The Naked Bunyip

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The Naked Bunyip (1970, AUS) is a Sexploitation film directed by John B. Murray.


Main Details

  • Released in 1970
  • Black and White/Colour
  • Running time: 136 minutes
  • Production co: Southern Cross Films
  • Directed by John B. Murray
  • Written by John B. Murray, Ray Taylor
  • Produced by John B. Murray, Phillip Adams
  • Starring Graeme Blundell, Barry Humphries, Gordon Rumph
  • Cinematography by Brian McNaughton
  • Film Editing by Brian Kavanagh

Plot Summary

  • A shy young man is hired by an ad agency to conduct a survey on sex in Australia. The somewhat clueless young man investigates homosexuality, transvestites, prostitution, and strip clubs along with every other variant on the "norm". While doing his interviews he meets celebrities, self proclaimed sex experts, prostitutes, female impersonators, pop stars, actors, and legislators as well as self appointed morals guardians.


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