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When Angus MacMorrow (Alex Etel) finds an unusual, egg-shaped rock along the shore of the loch, he thinks the discovery can be his little secret. But big trouble emerges after a mysterious, rapidly growing creature hatches out of Angus's treasure.
Why Is The Water Horse: Legend of the Deep Rated PG?
The Water Horse: Legend of the Deep is rated PG for some action/peril, mild language and brief smoking.
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With German troops moving across Europe, there is plenty of war talk. Soldiers descend on a country estate and take up residence with their guns and artillery. Their presence causes some distress among the local inhabitants. Later the soldiers fire on innocent victims. A young boy faces moments of peril on several occasions, including near drowning. A large sea monster also attacks others. Characters are seen smoking and drinking on numerous occasions. A man and woman share a kiss. Profanities, some terms of Deity and repeated uses of “bloody” are contained in the script.
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Set in 1942 Mississippi, My Dog Skip is the story of another lonely child whose confidence grows when he gets a puppy for his birthday. Alex Etel also plays a youngster who suddenly comes into money when a large bag of bills falls on his playhouse in the movie Millions. Other films about mysterious creatures befriended by boys include Eragon and Mee-Shee the Water Giant.
Dick King-Smith, who penned the book upon which this film is based, authored the novel that inspired the movie Babe as well.
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Canadian Home Video Rating: PG
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The Water Horse: Legend of the Deep releases as a 2-Disc Special Edition DVD (widescreen and full frame) or in Blu-ray (widescreen). Both versions offer deleted scenes and the following featurettes: Creating Crusoe, Myths and Legends, Setting the Scene, The Characters, The Story and Water Work: Creating the Water Horse. Audio tracks are available in English, French Spanish, Portuguese and Thai, with subtitles in English, French, Spanish, Korean, Thai and Mandarin.