George Washington II: The Forging of a Nation (1986 TV Movie)
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Sex & Nudity
- A woman tells one of George Washington's men about her problem with her husband running off with another woman committing adultery and is crying and upset about it.
Violence & Gore
- There is violence in the movie involving a riot with a group of mobs attacking George Washington's men and even going up to threaten George Washington himself but George Washington shows up by his window and the mob breaks up and goes home.
- George Washington ends up having surgery on his leg by one of the doctors cutting his leg open to get the tumor out of his body.
- The mob at the farms attacks the tax collector and tortures him by poking a hot iron into his body before they tarred and feathered him and George Washington response is by going off to war against the rebels.
- The mountain men and farmers can be seen attacking George Washington's army with their shotgun and cannons killing some of the soldiers and farmer rebels.
- George Washington and his men fire their guns at the men in the forest scaring the horses and George Washington orders a ceasefire among his men.
- There are swear words used in throughout the TV movie including words like "Bloody", "Damn", "Damned", "Damnable", "Hell", "Jackasses", and "Bastard".
Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking
- There are men in the movie that can be seen smoking tobacco pipes.
- There are men in the movie that can be seen drinking various alcohol drinks including wine, champagne, brandy, whiskey, beer at the guest parties and also at the tavern.
- George Washington as President declares a new Whiskey tax law to raise the taxes on whiskey in order to pay off the debt he owed to Europe countries which created controversy among mountain men, farmers In response to that law they attacked one of the tax collectors and George Washington raises an army to put down the rebellion and mob violence going on.
Frightening & Intense Scenes
- There are frightening scenes in the movie involving mob riots in the town and battle scenes with soldiers and farmers getting into feuds by killing each other.
- The scene with the mob threatening to invade George Washington's mansion may disturb kids and sensitive people.
- The scene with the tax collector getting attacked by a mob with a hot poker and tar and feathers may be too disturbing for kids and sensitive people to watch.
- George Washington's men can be heard yelling and arguing about political issues going on during George Washington's time.
- During George Washington's time. The issue with slavery among African men and women at that time may upset those people sensitive to slavery and abuse going on at the time.