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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!
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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  (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
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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70 min
Color (Eastmancolor)
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Did You Know?

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 »
Woman on phone:Police! There's a man running around the serpentarium waving a gun! He looks dangerous!See more »
Movie Connections:
Referenced in Nude on the Moon (1961)See more »
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A work of genius... A melodrama and a comedy at the same time., 17 August 1999
Author: Beau-20 from Miami, Florida

Pound for pound, Doris Wishman is the toughest filmmaker in the history o' the silver screen, and "Hideout" is the film that launched the most prolific career of any woman director *ever*. "Hideout" was missing for 40 years after it's original distributor died in jail and took the prints with him. This picture deserves wider exposure and its worth seeking out.

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