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(1967)

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Sex & Nudity

  • Several girls are seen in mini-skirts.
  • Some hugging and kissing.

Violence & Gore

  • A few gunshots and fist-fights.
  • One or more persons are said to have their faces chewed up (not shown).
  • There are at least two sequences where people are being chased by the monster.
  • A sheriff's deputy is attacked by the monster in his patrol car. He becomes very frightened and calls for help (unheard). He is screaming for help but ends up dead. (His face is seen in dim lighting with some scratches visible).

Profanity

  • One or two uses of "my god"

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • Some drinking is seen. The sheriff is offered a drink of whisky by a professor. He refuses due to being on duty.
  • Many of the men are seen smoking. Cigarettes and a pipe.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • The monster is seen only in dim light (night-for-day). He appears to be hairy like a gorilla with an unusual head. The sight of him would not frighten today's audiences (who might laugh) unless they are children under 6 or sensitive persons.
  • One scene that might be frightening to children under 6 or sensitive persons is where the sheriff's deputy freaks out in the car when under attack from the monster. Instead of using his gun, he calls for help (unheard). He cries out and is shown in panic.

Spoilers

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Violence & Gore

  • The monster is finally killed by an explosion set in a female mannequin.

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