|Video Release:||21 Aug 2012|
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Why Is Rescuers Down Under Rated G?
Violence: Animals and humans are endangered by the cruel actions of a poacher (the deaths of some are implied). Characters are kidnapped, caught in traps and locked in cages. A lizard-like creature hounds other animals and humans. Characters are frequently in perilous situations including threats from hostile animals, frightening flights, weapons (guns and knives) and falls from heights and waterfalls. A character thinks medical personal are putting his life is at risk. A man ties up a child and throws knifes at him. Later, he dangles the boy over a river full of hungry crocodiles.
Sexual Content: A shirtless boy is seen. A character gets tangles up in some woman’s underwear. Mild sexual innuendo is heard. A woman smacks a man she thinks is flirting with her.
Language: Name-calling and slurs are used.
Alcohol / Drug Use: A doctor tries to inject an unwilling patient with a needle.