Chris J. Condon, founder of Century Precision Optics, and director Al Silliman Jr., developed a single-camera 3-D system that was simple and economical to use. In the 1950s, 3-D films had been shot with two cameras, and showing a 3-D film in a theater required two projectors, which often went out of sync. The new single-camera system put the two images side-by-side in a normal 35mm film frame, allowing use of a very portable camera. Condon's camera and technology, manufactured by Stereovision International Co., were eventually used to shoot many movies like Jaws 3-D during the 1980s 3D boom. See more »
I must confes than I am a big fan of Monica Gayle, who although does not appear in the credits, has a phenomenal scene where sit sits naked and meditates and stretches her nude body every which way but loose. That scene lasts 30 seconds. The rest of the movie isn't much. Lots of pretty girls with a minimal amount of nudity, but not much in the way of plot. The film ends with Monica Gayle addressing the plane over the P.A. system. Watch her introduce the stewardesses and, amazingly, forget her name as well as the name of one of her co-stars. Incredible that they didn't re-shoot it, but that's low budget films for you.
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