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Parents Guide for
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Some mild dialogue.

Ray Milland's character has a propensity to sit in his wheelchair nude.

The frogs are naked.

Sam Elliott's large package can be seen through his tight jeans

Some brief blood.

Dead bodies are seen (most of the deaths are off-screen).

A silly old lady in a tangerine-colored dress gets bitten by a snake.

Fake superimposed birds attack nothing.

Lizards in the greenhouse are gassed alive.

'Damn, ass'. Hell

Ray Milland's character says, "damn, ass and hell many times. He also says, "crawdad," "my career is over," "where's my Oscar to remind me I'm a movie star," "touch me in the morning, then just walk away."

Some drinking.

One man drives a boat and imbibes beer. Later, we see him guzzling straight vodka. Later, he shoots up with heroin and eats several frogs because he thinks they're delicacies.

The attacks could be frightening to some viewers.

A frog croaks, many times.

An alligator opens its mouth. Ray Milland's double chin shakes when he speaks.

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