Dumbo is a familiar story watched by generations since its debut in 1941. With Disney's recent rash of remakes, Tim Burton was hired to reimagine the classic tale. The original film may have had its moments of deep sadness, but the remake has certainly upped the ante for the 21st century.
Tim Burton's remake has been given a PG rating by the British Board of Film Classification.
The BBFC says a PG rating means: "General viewing, but some scenes may be unsuitable for young children.
"A PG film should not unsettle a child aged around eight or older."
The BBFC insight cites mild threat and brief violence as the reason behind its PG rating.
Warning: spoilers for Dumbo are below.
Dumbo: The Disney movie is suitable for children 8 and up (Image: Netflix)
They write: "There is a mild threat when two children who are chased by a circus guard get stuck in a tent which is on fire.
"There is brief violence when a man punches another man in the face, resulting in a bloodied lip.
"There are brief