Tracy is told she's unfeminine for having high moral standards -- women are expected to tolerate alcoholism and adultery.
A domestic quarrel is shown between a husband and wife that ends with the husband putting his hand on his wife's face and shoving, causing her to fall to the floor. Reference later made, by the young girl of the family, to his "cruelty and drunkenness." Some fistfights, played for laughs.
Very mild innuendo; one of the characters talks of how privacy no longer exists, except "only in bed, and sometimes not even there."
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
A young girl refers to a man's "cruelty and drunkenness." This same girl tries to get a cocktail made for her as her adult family members drink in their home. Tracy gets very drunk, kisses another man the night before her wedding, and goes for a midnight swim with him. Characters drink, get drunk, and can't recall exactly what they did the night before when they wake up hung over. Talk of alcoholism, of the challenges of getting treatment, especially in the 1940s. Cigarette and pipe smoking.