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When a young boy (Nathan Gamble) finds an injured dolphin washed up on the beach, he becomes part of the group of people determined to help the animal survive. Their efforts to repair/replace her damaged tail evolves into an inspirational tale for the entire community.
Why Is Dolphin Tale Rated PG?
Dolphin Tale is rated PG for some mild thematic elements.
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Violence: Characters discover a beached animal with some bloody injuries. An animal fights against medical treatment and is subjected to an amputation. Soldiers who have lost limbs in combat are shown. Characters discuss the need to put an animal down.
Sexual Content: None noted.
Language: One mild profanity is used.
Alcohol / Drug Use: None noted.
Other: Child fails to wear a helmet while biking.
Home Video Viewing Alternatives
Here are some ideas for home video titles that are related to Dolphin Tale.
A dolphin is the star of the show in Flipper. Another boy befriends a needy marine animal in the Free Willy franchise. A young Maori girl discovers a connection with marine life that changes the traditions and mindset of her tribe in Whale Rider. A real life human amputee also provides inspiration to others, as depicted in the biographical movie, Soul Surfer.
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Canadian Home Video Rating: G
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Home Video Notes: Dolphin Tale
Release Date: 20 December 2011
Dolphin Tale releases to home video in a Combo Pack (Blu-ray/DVD/UV Digital Copy) and in 3D (Blu-ray 3D/Blu-ray/DVD/UV Digital Copy). Both packages include:
- Ormie and the Cookie Jar
- Deleted scenes
- Gag reel
- At Home with Winter
- Dolphin Tale: Spotlight on a Scene
- Winter’s Inspiration
- The Hutash Rainbow Bridge