On this page, we'll explore some of the different advertising and promotional materials that were whipped up for this film.
Even though Attack of the 60 Foot Centerfold did not premiere in theaters, posters were printed up for the home video release of the film when it debuted ad video stores in the fall/winter of 1995.
The magazine Femme Fatales ran an article on the making of 60 Foot Centerfold, featuring comments and behind-the-scenes picture from the production crew. The magazine also featurs a separate interview with Angel's 60 Foot rival, Betty (aka Tammy Parks).
One interesting note is that of all the promotional items that were out, this magazine titles the film with Centerfolds instead of Centerfold. It is never explained why the change was made, but maybe the assumption was that Betty's introduction as the second of the 60 foot centerfolds doesn't happen until well near the end of the film.