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Sex & Nudity

  • One scene features some risque dancing and clothing in a Victorian era strip tease performance. although no nudity.
  • Lyrics in a song appear risque; a phrase says "I'll take off all my blues," which is more significant considering the singer's costume is all blue.

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Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • There are several instances that involve smoking and alcohol. A few characters become intoxicated. One character is drugged while another character mentions a drug being in a drink.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • Ratigan and his henchmen often appear as menacing. There are a couple of "scare" moments that may frighten the youngest children.
  • Ratigan's cat ate one of his henchman for insulting ratigan.
  • The bat looks pretty scary.
  • Two of the main characters are put in a deathtrap waiting for it to kill them when a record player is finished playing a recording. At the last moment, one of the characters manages to snap the other out of his depression and inspire him to devise a way to escape, which is completely successful. suggestive rating
  • BBFC - (U): very mild threat, violence, scenes of smoking.


The Parents Guide items below may give away important plot points.

Violence & Gore

  • One character falls to his presumed death. Several antagonistic characters are non-graphically killed.The climax is intense for Disney and involves a harsh beating, with visible injury. Plus in the final battle, Ratigan goes completely insane and looks like it.

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