Times Square press kit photographs: Trini Alvarado

“TS-117-13 Trini Alvarado stars as the troubled daughter of an ambitious New York politician, played by Peter Coffield, and his lack of attention turns her into a rebellious runaway in Times Square.” © 1980 Associated Film Distribution

“TS-11-24 Trini Alvarado, who made an impressive screen debut in Robert Altman’s Rich Kids, now is co-starred with Robin Johnson and portrays Pamela Pearl, troubled daughter of an ambitious politician, who becomes a runaway and a rebel against authority in Times Square.” © 1980 Associated Film Distribution
(NB While Altman produced Rich Kids, it was directed by Robert M. Young.)

“TS-113-4A Trini Alvarado is co-starred as the troubled teenage daughter of a New York politician whose lack of attention turns the girl into a teenage runaway and a try at becoming a dancing attraction in a sleazy nitery in Times Square.” © 1980 Associated Film Distribution

I do not have a slip describing this photograph. Unlike the previous three photographs, this is © 1981 Associated Film Distribution; I believe that some different photographs were used in the UK Times Square press kit. In any case, this final picture is my favourite!

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5 Responses to Times Square press kit photographs: Trini Alvarado

  1. Deb Mac says:

    Cool stuff. She’s a beauty.

  2. Joseph Wegesa says:

    Very nice. Don’t know where you get all this cool stuff.

  3. Sean says:

    Here I am again! Noting that you’ve long ago noted the difference between the 1980 and 1981 pix. But, I have a UK Press Kit, and although it does contain different pictures, none of them are marked AFD. They aren’t even marked EMI, they’re just B&W glossy 8×10’s.

    This is the worst kind of mystery, because the solution won’t really tell us anything, except there was a LOT of money behind promoting this film, and it didn’t do any good, and we already knew that.

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