A great shot of Elizabeth Flynn sat on a desktop at Ewhurst Manor in black gloves and heels and fishnet tights. Elizabeth hasn’t appeared much on here due to a lack of good images, but this is a wonderful shot of her and her figure and perky tits! Not sure who took the shot, but not sure if it was Harrison Marks.
Another couple of photo’s from Edmund Leja that shows a sweet looking girl posing demurely dressed at the start of the set, but as the sets progress it’s obvious that things aren’t as sweet or innocent as they seem.
This is Cynthia Brennan by Edmund Leja, who looks very sweet and innocent posing on the bed smiling in the first image, but soon shows us a lot more of what lies beneath that smile in the second shot that members see! She obviously was very young when these shots were taken, as there are two test shots of her holding up her driving licence proving her age, which is shown to be just 18! All I can say is that’s one developed 18 year old when you see all of her 🙂
It doesn’t get much better than this shot of Pamela Green and Marie Deveraux posing together for Harrison Marks and in colour! An absolutely fabulous shot of Pam and Marie posing on the Dressing Room set with Marie kneeling in a tin bath soaping herself.
This shot comes from the original colour negative sent over by Simon from his extensive collection of Pamela Green negatives and needed very little restoration or colour correction to it. Taken in the late 1950’s it features Pam with long red hair, although I believe that her hair was red it was short, so that may be a hair extension in this shot? What more to say than I love this shot and great to see Pam and Marie together in a shot other than the early shots of them in the original Kamera on location book 🙂
I have several sets of different models from the 1970’s by Edmund Leja, Larry Caye and others that show sweet looking girls posing demurely dressed or topless at the start of the sets, but as the sets progress it’s obvious these sweet young things aren’t as innocent as they look! So I thought I’d start a few posts of these sets entitle ‘Good Girls Gone Bad’ highlighting both the good and bad side of these girls!
First up is Kathy Willings by Edmund Leja, who looks very sweet and innocent in the first image, but soon shows her true colours and much more for the camera towards the end of the set. Members can see the full spread of Kathy that leaves nothing to the imagination and makes you wonder how Edmund managed to persuade these girls to do such things!
More ‘Good Girls Gone Bad’ coming soon 😉
A beautifully restored shot of Diane Hedges posing amongst the flower blossom in white. This shot is from a 35mm colour slide that had the usual red tinge to it, but I was able to recover the colours. Regardless of the colour it’s a wonderful shot of Diane and I love the white sheer top and panties and that smile! I’d put this slide at somewhere between the late 1950’s or very early 60’s, but hard to tell as Diane tends to look the same in all the shots I have.
A young Margaret Nolan posing nude from the pages of Coral No.64. It also looks like she is wearing a long blonde wig to me and is consistent with some of her other early appearances in Amber and QT, plus a shot from this same set was published in ELF magazine here
I couldn’t resist this shot of Sissi Mississippi when I saw it as it just grabs your attention. I just love the pose and the way she is stood on tiptoes stretched out showing off her figure and that big natural pussy. In the information I have about Sissi it states she was a European model and unlike other models refused to shave off the bush for anyone, can’t blame her it is quite magnificent. Also the more I look at shots of her the more I’m convinced it’s a wig she’s wearing and she probably wasn’t European at all! That GHM was always messing with names and locations for his models 🙂
A beautiful shot of Anna Verdi from Coral No.54 by Russell Gay posing in the garden in black panties. Wonderful shot of another favourite and I sometimes forget to look through my magazine collection for shots such as this as I tend to focus on the prints and negatives I have, as the quality is better. I’ll try and remember to post a few more from the magazine collection 🙂