An original still of the stunning Sylvia Bayo (Lucienne Camille) on the set of the 1970 Harrison Marks glamour film Cous Cous. This particular shot gives a great full length view of her perfect body highlighted by the gold chain around her waist. Not a very politically correct film now, not that many of GHM’s films ever were, but this involved lots of naked women from different colours as slaves in a harem wearing nothing more than chains and being whipped by an evil Sheik. Mind you I was never one for being very PC on this site, especially when it comes to Sylvia and what’s not to enjoy 🙂
The delectable Dawn Grayson posing in the studio wearing her pink sheer negligee again. It’s the same pink negligee as in these shots, so it does raise the question if it was her own outfit of just used by the same photographer at different times? The other shots were 35mm colour slides taken outdoors, whereas this shot is a medium format negative in the studio, but that’s not to say they weren’t taken at the same time though.
Either way I do like the sheerness of the negligee and how we clearly see Dawn’s small pert tits through it 🙂
I’ve posted several individual shots of the three models Marianne Morris, Venetia Day and Dinah Challen by Terry Sparks on Rhodes, but very few of them all together, but it’s very nice to find this article in Girl Illustrated Vol.5 No.1 (1971) with them all. They have Marianne down as Viki Pascal, which I knew she modelled as, but Dinah as Linda Rome is a new name to me. Some great shots of the three and I even posted the original image of Ventia posing arms up on her own sent over by Terry here.
It’s always nice to find stuff by Terry, even better when it’s in Girl Illustrated and thanks to Beutelwolf over on VEF for the original scan.
Vanda Hudson taken by Harrison Marks from a set of Pamar Colour Slides (1959), of which this is a scan of one of the slide. Nothing risque about this shot, other than a flash of cleavage through the opening of her white outfit, plus a hint of nipple through the material. It’s still a very elegant shot of Vanda in the studio with the vivid red background.
Ann Austin as Jean Tudor from the restored colour centre pages of Follies Magazine. I have no idea why she is named Jean Tudor in this article other than the Americans thought it was very English to use the Tudor name? Regardless of the name Ann looks stunning in long open negligee!
Thanks to Paul from Firebird Records for this great shot of Ann.