Keeping with a theme today and after the original June Palmer film, another image of her with things oiled this time! An earlier shot of June posing naked on the beach kneeling on a towel with oil all over her, taken in the 1960’s. I believe it was taken at the same period of time as this shot of her as Joanna Kent, as it looks to be the same rocks behind her, but obviously wearing a wig and a different towel 🙂
Now for a Saturday morning treat with some rare never before seen footage of June Palmer from a Super 8 homemade video. Shot by partner Arthur Howell it features an older June in black stockings and panties posing in one of her bedrooms and beds and shall we say moisturizing herself! I leave the rest to your imaginations and for you to watch, but what a great unique film of June.
I’d guess looking at June and her fuller figure the date to be the late 70’s , but that’s purely a guess based on other films and images I’ve seen on her around that time? There was no actual title to the film, but the clapper board at the beginning says scene 2, so maybe there was more than this scene. So I’ve added an appropriate title to the film 🙂
The film and additional music were provided by John W and his growing June Palmer film archive and I’m always grateful and pleasantly surprised when he sends through new finds such as this, so enjoy the film and let me know what you think?
Update: Thank to member JAS I have some more information about this particular film. JAS has several hundred feet of 8mm film of June shot at the same time and in the same setting. He acquired them some years ago while in the USA and apparently they were shot by Arthur Howell for a private collector in the US, who also wrote the script as what he wanted June to do! Thanks for the info JAs and it’s always good to try and get some background to the films and images 🙂
Sorry only members of the site can see the actual film, but at least everyone knows what they are missing 🙂
A second shot of Susan Shaw (Gisa) by Paul Pantha (Terry Sparks) posing topless leaning against a table with her corduroy trousers unzipped. The house is unknown but she appears in several different rooms and locations outside throughout this set of photo’s. A stunning topless shot very reminiscent of a typical Sun page 3 shot, which she did appear on several times during her career 🙂
Another original Harrison Marks shot of the model named as Josie Montya and her half and half style down below! Josie appeared in New Kamera No.1 (1969) under the title ‘Just Josie’ although this shot didn’t appear. Great shot of her kneeling on the sofa showing it all off and the title references Josie & The Pussycats a fictional rock band published by Archie Comics from 1963 until 1982 🙂
Virginia Green posing nude between two bamboo canes, but I’m not sure if this shot is by Harrison Marks or Russell Gay as both used Virginia in a setting with bamboo canes? I think it’s GHM because of the use of lighting to get the highlights and shadows across Virginia’s exquisite curves and he used a dark background in some of the bamboo shots with Virginia that are published in Solo No.15, but I could be wrong. A straight from the negative image showing a smooth and uncensored view as well 🙂
After my earlier post of a lunchbox this print seemed like an appropriate follow up! An original 5 by 3½ promotional print of Hazel Taylor offering up a box of crisps for your delight. To be honest when I first saw it I recognised Hazel, but thought it was a box of cereal she was holding, then I realized it was crisps! That’s one hell of a large box of ready salted crisps and I didn’t realize that they came in big boxes like that back in the 60’s? That would definitely not fit in the lunchbox from earlier 🙂
Hazel has a great smile in this shot in her blue bra and I’d definitely go buy some crisps after seeing this, in fact it’s made me quite hungry, must be time for lunch!
As an unrelated aside Meredith & Drew made crisps and biscuits back in the 1960’s and were originally established in 1891. They had around five percent of the British crisps market by 1963 and produced biscuit favourites still around today such as shortcake, currant shortcake, Nice, Bourbon, custard cream and ginger nuts. I used to love ginger nuts! The full history on Meredith & Drew can be found here if your interested?
Finally, what other site gives you tits, history and education all in the same place 🙂