Naked - As Nature Intended/Secrets of a Windmill Girl, DVD


Double bill of titillating 1960s British feature films.

The ground-breaking 'Naked - As Nature Intended' (1961) caused a sensation in the early sixties with its frank displays of nudity.

Filmed in the style of 'Health and Efficiency' magazines and a travelog, it documents the journey of city girls, Pamela, Petrina and Jacki, as they travel around Devon and Cornwall.

On the way they meet Bridget and Angela, who show the women what life is like in a nudist camp.

Crime drama 'Secrets of a Windmill Girl' (1966) tells the story of London's famous Windmill Theatre - the city's only theatre not to close during the Blitz.

The film, which features some of the venue's actual dancers, offers an insight into the establishment and the entertainment it provided in the 1960s, paying particular attention to the Windmill's leading performer, who was brutally murdered.


  • Format: DVD
  • Region: 2
  • Certification: (15)
  • EAN: 5060082516634
  • Catalogue number: ODNF318
  • Studio: Odeon Entertainment
  • Release date:
  • Genre: Drama
  • Colour: Colour


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Also directed by George Harrison Marks