Little Big Man (1970)
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|MPAA||Rated PG-13 for intense battle sequences and some sexual content|
Sex & Nudity
- General Custer talks about "muscle spasms and Poison to the gonads" He describes this as "medical terminology". This may be too suggestive for younger viewers.
- During most of the movie there is a strong sense of sexual tension/sex. It's presented in an almost funny way, but it's one of the key components of the movie.
- Includes scenes in which sexual intercourse is strongly implied, with Little Big Man under the sheets with a giggling woman, in one case followed by two others in the same tent.
- There is a scene where a married middle-aged woman bathes a teenage boy (he was fully able to do so himself) and kisses him after he gets out of the tub. Soon after this scene, Little Big Man hears/sees the same woman cheating on her husband with another man----the scene is not visually graphic however it is strongly sexual and lngthy---the two's legs are shown intertwined, lying in bed and we hear the two orgasm, explicitly.
- Main character visits a "...house of ill-fame" where a worker describes herself as a "...fallen flower." She rolls off her stockings, unbuttons her bustier (only shows stomach), lays on bed waiting for customer (nothing sexual happens beyond that point).
- An Indian woman gropes Little Big Man's sister's (clothed) breasts, to confirm whether she is male or female.
- During a battle scene, a woman's clothes catch on fire, she takes them off and she is seen fully nude for a brief moment before falling into the snow. She is seen for a relatively far distance, so her breasts aren't really that easy to see. Nothing explicit about that scene.
Violence & Gore
- Includes attack scenes, including the killing of unarmed men and women fleeing attacking soldiers. Some fighting scenes include bloody injuries.
- Damn & Hell are used. There might be other profanities used but I don't remember.
- Gonads is used by General Custer.
Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking
- Jack Crabb becomes a drunkard. He drinks heavily and vomits at one point.
- Some drinking and smoking is present during the movie.
- Indians smoke pipe.
Frightening & Intense Scenes
- There is implied killing of and eating a dog.
- During the Battle of the Little Bighorn, Custer calls the President a "Damn Drunkard"