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Adventures in 3-D #2 (Harvey, 1954)

Chesty Morgan is a Polish-born American[1] exotic dancer who starred in two films directed by Doris Wishman.

An orphan, Morgan was sent from Poland to live in Ein Gev, a kibbutz in the British Mandate of Palestine, at the outbreak of World War II.[citation needed]

Morgan married an American and moved to the United States in the 1960s; her husband was later reportedly killed in a robbery.[2] She began her career as an exotic dancer in the early 1970s.

In 1974, Morgan married National League baseball umpire Dick Stello. The two divorced before Stello was struck by a car and killed.

Unlike many of the modern adult entertainment stars with large breasts, Morgan's were not augmented with implants. According to the 1988 edition of Guinness Movie Facts & Feats, her bust measurement is the largest on record for a film star.[3]

Morgan continued performing until the late 1980s. After Doris Wishman revolved two sexploitation 1970s films around Morgan's very large breasts, clips from those films were featured in John Waters' 1994 film, Serial Mom. Waters also wrote a role for Morgan in his never-made feature Flamingos Forever.[citation needed]

MORE: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chesty_Morgan

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BOOK REVIEW WITH IMAGES

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Remembering the Maine and more at Hake's

The battleship U.S.S. Maine was sunk in Havana Harbor February 15, 1898 with 266 American sailors lost. Many looked at Spain as the culprit, and tensions rose between the US and Spanish governments. Congress declared war on Spain April 21, 1898 and Spain declared war on the US on April 23. The war lasted until August 12, just ten weeks, and the United States prevailed.

Heroes of the war included Commodore George Dewey and Theodore Roosevelt. Dewey was Commander of the Asiatic Squadron; the United State Navy fleet stationed in the Pacific Ocean that was instrumental in the defeat of the Spanish fleet in the first battle of the war at Manila Bay in the Philippines on May 1, 1898.

Assistant Secretary of the Navy Theodore Roosevelt resigned his position and joined the war effort, leading his Rough Riders to victory up San Juan Hill July 1, 1898 and Kettle Hill July 3. Roosevelt's success led to his being elected Governor of New York in 1898 and Vice-President in March, 1901. He became President when William McKinley was assassinated September 14, 1901.

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Used by permission. ©2009 Gemstone Publishing, Inc. and/or Diamond International Galleries except where noted. 

All other material ©2008 respective copyright holders. All rights reserved.

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An Original Vintage Theater-Used Folded One-Sheet Movie Poster (1sh; measures 27" x 41")

Film Description: Spooks, the 1953 Jules White 3-D (3D; 3-Dimension) fantasy slapstick comedy short ("3 times as hilarious in 3D!"; "The 3 Stooges in 3-Dimensions!") starring The Three Stooges (Moe Howard, Larry Fine, and Shemp Howard), Philip Van Zandt, Tom Kennedy, and Norma Randall. Note that star Tom Kennedy was NOT the older brother of comic actor Edgar Kennedy, as is often mistakenly noted (and we are guilty of having passed on that falsehood innocently!). Tom was a former amateur boxing champion, who turned to acting in the middle 1910s, primarily playing large oafish characters. He often acted with Edgar Kennedy (which is likely why they were mistakenly identified as brothers), and he appeared in a series of 11 Columbia two-reel comedies alongside Monty Collins in the middle 1930s, and he had a major role in the "Torchy Blaine" detective movies. He stayed active in movies all the way through the 1960s!

 

MORE: http://www.emovieposter.com/agallery/13.html

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3-D BY RAY ZONE

Zone’s amazing work in the comics medium traces back to the early 1980’s with his self-published title The 3-D Zone. For this first of two very special installments of Sequential Sunday, I’d like to present some of the amazing, multi-layered imagery from this title. So, grab your pair of old school red and blue lens 3-D glasses (if you don’t have them, you can find them here) and prepare to zone out while you fall into the third dimension!

