Anne and Tom, a married nudist couple, work in a real estate office. When the agency’s owner discovers that Tom is a nudist, he fires him. Unfortunately, Tom was just ready to close a big real-estate deal with Al Jenkins. Tom goes to his favorite nudist camp to take his mind off his problems and discovers that Al Jenkins is also a member of the nudist camp. Together they come up with a plan to get Tom’s wife and their boss to get to the nudist camp so they can close the deal.
Cult exploitation filmmaker Doris Wishman directed this early nudist-colony film. The owner of a real-estate agency fires one of his agents, Tom, for being a nudist, unaware that another of his employees, Tom’s wife Ann, is also a naturist. Everything works out in the end, as the stodgy boss decides to give the clothing-optional lifestyle a try. Wishman, who went on to make far darker exploitation films, shot this innocent romp at Homestead, Florida’s Sunny Palms Lodge, one of the state’s many actual nudist colonies.
My Rating: 4/10