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Of John Borske’s remark on this page about Milligan using faceless body doubles to add sex-scenes to his movies, William M. Hoffman (above, at about the time of the story) comments: “Andy used me as a nude body double with a body double woman wearing a blond wig (for what movie, I don’t know). The original movie, he told me, had been shot in England and they needed nude scenes to make it marketable. The shoot was in my kitchen. Don’t forget that Andy and I lived in the same building, 199 Prince Street, where I now live and where Hope and Andy’s bathhouse movie, Vapors was shot.” photo by JAMES D. GOSSAGE

Of John Borske’s remark on this page about Milligan using faceless body doubles to add sex-scenes to his movies, William M. Hoffman (above, at about the time of the story) comments: “Andy used me as a nude body double with a body double woman wearing a blond wig (for what movie, I don’t know). The original movie, he told me, had been shot in England and they needed nude scenes to make it marketable. The shoot was in my kitchen. Don’t forget that Andy and I lived in the same building, 199 Prince Street, where I now live and where Hope and Andy’s bathhouse movie, Vapors was shot.” photo by JAMES D. GOSSAGE

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