A great uncensored shot of Jayne Tracey posing against the pole on the spaceship set and photographed by Harrison Marks. From an original negative scanned and sent over by Kevin, looks like she’s about to do a pole dance and I’d pay to see that! She was also very neat and tidy down below, very little for the censors to retouch 🙂
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The start of a small set of 5 images of Jayne Tracey from my own 35mm negative collection. This set has Jayne posing in a little black sheer negligee and has her sat in this comfy chair as well as posing at a dressing table in different poses. No nudity in these shots as you can clearly see her black underwear below the sheer negligee, but I suppose there may be later shots to this set where things come off to reveal more of Jayne, unfortunately I haven’t seen any! A great start to the set with this shot and captures the feel of a 1960’s boudoir really well, with more to come soon and loving the silver shoes!
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Time for another glamour film from the Harrison Marks library and this is another from the Kamera Cine Film collection. This is Kamera Cine Film No.37 titled and featuring ‘Jayne Tracey’, a 50 ft. black and white film taken in 1963. Compared to some of GHM’s earlier and later films it’s very simple, there is no scene or story to it, just Jayne posing before the camera as she strips out of her underwear. Simple but effective
The film is missing the opening credits, but is complete apart from that and is very good quality considering it’s age, but no sound on this one again, which is how it would have been watching it back then.
*This film is copyright George Harrison Marks Enterprises Limited
Jayne Tracey on the cover of 1960’s glamour magazine ‘Bounce’. Loving all the ‘Mr T’ gold chains round her neck and the massive hair!
Jayne Tracey coming down the staircase of Ewhurst Manor from Kamera No.51 (1963). I’m not sure if it’s the angle of the shot from below, but it looks like Jayne is either holding her chin up or maybe something caught her eye and is looking back up the stairs.