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(1969–2006)

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Sex & Nudity

  • Three episodes involve animals wearing beach outfits.
  • A wolf can be seen bare chested in several episodes, while in some episodes his pink panties with pictures of flowers can be seen.
  • In episode 20, a Playwolf poster showing a topless wolf woman can clearly be seen for several seconds. However, her chest is covered over with flowers, so her breasts are not seen at all.

Violence & Gore

  • This series contains lots of mild cartoon but slapstick violence, as a wolf attempts to attack a hare constantly, using various methods. Very similar to "Tom & Jerry".
  • Several random animals are involuntarily exposed to some of the "violent" acts committed by the wolf, while some other animals attack him. It all depends on the episode, but is all played with humor.
  • The wolf can also be exposed to comical accidents, like falling from heights, crashing with vehicles and getting hit by various items. Depends on the episode.

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Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • Most of the episodes have a wolf smoking at least one cigarette. In a few episodes, any other animals can be seen doing the same.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • In episode 17, an innocent hare transforms into a monster which attempts to attack a wolf. This is soon revealed to be the wolf's nightmare, and the monster appears in what looks like a horror movie on TV.
  • Unless you count with the nightmare sequence from episode 17, there is nothing to be afraid of as the entire "Nu, pogodi!" series is mostly slapstick and humorous similar to "Tom & Jerry", and is suitable for everybody.

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