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X: The Man with the X-Ray Eyes (1963) More at IMDbPro »X (original title)

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Sex & Nudity

Dr. James Xavier, with his new discovery, has the ability to see through objects. In one scene he goes to a "swinging" party and sees everyone nude. We see women from the top of the thigh down. And from the back, the waist and up. The men are the same only you can see the men from the waist up facing the camera. No private parts are seen but the scene is intended to be sensual as you can tell Dr. Xavier is immensely enjoying himself. Also in this scene when we see everyone in their clothes some of the women are wearing low cut dresses revealing cleavage.

(while seeing through her clothes) Dr. Xavier is talking to a woman and tells her that he is really seeing her for the first time and makes a remark about a birth mark on her ribs. The woman doesn't seem to be disturbed.

We see some belly dancers and of course, they are dancing sensually. They are also revealing much cleavage.

Don Rickles' character tells Dr. Xavier that he knows his secret and he wants it for himself so he can, "... see all the undressed women my eyes can take".

Violence & Gore

A man cuts another man across the back of his hand with a scalpel, drawing blood.

A scene of surgery. Some blood.

A man is killed by being accidentally pushed out a window. (not graphic)

Profanity

Good L*rd (at about 13:45)

Drinking and Smoking.

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