Another Harrison Marks model that seems to favour big dangly ones (Earrings) is Julie Shearing, as seen in this original print of her from Oxxbridge again. A different angled shot this time, as she leans back against the flora wallpaper giving us a side profile of her earrings and body. What is also visible are the streaks in her hair, that she seems to favour in most shots I’ve seen of her. They look good, but tend to make her look older than she was and give her a Cruella de Vil type of look, but not so obvious!
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June Palmer posing on the dungeon set for Harrison Marks as she hangs off a set of chains! The 4th shot I’ve published of June posing on this set, with several shots similar to this featured in the Kamera Special ‘The Fabulous June Palmer’ (1964). The shots I’ve published so far can be found here.
Pamela Green in the guise of Rita Landre posing in a raunchy opened shirt shot on the loft set by Harrison Marks. As always a perfectly executed pose by Pam, to the point that a precisely placed front hand on the bedpost casts a shadow at just the right spot to hide things between her legs. If you look hard you can just see an outline of things though!
Thanks to Simon for sending over a selection of his original Pam/Rita negatives 🙂
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I thought I’d already published a version of the 1966 Kamera Calendar cover featuring June Palmer, but looking back through my posts it doesn’t seem like it. Anyway a high quality scan of my own copy of of the 1966 cover featuring a wet looking JP on the Roman Bath Set and I don’t think that green dress could cling to any more places on June!
I’ll continue to edit and repost my scans of the other months from 1966 over the coming weeks.
A double meaning to the title this time, in that it’s a play on Eva’s surname Wild and a bit of a wild shot as she’s laying on a leopardskin rug 🙂 Still a great early shot of Eva Wild by Harrison Marks, but he did like his animal skin rugs back then didn’t he!
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