Chato's Land (1972)
Chatos Land is a 1972 Spanish-Italian western film directed by José Luis Merino. The film follows the story of a group of bandits led by the mysterious Chatos, who are on the run from the law.
The film is known for its explicit sexual content, which was quite controversial for its time. The most memorable sexual moment in the film is when Chatos and his lover, the beautiful Maria, make love in a cave. The scene is quite graphic and explicit, and it was one of the first times that a mainstream film featured such a scene.
The film also features a number of other sexual moments, including a scene where Chatos and Maria have a threesome with another woman. This scene was also quite controversial for its time, as it was one of the first times that a mainstream film featured a threesome.
Overall, Chatos Land is a classic western that is remembered for its explicit sexual content. The film was quite controversial for its time, but it paved the way for other films to explore more explicit sexual content.
A man chases a woman briefly asking her to give him some "honey", she runs away and she breasts flash briefly under her open shirt.
Briefly see Bronson butt cheeks as he runs around in a loincloth.
It is implied that several men rape a woman. After they are done, they carry her out of the shack, naked, and tie her up to use her as human bait.
The cable version features female nudity during the rape scene.