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Bunny Yeager's Nude Las Vegas (1964)

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A magazine hires photographer Bunny Yeager to do a pictorial on the showgirls of Las Vegas.





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Cast overview:
Bud Irwin ...
Himself (as Bud Erwin)
Peggy Pepper ...
Moe McEndree
Al Ruban
Dodie Fields
Marya Linero
Darlene Myrick ...
(as Darlena Myrick)
Jackie Norris
Gloria Linero
Shelby Young
Patricia Farmer ...
(as Pat Farmer)
Barbara Pardini
Henry Thomas


A magazine hires photographer Bunny Yeager to do a pictorial on the showgirls of Las Vegas.

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Pleasant, weak excuse to give 'em some skin
29 May 2015 | by (New York, New York) – See all my reviews

This followup by Barry Mahon and photographer Bunny Yeager to their NUDE CAMERA picture is pleasant enough - a crypto-documentary (with fake storyline) of Bunny's craft. The gentleman's agreement between filmmaker and his Adult cinema audience permits minimalism to prevail, as long as the requisite quantity and quality of topless footage of figure models is delivered.

It's really a testament to film's continuum - this soft-core porn is on the same time line as the breakthrough indie projects of that era by John Cassavetes, with his frequent collaborator Al Ruban having an acting role here as well as serving as sound man. I recently binged on a dozen-plus episodes of Cassavetes' better- in-my-memory (than reality) '50s jazz detective (!) TV series "Johnny Staccato" and was surprised to see many elements of sexploitation cinema (heavily watered down) pop up on the show!

Here we have Bunny and her husband Bud Irwin taking a vacation in Las Vegas, leaving their (and director Mahon's) stomping grounds of southern Florida behind. Slim premise has work intruding when she gets a big-$ offer from a mag publisher to come up with an elaborate but "I need it yesterday" photo spread, so she whips into action rounding up models and treating us to some attractive locations surrounding Vegas as well as the expected nudie footage..

To keep the pot boiling there's a local guide and wise guy Charlie to show her around town, and a corny gimmick of model Peggy Pepper racking up gambling debts which her husband doesn't know about, and kindly Bunny arranging to pay them off via Peggy's modeling earnings over the weekend.

A few Mahon regulars like one of the popular Bennett sisters show up, but otherwise the film is short on real talent. Mahon's filming technique is minimalist as usual and he blows the final scene by having casino noise drown out much of Peggy's summation speech.

Staring at topless shots of women never goes out of style, but this film is hardly relevant anymore, and frankly too boring to have withstood the test of time.

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