A scan of an original lobby card for the 1966 film ‘The Naked World of Harrison Marks’. I recently bought a full set of these lobby cards that would have appeared in the foyer of cinema’s showing the film. Considering the age and usage of these cards they are in excellent condition, but I’ve obviously tidied them up slightly.
I used to collect old lobby cards a while back from some of my old favourite films such as The Great Escape, Leon, Bond Films and others. As you can imaging getting hold of them wasn’t easy or cheap, but now I have a few more to add to the collection.
From the set of 5 this has to be one of my favourites, not only does it feature Harrison Marks, but probably typifies his life as a photographer and how he auditioned his models. You can just imagine him asking his models to strip and show off their body as he looks on with a similar look on his face. The views he must have witnessed from his casting couch 😉
Another June and another shot from a set of June Russell on the familiar ‘casting’ couch. Unlike the other shots here, she seems to have discarded all clothing in this shot. Everything seems have have been removed apart from the strategically placed pillow 😉
The elegant lines and form of Nancy Roberts posing on a bed from a restored silver gelatin photo. Nancy always looks so poised in the these photos and this is no exception as she poses showing off her long neck, beautiful face and earrings, as well as being topless 🙂
The silver casting couch makes another appearance, but this time with the delectable Nancy Roberts posing on it. Whoever took the shots sure liked that couch and I have about 15 shots of Nancy in different stages of undress on it, from nearly dressed to naked! Nancy liked those bangles as well, as she’s seen wearing them in several other sets as well.
Two restored silver gelatin photo’s of June Russell posing on the casting couch in black panties and heels from the late 1950’s. These come from the same set as these shots, also of June on the casting couch and thanks to John from Oxxbridge Galleries for these superb shots of June.