Pamela Green as Princess Sonmar Harricks posing nude on the loft set and photographed by Harrison Marks. I’m not sure this is a very politically correct shot in the current environment, but when has this site ever been politically correct with the content it shows? Imagine the uproar and offence such a photo would cause today, if a current famous model ‘blacked up’ and posed like this. I’m not condoning racism or anything like that, but people seem to get offended in today’s society over the least little thing and then things just seem to be blow out of all proportion, just saying!
Life was much simpler back then, as it just wasn’t seen or even perceived as being an issue, just a fabulous nude model posing as a dark skinned beauty for all to enjoy. Pam looks stunning in this shot leaning against the wall on the loft set and you can’t actually tell the skin colour isn’t real as it looks flawless and must have taken hours to apply.
Pamela Green having a bit of a bend and stretch on a beach on the Isles of Scilly in 1958. Taken by Harrison Marks this comes from an original medium format negative and is a superb shot of the fabulous Pam bending and showing off that stunning figure. This shot didn’t actually make it into Kamera on Location, but surely it was good enough to appear in other publications?
A great two page advert for the 1967 film ‘The Naked World of Harrison Marks’ featuring the man himself plus a bevy of glamour beauties that appeared in the film.
For those interested the models appearing in this advert are Pamela Green on page 1, June Palmer on page 2 bottom left, Christine Carter and Julie Jordan on page 2 bottom left. The models appearing with GHM on page 2 top are from right to left, Ann Walker, Ann Wilson, Marina Jones, Deborah de Lacey, Vera Novak and 2 at the end I recognize, but forget names at present 🙂
The elegant figure of Pamela Green posing on the Cottage Kitchen set by Harrison Marks. This comes from a scanned and restored 35mm colour Pamar slide and shows off Pam in her prime and her body in all it’s fabulous glory. I still think I prefer Pam with her trademark long blond hair rather than the other hair colour and type variations.
It doesn’t get much better than this shot of Pamela Green and Marie Deveraux posing together for Harrison Marks and in colour! An absolutely fabulous shot of Pam and Marie posing on the Dressing Room set with Marie kneeling in a tin bath soaping herself.
This shot comes from the original colour negative sent over by Simon from his extensive collection of Pamela Green negatives and needed very little restoration or colour correction to it. Taken in the late 1950’s it features Pam with long red hair, although I believe that her hair was red it was short, so that may be a hair extension in this shot? What more to say than I love this shot and great to see Pam and Marie together in a shot other than the early shots of them in the original Kamera on location book 🙂
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 🙂
Another view of Pamela Green and Jean Spaul (Sporle) posing for Harrison Marks as they look out of the living room window nude! A very simple but effective shot of Pam and Jean and I love the curve of Jean’s bum in this shot and the curves of both figures. Clever use of the lighting from the window, highlighting different parts of both Jean and Pam’s beautiful figures.
The man himself Harrison Marks! Photographed here on location in 1958 with Pamela Green (dark wig) and Marie Deveraux (blonde wig). A typical shot of GHM with camera in hand and a cigarette not too far away! Taken on the Scilly Isles, this shot of Harrison Marks and two of his most popular models appeared in his hardback book Kamera on Location P8 (1958).