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Sex & Nudity

  • Later in "The Emperor's New Clothes", the emperor is shown to only wear underwear.
  • Some of the episodes have some mild romance between characters.

Violence & Gore

  • A witch yells at Rapunzel in some parts. Rapunzel is pulled in the hair.
  • In "The Elves and the Shoemaker", there are some scenes of a cat trying to catch three elves, as well as a dog trying to chase the cat.
  • In "Rumpelstiltzkin", a strange little man attempts to steal a little girl from her princess.


Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • In "Rapunzel", how the witch demands a couple to give her their newborn child could upset some younger children.
  • "The Ugly Duckling" has a few mildly sad scenes involving a bird who's outcast for being ugly.
  • The Jack-in-the-Box who is in "The Steadfast Tin Soldiers" has a mean look that could scare some very young children little bit.
  • This cartoon series is suitable for all.


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Violence & Gore

  • In "The Ugly Duckling", two alligators prepare to eat the main character, who later gets rescued.
  • In "Puss in Boots", three animals chase each other, creating a chaos around some workers. A cat catches a bird with his hat. A cat threatens to eat the evil sorcerer who has become a mouse.
  • "The Steadfast Tin Soldier" has the most very mild violence: Jack causes a tin soldier to fall down from a window, by scaring a little boy nearby him. Two boys throw stones at a tin soldier. A rat attempts to attack a tin soldier. A fish swallows a tin soldier. A tin soldier and a ballerina doll are almost burned.

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