Rescuers Down Under
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Rescuers Down Under
Rating & Content Info
Why is Rescuers Down Under rated G? Rescuers Down Under is rated G by the MPAA
Violence: Animals and humans are endangered by the cruel actions of a poacher (the deaths of some are implied). Characters are kidnapped, caught in traps and locked in cages. A lizard-like creature hounds other animals and humans. Characters are frequently in perilous situations including threats from hostile animals, frightening flights, weapons (guns and knives) and falls from heights and waterfalls. A character thinks medical personal are putting his life is at risk. A man ties up a child and throws knifes at him. Later, he dangles the boy over a river full of hungry crocodiles.
Sexual Content: A shirtless boy is seen. A character gets tangles up in some woman’s underwear. Mild sexual innuendo is heard. A woman smacks a man she thinks is flirting with her.
Language: Name-calling and slurs are used.
Alcohol / Drug Use: A doctor tries to inject an unwilling patient with a needle.
Page last updated September 24, 2014
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Cast and Crew
Rescuers Down Under is directed by Hendel Butoy, Mike Gabriel and stars Bob Newhart, Eva Gabor, John Candy, George C. Scott, Adam Ryen.
The most recent home video release of Rescuers Down Under movie is August 21, 2012. Here are some details…
Home Video Notes: The Rescuers
Release Date: 21 August 2012
Disney’s The Rescuers Down Under comes to home video as part of the celebration of the 35th anniversary of its prequel, The Rescuers. The two animations are releasing together in a 3-disc Blu-ray/DVD Combo Pack. The package includes:
- Blu-ray and DVD copy of The Rescuers
- Blu-ray and DVD copy of The Rescuers Down Under
- Deleted Song: Peoplitis
- Silly Symphony Short: The Three Blind Musketeers
- Disney Nature Documentary: Water Birds
- Sing-Along: Someone Waiting For You
- Making-of The Rescuers Down Under