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  (in credits order)
Elizabeth Beanblossom ... Herself
Tesha Mullen ... Herself
Deborah Moss ... Herself
Suzan Battaglia ... Herself
Kathryn McKee ... Herself
Tiffany Stephens ... Herself
Kristi Jones ... Herself
Chad Doering ... Himself
Eden Orfanos ... Herself
Rob Walton ... Himself
Stephen Wayda ... Himself (as Steve Wayda)
Dee Murphy ... Herself
George Georgiou ... Himself
Kim Mizuno ... Himself

Produced by
Robert Bentley .... segment producer
Brad Case .... assistant producer
Maurice De La Falaise .... assistant producer
Eddie Delbridge .... supervising producer
Cinematography by
Max Yoffe 
Film Editing by
Kelley Cauthen 
Adam Severin 
Leonard Shields 
Production Design by
Elvis Restaino 
Art Direction by
Udo Blass 
Costume Design by
Dee Murphy 
Makeup Department
Eden Orfanos .... hair stylist
Eden Orfanos .... makeup artist
Production Management
David L. Baxter .... unit production manager
Eric S. Deutsch .... executive in charge of production
Niall McCusker .... post-production supervisor
Sound Department
Shawn Loesser .... sound mixer
Kevin Sabins .... sound mixer
Percy Urgena .... sound mixer
Camera and Electrical Department
Ken Crompton .... electrician
Steven Delmonte .... camera operator
George Georgiou .... photographer
Richard Higashi .... assistant to photographer
Kim Mizuno .... photographer
Gene Moffett .... camera operator
Martin Soriano .... assistant to photographer
Stephen Wayda .... photographer (as Steve Wayda)
Editorial Department
Jeffery Dawson .... assistant editor
Billy Logue .... assistant editor

Production Companies

Additional Details

80 min
Canada:18A (Manitoba) | USA:Unrated


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Clothing Roll Back., 23 September 2008
Author: jerekra from United States

Playboy definitely is a money making corporation. The Magazine could easily be one of the most successful magazines ever. It is not just hard core nudity, well it is, but there seems to be an art they try to portray. On occasions they do specials like this, going and getting hot girls from a certain store's different locations. Women of Wal Mart had decent talent in my opinion. Nothing too spectacular but pretty good. The one girl who is on the cover is pretty hot. One thing I can not stand is listening to the girl with low self confidence talk about how she did not just want people to look at her naked all the time, that was basically the whole point of her being at the shoot. Definitely most of them are not playboy worthy though. But overall I think that Playboy is doing a good thing for young women everywhere and giving them a platform to take their dreams to the next level.

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