1. – Arshalouis Aivazian,  Motor Psycho, 1965. A dancer since 14 and a mom soon afterwards, director Russ Meyer found her performing “The Girl From Ipanema” in a Valley club. He gave her the lead, giving her smaller scene to Arshalouis. Haji made four more Meyer soft-cores in cast or crew. For Russ “to bring out the breast and best in women,” Haji talent-scouted future  leads as Shari Eubank, Erica Gavin and…

2. – Tura Satana,  Faster Pussycat! Kill!  Kill! 1966. The Japanese-Filipino-Scots-Irish-American Indian ET of a stripper from the Losers club  told  Russ Meyer that  her character needed more balls. “You are definitely Varla,” said he (switching Haji to Varla’s lesbian lover, Rosie).  Tura proved it again  by refusing his rule about  no sex during the production. She’d get cranky if she did  not have it every day, she said. And to give a good performance (near the Mojave desert (110 in the shade) she needed to be relaxed – and that relaxed  her.  Never with  Meyer. She relaxed, daily, with assistant cameraman Gil Haimson.


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