Should Hollywood stop making R-rated movies for teens?

September 1999
Scholastic Scope;9/20/99, Vol. 48 Issue 2, p4
Focuses on the role of Hollywood in making R-rated movies for teenagers in the United States. Examples of R-rated films for teenagers; Requirements in buying tickets for R-rated movies; Impact of R-rated movies on children; Responsibilities of parents in teaching morality to children.


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