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Desc:The PG-13 rating was created because of this movie.
Category:Classic Movies, Horror
Tags:Gremlins, flashdance, Joe Dante, phoebe cates, Happy Hour
Submitted:Hugo Gorilla
Date:11/01/11
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erratic - 2011-11-02
The original script called for a full on horror sequence with gremlins eating bar patrons. I'm kinda glad they went with screwball.
StanleyPain - 2011-11-02
Well, more accurately, Temple of Doom was why the PG13 rating was made. People freaked at how dark and violent it was, and Spielberg suggested the new rating for future films. I believe Dreamscape was the first mainstream feature film with the rating.
GeneralJameson - 2011-11-02
Yep.

Reefer Fez - 2011-11-02
I always thought "Red Dawn" was the first PG-13 film.

fedex - 2011-11-02
2:30

**fap**
YakooMarkTwo - 2011-11-02
Every time a muppet/puppet gets randomly tossed into the air in the background of a scene (especially chickens), an angel gets its wings.
Anaxagoras - 2011-11-02
There was a 2003 study that demonstrated that puppets getting randomly tossed in the background is funny 89% of the time, but foreground tossings are only funny 17% of the time. Further research is needed to discover the cause of this discrepancy.

Spit Spingola - 2011-11-02
I love scenes with puppets operating their own puppets.
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