In the Italian romp The Libertine (1969), a recently widowed young woman (Catherine Spaak) discovers that her former husband kept a secret apartment dedicated to carnal kinks and pleasures of all kinds. Erotically imagining the bumps and humps he had there, she decides to walk a mile in the dead man’s skivvies by bringing in new lovers, indulging in the bulges of her hubby’s business partner, her best friend’s husband, a tennis instructor, and kinkiest of all . . . her radiologist.