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Old 04-30-2017, 03:13 PM   #1
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Default [solved NTF] Kris Kross - Hippie chick Kriss Kross on cover of Nymphet #3 from 1973?

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That is indeed Kris Kross. No thread, but see http://vintage-erotica-forum.com/sho...ht=kriss+kross, her star vehicle Teenage Jail Bait (1972). Fair movie; I stole the plot for a Bee-Line novel, though my version was a lot better. Kross is quite good in it, though. IMDb shows a couple of other roles, neither of which I've seen: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm1107856/ Nice presence, great voice. (You can barely see her in the vidcaps for this movie posting.) The B-Movie TV channel on Roku has run this as a Sat Night Sleaze feature a time or two lately, but I first saw it in 1973 at Art Cinema Today on Liberty Ave in the Burgh. The print has fallen on hard times since then!

I remember seeing her in one of the Wildcat chain books, though I no longer have the issue, also as Kris Kross, and I think I remember her with fake name in another book or two of c1972, which I also no longer have.

What's news to me is that Magnum-Royal actually started Nymphet prior to the bankruptcy/breakup. Poor distrib is probably why I never saw them, but I never knew the mag had a history prior to the 3/1974 issue. Dapper, Swank, and Swingle all showed up regularly on local newsstands, but not Nymphet. (By analogy, Adam, Knight, and Pix all turned up regularly, but the usual quota of AFW at my stand was one copy and sometimes not even that many.)
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That is indeed Kris Kross. No thread, but see http://vintage-erotica-forum.com/sho...ht=kriss+kross, her star vehicle Teenage Jail Bait (1972). Fair movie; I stole the plot for a Bee-Line novel, though my version was a lot better. Kross is quite good in it, though. IMDb shows a couple of other roles, neither of which I've seen: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm1107856/ Nice presence, great voice. (You can barely see her in the vidcaps for this movie posting.) The B-Movie TV channel on Roku has run this as a Sat Night Sleaze feature a time or two lately, but I first saw it in 1973 at Art Cinema Today on Liberty Ave in the Burgh. The print has fallen on hard times since then!

I remember seeing her in one of the Wildcat chain books, though I no longer have the issue, also as Kris Kross, and I think I remember her with fake name in another book or two of c1972, which I also no longer have.

What's news to me is that Magnum-Royal actually started Nymphet prior to the bankruptcy/breakup. Poor distrib is probably why I never saw them, but I never knew the mag had a history prior to the 3/1974 issue. Dapper, Swank, and Swingle all showed up regularly on local newsstands, but not Nymphet. (By analogy, Adam, Knight, and Pix all turned up regularly, but the usual quota of AFW at my stand was one copy and sometimes not even that many.)

Wildcat Special Summer 1974 Kriss Kross, Cheryl Carr, Sheila Granby
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fictioneer, thank you for such a thorough answer! I appreciate your time and effort.

Have you published your knowledge of general magazine history elsewhere in the VEF?
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