Richard Pryor: Live in Concert
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Considerable sexual humor. Some of it very crude and descriptive. Words such as "fuck", "pussy", "cum", and "orgasm" are used in the descriptions.

Richard Pryor grabs his crotch a few times onstage.

Some jokes about violence that are for the most part very silly and lighthearted and some very silly onstage slapstick.

Lots of bad language from beginning to end with words such as fuck(several sexual uses), motherfucker, shit, ass, asshole, bitch, son of a bitch, pussy, piss, dick, peckerhead, crap, damn, goddamn, and balls and nuts(for male genitals).

In terms of racial language, the "n" word is used very casually.

About 2 mild alcohol references and 1 brief reference to cocaine. Much fewer alcohol and drug references than in Richard Pryor's later concert films.


Suggested MPPA rating: R for pervasive language and crude and sexual humor.


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