Starchaser: The Legend of Orin
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Sex & Nudity

None per se, but one scene involves Dagg re-programming Silica by adjusting her personality circuts that are located in her behind, against her will. It's rape by any given name.


Violence & Gore

The Mine Guard's lightwhips causes burn marks. One old man is being killed by one.

The man-droids are about to dismember one man.

Most of the violence is done to robots and cyborgs.

The man-droids end up being cut in half, impaled and shot in half.

One robot shoots its own head.

One robot is cut in half and fall into the lava.



Some mild profanities, like perverted, twit and "son of a bitch".

Dagg gives racial remarks to some smugglers.


Only that Dagg always has a half smoked cigar in his mouth.


The scene with the man-droids is genuinely scary. The man-droids are cyborgs composed by cybernetics and human body-parts who hunts organics for new body parts to use.

We see the surviving man-droid approaching his slain leader with a scissor a disturbing grin.



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Australia:G / UK:PG / USA:PG (certificate #27782)

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