Picture from The Aristocats
Overall B

When a wealthily heiress (voice of Hermione Baddeley) decides to leave her fortune to her pet cats (voices of Eva Gabor, Liz English, Dean Clark and Gary Dubin) the feline family finds themselves in trouble with the passed over household butler (voice of Roddy Maude-Roxby).

Violence B
Sexual Content A-
Profanity A
Substance Use B-

Why is The Aristocats rated G?

Official MPAA Rating: The Aristocats is rated G for

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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.