Will Penny (1967)
Will Penny is a 1967 western starring Charlton Heston as a lonesome cowboy who finds himself in a difficult situation when he meets a young widow and her son. The movie is filled with sexual tension, as Will and the widow, Catherine Allen (played by Joan Hackett), are drawn to each other despite their differences.
The first sexual moment in the movie occurs when Will and Catherine share a passionate kiss. The kiss is unexpected and intense, and it sets the tone for the rest of the movie. Will and Catherine's relationship is complicated by the fact that she is married to another man, but they can't seem to keep their hands off each other.
The next sexual moment comes when Will and Catherine are alone in a cabin. Will is trying to protect Catherine and her son from a gang of outlaws, and the two of them share a passionate embrace. The embrace is filled with longing and desire, and it's clear that the two of them are deeply attracted to each other.
The final sexual moment in the movie comes when Will and Catherine are in a barn. Will is trying to protect Catherine from the outlaws, and the two of them share a passionate kiss. The kiss is filled with longing and desire, and it's clear that the two of them are deeply in love.
Will Penny is a classic western filled with sexual tension and romance. The movie is filled with moments of passion and desire, and it's clear that Will and Catherine are deeply in love. The movie is a must-see for fans of westerns and romance.
Man undresses and gets into bathtub nude. Nudity shows only bare chest.
A man shares a kiss with a married woman. It is implied they might have had sex but they were interrupted.
Two men force a woman to dance with them. She is forced to choose between two men with whom to have sex, which would have amounted to rape. But they are interrupted before that happens. No nudity.