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Sex & Nudity

  • Minimal. No scenes with nudity, but some scenes feature women in bathing suits.

Violence & Gore

  • Several people are shot throughout. The scenes in which they are shot are never graphic or gory, but often intense and/or surprising.


Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • Probably half of the people on the screen are smoking at any given time. All major characters smoke.
  • Several scenes where people are drinking; they often become intoxicated as a result.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • The scene in the fun-house hall of mirrors is not gory or graphic, but quite intense. It may be a little frightening to younger viewers.
  • Overall: The Lady from Shanghai, having been released in the 1940's, was not rated using today's rating system; it was simply "Approved".
  • Most likely rating it would be given by the MPAA today: PG-13 for violence, smoking, and alcohol use.

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