Why is Alice in Wonderland (Disney’s) rated G?
Official MPAA Rating: Alice in Wonderland (Disney’s) is rated G for
Violence: A young girl finds herself in difficult and perilous situations throughout the movie. These include shrinking, growing, falling, near-drowning, being lost, as well as being threatened verbally and physically. Slapstick violence and property damage are depicted. A walrus befriends baby oysters so he can eat them. A character threatens to execute others for minor offences. An unjust trial is held and a character is forced to run for her life.
Sexual Content: A buxom woman adjusts her bra, and her underwear is briefly seen.
Language: Verbal threats are uttered.
Alcohol / Drug Use: Magic food causes characters to grow or shrink. Various characters use a pipe, cigar, and hookah-pipe (the exhaled smoke from one of them makes a child cough).
Note: The DVD and Blu-ray contain an anti-smoking disclaimer that runs before the movie begins.
Other: A child expresses deep concern when she is lost and fears she will never find her way home. Strange looking creatures and nightmarish sequences may frighten young viewers.