Let's Get It All Off - For Goodness Sake!
Ever wondered why some people go to beaches and camps where no
one wears clothes? Ever wondered what it would be like, but were
too uncertain to give it a try?
In this 32 minute film, Jim takes us inside the nudist community,
to meet and chat to Australian nudists and to see what happens
on Australian nudist beaches and nudist camps, and find out why
they go there. You can be a fly on the wall at a nudist beach
and at a nudist camp - and see for yourself. You might be a little
surprised with what you discover. - as the naturists (families,
couples, single people, children, & adults alike) enjoy tennis,
swimming, canoeing, reading under the trees, walking, square dancing,
exhibition and round dancing, golf, volleyball, bouncing on the
to the courageous Reverend R. Corr talk openly and comfortably
about his personal experiences investigating for himself the nudist
made this film "Lets Get It Off - For Goodness Sake"
about the Australian nudist movement to pass on to State Premiers,
the Prime Minister, and various Ministers. Jim's hope was that
when they made laws regarding creating legal nude bathing beaches
around the Australian coast (nude beaches were banned in Australia
at the time) they would base their decision on accurate information
- instead of blind prejudice and ignorance. Thanks in no small
measure to the efforts of Jim and the nudist movement who campaigned
for change, including creating this film, the politicians did
legalise nude bathing beaches, and Australia now has some of the
world's best free bathing beaches in the world.
financed this film himself, and people participated willingly
and freely in support of their dream for legal nude bathing facilities.
film was created over a period of 4 years - being shot at Australian
nudist beaches and at the River Valley Nudist Holiday Resort. The
title is what it is all about - not just the goodness of the enjoyment
in naturism, but the very real and important mental and physical
Sorry - this film is no longer available