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A baby is seen fully nude in a photograph, A young boy is seen bare-chested

A women wear dresses that reveal part of their bare chest and legs

A man tells a boy that he "Might even meet a girl

A young boy opens a gift and thinks that it's a pocketknife, the woman reassures his father that its only fingernail clippers and she tells the boy "It does have a blade though

A young boy hits another young boy in the face with a football

A man says that another mans son had returned home from war "In a box (implying that he died)

The skull of an animal is seen

A narrator says that their was a war going on during his childhood, A narrator says that as a child he was a "Target for the neighborhood bullies

A mans says that his dad was a war veteran and that he lost his leg during a battle

A boy says that another young boy can stick his head in a dog's mouth, A boys says that a young boy "Still wets his pants

A dog jumps onto the edge of a toilet seat and begins to drink from it

Willie (the dog's boy owner) strikes the dog in anger once, but feels remorse after.

A man strikes Skip with a shovel and inflicts wounds that require a veterinarian's care, almost taking the dog's life.

2 anatomical terms, name-calling (goofball, titty-baby), 1 exclamation (shoot), A man hands a young boy a book and says "There's cussing in it. 5 uses of hell, 3 uses of damn

A man and a woman smoke a cigar. There is childhood use of chewing tobacco on the part of one character, mostly in the first half of the movie

Making Willie pass an initiation test of sorts, some bullies have Willie spend the night in the old cemetery (after telling him about a witch who's buried there) while some lighting flashes. Later, that night (and as some scary music plays), Willie sees some images moving through some light and fog/smoke.

This Film is Very Sad and Makes You Cry if you Love Dogs.


MPAA:
Rated PG for some violent content and mild language

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