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My Favorite Brunette

Overall B

Ronnie Jackson's (Bob Hope) dream to be a detective is about to come true when he gets a chance to help a distressed Baroness(Dorothy Lamour) in this 1947 black and white film about a gang of thieves who are looking for a geological map that will lead them to the mother lode.

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

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Overall: B

Ronnie Jackson’s dream to be a detective is about to come true when he gets a chance to help a distressed Baroness in this black and white film about a gang of thieves who are looking for a geological map that will lead them to the mother lode.

Violence: C+

A man is shown in prison accused of murder. A gun is pointed at a man. Gunshots are fired at people in a car. Character threatens another with a knife. Man is taken into building by force. Several characters are hit with objects. Man is slapped. Character is shot in back; the shot is heard and his slumping body shown. Man holds characters at gunpoint.

Sexual Content: A-

Man is attracted to woman and becomes friendly. Couple hugs and kisses on several occasions.

Language: A-

Characters use mild name calling on occasion.

Alcohol / Drug Use: C+

Several characters (including the main character) smoke and drink. Man winces while drinking alcohol. Main character smokes when nervous.

Miscellaneous Concerns:

Characters are forced to enter a sanatorium. 

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My Favorite Brunette
Canadian Movie Rating Info
Province Rating Rating Descriptor
British Columbia Not Rated
Alberta Not Rated
Manitoba Not Rated -----
Ontario Not Rated
Quebec Not Rated
Martimes Not Rated
Canadian Home Video NA

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Also filmed in the black and white era are Marty (a romantic comedy about a man looking for love) and It’s A Wonderful Life (featuring a small town banker who feels his life is a failure).