Cheryl Peters – Sitting Pretty! (Original)

The superb figure of Cheryl Peters from a restored 35mm colour slide sent over from Paul, who is selling several sets of slides including more of Cheryl over on eBay here. There are several other models from Paul’s sets that I have, but all seem to be taken at the same studio and on the same sets, as is this one. This set seems to be a bedroom type set with large stool that Cheryl is expertly mounting for this shot 🙂

Backstage in Black (1959)

The unforgettable Madeleine Mado (Maria Hale), Mary Deighan and Pamela Green posing in the dressing room from a 35mm Pamar colour slide sent over by Kevin. Although this image of the three girls was taken at the same time as the other images that appeared in Kamera backstage, this specific shot doesn’t actually appear in the publication, so maybe only ended up as a slide? I love the fact it looks like just a snapshot of them all as they undress, but I’m sure it was posed, which shows how natural all three were at posing. Pam looks great stepping out of that petticoat revealing her black underwear 🙂

Pamela & Marie on Red (Original)

A superb shot of Pamela Green and Marie Deveraux reproduced as a Pamar colour slide, that was originally published as one of the colour pages in Kamera No.14 (1958). A very clear crisp shot of these two iconic ladies in a classic pose for Harrison Marks and one of my favourites featuring Pam and Marie.

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Putting June on a Pedestal!

A young June posing in the studio perched on a stool that was restored from a very damaged colour 35mm slide. There were only two colours left from the slide blown out white and magenta, so the only thing to do was convert it to black and white. Still a great shot of June and her figure and worth sharing even if not colour.

More June as Joanna (Original)

The third shot from a set of 8 negatives I purchased of June posing in long blonde wig at Scotlee studios in the 1970’s.  This one includes both the bamboo room divider and the sheepskin rug for all you fans of them out there! Very little restoration required as the negatives were very good quality, just a slight colour tweak to cut the reds.

 

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Down in the Dungeon with June (Original)

The fifth shot of June from the set of 8 original Harrison Marks glamour slides (Set No.60).  This negative took more restoring due to a heavy green/magenta tinge to it than the others, but it came up OK. A great shot of June standing nude in the infamous dungeon set with her hands crossed in front of her for modesty!  I recently purchased the 1963/64 Kamera Special ‘The Fabulous June Palmer’ by Harrison Marks and on the inside cover is an advert (below) for slide sets of June by GHM, including set No.60, which is described as a mixed studies set, but also dates the set.

June Palmer – Backstage Bling! (Original)

The second backstage shot of June from the set of 8 original Harrison Marks glamour slides (Set No.60), which I recently purchased. The slides themselves are excellent quality with very few blemishes on them, but unfortunately over time they have gained a magenta tinge to them. I love the pose from June in this one with her arm across her forehead and the bling on her panties and high heels, giving her a look and feel of a stripper backstage, which I assume was the idea.

 

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June Palmer – To The Moon & Back! (Original)

A fourth image from the set of 8 original Harrison Marks glamour slides (Set No.60), which I recently won over on eBay. The slides themselves are excellent quality with very few blemishes on them, but unfortunately over time they have gained a magenta tinge to them. Thankfully the colour correction software on my scanner managed to compensate for this and restored the colours.

This shot on the spaceship set also appears on the cover of Modern Man Deluxe Quarterly, Winter 1969 (Vol.51 No.810), but the image has been reversed on the magazine, with the above shot being the correct way round. I know this because I have another slide from this set that shows the word air lock over the door this way round 🙂

I’m loving this set of slide and four more to go!

 

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