6 Of The Oddest Foot Fetish Scenes In TV And Film

Friday, April 20 by Gregory Wakeman


Some people find feet to be the sexiest part of the female anatomy. Maybe it's because their mother and father played "This Little Piggy" a little too much over their infancy or because they reached orgasmic levels of joy when people tickled their feet. Who knows? But cinema has constantly fed this fetish throughout its long and illustrious history. Here are six of the oddest foot fetish scenes in TV and film history.

"A Fish Called Wanda"


The Monty Pyton boys have always had a rather odd and obscure taste when it comes to comedy and it looks like this also extends to their interaction with the ladies too. Kevin Cline's Otto West removes Jamie Lee Curtis's titular characters boots and stockings and then places her foot on his nose and mouth and inhales her scent several times. Weird!!

"The Wild Bunch"

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	Sam <span data-scayt_word=Peckinpah was accused of many disgusting things throughout his career in Hollywood. "Straw Dogs" was seen as a sexist piece of celluloid and every other one of his films was roundly criticized for being overtly violent.  But in his most famous film, "The Wild Bunch" we watch one individual pour alcohol on a woman's leg and then lick it up starting from her foot. You can add pervert to that list now.



James Bond? Foot fetish? Well it's not as strange as you might originally believe. Bond is quite the ladies man and one can only presume that he would have to get involved in several kinky kinds of love making once in a while. In "Thunderball" we watch Connery's Bond suck poison from Domino Derval's sole. It's not really that erotic though.

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