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(1941)

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Sex & Nudity

  • At a party for Charles Kane, there are several women that are scantily clad.
  • There is a scene which includes the buttocks of several nude statues, though this is brief and non-sexual.
  • Some of the banter between Charles Kane and his first wife could be considered sexual, although it's very subtle. Later, an affair is implied between Kane and his (soon-to-be) second wife, resulting in scandal and loss of public elections.

Violence & Gore

  • A man slaps a woman in the face.
  • A man threatens to break someone's neck.
  • A boy shoves a sled into a man's stomach, knocking him into the snow.
  • After his second wife walks out on him, Kane goes berserk and tears her bedroom apart.

Profanity

  • One use of very mild language (darn).

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • Smoking and some casual drinking throughout

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • A scene transition features an unexpected appearance of a bird, accompanied by a loud and sudden squawk.

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