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A man is claimed dead due to a plane crash, but is seen being alive at the end.

A woman says a mother has died by cancer, while a man's plane has fallen. She later reveals the fact she has cancer herself.

A man discovers a trapped fox, and lets it go.

Three children believe a harmless bear will eat them, until a man tells the truth.

A goose chases a snake away from attacking a chicken.

A wolf attempts to attack a skunk, only to get some stench at it's face.

A man gets to learn that a relative of some children has died.

A man makes some mild references about scalping and attempts to attack an another man, but gets hindered by a sheriff.

A man is shot in his leg, falls down from the mountain wall he's climbing on and breaks his leg. But he is seen to be okay after that.

Very mild language.

Scenes related to a relative's death may sadden some small children. And the scene in which a man shoots a climbing man during the climax, may scare said children a bit. But children at the age of around 6-7 should be okay. This film was rated PG by the MPAA after all.


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