The petite and perky Jackie Salt posing on the bed for Harrison Marks in one of the bedrooms of his flat. Several shots of Jackie from this set appeared in Kamera No.61 (1964) including a double page centre spread, although this shot seems to have missed this edition? Having checked the Solo edition featuring Jackie it doesn’t appear there either, but I’m sure a shot like this must have been published somewhere?
Before my break there was a vote on the next set of glamour films people wished to see posted, with four new films up for the vote. The votes are finished and the results were as follows. The Casting Couch (Angela Duncan) – 33%, Bathing Beauty (Ann Austin) – 25%, Turn Me On! (Wanda Liddell) – 22% and Session with Cleo (Cleo Simmonds) – 20%. So we have a winner in The Casting Couch featuring Angela Duncan with Bathing Beauty next.
The Casting Couch film is 15 minutes long and although it highlights Angela Duncan as the main model, she only appears for just over 5 minutes of the film as a secretary at the beginning and briefly at the end, although you do get some fabulous views of her body. The majority of the film features another slimmer model being seduced on the Casting Couch, which happens to be Harrison Marks actual office and at The Halfway Inn! Members can enjoy the film below 🙂
*This film is copyright George Harrison Marks Enterprises Limited
The elegant figure of Pamela Green posing on the Cottage Kitchen set by Harrison Marks. This comes from a scanned and restored 35mm colour Pamar slide and shows off Pam in her prime and her body in all it’s fabulous glory. I still think I prefer Pam with her trademark long blond hair rather than the other hair colour and type variations.
The final shot in my collection of ‘Ronnie’ from a film still of the Harrison Marks 1971 glamour film ‘Tailor Made’. Ronnie obviously being non other than Veronica Diemen.
I love the whole composition of these shots, from the way she is stood with that red dress open exposing her big tits and dark pussy, to the way she looks over her shoulder at her reflection in the mirror. So much going on you don’t know where to look next (apart from the obvious places!). The hands on the hips work as well for two reasons, it keeps the dress open for us to see her body, but also cleverly manages to hide a scar Veronica has on her lower right side, which you can just see in this other shot.
A fabulous view of Veronica and members get to see the full medium format version, which shows off a lot more of the scenery behind her 🙂
A cheeky one of a smiling Wendy Luton posing amongst the bales by Harrison Marks. She seems to be posing out on location in what seems to be a hay field and I would hazard a guess at this being taken at the same time as shots of her that appear in ‘She Walks in Beauty’ and Kamera No.61, so 1964. Fabulous pose from Wendy 🙂
A beautiful shot of the model known only as Vicky by Harrison Marks. Taken in the grounds of Ewhurst Manor this shot of Vicky shows off her wonderful naked body and that perfect triangle of hair below. Most of the images of Vicky were published in the last few editions of Kamera with similar shots to this appearing in Kamera No.87 (1968) with most having Vicky posing in the garden and grounds of Ewhurst. I’d certain fire off my cannon if I came across this view of Vicky 🙂
A beautiful shot of an unknown kneeling model taken by Harrison Marks in the studio. Not only does she have a fabulous slender figure with small perky tits, but a stunning and infectious smile. Another unknown beauty to add to the unknown model list as Unknown Model No.68 until we know a name or not 🙂
Another visually stunning shot of the seductive Julie (Shearing) from Solo No.4 P13 (1958) by Harrison Marks. This time a rear view of Julie looking over her shoulder wearing just fishnet stockings and of course her trademark big dangly earrings. What makes this shot so stunning is the view of that perfectly peachy arse and the way her hips glide into her hourglass waist.
Some technical information for the photographers of us out there. This was taken on a Rollei Tessar 3.5 on Weston Film 200 with an exposure of a 10th at f14. Lighting was via a 2000 watts Tungsten light according to the information on the page right under Julies bum 🙂