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Title:The Controversial Nude Scene that BANNED The Last Picture Show

Do you think that Cybill Shepherd’s nude scene in The Last Picture Show deserved to get the film banned, or do you think that moral objectors to the film were overreacting? The Last Picture Show was released in 1971, and star Cybill Shepherd had just broken onto the modeling scene a year previously with her appearance on the cover of Glamour magazine. Peter Bogdanovich, the director of The Last Picture Show, was apparently shown the magazine cover by his wife. Peter hired Cybill to play the part of Jacy in the film, which required the young actress to film a poolside nude scene that went on to become quite controversial. ▬Contents of this video▬ 00:00 - Intro 00:34 - Body 08:08 - Outro Like this content? Subscribe here: Or, watch more videos here: Do you think you know a lot about TV? Try our quiz and enter to win $500! Click below to check the trivia question Peter’s wife that recommended Cybill for the part of Jacy was Polly Platt, who worked as her husband’s production designer on the set of his films. Polly had no idea that Peter was going to end up leaving her for Cybill. The film was released to critical acclaim and commercial success, but also a good deal of controversy. Cybill’s nude scene got the film banned in parts of Texas, where the film took place. The Last Picture Show was based on a semi-autographical novel of the same name from the 1960s that depicted some small-town high school drama in 1950s Texas. This drama was nothing compared to the drama behind the scenes! Join Facts Verse as we explore the controversial nude scene that BANNED The Last Picture Show. The Controversial Nude Scene that BANNED The Last Picture Show


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