Supervan (1977) is a cult classic comedy film that follows the adventures of a young man named Supervan, played by actor Robert Hays. The movie follows Supervan as he attempts to save his father's failing business by using a modified van to transport goods. Along the way, Supervan encounters a variety of characters, including a beautiful young woman named Sandy, played by actress Susan Dey.
The movie contains several sexual moments that are both humorous and risqué. One of the most memorable scenes is when Supervan and Sandy are in the van together and Sandy attempts to seduce him. She begins to unbutton her shirt and Supervan is visibly uncomfortable. Sandy then proceeds to kiss him and Supervan is so taken aback that he falls out of the van.
Another memorable sexual moment occurs when Supervan and Sandy are in a motel room. Sandy begins to undress and Supervan is so embarrassed that he hides in the bathroom. Sandy then proceeds to take a shower and Supervan is so mesmerized by her beauty that he can't help but peek through the door.
The movie also contains a few other sexual moments, including a scene where Supervan and Sandy are in a hot tub together. Supervan is so overwhelmed by the situation that he passes out.
Overall, Supervan (1977) is a classic comedy that contains several memorable sexual moments. The movie is sure to bring a few laughs and some risqué moments for viewers to enjoy.
There is no live human nudity in the film. Art drawn on vans shows show breasts, mostly in silhouette, briefly.
No visible sex stronger than entangled cuddling is shown; no nudity. A woman being sexually harassed is rescued. Sex is implied to have occurred with various pairs and triples in the vans, but not shown. A married woman is shown running around to various vans to have sex with strangers. We hear her and a man having sex and see a car bouncing up and down.
A wet t-shirt contest results in nipples being slightly discernible through thick fabric on a couple of women.