|Video Release:||02 Nov 2010|
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Why Is Chitty Chitty Bang Bang Rated G?
Violence: Pirates shoot at an automobile. Depicted with slapstick humor, men attempt to blow up a bridge, kidnap a character and steal a car. Characters are hit on the head, slapped with a pie, threatened with weapons and nearly drowned. A child pours a drink down the front of a woman’s dress. A man attempts to do away with his wife. A rocket contraption on a man’s back is engulfed in flames (a discussion about the dangers of burning follows). A car drives over a cliff and begins to fall before flying. Children are captured and imprisoned in cages or cells. Adults are trapped in a net and tied up with ropes. A melee breaks out when children escape from their captors. Characters fight with homemade weapons. Guns are shown, although they are not shot.
Sexual Content: A female characters is seen in undergarments. A couple kisses.
Language: Brief name-calling and a crude anatomical term are included in the script.
Alcohol / Drug Use: Secondary characters drink at a social event. A man is shown with a cigar.
Other: Dogs run wildly through a candy shop. Children unintentionally cause a minor car accident.