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  • Actors: Blaze Starr, Ralph Young, Gene Berk
  • Directors: Doris Wishman
  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 1.0)
  • Region: All Regions
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Image Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: March 12, 2012
  • Run Time: 75 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: 6305907986
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #421,691 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Blaze Starr Goes Nudist" on IMDb

Special Features

  • Doris Wishman Poster Gallery
  • Blaze Starr in vintage striptease footage from Irving Klaw

Editorial Reviews

A nudist Starr is born! Needing an escape from nightclub engagements and her sleazy agent-fiance, legendary red-headed stripper Blaze Starr ducks into a movie theater and sees a movie on nudism. Intrigued, BLAZE STARR GOES NUDIST! She checks into Florida's Sunny Palms and finds true happiness by strutting around in her birthday suit and discovering the wonders of nude volleyball, nude archery, and, of course, nude checkers. She also falls for camp director Ralph Young, a grinning galoot in oversize shorts (billed here as Russ Martine, and half of the popular sixties singing duo of Sandler and Young). But, uh oh, that fiance of hers is about to crash the place... Skin, sun, and Miss Starr's incredible curves fill this bright, bubbly production from Doris Wishman (Nude on the Moon), one of the few women directors in the world of sexploitation.

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A little too stiff in its acting, but a good period piece.
Resident
Bad acting, bad blocking, badly looped soundtrack, and a lame excuse to show lots of naked people at a nudist colony.
Elwood Conway
Blaze finds it very relaxing, but her absence infuriates her manager.
Charles Ashbacher

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28 of 31 people found the following review helpful By John Ford Jr. on March 3, 2010
Format: DVD
If you're here looking for a Bermanesque treatise on the soul, you're looking in the wrong place. Pay little attention to the fellow that posted the previous review. Just by looking at the title, he should have known what he was getting into and he deserved to be disappointed. Yes, the acting is bad and the budget is lower than most but Doris Wishman's films have their own particular charm. The folks responsible for The Incredibly Strange Film Show (a British documentary series from the late 80's that profiled cult directors-Wishman shared a profile with Fred Olen Ray) briefly compared her to Jean-Luc Godard in her disregard for the rules of classic film composition. Doris is probably best known for her movies starring Chesty Morgan, Deadly Weapons and Double Agent 73. Enough digression. Both Nude on the Moon and Blaze Starr Goes Nudist are fun nudie cuties/nudist camp flicks. Nude on the Moon (which Doris shared co-director credit with Raymond Phelan) is a ridiculous little sci-fi/nudist camp romp that is pretty tame compared to the films nowadays. The story involves two astronauts that fly a ship to the moon and discover that the moon kinda' looks like Florida and is filled with topless women wearing dimestore deely bobbers on their heads. Think of Cat Women of the Moon or The First Men in the Moon but with topless nudity. Blaze Starr Goes Nudist is notable for a rare film appearance by burlesque star Blaze Starr in the title role. It's a pretty standard nudist camp flick but fun to watch anyway. Are these great movies? Not really. But they're fun, especially if you enjoy oddball exploitation cinema. And don't be expecting the aerobicized surgically enhanced folks from today's movies. These are everyday folks in the buff (most of them probably grandparents or great-grandparents).
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Valerie J. Wood VINE VOICE on January 23, 2008
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My husband and his family knew Blaze from the late 1950's through the 60's when they lived next door to her in Baltimore. After all these years, we just got this DVD to see what it was about. Blaze Starr Goes Nudist is a fun, sometimes slow going, cult, campy movie. If you want pornography--don't buy this one. If you want to see an Icon of the 50's and 60's whose amazing life is well documented in her autobiog and the movie, Blaze (Paul Newman, Lolita Davidovitch), in almost all her natural glory, by all means get this movie. It's so early 60's in clothing and backgrounds. The acting wouldn't win any awards, but so what?

We chuckled at the scenes where Blaze drove her car -- she really didn't know how to drive (or needed to at that time). And an early scene at the pond has live ducks scooting around in the background and a family of ducks sitting by some of the girls which never move a feather.

From what I recall of the standards of the time, the partial nudity is tastefully done. Men wear shorts if their scenes have them facing the camera and the women are posed so that there are no Britney Spears disasters.

All in all, a tame romp featuring the glorious red-head Blaze Starr. DVD clarity was superb, by the way.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Elwood Conway on July 16, 2000
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Blaze is a big time actress in this movie who is severly overworked by her lover/manager and must find a restful retreat. She finds paradise at a Florida nudist colony. Now more self-reliant than ever, this causes a rift between Blaze and her manager. How will it end? This is camp madness! Bad acting, bad blocking, badly looped soundtrack, and a lame excuse to show lots of naked people at a nudist colony. It is sheer camp HEAVEN. And the Eastmancolor print is FABULOUS. NEVER has Eastmancolor looked this good. This movie will make you laugh, it will make you cry (with laughter), it will make you the hit of the party!
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on September 6, 2000
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I probably made the mistake of my life watching this a) alone and b) sober. Under these circumstances this is my undisputed favourite for the fancy title "most boring film of all times". It contains about as much exploitation as a videotaping of a third-graders summer camp (except you're still shocked by some harmless PG-13-nudity) and acted even worse (just watch Blaze walk like someone had replaced her spine with a broomstick through the entire movie). But given a couple of friends in the right mood and a case of beer or two you'll probably end up rolling on the floor laughing considering the dumb dialogue, the annoying acting and the stupid soundtrack. Besides that the DVD transfer is wonderful with splendid, if sometimes too artificial looking colors, and the two bonus striptease sequences are a treat, though. Recommended mostly for die-hard fans and camp collectors.
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Donald Appleton on January 26, 2003
Format: DVD
Given the retraints of the time, this is an entertaining enough video. The nudity is very limited, which is awkward given that it is a nudist video. Much better Naturist documentaries are now on DVD, like Mother Naturists and Rituals of Summer both here at amazon. It also doesn't make much sense to have these old titles on DVD as the image quality pales in comparison to the more recent Naturist productions, like the 2 listed above. Overall a fun oldies film but don't expect much nudism.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on May 7, 2004
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...and I'm not saying that because this film isn't explicit (if you want explicit, go for later adult films, not an early 1960s nudist colony film). Doris Wishman has made much funnier movies. "Diary of a Nudist" is a better Wishman nudist film.
There is some campiness which makes this one worthwhile, but Blaze Starr herself gets in the way. Blaze Starr has terrible looking implants, and her character is such an annoying, spoiled child, I can't believe she agreed to have the character use her own name. The whole film tries to make us identify with her or feel sorry for her, which often makes the film more annoying than entertaining.
Basically, Blaze-Starr-the-character decides that instead of "working" (i.e. attending parties to help her modelling career along) that she would prefer to lie around naked at a nudist camp. For the whole film she tries to paint her fiancee as a bad guy because 1) he wants to know where his bride-to-be secretly runs off to every weekend, and 2) because he is upset she is dragging his reputation as an agent through the mud by failing to show up for her scheduled events. In the predictable ending she falls for the camp director, but instead of feeling good for her like we are supposed to, I felt relief for her apparently ex-fiancee.
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