War widow and pre-teen daughter leave home of tyrannical father-in-law in Florida, get lost on a detour, and find shelter at a nudist colony.
Photographed in COLOR in a Real Nature Park
Did You Know?
In 1957 the film's producers, Excelsior Pictures, sued the state of New York for refusing to grant the film a license to be shown in that state because the state censors--in this case, the Regents of the University of New York--deemed it to be "obscene" because it shows full frontal nudity. The New York Court of Appeals ruled that nudity, in and of itself, is not obscene and that this film, and by extension any nudist film, could be shown in the state. See more
This picture was produced with approval of the American Sunbathing Association and supervised by its executive director, Norval E. Packwood. See more