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A certificate was a non-compulsory and advisory certificate given to BBFC films from 1912 until 1982 that contained content that might be unsuitable for younger children. In the certificate's earliest days, A certificates required that children be accompanied by adults during the film. In 1982, it was replaced by the PG rating.
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