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Rating & Content Info
Why is The Aristocats rated G? The Aristocats is rated G by the MPAA
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.
Page last updated September 24, 2014
|British Columbia||Not Rated|
|Canadian Home Video||G|
News About "The Aristocats"
Cast and Crew
The Aristocats is directed by Wolfgang Reitherman and stars Phil Harris, Eva Gabor.
The most recent home video release of The Aristocats movie is August 21, 2012. Here are some details…
Home Video Notes: The Aristocats
Release Date: 21 August 2012
Disney’s The Aristocats releases to home video in a Blu-ray/DVD Combo Pack. Bonus features include:
- Sherman Brothers Song Featurette: The Aristocats of Disney Songs
- Deleted Song: She Never Felt Alone
- Disney Song Selection: The Aristocats, Scales and Arpeggios, Thomas O’Malley Cat, Ev’rybody Wants to be a Cat
- Music Video: Oui, Oui Marie
- The Great Cat Family (Excerpt)
- Bonus Animated Short Film: Bath Day
- The Lost Open
- Disney Virtual Kitten
- Virtual Kitten DVD-ROm
- The Aristocats Fun With Language Game
-The Aristocats Scrapbook