Gone in 60 Seconds (1974) Poster

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Sex & Nudity

  • Has 70's fashion: low cut outfits. Short skirts. Women in bikinis. Playboy centerfolds with breasts and nipples are clearly visible in the garage.
  • During 2 scenes in a garage, there are posters of topless women hung across the width of a wall. The camera does not focus specifically on these posters, but they are often visible in the background during these scenes.

Violence & Gore

  • There are a large number of car crashes. In the aftermath of one such crash, you see a woman hunched against the steering wheel with blood on her forehead.
  • The police fire several gunshots at the subject of a car chase, which miss their target.


  • 6 or more religious profanities. Whould be rated PG13 if rated today
  • Approximately 10 S-words, isolated within 2 scenes.
  • "Son of a bitch" and other low-key swear words are used periodically.

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • People are briefly shown smoking or drinking several times throughout the film.
  • In a recurring gag, a group of young people are driving in their car, passing a "joint" among themselves, as well as cans of beer.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • Rated PG for sequences of action/violence and some language.
  • A large portion of the film is taken up by a prolonged and dangerous car chase. This results in many crashes.

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