A Trio of Bronzed Beauties – Kamera No.31 Cover (1960)

Mary Deigham, Jean Spaul (Sporle) and of course Pamela Green on the cover of Kamera No.31 (1960). All looking rather tanned as they pose nude, but Pam tanned more than the others, as I think she regularly topped up that tan at nudist camps 🙂

Backstage in Black (1959)

The unforgettable Madeleine Mado (Maria Hale), Mary Deighan and Pamela Green posing in the dressing room from a 35mm Pamar colour slide sent over by Kevin. Although this image of the three girls was taken at the same time as the other images that appeared in Kamera backstage, this specific shot doesn’t actually appear in the publication, so maybe only ended up as a slide? I love the fact it looks like just a snapshot of them all as they undress, but I’m sure it was posed, which shows how natural all three were at posing. Pam looks great stepping out of that petticoat revealing her black underwear 🙂

Poster Girl Mary Deighan (Original)

A beautiful rear view of Mary Deighan by Harrison Marks posing in the studio in front of a wall covered with Bill Posters from Theatre in the 1960’s. Superbly arranged shot including the very nice rear view of Mary in stockings

A Reflection of Backstage (1959)

From Kamera Backstage (1959) comes a shot spread across two pages (P32 & P33) of Pamela Green, Mary Deighan and Madeleine Mado (Maria Hale). A great shot of all 3, with Pam being seen in the reflection of the mirror as she chats to Mary wearing some great little nipple pasties! Madeleine stares off into the distance, but no nipple pasties on her, just a small little princess crown instead 🙂

Three Backstage Beauties (Original)

Madeleine Mado (Maria Hale), Mary Deighan and Pamela Green posing in the dressing room from a 35mm Pamar colour slide sent over by Kevin. This reminds me of this image that started me on this journey back in 2013, where does the time go! Although this image of the three girls was taken at the same time as the other images that appeared in Kamera backstage, this specific shot doesn’t actually appear in the publication, so maybe only ended up as a slide?

 

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