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A wizard points magic extract at a woman from a ring and changes her into a younger woman with larger breasts (we see cleavage), darker hair and flatter buttocks; this new woman faints at her image in a mirror. PG

Three scenes feature a well-endowed woman wearing a low-cut dress that reveals significant cleavage. G/PG

An animated character stands on an air grate in an apartment and says the wind feels good on his giblets (implying testicles) and his enchanted forest (implying pubic hair); we see that he is wearing long pants under a kilt. G/PG

A wizard tosses a cat through a magic wall and asks if he is dead; the cat hisses, runs into the back of a stopped taxi, hits the street and gets up unharmed. G/PG

A bus hits a wizard and a cat asks if he is dead; the wizard's nose and one cheek are red, but he is otherwise unharmed. G/PG

A wizard is tasered by police into convulsions and is taken to jail. G/PG

A log swinging on ropes strikes a wizard; his face is reddened, but he is unhurt. PG

Smurfs kick and tie up a man, but let him go after one threatens to make haggis out of his innards. PG

A cat is being thrown around several times, but the animation doesn't look realistic. G

A cat's ear is blocked by something heavy and torn. G/PG

The Smurfs use the word "smurf" in place of what could easily be imagined to be offensive words, like "Oh, my smurf!" or "You smurfed with the wrong girl." G

Gargamel says that the Smurfs' theme song is "ear-damning." PG

At a party, a dinner, and a reception, men and women sip alcohol, wine and champagne. PG

One sequence in which Gargamel finds Smurf Village might frighten very young children, since Gargamel destroys many of their homes and winds up driving them off into the enchanted forest. PG

The image of Gargamel may frighten young children. PG

Rated PG for some mild rude humor and action
Argentina:Atp / Australia:G / Austria:6 / Brazil:Livre / Canada:G (all jurisdictions) / France:Tous publics / Germany:0 / Ireland:G / Italy:T / Japan:G / Malaysia:U / Netherlands:6 / New Zealand:G / Philippines:G / Portugal:M/6 / Singapore:PG / South Korea:All / Spain:A / Switzerland:0 (canton of Geneva) / Switzerland:0 (canton of Vaud) / UK:U / USA:TV-PG (Cartoon Network) / USA:PG (certificate #45410)

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