The Ballad of Cable Hogue (1970)
The Ballad of Cable Hogue (1970) is a classic western movie directed by Sam Peckinpah. It tells the story of a drifter named Cable Hogue, who finds himself stranded in the desert and discovers a water spring. He decides to build a business around the spring, and eventually finds success and love.
The movie also contains some surprisingly sexual moments. One of the most memorable is when Cable meets a prostitute named Hildy. He is immediately smitten with her, and the two share a passionate kiss. Later, Cable and Hildy share a romantic night together, and the scene is surprisingly intimate and sensual.
Another memorable sexual moment comes when Cable meets a woman named Joshua. He is immediately attracted to her, and the two share a passionate kiss. The scene is filled with sexual tension, and it is clear that Cable is deeply in love with Joshua.
Finally, there is a scene in which Cable and Hildy share a passionate night together. The scene is filled with sexual energy, and it is clear that the two are deeply in love.
The Ballad of Cable Hogue is a classic western movie, and it contains some surprisingly sexual moments. The movie is filled with romantic and sensual scenes, and it is clear that Cable is deeply in love with both Hildy and Joshua. The movie is a great example of how a western movie can contain sexual moments without being exploitative or gratuitous.
A woman is seen dressed provactively throughout the film, there is alot of shots of her chest and buttocks in tight clothes.
A woman shows men to her room indicating she is a prostitute.
A man is seen having a bath, a woman washes him. No nudity is seen.
A woman shows her name to a man stitched onto her underpants.
A couple kiss passionately on a bed, the man is topless and she is seen in her underwear. This happens again later in the film.
A man washes a woman in a tin bath, she later gets out naked and runs into a house. Back view can be seen.
A man is shown to look at a woman's clothed breasts, we see numerous close ups.