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Slappy And The Stinkers
Slappy And The Stinkers
- 1h 18m
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The adventures of summer beckon to "The Stinkers," a group of mischievous misfits so named by Mr. Brinway, the weary headmaster of the Summer Program at upscale Dartmoor Academy. During a humdrum field trip to the Springville Aquarium, The Stinkers get the bright idea to kidnap Slappy the Sea Lion and return him to his ocean home. Unfortunately, there's another sea lion-napper on the premises, and he has other plans for Slappy's future... in a Bulgarian circus! The Stinkers manage to get Slappy back to Dartmoor only long enough for him to wreak havoc on Parent's Day and get the Stinkers expelled... leaving the poor sea lion in the hands of the evil animal broker! The Stinkers will have to pull out all the stops to save Slappy from circus life and redeem themselves in the eyes of Mr. Brinway!
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Common Sense Says
Potty humor, pratfalls as mischief-makers set sea lion free.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that slapstick action and potty humor are the main sources of comedy in this movie about setting an aquarium sea lion free. The adults are all buffoons, created to be laughed at by the kids in the movie and by the audience. There are pratfalls galore: characters tumble, are upended, punched, teased, doused in paint, bird poop, peanut butter, and vomit. There are farts, potty smells, references to peeing, and use of laxatives. Younger kids may be frightened when Slappy the sea lion is captured by villains, chained, and briefly buzzed with an electric prod, though he is never in real danger and never hurt. Two school bullies tease the five young heroes, but there's no actual threat there either. A few mild swear words are heard ("hell," "crap," "farthead"). It's generally preposterous silliness. One adult character smokes.
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- Genre:Family, Comedy
- Release Date:January 23, 1998
- Audio Format:Stereo
- Screen Pass Eligible:Yes
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