The beautiful Kay Fitzsimmonds by Harrison Marks. Kay appeared on cover of Kamera No.29 and also in No.27, 38, 42, 43, 44, 52, 57, 64 & No.87. Most of the shots from the above set seem to appear in No.27 and No.29, although I’ve not found this shot?
A stunning profile view of Kay on the loft set, with lots of props in the shot. It still doesn’t deflect from Kay’s body and a hint of smooth pussy 🙂
I always like it when I find a shot of a model in Kamera and also have the original negative. Virginia Green from the introduction page of Kamera No.33 (1960).
Followed by the original of Virginia stood posing in the studio by Harrison Marks. A fabulous sexy sultry look and such curves, as I love the curve of her hips and not forgetting the smooth uncensored view down below showing off those prominent lips! 😉
I have no idea who this classic beauty is posing for Harrison Marks in the studio? What a fabulous pose and view of this model and her naked body from the master. Perfect lighting to show off the slender curves and small tits of this beauty.
Back to the normal classic posts for now 😉
Another stunning shot of Barbara Halks taken on the set of ‘Eastern Exchange’ by Harrison Marks. Leaning across a pouf we get a great view of her figure and a hint of hairy pussy. I love that chain belt as it adds a certain something to the overall shot, giving it a slave like quality 🙂
An original still of Clyda Rosen and co-stars on the set of the Harrison Marks 1973 glamour film ‘Dolly Mixture’. They seem to be getting to grips with Clyda and getting more than a mouthful.
Dolly Mixture is another of those later GHM films that were shot both in a full colour hardcore version for the overseas market. A week later they shot a black and white softcore version for the British market. This shot comes from the softcore version, along with over 80 other original negatives I’ve acquired 🙂
The lucky man getting to eat Clyda’s hairy pussy is “Short Jack Gold”. Clyda got so carried away filming the softcore version that the simulated sex ended up being the real thing. It sure doesn’t look that simulated to me in this shot 😉