|Video Release:||20 Aug 2012|
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Why Is Lady And The Tramp 2: Scamp’s Adventure Rated G?
Overall: B- The depictions of rebellious attitudes, succumbing to peer pressure, seeking satisfaction from revenge and a multitude of cartoon style violent acts, clutter a story intending to teach the value of rules and the security of love and family.
Violence: B- Madcap puppy behavior (hat chewing, muddy paws). Man speaks sternly to dog, and then punishes him by leashing him outside house. Dogs tease and bite humans. Dogcatcher chases dogs with net. Slapstick style violence includes heavy objects falling on animals, animals and humans crashing into obstacles, and chase scenes resulting in property damage or people being knocked over. Dog hit by car—escapes uninjured. Dog gets electrocuted with wires—unharmed. Characters threatened by menacing bulldog. Dogs run from oncoming train, fall off bridge into water. Dark moody colors used in scenes portraying: men chasing dog that dives over waterfall to unknown fate; fight in dog pound involving biting, paw-to-paw combat, and colliding with walls, resulting in animals and human rendered unconscious. Peer pressure used to motivate character to steal.
Sexual Content: A- A female dog says in a sensuous voice that she has a bad case of puppy love. A male dog licks (kisses) the face of a female dog.
Language: A A puppy is interrupted before using an unidentified slang word.
Alcohol / Drug Use: A None.