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Eliot Ness and his legendary band of Untouchables, contrary to popular belief, didn’t earn their moniker so much for their unwillingness to accept bribes from Al Capone as for their complete inability to get any hot-and-steamy action. (When you’re a pencil-pushing FBI stiff who spends his time running around town with a prohibition-enforcing, fun-hating boy’s club in tow, your chances of getting lucky at the speakeasy are pretty much nil.) Four swinging mod babes who take time out of their busy schedule of looking good to kidnap a British rock star for a little lovin’, on the other hand, are oh-so-touchable. Robert Freeman’s 1968 drama The Touchables might be a little light on plot, but with plenty of eye candy and a soundtrack that includes music from Pink Floyd and the ’60s Nirvana, only a somber (and sober) G-man could care enough to complain. Bring someone to snuggle up with at 8 p.m. at Dr. Dremo’s Taphouse, 2001 Clarendon Blvd., Arlington. Free. (703) 528-4660. (Matthew Borlik)