A Trip to the Moon (1902)
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Sex & Nudity
- Some women in tight, skimpy costumes in a few scenes, but nothing revealing. No real nudity.
Violence & Gore
- Nothing too serious. A professor throws some books at someone who is opposed to his trip to the moon, but this is all done in a comical fashion and is not meant to be taken seriously.
- Some aliens appear on the moon that threaten the crew. However, when they are attacked, they hip-toss the aliens, who explode into a cloud of smoke.
- When the crew lands on the Man on the Moon, the land in his eye. This causes blood to pour from underneath. It's hard to tell it's blood in the black and white version, though.
- None, this is a silent film. Some versions contain narration, which is also profanity free.
Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking
Frightening & Intense Scenes
- A few of the scenes on the moon with the aliens are a bit intense and frightening, particularly with the aliens in pursuit of our heroes as they escape the moon. But again, as an early silent film, this is very tame by today's standards.
- Also, the Man in the Moon looks sort of creepy.