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Post by Chicago Astronomer Joe on Jan 11, 2015 14:33:06 GMT -6
In a horrible Italian movie (The Tiger and the Pussy cat - 1967), Ann Margret plays a young woman intent on bagging an older man. Here, she finds inexplicable joy in viewing that man dress from across the street.
The scope is a simple 60mm refractor on a shaky alt/az mount and straight through finder scope. About the standard for an entry level scope in the 1960's...probably a Tasco. It also has a.096 eyepiece and a terrestrial erecting prism, but from this angle, it seems off - attached to a right diagonal?
Either way, not even the placement of a telescope can elevate this horrible movie.....
Hey Joe, that looks like the telescope I had as a late teenager when I had the hots for Ann-Margret, who despite being born in Sweden was raised in Chicagoland. Wow, that's great that she wants older men! Perhaps I now qualify? Or perhaps not, since she will always be a few years older than me.
Last Edit: Jan 12, 2015 16:12:09 GMT -6 by Centaur