The Music Man (1962)
The Music Man (1962) is a classic musical film that has been beloved by generations of viewers. It tells the story of Professor Harold Hill, a con man who comes to a small town in Iowa and attempts to start a boys' band. Along the way, he falls in love with the town librarian, Marian Paroo.
The Music Man is a charming and lighthearted film, but it also contains some surprisingly sexual moments. One of the most memorable is when Professor Hill and Marian Paroo share a passionate kiss in the town square. The kiss is passionate and intense, and it is clear that the two characters are deeply in love.
Another memorable sexual moment in The Music Man is when Professor Hill and Marian Paroo dance together. The dance is slow and sensual, and it is clear that the two characters are feeling a strong connection. This scene is particularly memorable because it is one of the few moments in the film where the two characters are able to express their feelings for each other.
The Music Man is a classic musical film that has been beloved by generations of viewers. It is filled with memorable musical numbers and charming characters. But it also contains some surprisingly sexual moments that add an extra layer of depth to the story. These moments make The Music Man an even more enjoyable film to watch.
Some kissing scenes, but no sex or nudity, although all during the first half, Harold Hill treats Marian as if he were trying to seduce her. The most explicit he gets is when he says "Maiden lady librarians who give piano lessons are a specialty of mine...I'll back her into a corner and breathe on her glasses."
The gossipy townswomen believe that Marian once had an affair with Mr. Madison, a philanthropist who never appears in the film. He was her father's best friend.
The song "The Sadder-But-Wiser Girl" contains a few suggestive lines ("I prefer to take a chance on a more adult romance, no dewy young miss who keeps resisting" "How can ignorance be compared to bliss?" "I pray for a Hester to win just one more A." "I rave for the virtue I'm too late to save" "I grin when the gal with a touch of sin walks in" etc.) A couple mild gestures are also made (light thrusting movements, motioning the curves of a female).
In one scene, Charlie tells Marian that Professor Hill has a girl in all 102 counties in Iowa.