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Q: What is the rating of Spirit?

A: The Motion Picture Association of America has given Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron a "G" rating, making it appropriate for all audiences.

Q: How long is Spirit?

A: The movie is one hour and 23 minutes long.

Q: I heard the songs are by someone named Bryan Adams. Who is he?

A: Bryan Adams is a popular Canadian singer who is no stranger to many in and out of the U.S. He has garnished three Academy Award Best Song nominations in the past, including the song "Everything I Do, I Do It for You," from Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves. In total, Adams album sales have exceeded 60 million copies!

Q: Is it true that Hans Zimmer's score is not on the Spirit soundtrack?!

A: DreamWorks has a bad habit of delaying or not putting out score soundtracks of its animated movies. The current soundtrack features the songs by Bryan Adams and only four of Hans Zimmer's excellent background score. This is surprising considering that Hans Zimmer is one of the most respected and talented composers in the world. There is a chance that DreamWorks may release a score-only CD several months down the road, however, like it did for Shrek.

Q: I have Spirit question. Where do I ask it?

A: Send your question to with a subject header of "Spirit Question". Select questions will be answered on this page.

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