Miss Three Dimension

A number of young women were awarded the title of "Miss Three Dimension" in the early 1950s. But actress Shirley Tegge seems to have been the most widely publicized holder of the title.

Akron Beacon Journal - Mar 19, 1950

New York Daily News - May 21, 1953

London Daily Mirror - Mar 2, 1953

The Munster Times - Mar 22, 1953

Below: Shirley Tegge in the 5-minute short "Natural Vision 3-Dimension". She appears about 3 minutes into it.

     Posted By: Alex - Sat Jun 10, 2023
     Category: Awards, Prizes, Competitions and Contests | Movies | 1950s

The caption on the last one is misleading. Neither she nor Lloyd Nolan were in "Bwana Devil" (1952). Both are in a five minute documentary: "Natural Vision 3-Dimension" (1952), basically explaining 3-D to audiences, which probably ran before the movie.
Posted by Phideaux on 06/10/23 at 02:11 PM
Great sleuthing, Phideaux! I managed to find "Natural Vision 3-Dimension" on YouTube and posted it above.
Posted by Alex on 06/10/23 at 03:39 PM
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