When Danielle Met Gerry!

Two shots of Danielle Denese helping Gerry Brown get undressed taken by Terry Sparks Russell Gay. Danielle has the more classic white underwear and stockings, whereas Gerry has gone for something a little more daring and sexy with a sheer underwear set, although Danielle seems intent on seeing everything by removing Gerry’s underwear! These shots appeared in the 1960’s Glamour Book and unfortunately are the only two from this set that I have seen, but I’d love to have seen the full set and where this strip ended up?

Update: Thanks to Terry for letting us know it was him that took these fabulous shots not Russell Gay and that they taken in November 1968 at the flat of Danielle’s boyfriend. Always good to get some context around shots like these 🙂

Sleepy Time Gal (Video)

The only Dawn Grayson glamour film I have a copy of, which is a shame, but still worth showing as you get to see her lying on a bed and then stripping in some form of dream sequence. This was one of the later glamour films by Harrison Marks under the Kamera Cine Films banner and was produced in 8mm black and white film in 1967 under the film number E.16.

*This film is copyright George Harrison Marks Enterprises Limited

Anna’s Fireside Strip!

Anna Verdi in four restored 35mm slides of her doing a strip in front of a fire place. My favourites are the first two shots, as these give you a great front and back view of Anna. Especially the second shot of her lovely round arse as she drops her knickers, also loving the leopardskin patterned underwear and the tan stockings.

Jayne Tracey (Video)

Time for another glamour film from the Harrison Marks library and this is another from the Kamera Cine Film collection. This is Kamera Cine Film No.37 titled and featuring ‘Jayne Tracey’, a 50 ft. black and white film taken in 1963. Compared to some of GHM’s earlier and later films it’s very simple, there is no scene or story to it, just Jayne posing before the camera as she strips out of her underwear. Simple but effective

The film is missing the opening credits, but is complete apart from that and is very good quality considering it’s age, but no sound on this one again, which is how it would have been watching it back then.

*This film is copyright George Harrison Marks Enterprises Limited