Tarzan and His Mate (1934)
Tarzan and His Mate (1934) is a classic adventure film that has become a cult classic. The film follows the story of Tarzan, a man raised by apes, and his mate, Jane, as they explore the African jungle. While the film is known for its thrilling action sequences and breathtaking scenery, it also contains some of the most iconic sexual moments in cinema history.
The most famous of these moments is the infamous “swimming sequence”. In this scene, Tarzan and Jane take a swim in a lake, and the camera lingers on their bodies as they move through the water. The scene is both sensual and playful, and it has become one of the most iconic images of the film.
Another memorable moment is when Tarzan and Jane share a passionate kiss in the jungle. The scene is shot in slow motion, and the camera lingers on their faces as they embrace. The moment is both romantic and erotic, and it has become one of the most iconic images of the film.
Finally, there is the scene in which Tarzan and Jane make love in a tree. The scene is shot in a single take, and the camera lingers on their faces as they make love. The moment is both intimate and passionate, and it has become one of the most iconic images of the film.
Tarzan and His Mate (1934) is a classic adventure film that has become a cult classic. The film contains some of the most iconic sexual moments in cinema history, and these moments have become iconic images of the film. From the infamous “swimming sequence” to the passionate kiss in the jungle to the intimate love scene in a tree, Tarzan and His Mate (1934) is a film that will remain in the hearts and minds of viewers for years to come.
Jane is laying naked (we assume) under a fur blanket as Tarzan lies on top of her.
At a campsite, Jane goes into a tent to change from her jungle outfit to an evening dress. Unknown to her, three men sitting near by can see her silhouette as she slips out of her outfit. We can see the outline of her naked body. The men clearly admire the sight.
Jane (Maureen O'Sullivan) wears an outfit which is completely open at the sides. During a scene in which she crouches to fire a gun, the front flap moves to one side and exposes her lower front. Needless to say, this scene was subsequently clipped by the censors, but was restored for the uncut re-release.
Most of the African men wear only loin cloths. The African women are topless, their breasts are visible.
Tarzan rips Jane's (Maureen O'Sullivan) dress off as he pushes her in the river. He dives in after her. They swim underwater playfully together and we see Jane (body double Josephine McKim) is nude. Her butt is clearly visible in some well lit shots and we can see the sides of her breasts. The water is murky in other shots and the couple is filmed from a distance so we can't see nipples or pubic hair when Jane faces the camera briefly a few times. After a few minutes of swimming Jane (O'Sullivan) climbs out of the water but stands behind bushes so we can't see her body. A monkey takes her dress and climbs into a tree taunting her. She scolds him until he gives it back. She puts it on.