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Samuel L. Jackson narrates this DisneyNature documentary about the wild cats of Africa and the challenges these animals face in order to survive.
Why Is African Cats Rated G?
African Cats is rated G
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Violence: Animals stalk and attack their prey on several occasions. (Actual killing is not seen on screen.) Later they are shown eating their kill. (Some torn flesh and blood is shown.) Animals threaten one another and engage in some brief biting and cuffing. There is discussion about two cubs that are lost and presumed dead. A lioness is injured during a hunt. She later leaves the pride to die on her own.
Sexual Content: Brief comments are made about the new male lion’s offspring.
Language: None noted.
Alcohol / Drug Use: None noted.
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Home Video Notes: African Cats
Release Date: 4 October 2011
African Cats releases to home video on October 4, 2011, in a Blu-ray/DVD Combo Pack. Bonus extras include:
- Disney & Nature
- Save the Savanna
- Filmmaker Annotations
- Jordin Sparks “The World I Knew” Music Video