Frankie Young posed for many of the key photographers back in the 1960’s, including Russell Gay and Harrison Marks. This seems to be a shot by Russell Gay and is the most open and revealing shot I’ve seen of her to date, as she normally keeps her knickers on or poses in a way to hide what lies below!
Frankie posed for GHM in Kameras No.55 (1963), No.56, in which she appears on the cover and No.58. She is the star of Solo No.37 and further photos from earlier shoots were published in Kameras No.69, 73 & 75, and in Kamera Special No.3. She also appears on eight of the large format pages of Harrison Marks’ prestigious hardback coffee table book, ‘She Walks in Beauty’. There are two glamour movies featuring Frankie: No.47 ‘Frankly Frankie’ & No.51 ‘What the Eye Doesn’t See’. I have a copy of the first film, so must dig it out and publish it 🙂
A stunning open view of Frankie!
Paula Ellis posing in the sauna by Harrison Marks and from a scan of the original negative. Paula only seems to have posed for one set of photo’s by Harrison Marks and all were on the sauna set, or it could have possibly been a real sauna, but I’m not sure? Several images of Paula were published in New Kamera No.1 (1969) and all were black and white, although I do have several colour negatives of her from the same set.
GHM had very few coloured models in his early publications, unless you count the likes of Thelma or Merle Henry and a few other models that had a Latin look to them, but not many that I would class as ebony/black? It seems he decided to rectify that in New Kamera, as we have both Paula Ellis and Virginia Jones in the same edition and fabulous they both are! Paula had a great figure with big full tits and a thick dark bush, but unfortunately she also had a very bad scar down her stomach and across her tummy button, hence the well place hand or arms across her stomach in some of her shots.
Pamela Green by Harrison Marks from a scan of an original Pamar 35mm colour slide. A beautiful shot of Pam posing nude by a gate down on the coast and an early shot of her, as she has short red hair rather than the familiar bleached blonde look we are used to seeing. A stunning view 🙂
Another still of Dawn Grayson by Harrison Marks from the set of the 1969 feature film ‘The Nine Ages of Nakedness’. Her Ladyship (Dawn Grayson) strips for a renowned painter Sir Rupert, Harrison De Chandelier and poses nude as he proceeds to paint her. A perfect opportunity to see Dawn nude and on film 🙂
Back to a more familiar pose from Marie Deveraux with her clothes off! This time kneeling on the floor in the studio for Harrison Marks and showing off a great profile of her body and figure 🙂