Beautiful Side Profile of Unknown Blonde

I love this image! It comes from Kamera No.40 and this stunning blonde appears on pages 13 and 28, along with the intro page below.
Again she looks familiar, but can’t put a name to her and not going to try this time!  Does anyone recognise her?  Kamera No.40 was published in 1962 if that helps and I’ve looked on the official GHM website model data to no avail.
 
I’ll add it to the unknown models page for reference.

Brides in the Bath – Part 2 (Video)

So as promised part 2 of the full version of ‘Brides in the Bath’.
This film was based loosely around the true life story of serial killer and bigamist George Joseph Smith.  I won’t bore you with the details, but if your interested in the real story there is a link here
The story behind this film can be found over on part 1
Highlights of this part, the can-can girls including Jayne Tracey and of course George’s third wife in the shape of June Palmer and another bath scene!

Actresses in this part are listed below, again some I cannot identify, so let me know if you spot any?

 

George (?)

Can-Can Girl No.1 (?)

Can-Can Girl No.2 (Jayne Tracey)

Can-Can Girl No.3 (?)

Mistress (Same as Can-Can Girl No.3?)

Wife No.3 (June Palmer)


For those wanting to skip through things Jayne Tracey starts at 2:30 minutes and June Palmer at 14 minutes

So I leave you to enjoy part 2 of ‘Brides in the Bath’, which completes this never before seen video from Arthur Howell and featuring June Palmer.

Next… Another never before seen June Palmer video called ‘Triangle’ featuring June as Little Bo-Peep, an image of which can be seen on her Wikipedia page … Here

P.S. If the video fails at any point, do let me know 🙂

Wonder

 

Note: This is an original video and subject to this copyright notice.

Dawn Gayson – Girls of the World No.1

Five beautiful shots of  Dawn Gayson (Dawn Grayson) from Girls of the World No.1  The accompanying text read:
 
‘We seriously consider that beautiful Dawn Gayson fully earns the title ‘Special Girl of the World’.  Not only is she something special, but she has travelled all over the globe.  Born in Scandinavia, not far from where these shots were taken, Dawn now lives in London.  Her flame-coloured hair can be seen to full advantage on the back cover of this magazine.’ (below)
 
A bit of creative writing above on the facts, but definitely special!

Jane Paul From Kamera No.89

By popular request Jane Paul by Harrison Marks on the dungeon set from Kamera No.89 (1968)The chap in the second shot is Stuart Samuels and appears through-out GHM photo’s as minor character parts and has also had roles in some 8mm films such as ‘Nightmare at Elm Manor’ and ‘Three’s Company’ with Val Jones.  Thanks to Alexei for identifying SS in the shot above 🙂

Amber Magazine Covers

Amber Magazine a popular British glamour magazine of the 1950’s and 60’s, featuring the photos of Russell Gay and such great models as Rosina Revelle, Hazel Taylor, Lorraine Burnett, Sally Douglas, June Palmer, Jackie Parker, Margaret Nolan, Molly Peters, Frankie Young etc.  Not as popular as Russell Gays other publication ‘QT’ but still very collectable.

Amber No.1 (Nancy Roberts)
Amber No.2 
Amber No.3 (Virginia Green)
 
Amber No.4
 
Amber No.5
 
Amber No.6
 
Amber No.7 (Marie Davis)
Amber No.8 (Tina Madison)
 
Amber No.9 (Kathleen King)
 
Amber No.10 (Missing)
Amber No.11 (Missing)
Amber No.12 (Tina Graham)
 
Amber No.13
 
Amber No.14 (Diane Walker)
 
Amber No.15
 
Amber No.16 (Missing) 
Amber No.17 (Jill Stevens)
Amber No.18
 
Amber No.19
Amber No.20 (Marie Clarence)
 
Amber No.21 (Margaret Middleton)

I can identify some of the models in some of these first 21 covers, but some I don’t know or are familiar and can’t quite put a name to them!  Anyone that can identify the missing model names, then please do let me know.

 

Brides in The Bath – Part 1 (Video)

So as promised the full version of ‘Brides in the Bath’, well part 1 anyway, as I needed to keep the file size down for hosting!
This film was based loosely around the true life story of serial killer and bigamist George Joseph Smith.  I won’t bore you with the details, but if your interested in the real story there is a link here
The story behind this film … Arthur Howell was hired to shoot a musical version of the Brides in the Bath story by someone whose name might have been Moscowicz. The details about who wanted this film are sketchy as the notes made at the time were destroyed in a fire. Fortunately the film itself survived. Harry Roy was to have written the music, but he died before shooting started, but the film was shot silent anyway. As Roy died on 1st February 1971, the film must have been shot at some point after this.  Arthur was never paid, so he hung onto the film until he sold it to my contact John W around 1985. He put together the film as best he could, but the film bears very little resemblance to the real story.
So how did I come by this film?  I saw a brief clip ‘June The Newlywed’ on YouTube posted by John and mailed him to ask permission to use the short clip being a June Palmer fan.  John kindly replied saying I could use the clip and then offered me the full film and the history of the film as described above.  Great I thought, an unseen June Palmer film to share, but I nearly fell of my chair when I watched the full version!  Not only does it start June Palmer, but a number of other well known models of that time including Teri Martine, Dawn Grayson, Jayne Tracey and others I have as of yet been unable to identify. The highlights for me?  The Dawn Grayson & June Palmer bath scenes of course!

 

George (?)

1st Wife (?)

Waitress/Maid (Teri Martine)

Matron? (?)

Mistress/2nd Wife (Dawn Grayson)


For those wanting to skip through things Teri Martine starts at 7 minutes and Dawn Grayson at 17 minutes

So I leave you to enjoy part 1, with part 2 coming soon!  In the meantime can anyone identify the other models or the real name of George?  If so please do let me know?

P.S. If the video fails at any point, do let me know 🙂

Wonder

 

Note: This is an original video and subject to this copyright notice.