If youíre interested, the chairman of the movie ratings counsel is retiring after 30 years and the link is an interview about that time. I found it interesting.

Speaking of the G rating, it has evaporated. Last year, there were 11 movies with that rating. In 1969, there were 101. Why?

Studios want the rating they think will be most commercial. Itís almost as if they throw in a ďhellĒ or a ďdamnĒ just to get a PG.