"Little House on the Prairie"
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There is some (very little) romantic flirting and kissing.

In one episode, the girls are skinny dipping, and a couple of (unnamed) boys hide behind bushes. Bare shoulders is the only skin that is shown.

More sensitive issues are occasionally covered - as in a season-six episode concerning rape and teenage pregnancy.

Set in the American west, so there are occasions of guns being used in hunting situations and sometimes in defense.

A few gunshots where blood is shown on clothing.

Some situations of prejudice which involve a Native American getting shot.

An episode when a character gets a severely infected leg may be a little tough for some people.

An episode covers a plague of typhus. This contains some moderate gore.

One episode contains a sexual assault. nothing is actually shown, but the lead up is filmed like an 1980s horror movie. The assaulter is wearing a harlequin mask and is quite creepy. There are several stalking-like moments in this episode too. This is the one episode that may not be suitable for kids.

Nothing worse than "hell" and "damn" or its variations.

Occasionally, episodes contain people with drinking problems - namely whiskey.

Two episodes cover the issue of drug abuse; like addiction to morphine.

Charles smokes a pipe fairly regularly in early seasons.

Occasional (very rarely), rolled up cigarettes are smoked by minor characters.

There are scenes which focus on grave danger. These can be intense.

Argentina:Atp / Australia:G (some episodes) / Australia:PG (some episodes) / Canada:G / Finland:K-18 (DVD) (2007) (self applied) / Netherlands:6 / Singapore:PG / UK:12 (2 episodes) / UK:U (some episodes) / UK:PG (some episodes) / USA:TV-PG / USA:TV-G (some epiosodes)

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