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Very mild sensuality through comments, bared midriffs, mini skirts, a kiss, and some actions by Herbie towards a younger car. Quite iffy for a G-rated movie.


Slapstick violence and some crashed cars, sending one character to the hospital (the crash and hospital scenes are quite mild).

The two main characters go to a movie where a skeleton is walking toward the screen.


Pretty strong and frequent for a G-rated movie by today's standards, including at least 8 uses of "Oh my God," 2 of "God" and 1 use of "Swear to God." Also one "Crap."


None observed as present or inferred.


Younger kids may be worried when we see cars being smashed and crushed in a junkyard, with Herbie being next. A forklift then picks him up and starts to take him over to the crusher, but he ends up falling onto another car that Maggie originally wanted as her gift.

The hospital and crash scenes could seem intense to very young children.

The skeleton walking toward the screen in the movie theater could have the same effect.


Had this film been released today, it would most likely get a PG rating.

Suggested MPAA rating: PG- mild language, thematic elements and sensuality

Recommended for 10+

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