- Starring: Bobby Preston, Lorenzo Lamas, Alana Austin and Gary Busey
- Director(s): Richard Gabai
- Producer(s): Steve Austin, Jonathan Bogner
- Screenwriter(s): Michael Gannon
- Distributor: TAG Entertainment
- Animal Coordinator: Amazing Animal Actors
- Release Date: Saturday, January 31, 2004
- Rating: Not Monitored
Featured Animal Action
American Humane's Film & Television Unit did not monitor this direct-to-video film. Although Moto X Kids was a Screen Actors Guild (SAG) production, and therefore, required to provide American Humane's Certified Animal Safety Representatives on-set access whenever animals were used, the filmmakers failed to notify American Humane of their intention to use animals in this production. Because American Humane did not monitor the animal action in this film, it has received the rating Not Monitored.
How to make sure American Humane is there
The "Not Monitored" rating means American Humane's Film & Television Unit was not contacted regarding animal action in the film and was unable to verify that animals were treated humanely. Films like Moto X Kids typically receive the "Not Monitored" rating because the film's producers did not involve American Humane and may not have followed American Humane's Guidelines for the Safe Use of Animals in Filmed Media. Because the film industry is vast, American Humane needs your support to better protect animals used in entertainment.
You can help make sure the American Humane Association is there to monitor animal action in future films by:
1) Registering on our website and indicating your interest in "No Animals Were Harmed." ™ The more people who register, the stronger American Humane's impact will be on actors, producers, and film distributors.
2) Choosing to spend your money on films that express a commitment to the humane treatment of animal actors. Before buying tickets, look for the review of the animal action and make sure the film's producers have taken the right steps to ensure animal safety and well-being.
3) Letting your voice be heard. At the movies, stay tuned through the end credits to be sure the film received the "No Animals Were Harmed" Disclaimer. If you do not see it, e-mail your concerns to American Humane at email@example.com.