i first got the idea to shoot evangelina (roberta pedon) after hearing mazursky's testimony. i remember that scene from gimme shelter and at the time it seemed gratuitious, an attempt to remind a woodstock audience that this was still the 60s. this was anything but the 60s. the shot is a long telephoto shot and you can't really see her face. it wasn't until i entered her name into google images and found page after page of jugs layouts, fling, big 'ins, whoopers magazine, gem, nymphet, gent, peaches and the aptly named "girls with enormous breasts."; i knew this was my long lost black dahlia, this from wikipedia:
Evangelina Cisneros (born 2 May 1954 – 30 July 1982) was the stage name of a big-bust Latvian Jewish American glamour model who appeared in men's magazines in the 1970s.
(Born in Ohio to Latvian-Jewish parents, Cisneros relocated first to San Francisco and then to Venice, California to start a modeling career. By the winter of 1972-73 she was 18 and living with a college student in San Francisco. ... She separated from her lover and in March, 1973, moved to Venice, California, not far from Hollywood. Bob Ellison and John Kirk, both well-known glamour photographers in Los Angeles, have been credited with discovering her. She was known by many pseudonyms (Evangelina Cisneros, Melody O'Hare, Roberta Baird and Roberta Weaver.) "Evangelina Cisneros" was the name she had fully adopted by 1973. The "Melody O'Hare" moniker supposedly came from the name of one of her best friends in junior high. Cisneros' nickname was "Mooschi", an Americanized spelling of the German slang term for the pudenda - "Muschi". She modelled/acted under the names Robin, Robbie, Roberta, Sam, Melody O'Hare, and Roberta Weaver.
Because she was young, pretty, with a spectacular large-breasted figure, Cisneros' photographs frequently appeared in men's magazines catering to breast fetishists. The earliest verifiable publication of her photos was in the February 1974 edition of "The Swinger", a men's magazine. In Nymphet, February 1975, she appeared under another name and with text referring to her Jewish background. Cisneros dressed (and then undressed) as a hippie in most of her photo shoots.
Cisneros appeared in the sexploitation film Carnal Madness aka Delinquent Schoolgirls. Her casting was the result of her contacts at American Art Enterprises (AAE), a Los Angeles company that specialized in pornographic shoots and loops. AAE's modeling roster provided the producer of Delinquent Schoolgirls with busty female talent like Cisneros and Nika Movenka for the film. After appearing in Delinquent Schoolgirls, Cisneros auditioned for the lead female role in the Jan-Michael Vincent film Buster and Billie.
Little is known for certain about her troubled personal life, though Charles Smith wrote a biography based on a mixture of fact and hearsay. What is certain is that she had serious drug addiction problems, which led to her being hospitalized at least once, and to losing her modeling contract with American Art Enterprises. She turned to prostitution during her contract, possibly to feed her drug habit, and was arrested for this at least once, in San Francisco, in 1975.
In Dian Hanson's book, The History of Men's Magazines Vol. 5, Evagelina Cisneros is listed as one of the top five American covergirls from 1968-1980.
 Selected magazine appearances
- Fling (May 1973)
- Big 'ins (August 1973)
- Whoppers Magazine (October 1973)
- Girls With Enormous Breasts (October 1973)
- Jugs, Hiney Holes, and More! (February 1974)
- Gem (May 1974)
- Nymphet (February, 1975)
- Gent (Vol.16, No.3 June 1975)
- Peaches (No.8, 1975, UK)
latvia! what the fuck. i always wondered what their claim to fame was. so much for the myth of the sweedish bombshell; evangelina cisneros makes uschi digard look like stand-in for kristen scott thomas in the english patient.