Bea Bea Chu-Chu – Where Is The Hair! (Original)

An image of Bea Bea Chu-Chu in the studio by Harrison Marks and from an original negative. Interestingly I first thought this was a retouched or censored shot, but as it’s straight from the untouched negative, maybe not? The reason for the question was that in all her other shots she is showing off her very natural dark pussy, whereas here it seems to have gone?

After careful study, I’m still not sure what has happened, you can clearly see hair, but not to the extent of her other shots and it seems almost white? Maybe they powdered it with makeup or something, god knows why or maybe they did something to the area in developing the negative? It certainly looks different that’s for sure, but Bea Bea sure does have a fabulous curvy figure and big round tits, all that distract you in a nice way 🙂

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Bea Bea’s Big Bust!

A reclining shot of Bea Bea Chu-Chu and her magnificent chest! No idea who took this shot or where it was taken, but it looks to be a younger Bea Bea than when she posed for Harrison Marks. Her hair also looks slightly dark than the later shots as well, but the tits look as good 🙂

Bea Bea Chu-Chu – A Solo Affair! (1961)

Bea Bea Chu-Chu on the cover of Solo No.22 (1961) by Harrison Marks. Another magazine from the Solo collection providing a complete set of images and poses of one model, this time Bea Bea. Although not one of my favourites you cannot deny she had a great pair of tits on her!

Bea Bea’s Bountiful Body (Original)

Bea Bea Chu-Chu showing off her beautiful curvy figure and round ample bosom, as she stands with hands clasp in front of her  perfectly hiding her nether region. Taken by Harrison Marks the shot also features the obligatory sheepskin rug and shiny sheer curtain that have appeared in numerous shots before. Thanks to Kevin for sending over this shot of Bea Bea for his collection.

A Hint of Bush From Bea Bea! (Original)

The curves and dips of the figure of Bea Bea Chu-Chu by Harrison Marks taken in 1961 and if you look very closely there’s just a hint of bush sticking out! Thanks to Kevin for this original image of Bea Bea, whom may well have been French!