Harrison Marks’ 1963 New Colour Slide Series

A four page leaflet for the Harrison Marks’ 1963 New Colour Slide series featuring Tina Graham (Christine Carter) on the cover. Some fabulous new sets offered in packs of 8 and I must have posted at least one shot from each of the sets offered over my time doing this blog, as there are lots of familiar shots of models in this leaflet.

Thanks again to Dave over at Rambooks, who scanned and sent this fabulous copy of the leaflet to add to my growing catalogue collection.

Babs Dorne (Margarette)

Margarette is described in the Harrison Marks movie synopsis of glamour film No.44, ‘Margarette’ (1963) as ‘Continental’. He did three still shoots with her and photographs from them are in Kamera No.52, No.53, No.60 & 61 and Kamera Special No.3. Margarette isn’t continental at all but actually English model Babs Dorne, who appears on this Model Index card under that name with the statistics 36-22-36 and being only 5′ 3″ tall. So overall Babs is a nice little package indeed 🙂

Terry Peters – Half Way Up! (Original)

Terry Peters by Harrison Marks posing half way up the stairs at Ewhurst Manor. This is from the original negative, but the shot is too good to have not been published in either Kamera or Solo, so it must be in one of my missing editions. Another uncensored view of Terry’s fabulous figure, but a nasty bruise on her thigh!

Rusty On a Rug! (Original)

Rusty Gaynor from Kamera No.51 P12 (1963), although this is a scan from the original negative rather than directly from the magazine, but it’s been cropped to a very similar style as it appeared in print. A beautiful shot of Rusty posing on a sheepskin rug in the studio taken by Harrison Marks and I love the roundness and curve of her hip in this shot, although I’m still convinced she’s had a boob job, as they just look too round and upright?

Lee Southern – A Barrow Load of Fun!

Lee Southern (Sothern) sat posing in a very dodgy old wheelbarrow in the grounds of Sheplegh Court in 1963. From a set of Lee in and around the grounds of Sheplegh and taken by Leslie Bainbridge on a glass photographic plate.