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Before he became the friend of an ogre, Puss in Boots (voice of Antonio Banderas) was purr-fecting his sword-fighting skills. This prequel exposes the cunning cat's life before Shrek.
Why Is Puss In Boots Rated PG?
Puss In Boots is rated PG for some adventure action and mild rude humor.
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Violence: Characters engage in swordplay. One man is threatened and another is shot. Two cats engage in a dance fight. A character is hit in the head with a guitar. A bank heist is committed. Moments of peril occur.
Sexual Content: Implied sexual activity and brief innuendo are portrayed. A man makes comments about not wearing underwear. Some rude sexual humor and actions are depicted.
Language: Infrequent name-calling, a term of Deity and mild rude humor are included.
Alcohol / Drug Use: Characters drink in a bar. A prisoner is found with catnip (implied as an illegal drug).
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Canadian Home Video Rating: G
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Home Video Notes: Puss In Boots
Release Date: 24 February 2012
Puss In Boots
- Featurette: Purr-fect Pairings: The Voices Behind The Legends
- Six-part interactive feature: The Cat’s Meow
- Animated short: Three Diablos
- Deleted Scenes