Suzi Shane posing on a rack in the dungeon set by Harrison Marks. Most of the shots of Suzi posing on the dungeon set appeared in Kamera No.84 (1967) including a very similar colour shot to this one on the cover. I’ve previously posted a more revealing uncensored shot of Suzi from the same set here, but this shot has her ripped skirt just covering her bits!
An original image of Suzi Shane taken by Harrison Marks posing on a chair with one leg up! Not the most elegant of shots and I always think that the short hair on Suzi gives her quite a harsh look, as other shots I’ve posted of her with longer hair seem to suit her better?
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An original shot of Suzi Shane on the dungeon set by Harrison Marks, posing with what I think is part of a ‘rack’ or winch mechanism? Either way it was probably used as part of some form of torture! Despite that a great uncensored original of Suzi and her full luscious bush!
Thanks again to Kevin for sharing this great shot of Suzi
An uncensored shot of American model Suzi Shane in all her magnificence! Taken in Harrison Mark’s flat, Suzi only posed for him over a two week period in March 1967, but in that time she posed in several locations for him including the Hollywood and Dungeon sets. Nice Lava Lamp next to her, would love to have seen this shot in colour!
Found on eBay a great shot of Suzi Shane by Harrison Marks on the living room set at Lily Place Studio’s around 1967. I’m not sure if this is the full shot as it seems to be quite wide, so possibly cropped? Either way a great top view of Suzi and loving the waist and curve of the hips in this shot.
Suzi was one of the later batch of models to appear in Kamera towards the end of its run and she appeared in Kamera No.82 and No.84 (Cover), where she appears with shorter hair and on the dungeon set. She also starred in Solo No.56.
The above shot was taken on the living room set at Lily Place Studio’s around 1967. The long negligee/gown is a very familiar one and worn by many of the models at some point, but probably most recognisable when worn by Monique Devereux. Another uncensored shot from the pages of Nature’s Intention Vol.1 No.1 ‘A Series of Natural Art Studies’.