The Stewardesses 3D: 40th Anniversary Deluxe Edition
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* 3 mini-documentaries about the film.
* Movie stills, ads, trailers and more.
* Includes 2 pairs of collectible 3D glasses
- 3D outtakes
- 3D screen tests
- SCTV sketch
- Includes 2 pairs of collectible 3D glasses
- 2D film version
- 3D black and white version
Top Customer Reviews
The film itself is a typical softcore flick from the late 1960s. Some of the actresses include Christina Hart (who is interviewed in the accompanying featurette), cult fave Monica Gayle, and Nancy "CINDY AND DONNA" Ison. THE STEWARDESSES was perhaps the first American film of its kind that played mainstream theaters. Because of that, I consider it to be the first film in the "porno chic" movement, although many film historians award that distinction to DEEP THROAT (1972).
Most Recent Customer Reviews
analglyth 3d needs work to play on my 3d tv other than that a fun old moviePublished 20 days ago by darren morefield
Forget the blurry 3D version and watch the 2D disc, which is well photographed. Beautiful girls and lots of nudity, and the kind of insubtantial plot you would expect. Read morePublished 2 months ago by steamduck43
As a former airline pilot, I found the flight the flight related scenes to be atrocious. So bad, so incorrect, I found myself continuously laughing. Read morePublished on August 20, 2013 by E. A. Horton
THE FILM IS RAW AND REALLY.,REALLY OUT OF FASHION. STILL I'D LIKE TO TRY...TO FIND OUT HOW PEOPLE ENJOYED PASSIONS AT THAT TIME.Published on April 7, 2013 by HAN XIAO
Poor quality, acting and story line. Sex scenes were campy and fake. A waste of money. The 3d was funny at times.Published on November 25, 2012 by Jeff D
I understand this was a cult film, but it still lacked anything for me. The 3-D glasses were a pain to deal with and did not give me a 3-D effect at all.Published on October 25, 2009 by Matt Sealey
how anyone can call this campy and fun, or some piece of nostalgia amazes me. yes, i remember when it came out. so what. Read morePublished on July 17, 2009 by Joseph L. Kolb