Common Law Cabin (1967)
Common Law Cabin (1967) is a classic western comedy that has become a cult classic. The movie follows the adventures of two bumbling outlaws, played by Dean Martin and John Wayne, as they try to outwit the law and make a living in the Wild West. While the movie is full of laughs and hijinks, it also contains some surprisingly risqué moments.
The movie begins with the two outlaws, Luke and Jed, trying to hide out in a cabin. While there, they discover a beautiful woman, played by Ina Balin, who is living in the cabin with her husband. The two outlaws quickly become smitten with the woman and begin to flirt with her. This leads to some awkward and humorous moments, as the two men try to outdo each other in their attempts to win her affections.
Things get even more risqué when the woman's husband leaves the cabin and the two outlaws are left alone with her. They start to get a bit too close for comfort, with Luke even trying to kiss her. This leads to a physical altercation between the two men, as they fight over the woman.
The movie also features a scene in which Luke and Jed try to seduce a saloon girl. They attempt to buy her drinks and get her to dance with them, but she refuses. This leads to a humorous scene in which the two men try to outdo each other in their attempts to win her affections.
Overall, Common Law Cabin (1967) is a classic western comedy that contains some surprisingly risqué moments. While the movie is full of laughs and hijinks, it also contains some surprisingly sexual moments that add to the movie's charm.
The three women of the film have very large breasts and are either in bikinis or topless, showing lots of cleavage. When they are topless, only the side of their breasts are visible, never nipples.
Some kissing and implied sex.
A woman swims fully nude, her butt and side of her breasts visible.