Wednesday, January 26, 2011
Let's go Sunning in the Garden of Eden
In 1954, Hollywood 'B' movie director Max Nosseck came up with a nudist exploitation film called "Garden of Eden". Filmsite.org describes the film as follows:
"By claiming to be an 'educational' naturism documentary, this 90-minute film skirted the anti-nudity film restrictions of its time. It was the first naturist film shot in color and the first nudist camp film since the 1930s. It features the requisite volley-ball games, swimming, and water-skiing in the nude. It faced legal battles and was banned as obscene (or "indecent") after its controversial release - until 1957 when the NY Court of Appeals ruled in its favor that the film (depicting nudism in existing nudist camps) was neither "indecent" or "obscene" and therefore not subject to censorship."
The film features a song called "Let's Go Sunning" that seems to be making a comeback of sorts. It's being featured in a video game called "Fallout 3" that takes place in the year 2277, 200 years after a nuclear apocalypse (Yeah, I don't get it either).
It's a catchy tune and I hope you enjoy it.
Posted by nudist1010 at 7:26 PM