Paula King precariously perched on what seems to be a piece of wood across the pond at Ewhurst Manor. I’d say this scan of an original negative was by photographer Ken Williams, as it fits with other images of Paula published in Lenz No.3 here. Superbly balanced shot of Paula’s fine figure as she leans against what looks like a stone bird bath to me.
A fabulous article from Bizarre Magazine in the 1960’s featuring the two classic beauties June Palmer & Jutka Goz in leather & PVC! The article which members can see in full below is 10 pages full of June and Jutka in leather and PVC outfits, including corsets, stockings and boots. An interesting observation on my part is that in several shots you can see a square like shelf in the background on the wall. As a kid I had two of the exact same shelves, also with cars on and I’m pretty sure I still have them somewhere. Unfortunately I didn’t have either June or Jutka in my bedroom to accompany the shelves 🙂
Thanks to John W for sending this article over in his latest collection of June memorabilia.
A very nice rear view shot of Louise Worth as she poses on the ‘Hollywood’ set for Harrison Marks. GHM made two glamour films with Louise, No.E304, which was made on the ‘Four Poster’ set, and a second, No.E305 filmed on the ‘Hollywood’ set with another female model in March 1967. However, the two films, which were called ‘Jane’ and ‘Jane and Julie’, were not released until 1969/70 when Harrison Marks was running Maximus Films. Some more stills of Louise taken on the above ‘Hollywood’ set were published in Kamera No.89, the last issue.
Incidentally the two above films were also produced and published under various different names for European publication and published as Ekstase-Film E-304 – Jane und das Luxusbett (Jane & The Luxury Bed) and Ekstase-Film E-304 Jane Und Die Zofe (Jane & The Maid) both of which I have copies, although not in perfect condition. Finally, E304 made a third appearance as a film under the Fletcher Follies series with the title `Little Miss Crumpet`
A beautiful shot of a dusky beauty in front of a bamboo room divider from an original 10 by 8 print from the collection of John f that I recently scanned. The beauty in question seems to be 1960’s UK model Dania Faber (Montez) and not Gay Simmons. I have several prints of her from John plus I realized I had an original 35mm negative of her, but she’s dressed in that one.
A stunning shot of Dania with her small pert tits and slender body and what looks like a smooth pussy and she definitely looks to be of Indian descent. A big Thanks also to Tonal Range for point out it was Dania not Gay 🙂
The third post of the Good Girls Gone Bad set this time featuring a very sunny outlook. This is Karen by Edmund Leja posing outdoors and enjoying the sun on her naked body and hairy pussy with a very sweet smile. What members see is the bad side of Karen where she’s exposing a lot more of herself to the sun! Hope she put suntan cream on as you don’t want to burn those bits! Fabulous shot of another good girl gone bad 🙂
Diane Clare from Kamera No.4 P31 (1958) by Harrison Marks and a great shot of her posing against the bookshelf in his living room, that was used for many early shots of his models that appeared Kamera. Members of the site can also see a full copy of Kamera No.4 in the Full Magazines section here.
I’ve just been sent this fantastic bit of memorabilia from John W and couldn’t resist editing and posting it! It’s the November page of the 1983 calendar from Duplex Communications and features a fabulous shot of a mature June Palmer basking naked in the sun on the sea edge. I don’t know if this was actually taken in 83 or earlier, but it’s definitely a more mature June with fuller figure.
I remember seeing this type of calendar in workshops and garages back in the day, before it became sexist and started causing offence! They seemed to be everywhere and can remember there being several up around the garage workshop where my dad worked, plus a huge pile of discarded ones in the corner. Just imagine what those calendars would go for now, especially the good ones like Pirelli, Snap-on Tools and Dunlop. Oh for a time machine so I could go back and collect up all those discarded ones in a box to keep for now 🙂