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Some kissing

There's a scene where one young man walks into a room and abruptly slugs another in the face, giving him a nosebleed.

A man loads a gun and plans to shoot a horse. The horse is saved when his new owner jumps on his back and takes off on him, but the man shoots after them both anyway. No one is hit.

A man grabs another man's gun and hits him in the face, knocking him down, which leads to a brief scuffle.

Three different women fall off their horses, and one gets badly hurt and ends up in a neck brace because she fractured her neck.

If any, it's very mild.

An under-aged young man both smokes and drinks inspite of the rules where he works, and at one point he and some friends go to a bar.

A small boy rides off on his horse alone at night, and a fierce wolf scares the horse. The boy later nearly gets hurt on a ledge, but is saved.

A horse is shown to be starved thin because his owner blamed him for an accident that hurt his wife. The horse is saved however.


MPAA:
Rated PG for a brief scene of mild violence
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