Contemporary magazine campaign for one of Eldorados best selling filter cigarettes, "Old Henry's fine eldoradian blend", featuring "Eldorados actress of the year 1933", Betty Petty. Ms. Petty wears an original LNHAF/FAA high altitude vendrite* flightsuit (also known as EVA or "tinsel-suit"), a protective garment mainly used by airship troopers on height climbers and pilots of Eldorados High Altitude Recon Groups (H.A.R.G.), who fly photo recon missions over the Empire of Nikko as the spearhead of Elmer van Bulwarks Home Defence Perimeter.
Betty Petty, born as Fanny-Mae Zuckerbrodt in the eldoradian wheat belt, started her career as a burlesque dancer and night club singer in Mardi Gras and N.H.City, before famous Teutonian director Ernest Lublin casted her for a remake of his absurd pacifist comedy "One hundred men - one rifle" (Hundert Mann und ein Gewehr), and many other movies, among these "Airship Troopers", "Kiss me goodnight, Fräulein Übermensch", "Parry the Wind - High, Low" (Airship Troopers 2) and the futuristic film noir "Dangerous Days".
The promotional shooting was done at Amaknak Airfield LTA base, northern Paxific, a forward airfield of O.O.**-associated LNHAF/FAA H.A.R.G. units.
*vendrite=newly developed synthetic fibre
**O.O.=Overseas Operations=Eldorados Military Intelligence Service
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