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Forgotten History Video - July 7, 2017

Dear friends,

Film history is so vast and dense that they should make a series of movies about it.

One aspect that interests me is the creation of the PG-13 rating by the MPAA. It's probably the most used rating and it's also the youngest.

Discover its origins and how films recieve this rating.

Thank you,

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A Brief History of PG-13

It seems like every movie that comes out these days is rated PG-13. It's been around since 1984, but have you ever wonder 'why' or 'how' it came to be?

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