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The Jungle Book 2
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Sex & Nudity

Ranjan shakes his little behind to imitate what he thinks was the thing that Shanti used to lure Mowgli into the village (all while saying she batted her brown eyes at him, something Mowgli's father says was the same trick his wife used on him).

Violence & Gore

Shere Khan grabs Kaa by the neck and squeezes quite tight, all while trying to get info out of him. Later, he has Lucky the vulture by the neck. We then hears sounds of violence (after the tiger notes the irony of the vulture's name), but don't see anything.

Profanity

We see Shere Khan's shadow as the tiger moves through the village looking for Mowgli (as everyone sleeps and with some ominous music playing). The men are finally alerted and then come at the tiger with spears and torches (the tiger jumps out of the village). Various humans then cross a river and head into the forbidden jungle at night.

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