The Undertaker and His Pals (1966) is a cult classic horror-comedy film directed by T.L.P. Swicegood. The movie follows the story of three criminals, The Undertaker, The Cook, and The Cyclist, who run a restaurant and use it as a front for their criminal activities.
The movie is known for its outrageous and often risqué content, including some surprisingly explicit sexual moments. One of the most memorable scenes is when The Undertaker and The Cook are in bed together, with The Undertaker wearing a nightgown. The Cook then proceeds to seduce The Undertaker, who is clearly uncomfortable with the situation. The scene is played for laughs, but it is still a surprisingly bold moment for a movie from the 1960s.
Another memorable sexual moment comes when The Cook and The Cyclist are in bed together. The Cook is wearing a nightgown, while The Cyclist is wearing a tuxedo. The Cook then proceeds to seduce The Cyclist, who is clearly uncomfortable with the situation. Again, the scene is played for laughs, but it is still a surprisingly bold moment for a movie from the 1960s.
The Undertaker and His Pals is a cult classic, and its sexual moments are a big part of its appeal. While these scenes may seem shocking today, they were groundbreaking for their time. The movie is a reminder of how far we have come in terms of sexual liberation, and it is still a fun and entertaining watch.
Quite a few scenes of women in their underwear.sure to drive young lads mad w/ murderously engorged bratwurst-actually this movie is less dirty than pillow-talk and seems to be aimed at 11 year old boys
It is implied that a man has sexual relationships with his female secretaries.