To Wong Foo Thanks for Everything, Julie Newmar
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The three main leads are drag queens so there is suggestive material throughout

A few sexual references - very mild stuff

One character is almost sexually assaulted by a police officer but is stopped.

Another character is almost similarly sexually assaulted by a group of men.


A few verbal fights and altercations between characters

A wife is physically abused by her husband - you never see the actual action but there are moments of aftermath and a scene where she has been hurt.

Some very close sexual assaults but it is only suggestive and very brief.

Vida intervenes when Virgil is abusing Carol Ann, and punches him in the face. Then we hear what sounds like blows landing, a lamp breaking and Virgil is thrown out of the house.


A few derogatory terms, some are racial and some are homophobic.


Hardly any at all.

One character goes to a bar to drink.


Some of the domestic violence scenes and the brief/suggestive scenes may become intense. The main leads being in drag aren't frightening or scary - they are played for comedic purposes and humor.


14/50 - it is a light comedy and despite a few sequences of intensity, it would be appropriate for persons over 12-13 years of age.

Rated PG-13 for subject matter involving men living in drag, a brief scene of spousal abuse and some language

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