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Rated PG for comic action and mild language.

None.

A man destroys a house. Wrecking it's furniture and throwing it at people. Violent and comical. PG

People fall through a bridge. G

A man with dishes falls down a flight of stairs on his back. PG

Bluto is very mean and threatens to kill a baby with an octopus. PG - PG-13

Much punching and fighting. PG

The film is very comical. Like the cartoon, sound-effects are used and are very comical.

A few uses of "damn" and "hell".

Popeye uses "shit" once.

Poopdeck Pappy repeats "Haul ass, haul ass" several times.

A few characters smoke, notably Popeye with his pipe.

Bluto is pretty mean, and there is a run in with a killer octopus near the end of the film - although there is nothing particularly frightening in this film.


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