The Stranger (1946)
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Sex & Nudity
- Nothing except a woman wears a nightgown that reveals minor cleavage.
Violence & Gore
- All violence is without blood or gore.
- Konrad swings a gymnastic ring into Wilson's head, knocking him out.
- Charles strangles Konrad to death. We see Charles place his hands around Konrads throat and squeeze before Konrad is forced off screen and dies. His corpse is then dragged along the ground and buried.
- Charles is shot in the arm.
Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking
- Wilson smokes a lights and smokes a pipe on multiple occasions. Charles and Mary both light and smoke cigarettes at various points, including in bed.
- Wine and spirts are drunk by characters.
Frightening & Intense Scenes
- Wilson shows Mary a real WWII film depicting Nazi Concentration Camps. We see a large pile of naked corpses, an empty gas chamber, an arm holding a club and a haggard, distressed man being put on a stretcher. He pleads about something. Wilson describes to Mary how The candidates were given hot showers so theyre pores would be open and the gas would act that much more quickly. We see group of people outside a building which Wilson says is A lime pit, where hundreds of men, woman and children were buried alive. Mary describes what she sees as Horrors.
Violence & Gore
- Conrad kicks a dog on screen, and then poisons that same dog. The dog's body is shown for a little while after it died and these scenes could be distressing to some viewers.
- Charles is accidentally run-through with a sword and we see it sticking out of him for a couple of seconds. He pulls himself off the blade and falls to his death. We see him falling through the air but not hit the ground.