Just trying to figure out how the ratings given to more than a few pre '70s films that I have either bought or noticed as having an 18A or even an R ratng apply when there are much worse tv programs out there. An example is Georgy Girl - the big R? And I noticed that Another Time Another Place is 18A. Seems to me that despite the subject matter it might be a bit overkill in today's world? Even though it is a tv series I had to ask myself how a Western from 1958 - Wanted: Dead Or Alive - was given the big bad R. It just might turn some people away from purchasing a certain release if they decided it applied at the same level as a movie made today. On the other hand some films rated PG in the U.S. will get a 14A up here so it really seems to be somewhat misleading at times. Any thoughts on this?