The Four Musketeers: Milady's Revenge (1974)
The 1974 movie The Four Musketeers: Milady’s Revenge is a classic swashbuckling adventure film that follows the exploits of the legendary musketeers, Athos, Porthos, Aramis, and D’Artagnan. While the movie is full of action and adventure, it also contains some surprisingly steamy sexual moments.
The movie begins with a scene of the musketeers in a tavern, where they are propositioned by a group of women. The women offer the musketeers a night of pleasure in exchange for money, and the musketeers accept. This scene sets the tone for the rest of the movie, as the musketeers are often seen in the company of beautiful women.
The sexual tension between the musketeers and the women they encounter is palpable. In one scene, the musketeers are in a tavern and are approached by a woman who is clearly interested in them. She flirts with them and even offers to buy them drinks. The musketeers are clearly tempted by her advances, but they remain loyal to their mission.
The sexual tension between the musketeers and the women they encounter reaches its climax in a scene where the musketeers are in a bedroom with a beautiful woman. The woman seduces the musketeers, and the scene culminates in a passionate kiss between the musketeers and the woman.
The Four Musketeers: Milady’s Revenge is a classic swashbuckling adventure film that is full of action and adventure. But it also contains some surprisingly steamy sexual moments that add an extra layer of excitement to the movie. The movie is a must-watch for fans of the musketeers and for those who enjoy a good swashbuckling adventure.
Some kissing. Most of the women show cleavage.
A woman goes to take a bath. She removes her clothes, but no nudity is shown.
A man and a woman go into a room to have sex. They both begin to undress, but nothing is shown after that.
A man and woman are shown lying in bed together after having sex off-screen. The man is shirtless while the woman is completely nude, although she's covered with the bed sheets.
D'Artagnan is seduced by Milady's maid, Kitty. Sex is implied but not shown.
When Milady asks Kitty if D'Artagnan had come by that day, Kitty answers that he "had not come" while D'Artagnan looks disappointingly at himself. The two had been engaging in a secret liaison just prior. This joke may fly over the heads of younger viewers.