Disney+ Early Rollout Includes a 'Double F-Bomb' Movie

The Walt Disney Company may be relegating its more adult-oriented content to Hulu, but it appears Disney+ will include at least one film featuring not one but two uses of the F-bomb.

The upcoming streaming service is currently available on a trial basis in the Netherlands, and when Fandom's Eric Goldman learned 1987's Adventures in Babysitting was among the films offered, he put out a call on Twitter to see if anyone could confirm whether the two curse words were censored.

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"A huge thank you to the Netherlands-based @swaber87, who went out of the way to check Disney+ and get me an answer!" he tweeted. "Currently at least, Adventures in Babysitting is uncensored. Confirmed: Disney+ allows a double F-Bomb movie!" The helpful Twitter user also confirmed all instances of the word "bitch" remain in the film and that, while it's rated 6 (not recommended for children under six years old), it "has a warning for language."

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Adventures in Babysitting (rated PG-13 in the U.S.) centers on a young babysitter (Elisabeth Shue) who must traverse through the city after being stranded there with the children she's in charge of looking after. The film was remade as a TV movie in 2016, premiering on the Disney Channel as the 100th Disney Channel Original Movie. Both versions are expected to be on Disney+ upon its official launch, though it remains to be seen if the original is censored in the U.S.

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Disney+ launches on Nov. 12.

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