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They're nude but not lewd! Two nudist camp romps by two very different cult directors are together in the altogether for the first time! "Diary of a Nudist" (1961, 72 min., Color) - A newspaper editor stumbles upon a nudist camp and orders sexy ace reporter Stacey Taylor to expose its sinful ways. But surprise! She's so thrilled with the jaybird lifestyle her diary of a nudist becomes a gleeful endorsement! It's another wacky gem from the amazing Doris Wishman (Deadly Weapons). "The Naked Venus" (1958, 77 min., Black & White) - French sexpot Yvonne hides away at a nudist camp and fights back in court when her Mother-in-Law-from-Hell starts divorce proceedings over Yvonne's nude posing for the painting "The Naked Venus." But it all turns into a quasi-legal peepshow when films of her nature camp proclivities are shown to the judge! Helmed by cult-fave Edgar G. Ulmer, the man behind Poverty Row classics like "Detour," "The Man from Planet X" and "Daughter of Dr. Jekyll!"
As a lifetime member of aanr.com I thought this might be an interesting read. NOT so and I ended up not reading the entire book.Published 21 months ago by Shirley Gauthier
Very 1960's. Made a great gift for a nudist couple that I know. Of course I had to check it out first.Published on March 18, 2013 by Joseph M. Logan
The Better Movie Of The Two Is The Naked Venus --- Black And White ( Where Are Those Colorizing People At ?) Very Well Done For The Late 50s A Gem In The Ruff . Read morePublished on February 6, 2013 by Creature Feature Fan
As a long time member of the American Association for Nude Recreation [...] I purchased this video to see what has changed in the nudist community over the years. Read morePublished on June 1, 2009 by Shirley Gauthier