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Sex & Nudity

  • In the Miramax version there was only one scene involving a woman bathing, but you only see the back side of her in the tub. While in the Re-Cobbled version, you a couple more shots of the woman bathing, but only above the breast line was shown in the movie.
  • In the Re-Cobbled version version, ZigZag presents the sultan with a woman from Mombassa. She is referred to as a "plaything" and she is hidden behind a curtain.
  • In the Re-Cobbled version version, there is a scene that implies that she and the Sultan are having sex, but you don't see anything happening in that scene due to the curtains being drawn.
  • Also in that version, during the polo match the Sultan sticks his hand in the curtain and the woman's pleasured laugh is heard. The curtain is still present in the Miramax version of this scene, but the hand action is cleverly edited out.
  • In the Re-Cobbled version, when ZigZag enters the One-Eye's camp, there are scantily clad dancing girls who form a chair for One-Eye to sit on when he commands "Throne!" They are still seen in the background as a throne in the Miramax version.

Violence & Gore

  • The One-Eyes are a warring race and they have a giant war machine with "tentacles" resembling dragon faces, according to the restorers of the film.
  • A soldier races to the palace with spears in his back. He and his horse die from their wounds at the palace after delivering their warning.

Profanity

  • In the Recobbled version, Zigzag becomes frustrated and yells "oh fffffff-" but finishes with "Phido".
  • King Nod looks from the balcony in the distance and sees his daughter and replies "Oh my god. My daughter." In all 3 versions of "The Thief and The Cobbler."

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • The One-Eyes can be frightening to younger viewers.
  • Some of the grotesque characters can also be frightening to younger viewers, especially as this film is very different from much children's fare.
  • In the Re-Cobbled version there's a scene where the Thief weaseled his way out of an arm chopping sentence after trying to steal a gem.
  • The entire "Thief in the War Machine" sequence contains large amounts of flame. destruction, and (humorous) near-misses that could scare young children.
  • MPAA estimated rating (for the Recobbled Cut): PG for an Intense Sequence of Stylized Warfare, Violent Images, and some Suggestive Moments

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Violence & Gore

  • In the Miramax version the violence was torn down to a point where you see very few characters getting killed. However, the Re-cobbled version shows blood in one scene, and more casualties during the battle machine destruction sequence. This includes such deaths as death by giant flyswatters and irons.
  • The dancing girls in the One-Eyes' palace sit on Mighty One-Eye, their leader (to get back at him because he sat on them) by after the One-Eyes' war machine is destroyed.
  • Zig-Zag is eaten by Phido in the darkness. It is implied that alligators also eat Zig-Zag.

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