The Nudist Story

The Nudist Story is a 1960 British film set at a nudist colony.[1][2] It was released in the U.S. as Pussycat's Paradise, and is also known as For Members Only.[3]

The Nudist Story
Directed byRamsey Herrington
Produced byEdward J. Danziger
Harry Lee Danziger
John P. Wyler
Written byMark Grantham (as Norman Armstrong)
StarringAnthony Oliver
Shelley Martin
Music byTony Crombie
CinematographyJames Wilson
Edited bySpencer Reeve
Danzinger Productions
The British Sunbathing Association
Distributed byEros (UK)
Release date
May 1960
Running time
69 mins
CountryUnited Kingdom


Prudish business woman Jane Robinson inherits the 'Avonmore Sun Camp' from a relative, and decides to sell it so she can pay taxes on the relative's estate. However, some of the members ask her to take a look at the club first. While touring the grounds, she starts to fall in love with the place and also with one of its handsome patrons. Jane soon finds herself embroiled in a hazardous love triangle.


  • Shelley Martin as Jane Robinson
  • Brian Cobby as Bob Sutton[4]
  • Natalie Lynn as Aunt Meg
  • Anthony Oliver as Stephen Blake
  • Joy Hinton as Carol Sutton
  • Jacqueline D'orsay as Gloria Phillips
  • Paul Kendrick as Tim Sutton

Critical reception

The Manchester Guardian wrote, "It's the Citizen Kane of nudist films."


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