This slicked up shot of a glistening body is of Erica as if you needed to guess and comes from Kamera No.20 P32 (1959). As I’ve said before it seems that Harrison Marks had a thing for Erica oiled up, as I’ve seen more or Erica with oil on her body than not. Just an observation, as what’s not to like about seeing Erica or her body at least and those oiled curves!
Jane Paul by Harrison Marks on the Cottage Kitchen set in rather a large pair of glasses! I don’t know if she looks sexy in this shot or just nerdy, I can’t make my mind up? Obviously the glasses are much too big for her face, but I think that actually detracts from the whole shot of her? Personally I think the shot as a whole would have just worked better without the glasses, as I love the way she is posing with the books in jeans and topless showing of her perky small tits. The glasses just keep distracting me (I just keep thinking of Ronnie Barker!) from what else is on offer, but who can resist a girl in glasses?
The beautiful Maria Hale as Madeleine Mado from a restored 35mm Pamar colour slide. Taken on the Kamera Backstage set in 1959 it features Maria/Madeleine looking over her shoulder in long blonde wig, wearing a small golden crown or tiara giving us a flash of her cheeky little bum. I don’t know what the feather contraption is she is holding but love the orange colours. For an old 35mm slide the colours in this shot have held up very well with little restoration required and thanks to Kevin for sending over the original scan 🙂
A restored shot of Pamela Green by Harrison Marks from a 35mm colour slide taken back in 1958. Nothing too risque about the shot, but love the pose with her curved hip to one side like that and that bountiful bust popping out between that blue leotard. A fabulous contrast between Pam’s red hair and the blue outfit as well. A classic 1950’s pose that will have surely adorned the pages of an early Fiesta magazine.
Unfortunately the slide is a bit damaged, so the image isn’t as crystal clear as it could be, not that it detracts from the overall view 🙂