Two different shots of Sue Owen and her beautiful bottom, both taken by Harrison Marks in his flat, but at different times obviously! The first and my favourite is of a slightly younger Sue with long dark hair posing nude at the bar in GHM’s lounge. A beautiful nude rear view and a few dimples on show, as well as a sneaky peak of one her her small pert tits! I also love that you get to see some of the memorabilia on GHM’s wall, including shots of himself with June Palmer and Stuart Samuels and an individual shot of Caron Gardener.
The second shot of Sue is slightly later when she posed under the name Suzi Khan, but an equally appealing rear shot as she lifts the shirt she’s wearing to flash her bum to the camera. No dimples this time and maybe a slightly rounder fuller bottom on show! Thanks to Kevin for both shots of Sue and her delicious derrières 🙂
An original still of Clyda Rosen and co-star on the set of the Harrison Marks 1973 glamour film ‘Dolly Mixture’, where he seems to be getting to grips with Clyda and getting more than a handful of her rather large tits! Dolly Mixture is another of those later GHM films that were shot both in a full colour hardcore version for the overseas market, and shot a week later, a black and white softcore version for the British market. This shot comes from the softcore version, along with over 80 other original negatives I’ve acquired 🙂
A couple of interesting facts about this version, the actor above appeared in several of Marks’ films including Dolly Mixture and Santa’s Coming, but there is no mention of his name other than a pseudonym of “Short Jack Gold”. The mad professor in the softcore version is also the same actor that plays the main insurance investigator in the hardcore version, who is credited as being Paul Kirby. Clyda got so carried away filming the softcore version that the simulated sex ended up being the real thing with Cylda letting the lucky Mr Gold have full sex with her. If you want more details on the film and the actors there is a great review of it over on Gavcrimson’s blog here.
The 80 odd negatives I have actually cover the whole film and put together would actually make a good slide show of the film, which I may do someday once I get the chance. Other than that a great action shot of Clyda and her massive tits being manhandled by Mr Gold!
One of my favourite models posing at my favourite location, June Palmer on the doorstep of the Cottage at Ewhurst Manor. She’s even wearing the open long black negligee as seen here and one would even suggest that this shot was taken by Harrison Marks, due to the model, location and attire 🙂
A stunning view of June and her body in front of that infamous door and thanks as always to John W for this shot and a collection of new June images that he recently sent over.
Gill Evans having a quick dip in a rock pool down at the beach in 1966. Taken by Harrison Marks in the summer of 1966 on his two week trip with his models to Bedruthan in Cornwall for images that would later to appear in Kamera on Location 66 and several Solo editions featuring his popular models. Gill was a model from the second week of the trip and seemed to enjoy being in the water, or so it seems as she is photographed in the sea, rock pools and a river in various shots throughout Kamera on Location 66.
Gill had a cracking figure as shown in this side profile shot and incidentally this is from one of my first negative purchases and scans from a few years ago.
Diane James another model I’ve missed off this blog until now by Harrison Marks on the Egyptian set. All photographs of Diane James by GHM were published in Kamera No.73, No.79 & No.85 and were from one shoot on the Egyptian Set, originally built for a four part series of GHM glamour films called ‘Favourites of the Pharaohs’ in which Diane stars as the dancer in Episode 2, ‘The Dance’. Diane did various other work in the UK and I have several other original negatives of her posing in the studio by other photographers, both professional and amateur. Other than that there seems to be very little in the way of published magazine articles featuring Diane, unless of course she went by another name?
This particular shot is direct from the negative, but the printed version appeared in Kamera No.73 P46 (1966), which also includes another 5 very nice shots of her posing on the Egyptian set.