Silent Movie (1976)
The 1976 comedy classic Silent Movie is a hilarious film that follows the misadventures of a group of filmmakers as they attempt to make a silent movie. While the movie is filled with slapstick comedy and silly gags, it also contains a few moments of sexual innuendo.
The first sexual moment in the movie comes when the lead character, Mel Funn (played by Mel Brooks), is trying to convince a studio executive to finance his movie. He tells the executive that he has a great idea for a scene involving a woman in a bathtub. The executive responds with a suggestive comment, “Oh, I like that.”
The next sexual moment comes when Mel and his crew are filming a scene in a restaurant. The scene involves a woman in a revealing dress who is being chased by a group of men. As the men chase her, she accidentally trips and falls into the arms of Mel. The two share a passionate kiss before the scene ends.
The final sexual moment in the movie comes when Mel and his crew are filming a scene in a park. The scene involves a woman in a skimpy outfit who is being chased by a group of men. As the men chase her, she accidentally trips and falls into the arms of Mel. The two share a passionate kiss before the scene ends.
Overall, Silent Movie contains a few moments of sexual innuendo that add to the movie’s comedic value. While these moments are not explicit, they are still suggestive enough to make the audience chuckle.
A couple of scenes involve the same joke: A group of men is unexpectedly thrown together into a pile. Each time, the same pair of women happen upon them and are scandalized, thinking they're seeing displays of homosexual affection. (See the "Profanity" section.)
A woman dances suggestively in a skimpy outfit that reveals cleavage, bare legs, and abdomen. There are another two scenes similar to this, featuring the same woman, however, they are very short. The first scene, though, is fairly prolonged.
To finish a dance, a woman in a skimpy outfit suggestively rotates her hips, before throwing them towards the audience, comically knocking everyone out from their seats.
A group of businessmen are seated in a board room. A presenter unfurls a large picture of a woman in a skimpy outfit that reveals cleavage, bare legs, and abdomen. After a moment of silence, the board room table rises slightly, implying that all the men have an erection, forcing the table upwards.
A few scenes depicting groups of women wearing (quite) skimpy outfits, and a man being attracted to them.
A man lying unconscious is awoken with a grin when a young nurse in a short skirt walks over him.
A film director tells a woman that if his newest film is a hit, "we'll marry, and you'll never have to take your clothes off again."
A few people walk through a city at night, and we see neon lights flash before their eyes. One of them looks like it reads "Gay Bar." The scene is extremely brief.
A man asks a woman if she would like to "dance with a mild-mannered pervert."
A man is shown washing in the shower. Another three then men join him. The scene is meant to be humorous, and there is no nudity.
A couple of women swing their dress skirts around, revealing their bare legs up to their undergarments.
A man tries to stop a Coca-Cola machine from shooting cola cans in projectile fashion far out of reach. At one moment he covers as much of the front of the machine as possible with his body when his hips convulse, ostensibly having had a can fired right into his crotch. He reacts in a sexually gratified way ("It is the real thing!").