A stunning view of Pamela Green by Douglas Webb in 1973 posing naked in someones back alley! In 1973 Pam would have been at the ripe old age of 44 and was still looking extremely good with her body looks little different to her younger modelling days! Although later in life without the pressure of modelling and censorship, she did let things grow naturally down below.
Thanks to Simon for this rare view of an older Pam, always appreciated.
A sixth shot from the spectacular set of Pamela Green posing in the bath for Harrison Marks surrounded by mirrors! I just adore the curves and slightly rounded tummy of Pam as she gets out the bath. Plus you get a front and rear view at the same time thanks to the reflection in the mirror. Only one more shot left to publish of this ‘Bath Set‘, plus an original black and white shot thanks to Kevin.
At last I’ve managed to get a copy of Kamera No.1 (1957) by Harrison Marks and featuring Pamela Green as Rita Landre on the cover. It’s not in perfect condition, as the cover is coming slightly away from the rest of the magazine, but what do you expect for a magazine that’s 60 years old this year! The rest of the magazine is in very good condition with all pages crisp and clear, although for a first edition it was only 32 pages long compared to later editions at 48 pages.
Pamela Green as Rita Landre on the cover looks fabulous in her prime kneeling on that red bedspread. Another gap in my Kamera collection filled, only another 32 editions out of 89 to go!
Rita Landre (Pamela Green) posing on the Parisian Alley Set by Harrison Marks. This is a scan direct from the negative, but was originally printed in Solo No.13 P40 (1959). I’ve published several shots of Pam as Rita in this location here and think it is one of my favourite sets of her as Rita, including the colour shot of her kneeling! I have several more from the same set, which I will post anon, but thanks to Simon for sending me this and other scans from his Pamela Green collection.
The man himself Harrison Marks! Photographed here on location in 1958 with Pamela Green (dark wig) and Marie Deveraux (blonde wig). A typical shot of GHM with camera in hand and a cigarette not too far away! Taken on the Scilly Isles, this shot of Harrison Marks and two of his most popular models appeared in his hardback book Kamera on Location P8 (1958).
Another cracking shot of Pamela Green posing for Harrison Marks on ‘The Window Dresser’ set wearing nothing more than a summer hat! Taken from the same set as this earlier shot this is from another scan of an original negative and thanks as always to Simon for sending through this image of Pam from his collection.
Rita Landre, one of Pamela Green’s alter ego’s from Solo No.13 (1959) by Harrison Marks. Another of the Solo publications dedicated to an individual model, this one being full of Rita! This shot from P4 features Rita posing in front of the very familiar daisy/star wallpaper and wicker chair, as her dress falls down to expose her boobs along with a flash of thigh!
Pamela Green posing on what appears to be a photo from a late 1950’s. Well actually it’s not a photo as such, but is mounted on card with a die cut surround. The surface of the photo has been coated and has a textured surface to make it look like an oil painting, but that doesn’t show on this image. It also has a ribbon attached to the top for hanging and was obviously meant for a calendar? The image measures 9½”x 6½” and presumably published by Bemrose of Derby.
It also has a signature of the photographer on it in the bottom right and that looks to be Joan Craven, which would make sense as she took many pictures of a young Pamela Green in her early days and I think this is a rather nice shot!
The beautiful Pamela Green and Jean Spaul (Sporle) in glorious colour, as those pose for Harrison Marks on the balcony of the flat he shared with Pam in Hampstead. Taken around 1960 this colour shot shows the contrast between the redheaded Jean and her pale skin and the darker tanned form of Pamela. A perfect pose shot of the two and a perfect pose, similar to this shot from the same set.
Thanks to Simon for sending through this scan of this original negative from his Pam archive.
Note: This is an original image and subject to this copyright notice