The Mad Bomber (1973)
The Mad Bomber (1973) is a classic crime thriller directed by William Castle. The movie follows the story of a deranged bomber who terrorizes New York City with his explosive devices. The movie is filled with suspense, action, and a few unexpected sexual moments.
The Mad Bomber features a few scenes that are surprisingly sexual in nature. One of the most memorable is when the bomber, played by Robert Duvall, meets a young woman in a bar. The two engage in a flirtatious conversation, and the bomber eventually kisses her. This scene is unexpected, as it is not typical for a movie of this genre to feature such a moment.
Another sexual moment in The Mad Bomber occurs when the bomber meets a female detective. The two share a passionate kiss, and the scene is filled with sexual tension. This scene is unexpected, as it is not typical for a movie of this genre to feature such a moment.
The Mad Bomber also features a few scenes that are surprisingly suggestive in nature. One of the most memorable is when the bomber meets a female doctor. The two engage in a flirtatious conversation, and the doctor eventually kisses the bomber. This scene is unexpected, as it is not typical for a movie of this genre to feature such a moment.
Overall, The Mad Bomber is a classic crime thriller that features a few unexpected sexual moments. These moments add an unexpected layer of suspense and intrigue to the movie, and make it a must-see for fans of the genre.
Several instances of nudity ranging from partial to full-body nudity. There are at least 2 instances of rape.
A woman is assaulted inside a supply room of a hospital. Her attacker tapes her mouth before ripping her hospital gown off to expose her breasts. She is slowly forced down to the floor where she is seen only from the head to her upper body. Her traumatized expression strongly implies rape committed off-screen. She is later found and confirms the incident to police.
A police officer visits a strip club to interview a dancer about a suspect in his investigation. There are several glimpses of the main stage where dancers are seen fully nude as they perform. The police officer speaks with one of the dancers backstage as she undresses; frontal nudity is visible.
A woman is assaulted by the same reported serial rapist. Forced to drive into the woods, she is then pulled into the backseat of her car where her attacker rips her dress open, exposing her breasts before raping her. Unlike the first victim, she is able to scream and resist until her attacker stops momentarily. She then manages to escape while he's distracted and runs off down a road. While fleeing, she is mostly exposed.
A police officer visits the family of the rapist and discovers a shed in the backyard where inside the rapist kept nude poster-sized photos of his wife on the interior walls. The cop also discovers a film reel of the rapist's wife in full nudity posing erotically.
The rapist returns home after a special release granted as part of his deal in cooperating with police in their search for the bomber. He returns to his shed where he proceeds to watch his film recording of his fully-nude wife. Non-graphic masturbation, but it's strongly implied the rapist is aroused by the footage.