This must come close to one of my all time favourite shots of June Palmer as she got older. The pose as she looks over her shoulder and slowly lowers her knickers, along with the great outline of her figure … wonderful one might say!
Thanks again to John for sharing such a beautiful shot!
Note: This is an original image and subject to this copyright notice, but can be shared as long as the image remains unaltered and this website is acknowledged as the source.
Pamela Green from Men Only Magazine, Vol.39 No.5 (May 1974)
There were other images of Pam, but this was the only nude photo in the issue which accompanied an interview with Pamela that the magazine ran. The photo was probably taken by Doug Webb, her partner at the time and obviously a good photographer himself. At 44 when this shot was probably taken Pamela is still looking as good as ever and still knows how to hold a pose!
I’ll try and get hold of the other images and interview, so I can publish the complete set and article, but thanks go to Simon T for providing the original scan above.
So as promised the full version of ‘Brides in the Bath’, well part 1 anyway, as I needed to keep the file size down for hosting!
This film was based loosely around the true life story of serial killer and bigamist George Joseph Smith. I won’t bore you with the details, but if your interested in the real story there is a link here
The story behind this film … Arthur Howell was hired to shoot a musical version of the Brides in the Bath story by someone whose name might have been Moscowicz. The details about who wanted this film are sketchy as the notes made at the time were destroyed in a fire. Fortunately the film itself survived. Harry Roy was to have written the music, but he died before shooting started, but the film was shot silent anyway. As Roy died on 1st February 1971, the film must have been shot at some point after this. Arthur was never paid, so he hung onto the film until he sold it to my contact John W around 1985. He put together the film as best he could, but the film bears very little resemblance to the real story.
So how did I come by this film? I saw a brief clip ‘June The Newlywed’ on YouTube posted by John and mailed him to ask permission to use the short clip being a June Palmer fan. John kindly replied saying I could use the clip and then offered me the full film and the history of the film as described above. Great I thought, an unseen June Palmer film to share, but I nearly fell of my chair when I watched the full version! Not only does it start June Palmer, but a number of other well known models of that time including Teri Martine, Dawn Grayson, Jayne Tracey and others I have as of yet been unable to identify. The highlights for me? The Dawn Grayson & June Palmer bath scenes of course!
Waitress/Maid (Teri Martine)
Mistress/2nd Wife (Dawn Grayson)
For those wanting to skip through things Teri Martine starts at 7 minutes and Dawn Grayson at 17 minutes
So I leave you to enjoy part 1, with part 2 coming soon! In the meantime can anyone identify the other models or the real name of George? If so please do let me know?
P.S. If the video fails at any point, do let me know 🙂
Note: This is an original video and subject to this copyright notice.
After posting a recent video clip of June Palmer the Newlywed, John W was kind enough to send me his full version of ‘Brides in the Bath’, which runs to nearly an hour long! Anyway I’m currently working out a way to get the whole thing hosted so I can publish it.
In the meantime as a test a little clip from it, with June taking a bath (contains some nudity if easily offended!)
Usual disclaimer applies – If you wish to share this clip, then please ask or link back to this original, otherwise it will be removed!