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While on a picnic in a redwood forest with their grandfather (Walter Brennan), siblings Elizabeth and Rodney (Karen Dotrice and Matthew Garber) discover two gnomes (played by Tom Lowell and Walter Brennan) who believe they are the last of their kind in the world.
Why Is The Gnome-Moblie Rated G?
The Gnome-Moblie is rated G
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Violence: A man yells on several occasions. While driving a car, two children run into another vehicle. A man falls from a ladder. Cars are involved in a chase. Women attempt to catch a man and at one point pile on top of him. A man is committed to a mental facility and later breaks out with the help of another character and a handsaw.
Sexual Content: Female characters wear short skirts. A couple kisses. Brief comments are made about marriage and courting.
Language: Script contains some name-calling.
Alcohol / Drug Use: None noted.
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Canadian Home Video Rating: G
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Details on home video releases of The Gnome-Moblie...
The Gnome-Mobile releases to DVD on March 2, 2004.