A coy looking Christina by Harrison Marks and published in Kamera No.61 P11 (1964), although this is scanned directly from the negative rather than the magazine. What a fabulous pose and curvy figure from Christina as she poses on the balcony of one of GHM’s flats/houses as I’m never quite sure which is which now. Not much intervention required from the censors on this shot for publication, in fact it looks to have been published as shot 🙂
The petite and perky Jackie Salt posing on the bed for Harrison Marks in one of the bedrooms of his flat. Several shots of Jackie from this set appeared in Kamera No.61 (1964) including a double page centre spread, although this shot seems to have missed this edition? Having checked the Solo edition featuring Jackie it doesn’t appear there either, but I’m sure a shot like this must have been published somewhere?
A cheeky one of a smiling Wendy Luton posing amongst the bales by Harrison Marks. She seems to be posing out on location in what seems to be a hay field and I would hazard a guess at this being taken at the same time as shots of her that appear in ‘She Walks in Beauty’ and Kamera No.61, so 1964. Fabulous pose from Wendy 🙂
The magnificent figure and tits of Maxine (Elaine Ecke) taken by Harrison Marks on the loft set. This image comes from an original 35mm Pamar colour slide in my collection that I recently acquired, along with various other slides in a slide box of 100 differing glamour slides including about 20 Harrison Marks Pamar slides, but unfortunately not in their original card slide holders.
It’s been a while, but this is a superb restored shot of Maxine, although it still has a minor magenta tint to it, but shows off her fabulous curves so well as she kneels on that bed with her discarded negligee around her.
Another shot of an unknown beauty posing for Harrison Marks kneeling on a bed in the studio. No idea who this busty and curvy lady is, but she also appeared in the normal editions of Kamera around 1963/64 and is on the Unknown Models page under Unknown Model No.54.
Fabulous curves and figure and has in the past been identified incorrectly as Marie Davies, as there is a passing resemblance in face and figure.
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.