I bring this up a lot and it's often a kind of over-analyzing, but this is the obvious folder for it.
This question is really about adventure stories in general, but I often wonder why those, and in particular those "Bond Rip-Off" ' 60's films, often draw back from one of the most obvious trademarks, the character's sexual conquests. Sometimes not even IMPLYING that they've happened, let alone making it clear. (Sometimes it's almost like that term "informed attributes," where you're TOLD something is true of a character, and it's left at that.) In some cases it's almost like they have a moralistic streak, having the hero wait for the heroine at the end (or at least be SIDETRACKED when it comes to other women till he ends up with her). Which would be poetic, but doesn't exactly go with this kind of story.
With most ' 60's ones movies you don't expect nudity, though that's another thing - when it comes to' 60's movies (and earlier and later ones), there's always been a cliche in this country about the "racy European print." And of course it's more than a cliche, because there are such things, so I've always wondered about that when it comes to THESE kinds of films. But at the very least you expect some "steamy" Bond movie type scene from a "Bond Rip-Off." And again, it's surprising how many of them leave that out.
So again, it might be over-complicating the whole subject, but I wonder about it.