Carole King and James Taylor Live At The Troubadour rating info

Carole King and James Taylor Live At The Troubadour

Overall A-

Carole King and James Taylor come together at the Troubadour club in West Hollywood for a reunion concert marking their joint performance nearly 30 years earlier at the same venue.

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

Why is Carole King and James Taylor Live At The Troubadour rated Not Rated? The MPAA rated Carole King and James Taylor Live At The Troubadour Not Rated

Run Time: 75 minutes

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Why is Carole King and James Taylor Live At The Troubadour rated Not Rated? Carole King and James Taylor Live At The Troubadour is rated Not Rated by the MPAA

Violence: In Machine Gun Kelly, the lyrics talk about an outlaw who, with the help of a woman, kidnaps a "rich man’s son." Smackwater Jack tells of a man who "couldn’t take no more abuse, so he shot down the congregation." He is hanged in the next verse.

Sexual Content: None noted.

Language: "Hell" is heard in one song.

Drugs/Alcohol: King makes a veiled remark about her ex-husband’s drug dependency.

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News About "Carole King and James Taylor Live At The Troubadour"

Cast and Crew

Carole King and James Taylor Live At The Troubadour is directed by Peter Asher, Martyn Atkins and stars Carole King, James Taylor.

Home Video

The most recent home video release of Carole King and James Taylor Live At The Troubadour movie is June 10, 2010. Here are some details…

Carole King and James Taylor Live At The Troubadour releases to home video on May 4, 2010. This CD/DVD combo package also includes a 20 page booklet with pictures of the artists, brief overview of their careers and the history of the time they played together, as well as the origins of this reunion concert.

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