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My Dog the Champion Censored in Great Britain

Another Family Film has Problems with a Word

While real curse words can make the difference between a BBFC 12, 15 or 18 rating, there is one term that seems to find its way repeatedly into films for kids but is rarely found in productions for mature audiences: spastic.

After the films Snowflake - The White Gorilla and Ice Age 4, we now have another movie that has to cut out this word in order to get the BBFC "U" rating and avoid the "PG". The most recent example is My Dog the Champion. The cover artwork has yet to be adjusted to "U" but that will most likely happen before the UK release date on April 21st, 2014.

Release: Apr 10, 2014 - Author: Bob - Translator: Mike Lowrey

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