Under the Yum Yum Tree (1963)
Under the Yum Yum Tree (1963) is a romantic comedy that follows the story of a young woman, played by Carol Lynley, who moves into an apartment complex and falls in love with her landlord, played by Jack Lemmon. The film is known for its lighthearted and humorous take on the subject of sexual relationships.
The film opens with a scene of Lynley and Lemmon in bed together, and it quickly becomes clear that the two are in a romantic relationship. As the film progresses, the couple's relationship becomes more intimate and they explore their sexuality together. In one scene, Lynley and Lemmon are seen in a passionate embrace, and in another, they are seen in a playful game of strip poker.
The film also features several other sexual moments, including a scene in which Lemmon's character is seen in a bathtub with a woman, and a scene in which Lynley's character is seen in a lingerie shop. These scenes are used to show the couple's growing intimacy and to demonstrate their willingness to explore their sexuality.
Overall, Under the Yum Yum Tree (1963) is a lighthearted and humorous take on the subject of sexual relationships. The film features several sexual moments that demonstrate the couple's growing intimacy and willingness to explore their sexuality. The film is a great example of how to portray sexual relationships in a positive light.
A man, (Hogan, Jack Lemmon) who is a bit of a player and peeping Tom, is a landlord who rents only to young women. He sets the rent out of reach of guys.
There are young women in skimpy bathing suits.
A young lady in a towel shows a great deal of cleavage through her bathroom window to the landlord.
Hogan's apartment is the classic bachelor pad with a number of nude and semi nude works of art.
Hogan, in addition to being a peeping Tom, has no social boundries. When he learns there is a man living in one of the apartments, he enters their apartment at odd and late hours. He even threatens to evict the couple because the presence of a man cramps his social style.