Dig the teeny racquetball shorts that Duvall wears on two occasions in the movie and which are paired with knee-high tube socks!
Soon after their love tryst, Duvall calls her and tells her he wants to meet her elsewhere, so off she goes, to Jones' dismay. (And, no, she's not joining a gypsy tribe or Middle-Eastern dance troupe despite that on-trend headgear!)
In what has to be one of the most tasteless seduction scenes of mainstream 1970s cinema (thus excluding all the hilariously off things that John Waters did in his movies), Ross steps into the nursery to breast feed her baby as Olivier watches on.
Maybe I'm just a stick in the mud, but I cannot imagine too many 1970s men heading to the car dealership to purchase a “Betsy.” I guess it's a good thing Oliver's granddaughter wasn't named Clarissa or Penelope... it might have been an even tougher sell!
The Adventurers (1970), Jones takes Beller to a plant-filled poolhouse to rid her of the ghastly yellow party dress she's been sporting and rid her of her own pesky virginity. (This hairdo is annoying me, too. If you aren't playing one of Yul Brynner's children in The King and I, then forget it!)
And while I like the pleated dress on Lesley-Anne Down below left, the other outfit is appalling. It looks like a rejected Jean Louis design from the disastrous 1973 musical Lost Horizon! Why anyone would want to evoke that esthetic is anyone's guess!