A Hard Day's Night (1964)
The Beatles’ 1964 movie A Hard Day’s Night is a classic of British cinema, and it’s also one of the most sexually charged films of the era. While the movie is mostly remembered for its iconic musical performances, it also contains a number of subtle sexual moments that have been overlooked by many viewers.
The movie follows the Beatles as they travel to London to perform a live television show. Along the way, they encounter a variety of characters, including a young woman named Millie (played by Wilfrid Brambell). Millie is a flirtatious character who is constantly trying to get the attention of the Beatles. She even goes so far as to kiss Ringo on the cheek, much to his surprise.
The movie also features a scene in which the Beatles are in a hotel room and John Lennon (played by John Lennon) is seen in bed with a woman. While the scene is brief, it is a clear indication of the Beatles’ sexual exploits.
The movie also contains a number of suggestive lines of dialogue. At one point, Paul McCartney (played by Paul McCartney) tells a woman that he “couldn’t resist” her. Later, John Lennon tells a woman that he “wouldn’t mind” if she stayed the night.
The Beatles’ music also contains a number of sexually charged lyrics. In the song “Can’t Buy Me Love”, the lyrics “I’ll buy you a diamond ring, my friend, if it makes you feel alright” are a clear reference to a sexual relationship.
Overall, A Hard Day’s Night is a classic movie that contains a number of subtle sexual moments. While the movie is mostly remembered for its iconic musical performances, it also contains a number of suggestive lines of dialogue and suggestive lyrics that hint at the Beatles’ sexual exploits.
Paul says that his grandfather is probably involved in a orgy.
Seconds after Paul says the above, The Beatles become excited and run out of the room, and a elderly man says what about me, and John replies you're too old.
John says that Paul's grandfather is sex-obsessed.
Paul's grandfather is seen with a couple of young women. One in the train and one in a club.
An old man is seen in his underwear.
John is seen in a bath, he's only wearing swim trunks.
Paul's grandfather looks down a woman's dress and comments about how she is probably a good swimmer.
George watches a pair of legs intently as a female receptionist puts her shoes on one at a time.
A woman with a very low cut black evening dress shows a lot of cleavage as she leans over the shoulders of the men she is behind.