Fowl Language by Brian Gordon for February 09, 2023

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    Rick Smith Premium Member 10 months ago

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    The Reader Premium Member 10 months ago

    All that Fowl Language!

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    cdward  10 months ago

    So true. We were excited to watch Romancing The Stone with our kids but had totally forgotten how much swearing (among other things) was in it. Had to turn it off and wait a few years before they (we) were ready.

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    KenseidenXL  10 months ago

    They can’t be that old. Swearing didn’t happen in movies until the 1960s. Until Howard Hughes successfully fought the very existence of the Hayes Office, the Federal Government censored films routinely. Yes, THAT Howard Hughes.

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    [Traveler]  10 months ago

    Christmas Vacation falls into that category. Be sure to watch the TV edited version

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    Zebrastripes  10 months ago

    Even though parents shield their kids from this stuff, you should get a load of what they hear from their peers….OY VEY‼️☺️

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    gigagrouch  10 months ago

    How old of a movie? One pretty much has to go back to the 40’s or 50’s if ‘blue’ language is a concern.

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    Indianapolis Smith  10 months ago

    “You’ve Got Mail”. Has one word I think was ONLY put in to raise the rating from a “G”. It is incredibly jarring how out of place it is.

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    Frank Burns Eats Worms  10 months ago

    If they hear an ‘F- bomb’, just tell them it’s the Japanese word Fook. It stands for pretty pink unicorns.

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    Hello Sweetie  10 months ago
    “Yippee ki yay, moth…..” :click:
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    JoeStoppinghem Premium Member 10 months ago

    Yup, happened to me with my son. Back to the future. Let him know we’ll finish later, about two years later…

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