The Queen’s Corgi parents guide

The Queen’s Corgi Parent Guide

From the lap of luxury to the cold steel table of a vet's office.

Release date August 23, 2019

Rex, one of Her Majesty's favourite corgis at Buckingham Palace, leads a life of comfort and luxury. Apart from the occasional intrusion by the odd foreign leader, Rex has nothing to worry about. That is, until he gets lost outside the Palace gates and winds up in an animal shelter full of tough street dogs. Rex will have to learn how to get along with them in order to get home, but what will become of them once he does?

Why is The Queen’s Corgi rated Not Rated? The MPAA rated The Queen’s Corgi Not Rated

Run Time: 85 minutes

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Please Note: We have not viewed this movie. The information below is a summary based on data gathered from government and industry sponsored film classification agencies in various global regions.

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
Threatening language
Moments of minor peril
Dangerous behavior

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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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