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Snider's plan was now set in motion, and unbeknownst to her, Dorothy's life was on a collision course with danger.
Snider would introduce himself to Hefner as Dorothy's manager, but the magazine magnate could see right through Snider's oily facade and came to loathe the guy.
Meanwhile, Dorothy's fame was soaring ever higher and higher.
Her photo shoot at Playboy was a hit and she would eventually go on become the October '79 Playboy Playmate and word around the mansion was that she was being mentioned as becoming the Playmate of the Year and perhaps even the Playmate of the Quarter-Century. Stratten and Bogdanovich would eventually become quite the item.
He decided she was ready to hit it big in show business and that he was ready to give her a plum role.
After all, she had already taken a bit role in as a sexy robot.
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NOTE: other restrictions can be a result of our security platform detecting potential malicious activity.Please try again later as the restrictions may be lifted, or contact your service provider if the issue persists.A Dairy Queen Waitress Dorothy Stratten was born in Vancouver, British Columbia as Dorothy Hoogstratten.When barely 17, she was spotted working in a Canadian Dairy Queen fast-food restaurant by shady "entrepreneur" Paul Snider, nine years her elder. Playboy Magazine After beginning a relationship with the young blonde, Snider finally convinced her that she would be great as a Playboy model and that she could become rich and famous if she could get comfortable taking her clothes off for the camera.Snider saw the beautiful girl's face and knew immediately he could turn her into a star. At first, the shy girl-next-door shrugged off the notion, but Snider, the greasy devil he was, finally convinced her to pose for his camera.After amassing a small personal collection of nude photos of Dorothy, Snider then sent them to Playboy Magazine in Los Angeles, specifically to the home of Hugh Hefner.