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What Do You Say to a Naked Lady? (18-Feb-1970)

Director: Allen Funt

Writer: Allen Funt

Keywords: Documentary

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Allen Funt
Film/TV Producer
16-Sep-1914 5-Sep-1999 Producer and host of Candid Camera
Richard Roundtree
9-Jul-1942   Shaft


Review by Paul Levine (posted on 7-Aug-2007)

I was on my way to a class at Windham College, in 1970, when I was stopped by a friend who tried to convince me to go to a sex seminar in the afternoon. I thought she was kidding, but she insisted it would be QUITE interesting, and I wouldn't regret it. Anyway, I either blew it off, or forgot about it. She was actually hired by Allen Funt and the film crew to recruit people to attend this seminar where a hidden camera captured students reaction to the teacher who took her clothes off during her lecture on sex. I haven't seen the movie in years. I am probably not a good person to give a review, since I just sit there looking at friends I went to school with 37 years ago, wondering where they are now, and also how I would have reacted if I had gone to this seminar? Would I be a star, or have made a fool of myself? I give it three stars because it was funny, shocking,(for 1970)and a flashback to a different era-Vietnam, drugs, and a bunch of long-haired, stoned kids in a small liberal arts college in the Green Mountains of Vermont, making it through another day.

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