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Garden of Eden (1954)

 -  Drama  -  15 April 1955 (France)
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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.

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Mickey Knox ...
Johnny Patterson
Jamie O'Hara ...
Susan Latimore
Karen Sue Trent ...
Joan Latimore
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J. Randolph Latimore
Jane Rose
Paula Morris
Stephen Gray
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Norval E. Packwood
Jane Starling
John Royal
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John Roy
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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.

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An innocent nudie flick with a memorable song: Let's Go Sunnin'
15 January 2003 | by (Huntington Beach, CA) – See all my reviews

At 11 I was the youngest member of Local B22 of the Theatrical and Stagehands Union in Seattle who worked at the El Rancho Drive-in Theater between Auburn and Kent in Washington State. The Honey Drive-in Theater chain booked this film into our little farm-community where it was a real cause celebre. The family had a council to determine if I would work as a speaker repairman that week. It was determined that a little T & A would not harm me. I had great status with my junior high school buddies for having seen the film not once but twice a day for a week. The chain never booked a nudie film in our theater again.

There was a song called "Let's Go Sunnin'" which I inadvertently memorized and can sing, poorly, to this day. The song was resurrected in a commercial for the San Diego Visitor's Bureau that played throughout the Northeast USA during at least 1998 through 2000.


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