Some Like It Hot (1959)
Some Like It Hot (1959) is a classic comedy film directed by Billy Wilder and starring Marilyn Monroe, Tony Curtis, and Jack Lemmon. The film follows two musicians, Joe and Jerry, who witness a mob hit and must disguise themselves as women to escape the mob. In the process, they join an all-female band and find themselves in a variety of comedic and romantic situations.
One of the most memorable aspects of Some Like It Hot is its sexual moments. The film is filled with sexual innuendo and double entendres, as well as some of the most iconic images of Marilyn Monroe. In one scene, Monroe's character, Sugar Kane, performs a sultry rendition of "I Wanna Be Loved By You" in a nightclub. The scene is filled with sexual tension, as Joe (Curtis) and Jerry (Lemmon) watch from the audience, both of them clearly smitten with Sugar.
The film also features a memorable scene in which Joe and Jerry, in their female disguises, share a bed in a hotel room. Joe, in particular, is uncomfortable with the situation and tries to keep his distance from Jerry. However, Jerry is more open to the idea and even tries to seduce Joe. The scene is both funny and awkward, as Joe and Jerry try to navigate their feelings for each other while in disguise.
Overall, Some Like It Hot is a classic comedy that is still beloved by audiences today. The film's sexual moments are some of its most memorable, and they help to create a unique and entertaining viewing experience.
There is no nudity or graphic discussion of sex.
During Daphne's 'Train Party' there are a lot of bare legs on display when all the girls decide to join in. All feet are also bare, and whilst fairly innocent today, these were body parts generally covered up in films made prior to the 1960s.
No suggestive male attire or nudity.
A woman wears a dress in which her breasts are almost completely bare except for some covering of her nipples. However the film is black and white so it is difficult to see clearly
Scenes of two characters kissing on a couch (no sexual activity).
Characters frequently scantily clad.
Some sexual innuendo and play with sexual identity in the dialog.
Humor is often based on sexual confusion and comic sexual situations
Comic verbal innuendo
At one point, it is implied a man (desguised a woman) has an erection