.

When Grandpa says (of Mr. Coggins) "...wouldn't light your pipe if his house was on fire", often times his pronunciation of "house" is misinterpreted as "ass"

Smoking and drinking takes place at the king's birthday party, it is seemed to suggest that some members may be drunk.

A man talks about burning an old car that two children play on in great detail. He then snidely remarks that if they don't be quiet, he'll murder them (it is said more comically than threateningly)

A car is shown driving off a cliff with four people in it, falling towards the sea for several seconds. However, the car sprouts wings and flies into the air.

The Child Catcher with his greasy, black hair and big wonky nose may frighten some young children. In one scene, he pushes two children into his caged wagon and laughs manically as they cry to be let out.

Australia:G / Australia:G (DVD rating) / Finland:S / Iceland:L / Ireland:G / Netherlands:AL / Norway:7 (original rating) / Norway:5 (video rating) / Portugal:M/6 / Singapore:PG / Sweden:11 (original rating) / Sweden:Btl (cut) (1969) / UK:U / USA:G (Approved No. 21682) / West Germany:0

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