The Wonderful World of Girls

date 1965
by Peter Perry, director
medium Poster

In 1959, films such as Russ Meyer’s The Immoral Mr. Teas brought forth the age of the nudie cutie. These silly slapstick comedies specialized in showing as many topless, large-breasted women as possible. One such film is The Wonderful World of Girls (1965), directed by Peter Perry (under the pseudonym Arthur P. Stootsberry) and produced by Harry Novak, the sexploitationeer known for such movies as Kiss Me, Quick (1964) and Mantis in Lace (1968).

This film for "Broad Minded Adults with Young Ideas" features a poster that includes many of the staples of the nudie cutie, including a large number of attractive women, the leering, voyeuristic man, and the promise of "The Wildest Party Ever Filmed."