See First Ever Non-Porn Film With Full Nudity, 'The Bed'


The 1967 experimental flick The Bed is the first American non-pornographic movie to portray full male nudity, and you can check it out for free up until February 28th thanks to bigjoy.org! The project comes from the bisexual poet James Broughton, whose early work helped to inspire the 1950's beat movement. It's his later work that inspired the beat off movement (ohhh you), and in The Bed you can catch countless hippietastic nude men centered around an iron bed together in a field. Here's the jizz-st:

Though many film processors refused to print [The Bed] for fear of censors, The Bed eventually became a must-see underground film and a hit at midnight movies everywhere.

An old metal bed rolls down a hill, and is sequentially populated with a potpourri of beauties of all ages, including a coterie of young dance students, famous artists and avant-garde celebrities.



The real eye-opener might just be towards the end of the clip when two dudes jump up and down with their penises and balls flopping all over the place. You can see The Bed in its entirety after hitting the link below!

See Full 20-Minute The Bed Movie HERE

H/T: Queerty

Tagged in: art, retro, movie nudity, full frontal

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