Why is Singin’ In The Rain rated G?
Official MPAA Rating: Singin’ In The Rain is rated G for
Overall: A Gene Kelly and Debbie Reynolds sing and dance their hearts out in the hilarious portrayal of Hollywoods transition from silent films to talkies. This classic family movie teaches us to make the most of a bad situation and is perfect for all music loving generations.
Violence: B Woman faints in crowd. Characters clothing torn by over-adoring fans. Character employed as stunt man performs acts such as staged bar fight, driving plane into barn, speeding motorcycle off cliff, and entering exploding building. Choreographed swords and spears dueling scenes. Silly antics include: character kicked in backside, cake thrown into face, character falling off bench backwards. Dance routine includes numerous instances of slapstick violence, such as head hitting wooden beam and man crashing through wall.
Sexual Content: A- Girls outfitted in leg-revealing dance costumes. Several kisses occur between unmarried characters including one that is forced, and an arm kissed from wrist to shoulder. Couple embraces and shows affection. The expression "make love" is used in an emotional, not physical sense. Mildly seductive dancing in one number.
Language: A None.
Drugs/Alcohol: B Several characters smoke cigars and cigarettes. Smoke-filled pool hall depicted. Alcohol served at parties and clubs.
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