The Three Musketeers (1973)
The Three Musketeers (1973) is a classic adventure movie that follows the story of four brave musketeers and their quest to save the Queen of France. While the movie is full of action and adventure, it also contains some surprisingly risqué moments.
The movie begins with a scene of the musketeers, D'Artagnan, Athos, Porthos, and Aramis, in a brothel. While the scene is played for laughs, it is clear that the musketeers are there for more than just a good time. Later in the movie, D'Artagnan is seen flirting with the Queen of France, and the two share a passionate kiss.
The movie also features a scene in which the musketeers are in a tavern and a group of women enter. The women are dressed in revealing clothing and are clearly there to provide sexual services. The musketeers are clearly taken aback by the sight, and the scene ends with the women leaving with the musketeers in tow.
The movie also features a scene in which D'Artagnan is seduced by a woman named Milady. The two share a passionate kiss and the scene ends with Milady leaving with D'Artagnan in tow.
Overall, The Three Musketeers (1973) is a classic adventure movie with some surprisingly risqué moments. While the movie is mostly focused on action and adventure, it also contains some surprisingly sexual moments that add to the movie's overall appeal.
A woman's bare breasts covered by a nightgown show through a sedan chair window. Man inside reaches towards them as if to fondle them but scene cuts. Some women's costumes show deep decolletage. A man undresses a woman down to her bodice and petticoats; they kiss and recline onto a bed. Also several occasions of bare-chested men.
No on screen sex or nudity. Shirtless man.
Leading man has an affair with a married woman. They are shown trying to have relations and dressing after some trysts. Some awkwardness and conspicuousness of the relation is used for humor.