Why is The Aristocats rated G?
Official MPAA Rating: The Aristocats is rated G for
Violence: Slapstick antics are used throughout, and violent depictions are portrayed humorously. Dogs chase a man on a motorbike and later bite him. A car chase causes property damage and dangerous situations. A basket of cats is tossed into a ditch. Characters are in peril from a speeding train and a near drowning. Character are kidnapped, trapped and threatened with farm implements. A character is locked in a trunk and shipped to a distant city.
Sexual Content: A man’s pants fall down and his underwear is exposed. Characters’ mistaken marital status is called scandalous. Cats cuddle and hold tails.
Language: A mild French expletive is uttered. Female characters are referred to as a dame or chicks.
Alcohol / Drug Use: Drinking champagne is mentioned. Characters are secretly given sleeping pills. A goose is depicted as drunken. A man drinks alcohol.
Other: The movie includes some politically incorrect cultural depictions.
|British Columbia||Not Rated|
|Canadian Home Video||G|