High Anxiety (1977)
High Anxiety (1977) is a classic comedy directed by Mel Brooks. It is a parody of Alfred Hitchcock's films, and it features a number of sexual moments that are both funny and risqué.
The movie follows Dr. Richard Thorndyke (Mel Brooks) as he takes over as the head of the Psychoneurotic Institute for the Very, Very Nervous. He soon discovers that the institute is a front for a sinister plot, and he must use his wits to save the day. Along the way, he encounters a number of sexual moments.
One of the most memorable scenes is when Thorndyke is in a hotel room with Nurse Diesel (Madeline Kahn). She is wearing a revealing nightgown and is trying to seduce him. Thorndyke is clearly uncomfortable, and he attempts to escape the situation by pretending to be asleep. However, Nurse Diesel is persistent and eventually succeeds in getting Thorndyke to kiss her.
Another memorable scene is when Thorndyke is in a hot tub with Nurse Diesel and her friend, Miss Steinberg (Cloris Leachman). The two women are wearing skimpy bikinis, and they are trying to seduce Thorndyke. He is clearly uncomfortable, but he eventually gives in and joins them in the hot tub.
High Anxiety is a hilarious movie, and its sexual moments add to the humor. While some of the scenes may be considered risqué by today's standards, they are still funny and add to the overall enjoyment of the movie.
During the opening credits, Dr Thorndyke is taken to the men's room by a man disguised as a police officer, who then exposes himself to him. The man is seen naked in a mirror but no nudity is shown to the viewers.
The Nurse wears a cast-iron corset.
A scene of bondage, but its played completely for laughs. No other overt sexual content is present.
Dr Thorndyke is seen taking a shower. No nudity is shown.