Nudes of the World and Take off your Clothes and Live!

People tend to assume that NANI (Naked – As Nature Intended) was one of the first British nudist movies if not the first. It wasn’t. The first British Nudist film was Nudist Paradise (1958). It was quickly followed by Travelling Light (1959), Nudist Memories (1959), The Nudist Story (1960), and Some Like it Cool (1961), which was directed by Micheal Winner.  He went on to fame and fortune directing such films as The Nightcomers (1971) and Death Wish (1974). The craze for nudist films was short-lived and was certainly on the way out by the time Eves on Skis was released in 1963. NANI (1961) was the most successful gaining cult status over the years, but it is great to see the release of Nudes Of The World and Take Off Your Clothes And Live! on DVD. I had the great pleasure of seeing Nudes of the World on the big screen at the Doing Rude Things book launch bash at the Scala cinema way back when. I look forward to seeing it again.

Like NANI, this saucy double-bill pushed the barriers of ’60s censorship when naked girls could only be shown if they were extolling the healthy lifestyle of naturism. Produced and directed by sexploitation double-act Stanley Long (On the Game) and Arnold Louis Miller (West End Jungle), Nudes of the World sees a group of international beauty queens turn an English stately home into a nudist camp, with unexpected results. The movie even features narration by Blue Peter’s legendary presenter Valerie Singleton! The sequel, Take Off Your Clothes and Live! follows a group of pretty English girls escaping to the French Riviera, where they discover the joys of stripping off in the sunshine.

Nudes of the World

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