Cindy Kneels!

Cindy Neal kneeling on an old pouffe as she poses for Harrison Marks on the Arabian set. Cindy has a very healthy look to her with those little white tan lines, that highlight those round pert tits and the very tidy little pussy on show, that would have needed little retouching for publication 🙂 Thanks as always to Kevin for the scan of this original GHM negative featuring Cindy.

Cindy Neal – All Wrapped Up with a Bow! (1968)

Cindy Neal looking truly scrumptious in the kitchen in stockings, suspenders, low cut bra and apron covering the best bits, from Kamera No.88 P4 (1968). Add in the big bow on her head and the fact she’s got a box of Australian sultana’s on the table, she obviously cooking up something and looking delicious in the kitchen!

Not Your Average Cindy Doll! (1968)

Cindy Neal posing on the Kitchen set from Kamera No.88 P3 (1968) and looking very nice too! As the title says not your average Cindy doll, although if anyone has ever seen a Cindy the nether regions look very similar to the retouched version of this shot 🙂

It’s a Good Life, Margo! (Original)

Sometimes when you see an image you just have to post it and this is one of those shots! This wonderfully posed shot of Cindy Neal popped into my inbox last night from Terry and I love it and the little story attached, which will make the title of this post clearer 🙂
One of Terry’s original transparencies, he worked with Cindy several times and also used her flat as a location. It was situated off Regents Park and decorated in a slightly Eastern style, which was useful as it was just up the road from Terry’s studio in Great Portland Street. Another bit of useless information, her real name was Margo, but Terry never did find out about her surname.
So there you go Cindy was a Margo, which makes me laugh as I always associate the name Margo with Penelope Keith from the TV series ‘The Good Life’, hence the subtle title to the post! Enjoy the shot of Cindy/Margo and thanks Terry for a fantastic little shot.

Walden Manor – It’s All About Location! (Original)

For locations used for glamour shoots by GHM and others I’ve always been fascinated by Ewhurst Manor it’s location, background, grounds and rooms that were used. As I’ve posted more and more shots, it has also become obvious that this wasn’t the only location that was used and the name Walden Manor started to appear. Knowing very little about the place or location I thought I’d ask Terry as he mentioned it on one of his mails and he has kindly replied with this fascinating insight into Walden and a superb image!
It’s an old Manor House near Orpington in Kent. It was owned by a lovely couple in their 60’s, name of Janet and Jim Clark. Working there was a joy as Janet, who had spent most of her life in Mexico City was a great cook and always provided the most fabulous lunches. The only problem was that after eating too much nobody wanted to work in the afternoon. Walden Manor I think I am correct in saying was only used by GHM, Ed Alexander, Ken Williams and myself for glamour shoots although I believe they let it out to film and advertising companies. The great advantage to me was that it was nearly always available at short notice unlike Ewhurst who had so many clients it often needed to be booked well in advance. That was often difficult with the glamour girls who tended to be here today and gone tomorrow. There was a large entrance hall and several bedrooms including a four poster bed. The whole place was filled with antiques, a grand piano and a cellar.
One day GHM booked the place and turned up with a young couple telling Janet he wanted to take some romantic pix of them. At some point in the afternoon Janet happened to look out of one of the bedroom windows to see George on the front lawn taking close ups of the young couple having vigorous sex. That was too much for Janet and she refused to let him work there again!
When I was still working for Russell we had a 4 day shoot there making a film called the Hell Fire Club. A lot of the scenes were filmed in the cellar and in one particular shot I had to film two men dressed as Monks carrying a naked girl down the stairs. The wood was far more rotten than any realised and the whole lot came crashing down, luckily not causing any great damage to our actors. This meant the whole crew were now stuck in the cellar. After about 30 minutes of shouting, Jim finally turned up with a ladder and we all climbed out. We still had more of the film to shoot but some of he girls found it difficult going up and down the ladder when they were half naked. Personally I thought it was good fun!
I have attached a photo of us all in the entrance hall of Walden, taken by Jim Clark. 
Back row: Russell Gay, Samantha Bond, Terry Sparks, Cindy Neal, John (Assistant to Terry)
Front row: Milt (actor), Maya Zell, Malcolm (actor) and April Dawson
I love this as not your typical shot and good to see Terry in the photo. Great to see the models too, although April Dawson is a new name to me and Milt the actor looks familiar?
Thanks Terry 🙂

Cindy Neal – Pretty in Pink Basque

An alluring Cindy Neal posing in a very 1960’s style armchair in pink Basque with black panties and stockings.  Unknown when and where it was originally published, but reprinted in the ‘1960’s Glamour’ Book.  I don’t know if I need sunglasses on for the bright pink Basque or the curtains behind Cindy, both are a little harsh on ones eyes!

Cindy Neal

Another of the lesser known models who appeared in Kamera No.88.  She also starred in the Harrison Marks film ‘Pattern of Evil’ (released in the U.S. as “Fornicon”), along with Monique Devereaux, Yvonne Paul and Jutka Goz.