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On 2010-07-12 11:28, Formikahini wrote:
I wish there were any explanation of who or where, but this magazine chose to leave the inside cover girl (and tiki) a mystery:
Nothing else tiki in the issue.
The above is from page 25.
There doesn't seem to exist a movie called the Balboa Story - I wonder if the author was meaning a biography of this fellow https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vasco_N%C3%BA%C3%B1ez_de_Balboa
There doesn't seem to be much record of Karen Dryden...however a tantalizing clue this might have been a real production is the rather specific name of the Director working with this model...(who also seems to have 3 imdb entries that need merging)
"In 1970, Allan Silliphant and Chris Condon created a 35 mm single-strip 3D format, which printed two images squeezed side-by-side and used an anamorphic lens to widen the pictures through polaroid filters. This process (called Stereovision) was used in a softcore comedy called The Stewardesses, which cost about $100 grand to make, but ended up earning more than $27 million, making it the most profitable 3D movie ever – that is, until Avatar came around."
Volume 1 Numbers 2 and 3