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Rating & Content Info
Why is The Candidate rated PG? The Candidate is rated PG by the MPAA
Violence: A man speeds down a busy street. A character punches a man in the face. A married couple argues briefly. A man kicks a vending machine and yells at another character.
Sexual Content: Women expose their underwear to get a man’s attention. A scene suggests that a married man is involved in an extramarital affair. Women attempt to kiss a man. A man voices his support for abortions. A woman asks a man to sign her bra-covered chest. A man is seen without his shirt on.
Language: The script contains over two-dozen profanities including scatological slang, terms of Deity and a sexually suggestive expletive used in a non-sexual context.
Alcohol / Drug Use: Frequent alcohol and cigarette use is seen, mostly among secondary characters in a historical setting. A politician shares a beer with young adults on the beach. Characters drink or smoke at home, at work and on the political trail.
Page last updated July 12, 2016
|British Columbia||Not Rated|
|Canadian Home Video||PG|
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Cast and Crew
The Candidate is directed by Michael Ritchie and stars Robert Redford, Peter Boyle, Melvyn Douglas.
The most recent home video release of The Candidate movie is October 29, 1997. Here are some details…
The Candidate releases to DVD on October 29, 1997.
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