Magazine Covers Featuring Margaret Nolan

Adam Vol.8 No.6 (June 1964)

Eve Vol.1 No.7 (June 1963)

Fling Vol.9 No.3 (July 1966)

French Follies Vol.1 No.2

Jem Vol.8 No.5 (Oct 1966)
Nugget (Sept 1966)

Parade (Sept 1964)

Pix Vol.2 No.2 (1966)
Scarlet Vol.1 No.1

Scarlet Vol.1 No.6

Shocking Stockings Vol.1 No.1
Showboat Vol.1 No.4

Solo No.27

Sugar Vol.1 No.2
Tip Top Vol.3 No.3

Trojan Vol.2 No.3

Kamera No.50

Kamera No.66

Man’s Favorite Pastime Vol.4 No.4

Best For Men No.20

Gaze (Feb?)

Beauty of the Month No.17

Midnight Vol.4 No.2

Limelight Vol.1 No.6

Folies De Paris Et De
 Hollywood No.373 Cover

Folies De Paris Et De
 Hollywood No.404 Cover

Amber No.29

Amber No.32

Just vicky




More covers will be added as I find them, but if you come across any others, please let me know 🙂

Magazine Covers Featuring Lorraine Burnett

Kamera No.4

Solo No.2

Beauty Bazaar

Bosomy Beauties No.15

Bosomy Beauties No.17

Kingsize Vol.2 No.3

Monsieur No.10

Panama Club Magazine No.1

Swedish Models

Line and Form No.20

Amber No.11

Amber No.16

QT No.13

QT No.41

QT No.52


More covers will be added as I find them, but if you come across any others, please let me know 🙂

Sophia Dawn

Sophia with her stunning Mediterranean appearance and beauty spot, appeared in various publications during the mid 1960’s, including various HM publications.

Real Name: Sophia Dawn
Modelling Aliases:
None
Measurements: 37-22-36  
Hair Colour (Natural): Brunette
Hair Colour (Dyed):
None.

Sophia Dawn Images

Sophia Dawn Covers

 
Magazines:
Ann (Harrison Marks Reprints)Bandit
Champagne. 2 Unnumbered Editions. (Harrison Marks Reprints)

Femme No.9
Girl Illustrated Vol.3 No.29
Kamera
No.56, 57, 58, 60, 69 & 73
Kamera Winter Special No.3 (1967)
Lenz No.2 
Mirage No.9. (Harrison Marks Reprints)
Pagan No.7.
(Harrison Marks Reprints)
Parade – Numerous
Sapphire
Solo No.39

Filmography:
Peeping Tom (1960)

Witches Brew (1960)
The Window Dresser (1961)
Naked as Nature Intended (1961)
The Day the Earth Caught Fire (1961)
The Chimney Sweeps (1963)
The Naked World of Harrison Marks (1966)
Legend of the Werewolf (1975) (uncredited) 

Glamour Films:
‘The Bare Truth’ & ‘Nature’s Intention’ with Molly Peters and Frankie Young.

Other Publications: 
She Walks in Beauty (1966) – Hardback book of Harrison Marks Studies 
 

Dawn Grayson

Dawn Grayson was one of the foremost models of the late Harrison Marks era. Described by Girl Illustrated as “a byword for professionalism”, she was immensely popular and featured in many publications, not just for Harrison Marks, but also a regular in Toco publications such as Span, Spick and Beautiful Britons. She allegedly got started in the glamour industry after posing for an advertising safety poster and also appeared in a series of advertisements for the Milk Marketing Board. Born as Catherine Sheddock in Ireland and married a Royston Kirkham in Luton in 1962 and won the title of Miss Luton in 1965.

The safety poster in question was taken by Harrison Marks himself and was used by the British Safety Council in 1964 and caused quite a stir, as documented here!

