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What Do You Say to a Naked Lady? (1970)

Candid Camera's Allen Funt secretly tapes people's reactions to unexpected encounters with nudity in unusual situations, such as when a naked young woman casually exits an elevator in an ... See full summary »

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Joie Addison ...
Nude Girl in Elevator
Laura Huston ...
Girl on the Ladder
Martin Meyers ...
The Tailor
Karil Daniels ...
Girl Who Is Not Raped
Donna Whitfield ...
Interracial Couple
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Interracial Couple
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Nude Girl in the Keyhole
Norman Manzon ...
Nude Male Model
Joan Bell ...
Nude Lecturer
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Candid Camera's Allen Funt secretly tapes people's reactions to unexpected encounters with nudity in unusual situations, such as when a naked young woman casually exits an elevator in an office building, or when the nude male art model breaks the wall between artist and model and has off-the-cuff conversations with the clothed women artists. Funt also secretly tapes the test audience watching the preview film and their responses to it, from outright indignation to warm hearted-praise. Written by Keath

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In This Age Of Enlightenment, You Never Know What's Coming Off Next. See more »

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18 February 1970 (USA)  »

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A Very Candid Camera  »

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Crazy Credits

"A Film by Allen Funt" is Funt's only on-screen credit. See more »

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References Barbarella (1968) See more »

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Brilliant expose' of late 60s American culture
11 November 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This film is the famous "Candid Camera" television show in a feature format, and much more Risqu'e that could have been broadcast. But beyond the amusing laughs of Alan Funt's situations lies a surprising glimpse into the uncensored attitudes of American culture in the midst of social upheaval.

Prevailing sexual and racial attitudes are both surprising and tantalizing. Taboo subjects are tackled in an unflinching way, without comment by the filmmakers - leaving you an unobstructed view on our past culture.

  • Andy Somers



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