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Overall C+

Professor Henry "Indiana" Jones (Harrison Ford) gets lured away from his day job when a wealthy businessman, Walter Donovan (Julian Glover), shows him a portion of a stone carving pointing to the whereabouts of the Holy Grail. His quest leads to action, adventure, a beautiful woman (Alison Doody, his missing father (Sean Connery) and the Nazis.

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

Why is Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade rated PG-13?

Official MPAA Rating: Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade is rated PG-13 for

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This quest for the Holy Grail involves the use of pistols, semiautomatic weapons, swords, a ship rudder and other weapons that result in death and bloody injuries. A graphic beheading (which shows the decapitated body part rolling along the floor), exploding vehicles, fires and a plane downed by a flock of birds also add to a growing death toll. Corpses and decaying bodies are shown along with numerous moments of peril. A man ages rapidly and turns to dust after ingesting a liquid. A female character implies that she has shared sexual favors with both a father and son. Passionate kissing is seen. Some profanities and terms of Deity are contained in the script along with depictions of alcohol and cigarette use.

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