The Battle of Britain (1969) Poster

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Sex & Nudity

  • Several boys are seen naked, bathing in the Thames just before the first Luftwaffe attack on London.
  • A painting of a nude woman is seen a few different times on a wall.
  • A woman is shown wearing a uniform shirt and tie, as well as ruffled panties and stockings.
  • There is a brief sex scene, but nothing explicit is shown.

Violence & Gore

  • Little blood and violence is seen. One aerial combat scene features a number of bomber crew members getting shot; blood pours/spurts from some of these wounds, including from an eye.


  • 6 uses of 'Bloody' 6 uses of 'Bastard' 4 uses of "For God's sake" 2 uses of 'God' 2 uses of 'Christ' 1 use of "For Christ's sake" 1 use of "God's teeth" and 1 use of 'Ass'
  • Mild language is heard.

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • A car stops in front of a pub. The driver asks for a large whisky, clearly with the intention of continuing his ride. This was seen as acceptable in the time the movie was made.
  • Lots of people are seen smoking.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • Some scenes can be intense for young children.


The Parents Guide items below may give away important plot points.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • Families take refuge in a church, which is then bombed to rubble. This could be very shocking and harmful to a believing child.

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