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Rating & Content Info
Why is Old Dogs rated PG? Old Dogs is rated PG by the MPAA for some mild rude humor.
Kids take a lot of abuse in this film, like in a scene where a child is hit in the head by a soccer ball. A man, upset by his divorce, gets drunk, tattooed and married to a stranger. Several scenes depict drunken behavior and the unintentional misuse of prescription pills. A dog pees in an office setting. A character is accused of wetting himself. A man is sprayed in the groin in a tanning salon. Other characters are hit in the groin with golf balls. A woman has her hands smashed and broken in a car door. A woman is sent to jail for civil disobedience. A man eats dog food. Jokes include scatological humor, homosexual comments and sports violence that result in a bloody lip. A character is electrocuted in water. Characters throw rocks at animals after intruding on their turf and animals attack men. Brief terms of Deity and name-calling are used.
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News About "Old Dogs"
Cast and Crew
Old Dogs is directed by Walt Becker and stars Robin Williams, John Travolta, Kelly Preston, Ella Bleu Travolta, Connor Rayburn.
The most recent home video release of Old Dogs movie is March 9, 2010. Here are some details…
Release Date: 9 March 2010
Old Dogs on DVD and Blu-ray features:
- Deleted Scenes
- Audio Commentary By Director Walt Becker, Producer Andrew Panay And Writers David Diamond And David Weissman
Old Dogs on Blu-ray also includes:
- Music Video: Every Little Step performed by John Travolta and Ella Bleu Travolta
Old Dogs Combo Pack (DVD and Blu-ray) offers all of the above, plus:
- Featurette: Young Dogs Learn Old Tricks
- Music Video: You’ve Been A Friend To Me by Bryan Adams