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Since the beliefs that parents want to instill in their children can vary greatly, we ask that, instead of adding your personal opinions about what is right or wrong in a film, you use this feature to help parents make informed viewing decisions by describing the facts of relevant scenes in the title for each one of the different categories: Sex and Nudity, Violence and Gore, Profanity, Alcohol/Drugs/Smoking, and Frightening/Intense Scenes.
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Kissing and love.

Little John has big breasts in one scene. He increased his breasts size by coins. They become huge for a few seconds until coins fell out. One guard whistled at little John for having huge breasts.

One sport object fell inside Klucky's shirt in her breasts. But landed far away from her.

Klucky's got a wedgie near the end of the archery tournament.

Little John said"snatch his underwear" during the song that humiliated prince john.

The fight scenes during the archery tournament segment are done in a comedic matter and is tame.

There is a scene where Robin Hood is feared dead towards the end of the movie, as the characters believe that he was shot with a bow & arrow through the head while trying to escape.

Prince John is sometimes violent towards Sir Hiss; he smashes a mirror on Hiss' head (no blood shown), fists his head to which Hiss responds 'thank you sir', ties him up against a post (in a comedic manner) and kicks Hiss on the head while sleeping and as discipline for Hiss for hissing in John's foot.

There is a scene where Sir Hiss (the snake) is shoved into a barrel by Friar Tuck (the badger) and Alan-A-Dale (the rooster) containing an alcoholic substance. Sir hiss says he doesnt drink. He later appears drunk when Prince John gets him out of the barrel.

The final battle segment between Robin Hood and the guards can be a little too intense, but it is tame.

This motion picture is suitable for all audiences.

Children seen arguing.

Many scenes with felonious activities (mostly adults, however children as well)

Talk of hanging and dying. Noose seen being tied.

Crossbow arrow is shot and flys around bouncing off wall/ground missing spooked characters.

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