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.
An original shot of Sophia Dawn by Harrison Marks posing amongst the rocks and mussels down on Bedruthan beach in Cornwall. This shot was probably taken around 1964 and several shots of Sophia on the beach went on to appear in GHM’s hardback book ‘She Walks in Beauty’
Julie Shearing from P34 of the Kamera Special No.4 (1964) sat on a rug on a front room set, with the familiar diamond wallpaper in the background. Although published in 1964 the shot was taken much earlier by GHM as Julie posed for him during the late 1950’s.
She may be a blonde but there is no mistaking the stunning looks of Eve Eden! A shot of Eve during her short period as a blonde and one of two shots that appeared in Carnival Autumn Extra (1964). It’s been a while since I posted some pages from Carnival and toy forget how many of the models on this blog appeared throughout the editions over the years.
Thanks to Paul from Firebird Records for sending this and the other scans over from this magazine and reminding me to look back through my archive of Carnival 🙂
It must be time for another Harrison Marks Film from the his Kamera Cine Film collection. This time it’s Kamera Cine Film No. 48 ‘Star Strip’ (1964) featuring none other than June Palmer and Stuart Samuels. The story behind this film is simple, it features June preparing backstage in very little to go on stage and perform a striptease, with Samuels thrown in for a bit of light entertainment.
This film is one of the more common films by GHM that you can find out on the internet, but what is different about this version is it’s the 16mm version of the film and not the standard 8mm version. That means the quality of the film is much better and that comes across in this digital conversion, plus it’s the full end to end film including beginning and end titles, which seem to get missed off on other versions I’ve seen out there.
A big thank you to John W, who not only sent me this copy, but took the time to get the film converted to digital and added the appropriate music to the film, as originally it was silent, not that June stripping needed any accompaniment!
You may also want to go into the settings on the video to change the quality up to 720p or 1080p to see the real quality of this version, as the default seems to set it doen at 480p!
*This film is copyright George Harrison Marks Enterprises Limited
Elaine Desmond posing on some rocks on Bedruthan beach in nothing more than her pigtails. This shot appears in Kamera Special No.4 (1964) with Elaine looking rather coy as she balances precariously on that seaweed cover rock!
An interesting article from the pages of Mayfair Vol.2 No.1 (January 1964) about several well known models making a film for Mayfair. The models in question were Dawn Grayson, Geraldine (Gerry) Brown, Lee Southern, Diane (McNeil) Grant and Pauline Dickenson. All of which apart from Pauline are well known on this blog, especially my favourite in the pink tights, Dawn Grayson.
Now I’m not sure if a film was really made or this was just a set up for the article, but I do know Mayfair did make several super 8mm films later on featuring Syliva Bayo, Mandy Kuypers and Penny Mallett. So maybe they did make the film, but I’m sure I wouldn’t have missed such a film featuring Dawn and friends? Anyone know if it really exists?