Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that this 1966 movie is a product of the era in which it was filmed, and the treatment of two Asian characters would be considered offensive by today's standards. The roles of husband and wife also seem dated. Lots of scenes of adorable puppies getting up to mischief will make this a winner for dog lovers.
Married couple exchange numerous affectionate embraces and kisses, but sleep in 1960s-issue twin beds.
Husband tells wife to "shut up" during a fight, then apologizes profusely.
The dynamic between the bossy wife and milquetoast husband, as well as the wife's social ambitions played out through her dogs, may not be something to model, but it certainly reflects human nature. Mutual devotion between dog and human is sweetly depicted.
Drugs / Tobacco /
An anxious character drains a few glasses of champagne; another is teased about being drunk at a past social event.