The Two Faces of Dr. Jekyll (1960)
The Two Faces of Dr. Jekyll (1960) is a classic horror film that has been praised for its unique take on the classic Jekyll and Hyde story. The film follows the story of Dr. Jekyll, a scientist who creates a potion that turns him into the monstrous Mr. Hyde. While the film is primarily focused on the horror elements, there are also some interesting sexual moments that add to the overall atmosphere of the film.
The most obvious sexual moment in the film is when Dr. Jekyll transforms into Mr. Hyde. As Mr. Hyde, he is portrayed as a more primal and animalistic version of himself, and this is reflected in his behavior. He is more aggressive and sexually charged, and this is seen in his interactions with the women in the film. He is often seen flirting with them and making suggestive comments, and there is even a scene where he attempts to rape one of the women.
Another sexual moment in the film is when Dr. Jekyll is in his laboratory and is experimenting with his potion. He is seen drinking the potion and then transforming into Mr. Hyde, and this is accompanied by a suggestive musical score. This scene is meant to suggest that the transformation is a sexual experience for Dr. Jekyll, and this is further reinforced by the fact that he is often seen in a state of arousal when he is in his laboratory.
Overall, The Two Faces of Dr. Jekyll (1960) is a classic horror film that contains some interesting sexual moments. These moments add to the overall atmosphere of the film and help to make it a unique and memorable experience.
There are several harlots working in a saloon that are scantily dressed.
A woman (scantily clad) dances sensually with a snake, gyrating her body and ending up with the snake's head in her mouth. Later she is seen in bed, face down, covered only by the sheet from waist down. Side view of breast (no nipple). She rises, back to camera, seen only from same point to top. It is implied that she and a man had sex. He also appears shirtless.
Some passionate kissing.
Two harlots sit with a man in a club. When another man leaves, he remarks he will have to entertain both of them alone. They go past a curtain with implication of sex to follow.
There are themes of lust, adultery and debauchery all through the movie.
A man suggests to another man that his mistress become the first man's mistress in return for payment of the second man's gambling debts.
A man and woman lie in bed talking. His shirt is open and her shoulders exposed. He chokes her (her legs are exposed).
Several burlesque dancing girls do a routine, holding their dresses high and showing legs and frilly panties.
A woman who was attacked in bed wakes up dressed in a bustier, showing cleavage and black hose held up by garter belts. She has scratches on her.