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This is the classic story of a boy and his dog--only this time the canine belongs to some one else. Learning about honesty and integrity, a young lad (Blake Heron) struggles to take over the ownership of an abused animal.
Why Is Shiloh Rated PG?
Shiloh is rated PG
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This is the classic story of a boy and his dog—only this time the canine belongs to some one else. Learning about honesty and integrity, a young lad struggles to take over the ownership of an abused animal. While the subject matter’s depiction of a cute little puppy being harmed by its owner may be a bone of contention for small children, the film’s overriding message is very worthwhile.
Man hits dog with butt-end of rifle. Dog repeatedly kicked and verbally threatened. Animals trapped or shot (some blood shown). Dogs engage in fight that results in injured animal. Character loses balance and falls. Character grabs child’s arm and pushes him around. Characters holding sticks have shoving match and threaten each other.
Sexual Content: A
Girl kisses boy on cheek.
At least: one mild profanity, and some mild insults.
Alcohol / Drug Use: B
Man drinks beer on numerous occasions.
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Canadian Home Video Rating: PG
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Shiloh and its sequel Saving Shiloh (not reviewed) are releasing together on Blu-ray. The two-movie package is available on September 14, 2010.