An original still of the stunning Virginia Jones on the set of the 1970 Harrison Marks glamour film Cous Cous. This particular shot gives a great side full length view of her perfect body highlighted by the gold chain around her waist and necklaces around her neck. Not a very politically correct film now, not that many of GHM’s films ever were!
Zigrinda by Harrison Marks. She only appeared in Kamera No.87 (1968) and the glamour film ‘Zigrinda, Britain’s Top Stripper’. The three images from No.87 are all from the same set of her wearing the white hat and black push up bra, but as far as I’m aware this shot from my collection never got published?
Wendy Luton on the dungeon set and a still taken by Harrison Marks from his 1964 glamour film ‘Vampire’. Wendy looks absolutely stunning as she leans against the dungeon wall and her dark eye make-up give her a certain Vampish look 🙂
I’ve also published a copy of the actual Glamour film associated with this shot and members should be able to view the film here. Not a member yet and want to see the film, check out the details of how to become a member here.
The delightful Annlyse kneeling naked on the bed for Harrison Marks at his flat. This version comes direct from the negative in my collection, but the image was published in Solo No.19 P11 (1961) which was one of the only Solo editions to be dedicated to two models, both Annlyse and Dorte who were visiting from Denmark apparently!
I love Annlyse’s perky pair in this shot as they seem to be sticking out rather nicely, but she does look a bit pale and harsh around the face and those eyebrows!
Fran Dorn by Terry Sparks from a fabulous set of shots of her posing in different rooms of a house, including this shot of her in the bath! Fran also posed for Terry under the name Frankie Martin, so I have plenty of her to come from both sets.
I do love this set of her posing in the bath and a different shot from behind as she kneels with one leg up on the edge of the bath. A very frisky shot of her squeezing one small tit and giving us a delicious view of what lies between her legs. A differing style of photo from Terry as you moved into the 1970’s, where the shots and poses became more provocative in nature rather than glamour. Not a complaint just an observation 🙂