The Queen’s Corgi Parent Guide
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The Queen’s Corgi
Rating & Content Info
Why is The Queen’s Corgi rated Not Rated? The Queen’s Corgi is rated Not Rated by the MPAA
Mild sexual innuendo
Possible attempted sexual assault
Moments of minor peril
Page last updated August 7, 2019
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Cast and Crew
The Queen’s Corgi is directed by Vincent Kesteloot & Ben Stassen and stars Rusty Shackleford, Jo Wyatt, and Leo Barakat..
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If you’re looking for a funnier movie about animals that’s full of that inimitable British wit, you will definitely want to watch Flushed Away. This animated classic tells the story of Roddy, a pet rat who gets flushed down the toilet and winds up with a bunch of sewer rats, trying desperately to return home.
Another dog who gets separated from his owner and has to find his way home is the central character in Bolt.