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(1964)

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Sex & Nudity

Violence & Gore

  • In one point a penguin slaps another penguin just for laughs
  • A fox flees for his life from aristocratic fox hunters, but Bert decides to intervene and help the fox escape.

Profanity

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • When Mary takes her share of her flavor-switching-medicine, she says "Yum, rum punch.", and then she hiccups; it is implied she changed hers to an alcoholic drink.
  • Typical old-fashioned cigar smoking.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • Mr. Banks is summoned to the bank after hours and he knows that he is likely about to be fired for his son inadvertently starting a bank run that embarrassed the institution. There is a long sequence of Mr. Banks walking to the bank in the darkened streets of London and feeling utterly lost and alone convinced that he is a failure who is about ruin his family.
  • An old woman covered in ashes scares two children in a dark alleyway, but nothing very frightening.
  • At one point, the Banks children get lost in the slums of the East End of London, and run into a soot-covered man who appears to be abducting them, but he turns out to be their trusted friend, Bert, who takes them safely home.
  • Some children and others may find the voice and laughter of Uncle Albert (Ed Wynn) to be creepy and frightening.

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Violence & Gore

  • Mr. Banks' former employer tells Mr. Banks that because of a joke he told to his father, he literally died laughing. However, while that means that Mr. Banks had inadvertently caused the bank executive's death, the man's son confesses that he is pleased that his father died happily and rehires Mr. Banks.

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