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Male members of a ballet troupe have exaggerated bulges (6" cod pieces) showing through their pants.

A calendar shows a woman's breast very briefly.

A woman looking in through an open window has exaggeratedly large cleavage.

A man says he can't bring his wife to orgasm and is given an "Anal Intruder" device which he later uses and impales himself upon. However the use is not actually shown but is implied by a conversation in a later scene that indicated that he died while using it.

A woman's cleavage is placed in front of a man's face, causing him to have an erection. This is not shown but implied in a comical manner (the man is trapped inside a crushed car and the radio antenna extends).

A man and woman are seen kissing and groping, and it is implied they have sex; and while they are obviously naked, no critical areas are seen.

A man in a prison cell holds a box on his lap that is labeled, "The ANAL INtruder" which is filled with various sex toy attachments that fit on the end of an electric, hand held motor driven device. One end piece is removed in favor of a large fist attachment. The man closes the box and in a hurried fashion goes back to his room to rest (implied he is leaving to try the device).

Two men are in a cow costume at one point in the film. There are two scenes, played for comedy, from a calf and a bull. When the calf confuses the costume as a real cow, it starts suckling on the udder. The guy in the hind end of the cow starts reacting as if he's receiving oral sex. Later, a bull sees the "cow" and attempts breeding. The man is seen later limping.vice

There are war scenes involving gunfire and grenades, and a fistfight. Both are meant to be comical, rather than realistic.

"Asshole" is said once, two uses of "bitchin'", and "hell" a couple of times.

A scientist says to Nick, " if they find out you've seen this, your life will be worth less than a truck load of dead rats in a tampon factory".

Nick sings a VERY romantically and sexually suggestive song, with sexual references, on stage, to what looks like a young girl of perhaps 12 years of age. In 1984 when this was filmed this type of humor must have been more widely accepted. Certainly in bad taste today.

A high-class restaraunt serves alcohol.

Many characters, including a cow, are seen smoking cigarettes.

Nick is poured a glass of champagne that melts the glass. (poison)


Suggested MPAA Rating: PG-13 for crude and sexual humor, some language, and comic violence.

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