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None, this is a G-rated family film.

Cartoon violence, mostly. George is attacked by flying sprockets at one point and his fingers are later seen bandaged.

Mr. Spacely purposely pulls out Rudy 2's wires, deactivating him.

None, this is a G-rated family movie. Mostly just name-calling from Spacely to George.

None. Again, G-rated family film.

There is a scene of the machines going haywire. George is later seen with bandages on his fingers and Elroy has a bandage on his arm.

George finally stands up to his tyrant boss.

Mr. Spacely is a very mean boss who treats George like a chew-toy and screams at him a lot. However, kids will probably find him more funny than intimidating.

There's a very frantic scene where Spacely, not knowing the Jetsons were underground, starts the drilling bore, causing a massive rock slide. Elroy dashes to save a Grungie when he becomes buried under a pile of boulders. He is saved and seemingly unharmed, but it's quite emotional.

Australia:G / Brazil:Livre / Canada:G (Manitoba/Nova Scotia/Quebec) / Canada:F (Ontario) / Germany:0 / Iceland:L / Ireland:G / Netherlands:AL / New Zealand:G / Singapore:G / Spain:T / UK:U / USA:G (certificate #30560)

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