Adults may find the special effects and enormous sets to be the most amusing aspect of this film, but little ones will no doubt be amused by the slapstick shenanigans of Fred and Barney. There are several positive messages to be found, including how to treat others. Although he wants to get rich quick, Fred’s unselfish objective is to get enough money to buy Wilma a proper engagement ring. Not realizing she loves him for who he is, Fred assumes he must provide Wilma with wealth to make her happy. Parents beware: although Fred eventually loses at the crap table, the film doesn’t contain much of an anti-gambling message. Also, there is one inappropriate sexual innuendo, but I believe it will go over the heads of little ones. There is a clear message that the two couples are very much in love and Fred realizes Wilma is his treasure. The film’s highlight: a barn-burning rendition of Viva Las Vegas (here, Viva Rock Vegas), performed by Ann Margaret.