Racing Stripes parents guide

Racing Stripes

Overall B-

In this talking animal yarn, Channing Walsh (Hayden Panettiere) adopts an abandoned circus zebra (voiced by Frankie Muniz), and convinces her father (Bruce Greenwood) to train the striped African orphan to race against pedigreed stallions at a horse race.

Release date January 13, 2005

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

Why is Racing Stripes rated PG? The MPAA rated Racing Stripes PG for mild crude humor and some language.

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Racing Stripes
Canadian Movie Rating Info
Province Rating Rating Descriptor
British Columbia G
Alberta G
Manitoba G
Ontario G
Quebec G
Martimes G
Canadian Home Video G

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News About "Racing Stripes"

Cast and Crew

Racing Stripes is directed by and stars Hayden Panettiere, Frankie Muniz, Bruce Greenwood..

Home Video

The most recent home video release of Racing Stripes movie is May 9, 2005. Here are some details…

DVD Release date: 10 May 2005
I bet you’ll be surprised at the jackpot of bonus features to be had on the DVD release of Racing Stripes. Extras include: a never-before-seen alternate ending, a barnyard outtakes reel, a How to Make Animals Talk featurette, acting class with the animals and their trainers, deleted scenes and the theatrical trailer. Other nuggets of note are Buzz and Scuzz’s Flying Fiasco Challenge, Virtual Comic Book: The Racing Stripes Prequel and The Music of Racing Stripes with Sting and Bryan Adams. Director Frederik Du Chau also provides commentary. The movie is available in English, with subtitles in English, French and Spanish.

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Nominated for an Academy Award, the film Babe pioneered new methods in talking animal movies. Virginia’s Run presents another story about a young girl whose father bans her from horse racing after her mother dies in a riding accident.