MORE: http://comicimpact.com/2010/12/sequential-sunday-a-high-flying-eyeball-frying-full-on-3-d-comics-freakout-pt-1/

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FROM WHEN FALLS THE COLISEUM:

Captain America is agitprop. Not American agitprop — government agitprop. His highly questionable genesis is mirrored in his incredibly suspect origin story. Here are some scans from a 1983 comic strip that was included with the Hardee’s equivalent of Happy Meals. I think it was Hardee’s; my memory is almost as bad as Stan Lee’s. Anyway, if you’ve got 3-D glasses at home, you can view these images in eye-popping and nauseating 3-D (cashing in on a fad is also part of our essential American-ness):

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In 1983, the fast food chain Hardee's had a series of kid's meals featuring Marvel Super-Heroes.  Each week, a  different hero was featured on the box and included (with a hamburger drink and fries) was a 3-D comic strip with the origin of the hero.  The comic strip was to be inserted into a slot in the back of the box and seen in 3-D when viewed through the box's front windows.  The Marvel Super Heroes that were featured included:

Spider-Man/Fire-Star/Iceman/Captain America/Spider-Woman/The Incredible Hulk

MORE: http://www.spider-friends.com/Memorabilia/merchandise/Hardees/merchHARDEES1.html

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ALIEN SPACESHIP ON THE MOON

FOR THE FULL STORY CLICK HERE

BURNING MAN 3-D BADGE

Dario at Art Awake did the 2D build, and I took his image in layered Photoshop form and built grayscale maps. So his flat pic became what you see in the attached file (crosseyed freeview stereo) but the actual print used for Burning Man badges were ones I created as lenticular 3D pics. What you're seeing are two images from a fifteen image grayscale array that was used to build the lenticulars.

Sent to us by Elliott Swanson, creator of the 3-D badge.  To see the badge in 3-D let your eyes cross as you stare at image.  Concentrate on center image as they converge.  Way Cool!

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LON CHANEY 3-D

Thanks to a tip from Ted Newsom.

MORE: http://monsterkidclassichorrorforum.yuku.com/topic/36610?page=1

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MERCURY

MORE: http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap061125.html

FRAZETTA IN 3-D

FOR MORE GREAT 3-D PIX GO TO: http://www.zombiefriends.com/?vi=14550

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FROM GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS 2009 BOOK

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ASTEROID

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Elliott Swanson, whose creativity never ceases to amaze us, sent this 3-D pic of his test firing the world's only working Blade Runner gun.  To see the gun in detail and to learn more about how it was made, go to: Swap Talk

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Click here to see it move: http://www.rollanet.org/~vbeydler/van/3dreview/3dr0806.htm

EAGLE NEBULA

RED RIGHT

SUPER NOVA 1987

RED RIGHT

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MARS

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MORE: http://www.rainbowsymphony.com/mars-3d-gallery.html

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SPACE STATION

MORE:  http://www.gaetanomarano.it/articles/002shuttle3D.html

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NO GLASSES NEEDED!

YOU CAN SEE THIS IMAGE (AND OTHERS) IN 3-D WITHOUT GLASSES BY CLICKING HERE. AWSOME!

PARIS

NEW YORK

MORE: http://www.3d-image.net/3D-New_York.php

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ST. LOUIS

MORE: http://www.3djournal.com/001/gal_USA_St_Louis_3D.php

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MARS PHOENIX LANDER

Artists concept

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3-D ALIEN

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PHOBOS IN 3-D

ScienceDaily (Apr. 10, 2008) — A new stereo view of Phobos, the larger and inner of Mars' two tiny moons, has been captured by a NASA spacecraft orbiting Mars.

The High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment (HiRISE) on NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter took two images of Phobos 10 minutes apart on March 23. Scientists combined the images for a stereo view.

"Phobos is of great interest because it may be rich in water ice and carbon-rich materials," said Alfred McEwen, HiRISE principal investigator at the Lunar and Planetary Laboratory at the University of Arizona, Tucson.

MORE:  http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2008/04/080409231029.htm

 

IS THIS 3-D?

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3-D DOLLY #1 HARVEY

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3-D Pic of the Sun

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3-D Slide Show of the Sun

MOON IN 3-D

 

MORE: http://www.outofthecradle.net/archives/2009/07/review-moon-3-d-the-lunar-surface-comes-to-life/

3-D PINUP SLIDE SHOW

DIAL M FOR MURDER

Dial M for Murder

 

 

 

 

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HONDO (Red Right)

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This 3-D pic (red right), from the John Wayne movie Hondo, is supplied to us by an old friend, Daniel Symmes of Dimension 3.  Dan, owner and operator of Dimension 3, is the guy who made the anaglyph conversion of the movie Hondo which, in 1991,  was aired nationwide in 3-D.  In fact, he has been behind virtually every major 3-D TV event since 1971 (including 9 ABC shows in '97 and NBC's 3-D Third Rock episode) and plenty of non TV 3-D events as well.  To get an idea of what he's all about -- and to see some really incredible 3-D pix -- check out his web site at http://.www.d3.com

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3-D PIX OF MARS!

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Click Here for more Mars 3-D pix!

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