Deaf Smith & Johnny Ears (1973)
Deaf Smith & Johnny Ears is a 1973 Western film directed by Robert Parrish and starring George Peppard and Robert Blake. The film follows the story of two outlaws, Deaf Smith and Johnny Ears, who team up to rob a bank in the town of El Paso.
The film contains several sexual moments, which are integral to the plot. One of the most memorable scenes is when Deaf Smith and Johnny Ears are in a saloon and Deaf Smith is propositioned by a prostitute. Deaf Smith is initially hesitant, but eventually gives in and the two have a passionate encounter. This scene is important because it shows the vulnerability of Deaf Smith, who is usually portrayed as a tough and stoic character.
Another sexual moment in the film occurs when Deaf Smith and Johnny Ears are in a hotel room. Johnny Ears is propositioned by a woman, and the two have a passionate encounter. This scene is important because it shows the softer side of Johnny Ears, who is usually portrayed as a tough and hardened criminal.
The sexual moments in Deaf Smith & Johnny Ears are important because they provide insight into the characters and their relationships. They also add a layer of complexity to the story, as the characters must grapple with their own desires and emotions. Ultimately, these moments help to make the film more interesting and engaging.
Rated PG for Western Violence, Language, and Sexuality/Nudity.
A women is seen puting her clothes on after swimming in a pond. Nothing explicite is seen.
A man and a woman are seen having sex for 30 seconds. They're both naked and the woman's cleavage is seen and so is her buttocks.