Gone with the West (1974)
Gone with the West is a 1974 western film directed by Burt Kennedy and starring James Caan, Stefanie Powers, and Slim Pickens. The film follows the story of a group of outlaws who are on the run from the law and trying to make a new life for themselves in the wild west.
One of the most memorable aspects of the film is its sexual moments. The film contains several scenes of sexual tension between the characters, as well as a few explicit scenes. The most notable of these is a scene in which James Caan's character, Jesse, seduces a young woman in a saloon. The scene is both sensual and erotic, and it is one of the most memorable moments in the film.
The film also contains a few other sexual moments, such as a scene in which Jesse and his partner, played by Slim Pickens, share a passionate kiss. This scene is both tender and passionate, and it serves to further develop the relationship between the two characters.
Overall, Gone with the West contains several memorable sexual moments that help to make the film an enjoyable experience. The film is a classic western, and its sexual moments add an extra layer of depth and complexity to the story.
A cowboy tries to rape a woman, but he is stopped by another cowboy.
A woman is seen naked from the rear.
A husband and wife begin to kiss and the husband begins to tear off his wife's dress.
A couple is seen making out while naked and having sex. Nothing explicit is seen.