A collection of various shorts from the genre known as "nudie-cuties," mostly from the 1960s and '70s.




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A collection of various shorts from the genre known as "nudie-cuties," mostly from the 1960s and '70s.

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Only for the most curious. Or, masochistic.
13 July 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Fittingly released by SOMETHING WEIRD VIDEO, this short collection of nude flicks ranges from curious to outright bizarre. Among "highlights" of this one are scenes of an obviously wasted blonde girl flinging her hair and writhing about in a bamboo cage on a soundstage dressed up like a jungle, before being poked in the ass with a syringe, knocking her unconscious, while a parakeet (sometimes pictured by use of stock footage, sometimes by a live bird) watches with rapt attention. And that's it for that particular vignette. There is no point to it, as far as I can tell.

Another memorable scene, this one entitled 'Satan and the Virgin', begins with the disclaimer: "In bringing you this most unusual picture, the producers wish to point out that 'SATAN AND THE VIRGIN' are one and the same person; a very talented young lady with a dual personality. At no time during her performance does she have the help or assistance of any other person." Cue black-and-white footage of an unidentified young girl, with the left side of her body made up to look like the devil in black with a VanDyke, dancing, drinking, and ultimately being fondled by "the devil", who is in actuality, just the left side of this girl. This part was surprisingly pretty good, her performance was convincing and her dancing was decent enough, but the close-ups revealed the subpar make-up, which left a bit to be desired. Apparently, Satan And The Virgin is some type of short film, released independently in the first part of the 1960s, and then edited into this film at a later date.

Nothing else really stands out about this one, it is nothing more than a handful of probably LSD-inspired vignettes. About the only other thing which can be said about this extremely obscure, rarely seen "thing", I don't really even want to call it a film, is that there are no technical credits and no credited cast.

Something weird indeed.

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