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Woman shown wearing extremely low-cut corset. Suggestively flirting with Gene Wilder.

Includes scenes of fist-fighting, shooting and killing.

Takes the name of Deity in vain at least once. The name of God and Christ is blasphemed several times throughout - includes terms like 'GD', 'for Christ's sake' and so on. Mostly said by Harrison Ford's character.

At least one use of h**l. There is a reference to 'a whore with big tits'. Abusive terms such as 'bastard' and 'arsehole' occur frequently. Other profane words used include 'balls' and 'shit'.

One man describes himself as a Whore Monger.

A few profanities are spoken by a Jewish rabbi. Such as She-It, which is his way of pronouncing Shit.

Arvin takes some kind of drug most likely Peyote while with the Native Americans, he later passes out.

Many characters drink Alcohol or Beer.

A man is beaten and robbed in a Wagon, later he is thrown out and forced to run back and collect his things.

A shootout on a beach leaves two dead and one wounded near the end.

A man is challenged to a duel.

Australia:PG / Finland:K-16 / France:Tous publics / Netherlands:12 / Sweden:15 / UK:A (original rating) / UK:PG (1987) / USA:PG (certificate #25646) / West Germany:12

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