You Can't Take It with You (1938)
Parents GuideAdd to guide (Coming Soon)
Sex & Nudity
- There is some romantic talk in the film, but nothing that should give parents concern.
- There is one scene where a group of kids teach an engaged couple how to do a dance that, most likely, was considered racy back then. The kids then see the cops and run away. This scene was probably offensive back in the day, but nowadays, this is pretty mild.
Violence & Gore
Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking
- As with any movie in the 1930s, there is plenty of smoking in the film. In the dancing scene mentioned in the sex and nudity category, one of the kids smokes a cigar.
Frightening & Intense Scenes
- In one scene, some kids run from the police.