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In his last role before retirement, Cary Grant plays a dignified, British industrialist unable to find accommodation when visiting Tokyo during the 1964 Olympic games. The movie is based on the 1943 film, The More the Merrier.
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Walk Don’t Run is rated Not Rated
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Violence: A man is accused of spying.
Sexual Content: Characters visit a Japanese bathhouse; some back nudity is shown. A woman’s bare back is seen. Men discuss a woman’s lingerie. A woman later wears that nightgown. A couple kisses passionately. A woman is seen in her slip. A man strips down to his underwear and enters a racing walk. Some brief, mild sexual innuendo is included.
Language: None noted.
Alcohol / Drug Use: Man smokes cigar repeatedly. Characters drink on several occasions.
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Canadian Home Video Rating: NR
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Walk Don’t Run releases to DVD on 29 April 2003.