"Star Wars: The Clone Wars"
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Sex & Nudity


Some scantily clad female characters.

A married couple shares occasional brief (yet passionate) kisses.

Sometimes quick mild sexual innuendos

The episode "Senate Spy" has some kissing and some sexual innuendos, more so than any other episode.

In the episode "Rookies" there are some pictures in the background that show some scantily clad females, however it's very hard to notice.

In the episode "Hunt for Ziro" there is a scene where a few scantily clad dancers are performing a dance in front of the Hutts.

In the episode "Lethal Trackdown" there is a scene at a bar where a dancer is performing on one of the tables.

There is an episode in which a scene takes place at a club where there are scantily clad female characters standing on the tables performing a provocative dance.

Violence & Gore


Near-constant and intense scenes of action violence with many on-screen deaths and disturbing aftermaths.

Their are also episodes in the 4th season about slavery which includes whipping of slaves.

In the episode "ARC Troopers" there are lots of battle sequences with average violence, maybe too intense for some. In the same episode one character violently stabs another with a lightsaber, pretty violent for a kids show.

There are some episodes that revolve around witchcraft and sacrificing.

Some people get there head chopped off with a lightsaber, however most of them only show a glimpse or two of the body, no blood at all.

Some episodes include harsh injuries that sometimes show little to no blood.



Crap and blast are used infrequently.

In the episode "Rookies" one character says "What the hell was that!?" This is the only swear word ever used in the show.


Occassional smoking and drinking.

In the episode "Lethal Trackdown" there is a scene at a bar. They are said to be drunk.


Numerous prolonged intense battle action sequences.

Multiple episodes that have horror elements involving witchcraft.

Their are situations that include deaths of characters and sacrifices that may be sad and intense to the viewer.

The first appearance of Darth Maul is frightening.

This animated series is a more mature one for older children, especially in the later seasons.

Should be fine for children 11+

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Australia:PG / Singapore:PG (season 1) (season 2) (season 4) / Singapore:PG13 (season 3) / South Korea:12 / USA:TV-PG

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