The film's most notorious scene was a bathtub scene in which Tyler helped bathe his alluring "daughter" in a metal tub, to relax after mining all day. " Kneeling behind her, he massaged her shoulders ("You got good hands") and then squeezed and cupped her full breasts. Although the film hinted at their incestuous relationship, it turned out - in the complex family tree - that Jess wasn't her father after all.As she dipped herself naked into the tub, she told him: "Feels good. But then he pulled back: "It ain't right," although she reassured him as a grown woman: "What's wrong? When Jess' older daughter Janey (Ann Dane) appeared at the shack with the infant Danny, and Moke and Belle also arrived, Moke announced that he was taking Kady away.
She starred alongside Stacy Keach, Johnny Carson's Tonight Show sidekick Ed Mc Mahon, Stuart Whitman (as a fire and brimstone preacher), James Franciscus and Orson Welles (as lecherous Judge Rauch), among others.
See also Zadora's The film told about a "Lolita-esque" 17 year-old sexpot named Kady (Pia Zadora) who in the opening scene - wearing a flimsy low-cut dress - was hitchhiking in 1937 to Good Springs on the Arizona-Nevada border.
I come to stay with you." That evening, she enticingly undressed behind a sheet hung up as a room divider.
The next morning, she told him that the father of her own illegitimate child was a spoiled rich kid named Wash Gillespie (Edward Albert), the silver mine owner's (Ed Mc Mahon) son, who had impregnated and then abandoned her when she started "swelling." She claimed that she was owed a share of the Gillespie silver mine, hoping to become rich ("I want more for me and for my baby.
Mr Abad, who is a virgin but has been married, lost his penis when he was just six years old when he fell into the road during a snowball fight and was dragged 600 yards by a car.