MGM/UA Home Video’s “A Fistful of Dollars” gunned down an R “for violence” and 20th Century Fox’s “The Beverly Hillbillies” strummed up a PG for “some off-color humor,” according to the 1,281st bulletin from the Motion Picture Assn. of America’s Classification and Ratings Administration. The following is a list of rated films:


“Belle Epoque” (Sony Pictures Classics; “for sexuality and language.”)

“A Fistful of Dollars” (MGM/UA Home Video; “for violence.”)

“Judgment Night” (Universal; “for strong violence and brutality, and for language.”)

“The Program” (Buena Vista; “for language.”)

“The Shining Blood” (Thrill Entertainment Inc.; “for a strong sex sequence, and for violence and language.”)


“Praying Mantis” (Wilshire Court Prods.; “for some violence and terror and a scene of sensuality.”)


“The Beverly Hillbillies” (20th Century Fox Film Corp.; “for some off-color humor.”)

“A Home of Our Own” (Gramercy Pictures; “for some mild language and violence in a family drama.”)


“The Goodbye Bird” (Leucadia Film Corp.)

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