The Return of the Pink Panther (1975)
The Return of the Pink Panther (1975) is a classic comedy film starring Peter Sellers as the bumbling Inspector Clouseau. The film is full of hilarious moments, but it also contains some surprisingly risqué sexual moments.
One of the most memorable scenes in the film is when Clouseau is trying to seduce a beautiful woman in a restaurant. He attempts to woo her with a series of clumsy and awkward moves, including a failed attempt at a kiss. The woman is clearly unimpressed, but Clouseau is undeterred and continues to pursue her.
Another scene that stands out is when Clouseau is in a hotel room with a woman he has just met. He attempts to seduce her by playing a romantic song on the piano, but she is not impressed and leaves the room. Clouseau is left alone, looking embarrassed and foolish.
The film also contains a few other moments that are suggestive of a sexual nature. For example, when Clouseau is in the back of a taxi, he attempts to flirt with the driver, who is clearly uninterested. There is also a scene where Clouseau is in a bathtub with a woman, although nothing explicit is shown.
Overall, The Return of the Pink Panther (1975) is a classic comedy film that contains some surprisingly risqué sexual moments. While these moments may not be suitable for younger viewers, they add an extra layer of humor to the film and make it even more enjoyable.
Lady Litton (The Phantom's wife) undresses herself in the bathroom while Clouseau and the bellboy are hiding in the sauna. Clouseau wipes away some steam accumulation on the door window and has a peek. Her bare back is shown in a couple of shots of this whole scene, but nothing overt is seen.
Several women wearing bikinis walk by the camera and Clouseau while he is waiting by the pool.
When Charles (The Phantom) sneaks into his wife's hotel room in Switzerland and wakes her up, she attempts to seduce him as he interrogates her about the Pink Panther, even jokingly answering his inquiry of "Where is it?" with "After all these years, you have to ask?" (referring to her...well, you know..)