Naked As Nature Intended / Secrets Of A Windmill Girl (DVD)
Double bill of titillating 1960s British feature films. Starring Pamela Green, Bridget Leonard, April Wilding, Pauline Collins, Renee Houston.
Filmed In the sixties, ‘Naked as Nature Intended’ gained a lot of publicity due to it’s frank displays of nudity. It documents the events of city girls, Pamela, Pamela, Petrina and Jacki, as they travel around Devon and Cornwall.
Filmed in the style of 'Health and Efficiency' magazines and a travelog, it looks at the journey of city girls, Pamela, Petrina and Jacki, as they travel around Devon and Cornwall. They are introduced to Bridget and Angela, who give their guests a tour of what is it like to live in a nudist camp.
‘Secrets of a Windmill Girl’ is a crime drama also filmed in the sixties and tells the story of London’s renowned Windmill Theatre, which is the only theatre which did not shut down during the Blizt. Dancers who performed at this venue make an appearance in this film and give insight about the establishment and the entertainment provided in the sixties. Attention is also brought upon the the leading performer who was tragically murdered.