The Adventures of Huck Finn
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Sex & Nudity


Violence & Gore

A man kidnaps his son and knocks an old woman to the ground while leaving.

Some characters are shot, others are shot at.

One of Huck's friends is killed in a feud.(we don't see the actual shooting, but we hear the gunshot, and we see him lying dead in the water)

Huck kills a boar, then wipes his blood on the wall.(This is far less gruesome than it sounds, but we still se the boar-blood)

Huck and another boy are engaged in a fistfight at the beginning. The other boy gets a bloody nose.


Quite a few uses of he--, used often by Huck.(mostly used as "He--'s bells")

Several uses of d--n.

One use of "bloody", used by Huck.

Several mild British exclamations.

A boy calls another boy a "lard a--".

Men are very often seen drinking alcohol.

Two men get a man drunk to get information from him.

Twice Huck is seen smoking a pipe.

Tobacco is referenced once.

There are a good number of frightening scenes in this movie.

Huck's "pap" threatens to kill him, and nearly carries out the threat with a knife.

Huck and Jim come across a wrecked boat. They board it, and Huck overhears two men threatening to kill another men. A dead body, with a bullet hole shown in its forehead, falls on top of Jim. It is implied obviously that all three men die as the ship sinks.(Huck and Jim barely make it off)

A slave is whipped.(we just see the man swinging the whip, the impact is not shown)

Jim is soon after seen with several deep, long cuts in his back(from a whip).

Huck is shot at the end, and they make it look like he died. (He wakes up safe and sound)

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Rated PG for some mild violence and language

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