A profile of the nudist lifestyle.



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Uncredited cast:
Charlotte ...
Herself - Nudist (uncredited)
Cathy Crowfoot ...
Herself - Nudist (uncredited)
Kellie Everts ...
Herself - Nudist (uncredited)
Ron Gans ...
Narrator (uncredited)


A profile of the nudist lifestyle.

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At last - the naked truth completely exposed!



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Release Date:

31 December 1965 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

The Rare Ones  »

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1.33 : 1
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Director John Lamb considered this film to be one of the low points of his career. See more »


Narrator: This motion picture presents educational, scientific, sociological and cultural ideas that demonstrate the conviction that the human body is clean and wholesome and that increased public understanding of this point of view will contribute to the well-being and advancement of all, whether they be practising nudists or not. One of the strangest and most damaging mistakes ever made by humanity was the notion that there is something inherently evil and obscene about the human body.
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Dedicated to the principles of American Nudism - and to the courage of the mind that seeks truth and strives for enlightenment. See more »


Referenced in That's Sexploitation! (2013) See more »


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A documentary or and exploitation picture, take your pick.
27 September 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

50 years the skin magazines were pretty tame by contemporary standards, hard core pornography was much harder to find, much more "underground". "Nudist" magazines and movies sort of bridged the gap, you got to see full frontal nudity but in a rather non erotic way, and it was done in a more "respectable" manner than exploitation movies. Of course this "documentary" shows only young, trim people, the girls are all fairly shapely, the men fairly athletic. (Obesity was much less common back then.)So you can take this one either way. A "documentary" extolling the virtues of the clothes-free lifestyle or an exploitation flick dressed up as an "educational" movie.

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