C.C. & Company (1970)
C.C. & Company (1970) is a classic action movie starring Joe Namath and Ann-Margret. The movie follows the story of a biker gang led by C.C. Ryder (Namath) and their adventures in the desert. While the movie is mostly known for its action sequences, it also contains some steamy sexual moments.
The most memorable scene in the movie is when C.C. and Ann-Margret's character, Ann, share a passionate kiss. The kiss is set against a backdrop of a beautiful desert sunset, making it all the more romantic. The scene is further enhanced by the fact that the two characters are wearing leather biker outfits, adding to the overall sexiness of the moment.
Another memorable sexual moment in the movie is when C.C. and Ann share a passionate embrace in a motel room. The scene is shot in a way that emphasizes the intimacy between the two characters, and the chemistry between Namath and Ann-Margret is palpable.
Overall, C.C. & Company (1970) is a classic action movie that also contains some steamy sexual moments. The passionate kiss between C.C. and Ann, as well as the intimate embrace in the motel room, are sure to leave viewers feeling hot and bothered.
A man and woman are having sex on the ground, both are naked though only the man's butt is shown. Another couple is making out and trips over the couple on the ground, the couple on the ground continues.
A female biker bathing exposes her breasts several times during the scene.
Joe Namath and Ann-Margret roll around nude in the dark. Lots of bare skin, lots of side breast, and a few nipple glimpses
Insinuated road head scene, girl on back of bike grabs guys's crotch, and another girl asks an older gentleman when the last time he got it up. General kissing, groping, bare butts shown. Bikers bathing at waterfall, all in underwear.