A PG rated film, in the United States, means parental guidance suggested for children. Parents should decide if the children should see the movie or recommend parental guidance. Films with this rating can have some violence, mild language, and brief nudity. It means: Parental Guidance Suggested - Some Material May Not Be Suitable for Children.
The rating was introduced in 1972, replacing the GP rating that was introduced in 1970, which in turn replaced the M rating (introduced in 1968).
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