By Andy Geller. The seduction of young Benjamin Braddock by the middle-aged Mrs. Robinson is one of the most delicious scenes in movie history. In the film, Anne Bancroft tantalizes audiences by peeling off her stockings before a virginal Dustin Hoffman. She later emerges from the bathroom naked, but the camera cuts away so quickly, viewers are left wondering what they did or did not see. Turner steps from the bathroom wrapped in a towel, then drops it — and plays the rest of the scene completely naked.
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I've only seen this movie on tv, most recently on the Movies! I like that channel because instead of cutting "objectionable" or "adult" stuff out, they blurr the "naughty bits" out. When they showed the scene in the early part of the movie, in which an obviously nude Mrs. Robinson surprises Benjamin, it was hard to tell if Anne Bancroft was really naked in the scene. Anyone who has seen the movie in the theaters or on video: did we really get to see naked Mrs. Mel Brooks? In the original theatrical version, which I saw in or so, the quick flash editing back and forth that so amazingly conveyed Ben's mind blowing thoughts
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Was Anne Bancroft really nude?
Let's get one thing out of the way. Robinson, offering her svelte-yet-voluptuous body to clueless Benjamin Braddock, a new college grad a good 20 years her junior. In another scene, a barely-clad stripper twirls her fringed pasties. And, ultimately, Mrs. That film, expertly directed by Mike Nichols, seemed refreshingly sophisticated and daring for Hollywood in its day.
There are still many reasons to love classic movie The Graduate, which is half a century old this year, and just about to get a shiny new restoration for cinema release. It is a funny, brilliantly observed and rightly venerated film, which overnight turned the little-known Dustin Hoffman — who months earlier had been living on his uppers in New York — into a major star. The Graduate tells the story of Benjamin Braddock Dustin Hoffman, left fresh from college, who comes from a monied California family and has the world at his feet. The Graduate tells the story of Benjamin Braddock Hoffman fresh from college, who comes from a monied California family and seems to have the world at his feet. But Benjamin feels disillusioned and aimless.