The document and others state in 1964, she was 22 years old and married to a car plant worker based in Luton, Bedfordshire and had an 11 month old son.  Various other magazines also refer to her wanting to move to America or having moved to America as her husband got a highly paid position in electronics.  Another article says she had been in the states for about a year in 1973 and continued her modelling career over there.

So, some things do seem to be true in part, she was married, he was a electronics engineer for a car plant and they moved to Maryland in America in 1970, plus they had at least one child, possibly a girl not a boy.  As to beyond that point, like many other models of that time the details become sketchy.

Real Name: Kay Kirkham
Date of Birth: 1942?
Modelling Aliases:
Carla Higgins, Kay Stevens (Stephens), Gail, Nelson, Dorothy Gregson, Dawn Gayson, Liza Martelle and Dane Grayson
Measurements: 37-24-36  
Eye Colour: Green
Hair Colour (Natural): Redhead
Height: 5ft 4in (1.62m)
Hair Colour (Dyed):
None, but modelled for Harrison Marks under the name Liza Martelle in a long blonde wig.
                                                            

 

Magazines:

Filmography: 

Other Publications:

Kamera Calendar 1965
Kamera Calendar 1966 – July
Kamera Calendar 1968 – Cover, January
Harrison Marks Calendar 1969 – February (As Liza Martelle)
 

Molly Peters

Molly Peters was a gorgeous and voluptuous British blonde bombshell actress and model who appeared in a handful of films and TV shows during her acting career in the mid 60s. Molly was born in 1942 in Walsham-le-Willows, Suffolk, England and started out as a model and she graced the covers of and posed in pictorials for many of the men’s magazine of that period. In her early modelling career she posed for HM and appeared in multiple issues of Kamera and other HM publications and glamour films.

Molly achieved her greatest enduring cult cinema popularity with her memorably and sensuous portrayal of Patricia Fearing, the fetching masseuse who gets seduced by James Bond at the Shrubland health club in “Thunderball.” She was discovered by director Terence Young and has the distinction of being the first Bond girl to be seen taking her clothes off on screen. In the wake of her 007 stint Peters acted in two more movies and popped up on episodes of the TV shows “Armchair Theatre” and “Baker’s Half-Dozen.”

Real Name: Molly Peters
Date of Birth: 1942
Modelling Aliases:
None
Measurements: 37-2437  Height: 5’6″
Eye Colour: Brown 
Hair Colour (Natural): Brown
Hair Colour (Dyed): None.

Molly Peters Images



Magazines:
Ann. (Harrison Marks reprints)
Bandit
Beau (US)
Beautiful Britons No.88
Breeze No.2
Champagne. 2 Unnumbered editions. (Harrison Marks reprints)
Fifi
Flirt ‘n Skirt 1
Flirt ‘n Skirt Extra (pt 2)
Folies de Paris et Hollywood (various issues)
Francoise. Harrison Marks reprints
Health & Efficiency – Various inc No.785 and Dec ’65 and Feb ’67 (Cover)
Kamera No.
50, 51, 52, 54, 60, 73 & 76
Men Only
Mirage No.9 (Harrison Marks reprints)
Modern Man (US)
Pagan No.7 (Harrison Marks reprints)
Parade – Numerous
Parade Carnival – June 1966
Parade/Escort June (Year Not Known)
QT No.60
Revue Nouvelle Sexie 
Sapphire
Sarah
She
Solo No.36
Topless c.1965

Filmography: 
Behind the Scenes with Thunderball (1995)
Don’t Raise the Bridge, Lower the River (1967) With Vicky Kennedy
Geheimnis der gelben Mönche, Das (1966)
Thunderball (1965)

Glamour Films: 
Making Hay – Kamera Cine Films (with Frankie Young)
As Nature Intended – Kamera Cine Films (with Frankie Young amd Sophia Dawn) 

Molly Peters
Brush with a Body
The Naked World of Harrison Marks

Other Publications: 
She Walks in Beauty (1966) – Hardback book of Harrison Marks Studies
Kamera Calendar 1965