"Considered a little less strictly, Camp is either completely naive or else wholly conscious (when one plays at being campy)...In naïve, or pure, Camp, the essential element is seriousness, a seriousness that fails. Of course, not all seriousness that fails can be redeemed as Camp. Only that which has the proper mixture of the exaggerated, the fantastic, the passionate, and the naïve." - Susan Sontag, Notes on Camp, 1964.Arlene Dahl's 1950s list of DOs and DON'Ts should qualify nicely. Well, why don't you...?