Cast & Crew
Jos. W. Girard
Rae Lane, a secretary who is love with her hypochondriac boss, Robert Lawton, asks her friend Dr. Malvin to suggest that Robert go for his health to Olympic Fields, a nudist camp that Rae frequents. Rae surprises Robert by also staying at the camp, but is surprised herself when she discovers that Robert has fallen in love with another guest, bored socialite Lucille Shearer. Although Robert promises Rae that he will help her celebrate her birthday, he instead spends the evening with Lucille. When Rae follows them in a rain storm, she sees them making love and is so despondent that she throws herself off a cliff.
Jos. W. Girard
Credits were obtained from a print of the film contained in the National Film Archive in London, however, plot information was taken from reviews. Although there was a copyright statement on the film, it is not included among copyright records. An onscreen foreword noted that the picture was "photographed in co-operation with and all camp scenes made at Olympic Fields, Elsinore, California, Peter J. McConville, Director." Olympic Fields was a well known nudist camp at the time. Unashamed, the title under which the film was reviewed, was not listed in any release charts and no reviews for the film mentioned exhibition other than press previews in 1938. A Hollywood Reporter news item on May 2, 1938, mentioned that the picture was being "held over for a second week at the Criterion Theatre," indicating that the film did open in New York City. An ad for Cine-Grand films in the 1937 Film Daily Product Guide listed it as a 1933 film, but no information has been located to confirm this date. Because of the nudity in the film it May not have had a national release and May have been made some time previous to the 1938 reviews. Reviews noted that "Woody McGillicuddy" was actually Ross Lynn's "de-nuded" ventriloquist's dummy, who provided the film with mild comic relief.