Run, Angel, Run! (1969)
Run, Angel, Run! (1969) is a classic action movie starring William Smith as a Vietnam War veteran who is framed for a crime he did not commit. The movie is full of exciting action sequences and thrilling car chases, but it also has its fair share of sexual moments.
The movie opens with a scene of Angel (Smith) and his girlfriend, played by actress Joanna Frank, in bed together. The scene is brief, but it sets the tone for the rest of the movie. Later, Angel and Joanna share a passionate kiss in a bar, and Angel is seen shirtless in several scenes.
The movie also features a few steamy scenes between Angel and his female co-star, played by actress Sharon Farrell. In one scene, Angel and Sharon are seen in a passionate embrace, and in another, they are shown in bed together.
The movie also features a few scenes of Angel and his male co-star, played by actor Robert Walker Jr. In one scene, Angel and Robert are seen in a passionate embrace, and in another, they are shown in bed together.
Overall, Run, Angel, Run! (1969) is a classic action movie that features a few steamy scenes. While the movie is mostly focused on the action, the sexual moments add an extra layer of excitement to the movie.
There is a small scene of Laurie sleeping topless a quick glance before the scene changes
The opening scene shows a topless dancer (Randee Lynne Jensen) in a bar, several very quick views of her topless.
Laurie (Valerie Starrett) gets in a cab and a guy puts his hand on her thigh, implying she's having sex for money. Later Angel (William Smith) makes a derogatory remark about the way she raised money for his bail.
Several men in a boxcar proposition Laurie and try to rape her but Angel violently stops them.
Angel and Laurie make out in an old building, later make out on the beach, but stay clothed.
Laurie undresses for a shower, but the camera avoids any nudity.
Angel and Laurie have sex, she shows her bare back and side views of bare breasts.