The Magnificent Maxine! (Original)

The magnificent figure and tits of Maxine (Elaine Ecke) taken by Harrison Marks on the loft set. This image comes from an original 35mm Pamar colour slide in my collection that I recently acquired, along with various other slides in a slide box of 100 differing glamour slides including about 20 Harrison Marks Pamar slides, but unfortunately not in their original card slide holders.

It’s been a while, but this is a superb restored shot of Maxine, although it still has a minor magenta tint to it, but shows off her fabulous curves so well as she kneels on that bed with her discarded negligee around her. 

Maxine’s Marvellous Mounds! – Kamera Special No.4 (1964)

Two shots of Maxine Ellis (Elaine Ecke) by Harrison Marks posing on the loft set for Kamera Special No.4 (1964). GHM used Maxine on this set with the long black negligee across a number of the Kamera publications, including the cover of Kamera No.28.

Maxine was one of those models, that although she had a big pair of tits on her they didn’t look out of proportion with the rest of her body, as she had a fuller curvy figure to match perfeclty on display in the top shot.

Maxine – Before The Blonde Days! (1950’s)

The hair may be different, but the body still looks as good as ever! Maxine (Elaine Ecke) from the mid 1950’s posing nude, but with short darker hair rather than the blonde locks we are used to seeing her with when she posed for Harrison Marks.

Maxine & The Tiger!

A restored 35mm negative of Maxine Ellis (Elaine Ecke) posing with a tiger skin rug or part of it, by Harrison Marks. I have several of these needing restoration, but most aren’t as good as this, but still a good short of Maxine’s magnificent chest.

Maxine & The Look! (1960)

Maxine (Maxine Ellis or Elaine Ecke take your pick!) from Kamera No.28 (1960) on the loft set by Harrison Marks. Leaning back in that long black negligee as it opens exposing her voluptuous body, she has a look on her face that says she knows what your looking at! Very true, but there is so much to look at one doesn’t know where to start or stop.