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In order to save Medfield College, student Dexter Riley (Kurt Russell) attempts to win a weight-lifting contest. But first the scrawny science student must eat a miraculous breakfast cereal additive to make him The Strongest Man in the World.
Why Is The Strongest Man in the World Rated G?
The Strongest Man in the World is rated G
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Violence: A character is kidnapped and held hostage. Men scuffle and yell at one another. Characters drive recklessly. A character is subjected to acupuncture. A character steals a police car.
Sexual Content: None noted.
Language: Some name-calling and threats are used.
Alcohol / Drug Use: A secondary character smokes a cigar.
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Home Video Notes: Strongest Man in the World
Release Date: May 4, 2004
Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment releases the Strongest Man in the World on DVD.
Home Video Notes: Disney 4-Movie Collection: Kurt Russell
Release Date: September 2, 2012
Kurt Russell stars in this Disney 4-Movie Collection (DVD) featuring:
- The Strongest Man in The World
- Horse in the Grey Flannel Suit