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Parents Guide for
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Since the beliefs that parents want to instill in their children can vary greatly, we ask that, instead of adding your personal opinions about what is right or wrong in a film, you use this feature to help parents make informed viewing decisions by describing the facts of relevant scenes in the title for each one of the different categories: Sex and Nudity, Violence and Gore, Profanity, Alcohol/Drugs/Smoking, and Frightening/Intense Scenes.
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There is only the mildest sexual innuendo. A man refers to his chair as offering the 'best view' because he can see a woman bending over in the kitchen.

Brief scenes of a father and son in an imaginary old west gunfight. Revolvers are fired, but nobody is shown being shot.

World war 2 close quarters battle with lots of rifle fire and grenades. Fallen soldiers are shown, but there is no blood and nobody is seen being shot.

A man attempts to throw a Molotov cocktail at a house occupied by Japanese-Americans.

B&W 'movie within the movie' shows a woman being assaulted and held beneath a guillotine, but it's played up in a campy way.

A burn victim is shown. He's mostly covered in bandages, but his burned limbs are exposed.

Several sword fights are shown, but no blood is drawn. A samurai crushes a man's head off-screen, and is killed by a poison dart.

A man points a shotgun at an unarmed man's head.

B&W footage of an atomic bomb's explosion is shown, followed by archival footage of Hiroshima's devastation.

A Japanese POW camp is bombed, and fleeing POW's are executed by the guards. A fallen POW bleeds from the mouth in the movie's only depiction of blood.

There is one use of the word 'shit' as the boy attempts to move a mountain. Also, eight uses of 'stupid', one use of 'idiot', and two uses of 'crap'.

Japanese-Americans are referred to via racial epithets: "Japs", "Nip", and "Dirty Jap", "Rat", and "Buddha head" in the context of WW2.

The term 'yellow' is referenced twice towards one of the characters.

Young man swigs from a mickey upon hearing bad news.

Some men and a kid sit around a table in a bar. One person sips from a shot glass.

A man smokes a cigarette.

There are several brief battle scenes that are moderately intense. A POW is shot in the back, and his corpse is later shown. A Samurai wearing a scary mask charges, only to fall due to a poison dart hitting him in the throat. A boy wanders in the ruins of Hiroshima after the atomic bomb is dropped, and he is surrounded by devastation.

Rated PG-13 for some mature thematic material and violence

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