Baby: Secret of the Lost Legend
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There are quite a few scenes of "natural" tribal nudity - bare breasts. (At beginning during parade; ~0:22:03+ men's buttocks, then topless women.)

A man is in wet underwear which clings to his hip region, including penis. The sides/back are somewhat see-through. (0:39:33+)

There is a passionate scene between the main characters - breasts are seen, kissing, lying on one another. Pants remain on. (~0:55:45+)

Several innuendos throughout.

Some threat. Characters are killed in a non-graphic fashion. There are scenes of gunfire and bow-and-arrow attacks. Some are violent and result in bloody aftermath. An animal is shot out of cruelty.

Minor, save for two instances: the word "bitch" is uttered, once by a character who yells (because they are in a helicopter) "I'd whip the bitch". - in reference to his wife.

The main characters drink something that some tribesmen give them, then say they are "feeling weird" Several characters are smoking cigarettes throughout.

The "baby" (dinosaur) is endangered as it is pursued by poachers. Kids may be scared by these scenes.

Australia:PG / Australia:G (TV rating) / Canada:PG (Ontario) / Finland:K-12 / France:Tous publics / Iceland:14 (original rating) / Iceland:12 (video rating) / Sweden:11 / UK:PG / USA:PG (certificate #27646) / West Germany:12

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