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Peppy wears a flapper costume with a plunging neckline. She and George dance and have mildly romantic interractions, even though he is married.

A man lights a fire in his house, and almost dies in the resulting fire.

George, a star of action movies, is seen sword fighting and chasing villains in movies. He sinks in quicksand and is electrocuted as well.

George contemplates suicide by pointing a gun in his mouth. He doesn't do it.

Peppy crashes her car into a tree (offscreen)

The middle finger is used once for about 2 seconds. "Damn" is used on a title card once

Alcoholic beverages are consumed, and cigarettes smoked often.

The brief attempted suicide scene may be upsetting.

Rated PG-13 for a disturbing image and a crude gesture

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