Thanks to member JAS, who sent through these brilliant shots of June Palmer from the 8mm cine film of ‘Calamity June’. This was by Arthur Howell under the Strobe Films banner and was Strobe Films No.1 and these shots were 90mm square still prints made by Strobe back in the 1960’s to publicise the film. A fabulous set of 6 prints (members see all) of June posing at the saloon bar, slowly losing parts of her flimsy cowgirl outfit! JAS has around 25 of these 90mm square prints from Calamity June, Danger Girl and June in Orbit. of which I have the Danger Girl set to also publish 🙂
Gwen Ford in just black stockings and high heels posing on a sheepkin rug from a couple of restored 35mm slides at Strobe Studios. I assume it’s Strobe as the second shot shows several June Palmer prints on the wall, either that or the studio was a big fan of June, but I think it was Strobe? Two great shots of Gwen with her hair up, if still slightly pink after restoration and nice electric fire in both shots 🙂
June Palmer as Joanna Kent (Long blonde wig) in the studio posing nude as she sits on a chair backwards. A beautifully posed shot and she sure knows how to put a chair to good use when posing for a shot! Taken at Strobe Studio’s this set including the orange curtains has appeared in other June shots along with various other models.
As the title indicates there is pretty much something for everyone in this original image of June Palmer. Taken by Itsgardin at Strobe Studio’s in 1983, we get a shot of June wearing fishnets, low cut bra, high heels and skirt. The composition of the shot gives a great up skirt view of June flasing her sheer panties and allowing us to see her full hairy pussy beneath.
The look on her face with finger in her mouth, gives her a look of a naughty school girl! I love this shot, but can’t quite work out if she’s also wearing a wig?
Thanks to JAS, who sent through this brilliant scan of June from the box image of the 8mm cine film of ‘Calamity June’. This was by Arthur Howell under the Strobe Films banner and was Strobe Films No.1 and the colour 8mm version. JAS also sent through a complete scan of the box as well, but it needs some tidying up, so will post that later, but I wanted to share the image now. A superb shot of Junr in cowboy hat and gun holster, but be careful you don’t shoot too soon 😉