March of the Wooden Soldiers (1934)
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Sex & Nudity
- None, except some light romance between Tom Tom and Bo.
Violence & Gore
- Slapstick mostly. Slapping, falling down.
- Off-screen: Stannie falls out a second story window.
- While demonstrating peewees, Ollie accidentally launches one that hits Barnaby. In retaliation, Barnaby pulls some hairs from Ollie's mustache.
- When the wooden soldier is walking around the toy factory, destroying things, Santa falls backwards into a drum.
- When overhearing Stannie talk about what he'd like to do to him, Barnaby hits him on the head with his cane. In retaliation, Stannie launches a peewee that knocks Barnaby over.
- Ollie is "dunked", meaning he sits on a chair that's bobbed up and down into a pond. At one point the rope breaks and Ollie is stuck underwater. He's rescued soon after.
- Ollie shoves Stannie into the pond.
- None, forbidden by the Hays Code.
Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking
- King Cole smokes a pipe.
Frightening & Intense Scenes
- The scene of the Bogeymen attacking Toyland may be intense for younger children.
- Barnaby is very cruel and may be upsetting for younger viewers. However, his over-the-top behavior and theatrical mannerisms show he's more cartoonish than intimidating.