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Parents Guide for
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Sex & Nudity

Contains infrequent very mild sex references

A late-teens girl wears a skimpy Hawaiian top showing non-pronounced cleavage.

A little girl tells a young adult boy that her sister likes his butt, as she has written in her diary.

Stitch woke up in the kennel naked.

Violence & Gore

Contains mild fantasy violence

The aerial battle sequence at the very end of the movie might be intense for some younger kids. The original air plane sequence was cut due to 911.

Realizing laser guns are trained on his genetic material, Stitch spits at a guy to make the lasers shoot at him (and they blow a hole in the wall). The guns then fire at Stitch, as do several guards, but he manages to escape.

Upon landing on Earth, Stitch is promptly run over by a semi-tractor trailer truck, but since he was genetically designed to be super tough, he is no more than knocked unconscious and he loses his guns.

A rather slapstick scene where Jumba and Pleakley try to ambush Stitch and end up destroying Lilo & Nani's house. If one watches the deleted original version, they will find that is more violent and was deleted due to how dangerous the antics were.


- Some aliens react with disgust when Stitch says something (presumably obscene) in an alien language.


Some miscellaneous people appear to have tropical drinks, but there's no indication of whether they're alcoholic or not.

Contains mildly intense action sequences

Stitch's initial appearance (a small monster with sharp teeth and wild eyes) might be unsettling and maybe even scary to very young kids. He almost violently escapes from a high security prison transport spaceship.

Stitch is a very dangerously mischievous creature, who attempts to destroy everything he sees.

Stitch appears to be drowning in the ocean in one scene. David saves him, and he comes out okay.

Nani is heartbroken at the thought of losing custody of Lilo.

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Rated PG for mild sci-fi action
Argentina:Atp / Australia:G / Brazil:Livre / Canada:G (video rating) / Finland:K-7 / France:U / Germany:0 (cut) / Greece:K / Iceland:L / Malaysia:U / Netherlands:AL / Norway:7 / Peru:PT / Philippines:G / Portugal:M/6 / Singapore:G / South Korea:All / Spain:T / Sweden:Btl / Switzerland:7 (canton of Geneva) / Switzerland:7 (canton of Vaud) / Switzerland:7 (canton of the Grisons) / UK:U (cut) / USA:PG (No. 38854)

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