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Couple in bed nude, both shown from torsos up in multiple shots. Her breasts are visible for a few seconds.

A line of male prisoners are shown bathing. Each is fully nude, shown full and clearly from front and rear being bathed.

Some sexual jokes as well as gags such as, a woman said when she was in Egypt she found out you could slip ropes by moving like a cobra. (her and another man are tied together on the ground) As soon as she starts doing this the man she is tied up with starts to sing quite loudly. She states: "Aww something is moving." It is implied he is getting an erection. This scene is funny and none sexual. A few kisses one passionate and implied sex on a couples wedding night. (only implied)

Dueling scene with pistols: One man shot in hand, the other shot in the chest. Duel challenges: men slapping other men in the face with gloves. Soldiers training for battle. Man falls down a steep hill. Soldiers are taken prisoner by opposing forces.

Damns are mostly used with the occasional bastard and hell.

References to wine in script. Characters drink wine in taverns and at home, but don't really get drunk.

The duel is violent and intense.

Rated R for some sexuality/nudity and violence

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