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Playboy to Publish Naked 3D Centerfold

“What would people most like to see in 3D? Probably a naked lady.” (via

Technology: finding new ways of bringing you porn since the beginning of history…

(Actually, I bet there are racy cave paintings out there.)

Roger Ebert has very thoughtful provided an example of a 3D centerfold – who appears to be the famous Bettie Page – shot by silent film and physical comedy star, Harold Lloyd.

Filed under: Pop Culture, Sex,

One Response

  1. Patti says:

    FYI: Possession of Bettie shots at time of death does not necessarily reflect creation. Bettie’s photographers were collectors as well as creators. Bettie biographers are unable to find evidence that Bettie ever posed for Lloyd. It’s true that Lloyd’s granddaughter included stereo shots of Bettie in a book attributed to Lloyd’s photos; however, Bettie had no recollection of posing for him, plus at least one of the shots in the book was taken by another photographer. Notice the header on this Bettie tribute site by someone who’s extremely well informed about Bettie’s photos:

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Oh - and hello to Jason Isaacs.

The 400 Blows


is an over-caffeinated and under-employed grad school dropout, aspiring leftwing intellectual and cultural studies academic, cinéaste, and former poet. Raised in San Francisco on classic film, radical politics, burritos and soul music, then set loose upon the world. He spends his time in coffee shops with his laptop and headphones, caffeinating and trying to construct a post-whatever life.


What's in a name... The handle "zerode" is a contraction of Zéro de Conduite, the title of Jean Vigo's 1933 movie masterpiece about schoolboy rebellion.

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