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Doris Wishman (original story idea)
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Escape to a modern Garden of Paradise where Nature's sun-kissed daughters walk forth in all their natural beauty!
Plot:
Two brothers rob a bank and take a young girl hostage. They find out that the girl is a nudist, so they force her to take them to a nudist colony so they can hide out. | Add synopsis »
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Cast

  (in credits order)
Greg Conrad ... Duke Martin
Dolores Carlos ... Dorothy Courtney
Earl Bauer ... Steve Martin
Carol Little ... Betty
Ann Richards ... Ann
Mary Line ... Mary (as Mary Jane Line)
Pat Reilly ... Pat
Fran Stacey ... Fran
Richard Falcon ... Dick (as Dick Falcon)
Richard Schmitz ... George
Olivia Ann Line ... Olivia
John C. Line ... John
Paul C. Line ... Paul
Walter Film ... Rodriquez
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Doris Wishman ... Lady Exiting Bank (uncredited)

Directed by
Larry Wolk  (as Lazarus L. Wolk)
Doris Wishman (uncredited)
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Eugene Fernett  uncredited
Doris Wishman  original story idea

Produced by
Martin Caplan .... producer
Doris Wishman .... producer
 
Cinematography by
Larry Wolk  (as Lazar)
Eugene Fernett (uncredited)
 
Film Editing by
Paul Falkenberg  (as Victor F. Paul)
 
Art Department
Emanuel Licht .... settings
 
Special Effects by
Harold Chaskin .... special effects
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Bunny Yeager .... still photographer (uncredited)
 
Editorial Department
Alice Falkenberg .... assistant editor
 
Music Department
Harry Glass .... music arranger
 
Thanks
Bill Haast .... thanks (as W.E. Haast)
 

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Also Known As:
"Beauties in the Sun" - USA (promotional title)
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Runtime:
70 min
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Color (Eastmancolor)
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Trivia:
Ralph Young, part of the singing team (with Tony Sandler) Sandler & Young, sings the title song. He later starred for director Doris Wishman in another nudist film, Blaze Starr Goes Nudist (1962).See more »
Quotes:
Steven Martin:It's a wonderful way to live and to bring up children. I envy these people. You know, they have the right idea.See more »
Movie Connections:
Referenced in 100 Girls by Bunny Yeager (1999) (V)See more »
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One of the Better Nudist Movies, 11 July 2015
Author: Michael_Elliott from Louisville, KY

Hideout in the Sun (1960)

** 1/2 (out of 4)

The psychotic Duke and his brother Martin rob a bank but their getaway car doesn't start so they must take Dorothy hostage. The brothers agree that it's best to hide out with the victim but what they don't realize is that she lives at a nudist colony. Once there, Martin and Dorothy begin to spend sometime together and soon they fall in love.

HIDEOUT IN THE SUN was lost for many decades until a print turned up. Today the film, co-directed by Larry Wolk, is best remembered for being the directorial debut of Doris Wishman. Of course, Wishman would go onto make many "nudist" movies but this here is certainly the best of the lot and I'd strongly argue that this here might be the best nudist movie I've seen. Obviously, it's still not a grade "A" thriller nor is it going to be mistaken for the work of Ingmar Bergman but those who enjoy these types of movies should get a kick out of it.

If you've seen any of the nudist movies of the 50s and 60s then you already know that they feature very thin plots that only give the viewer a reason to get into the colony where of course there's all sorts of nudity. The film manages to be quite entertaining not only because of the nudity but the story that is here is actually pretty good. I thought the opening heist sequence was fairly well-shot and there's no doubt that the two brothers are interesting to say the least. Heck, I thought the love story worked a lot better than you'd normally expect. With the story working good enough the nudity was just an added bonus.

When this movie was released it was obviously the nudity male viewers were coming for. These scenes, for the most part, are well done and at least most of the people taking their clothes off are attractive. HIDEOUT IN THE SUN isn't a masterpiece but it does manage to be one of the best nudist films out there.

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