Original Sleepaway Camp 3 Artwork Found

Located within MGM’s iTunes Gateway for Sleepaway Camp 3 was this hidden treasure of a non-indexed image: the original artwork piece utilized for the film’s poster and cover. You’ll recall the cover we know is quite cropped, most noticeably cutting off the top of the model’s face, presumably to make it more generic and fit in with the lack of Pam on the sequel covers. But here we see all of the model, and she’s clearly not the same one used for part 2. What a stunner!

4 thoughts on “Original Sleepaway Camp 3 Artwork Found”

    1. I can relate with Michelle’s story on many levles and I love how honest, open and candid she is about her experiences. I myself have struggled with eating disorders and body image, honestly ever since I can remember. As a little girl (like age 6) I can remember comparing my calf size to other girls who I thought had smaller and thinner legs; therefore overall prettier. My self-consciousness only got worse as I got older and by the time I was 16 I was 5’8’’ and 106lbs. I was striving for perfection and it nearly killed me. Like Michelle, I had a negative inner voice. I was too scared to eat something (like an apple or protein bar) while walking down the street because I thought people would say ‘look at that cow, she doesn’t deserve to eat!’. It’s taken me years to re-teach myself how to eat properly and maintain a healthy weight, and it’s something I am always aware of. I appreciate Michelle’s strength to share such a personal story that tells me I’m not alone and can help others.

  1. Now the only question is, why did no one (like Fright Rags) ever make a real shirt out of that? It’s an iconic image, and would make for a great shirt. You could edit the III out to make it more generic, and fitting the entire series.

  2. 由于我完全不同观测,一些专业词汇就看的似懂非懂的。所以想请教一下下面这句话的正确的翻译:”Mass loss from cool giants and sueigrpants is evidenced by P Cygni profiles in optical spectra, by the 10 μm silicate feature in IR spectra, and by maser line emission from OH and other molecules in radio-frequency spectra.“

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