Mary Millington – More Than a Smile!

Just seen a reminder that it would have been Mary Millington’s birthday today and that she would have been 72! So it seems appropriate to do a MM post and I just love this shot of her posing in black stockings and a WPC hat! Nothing really risque about this particular shot, but I just love her smile 🙂

M is for Mary Millington (Xmas Calendar)

Another appearance on this blog for Mary Millington, although unlike some of my other favourite models she can legitimately be here! Mary’s career is well known and documented, including one of her most famous and successful films ‘Come Play with Me’, filmed by non other than Harrison Marks. There are other links to Mary and GHM over her career, so I thought I’d share an image of her here, not the normal stuff rather a tasteful semi dressed shot, as the other stuff can come later.

Another titbit I’ve just found out whilst looking on the Mary Millington website. The fictitious ‘Bovington Manor’ in Come Play with Me was used by Harrison Marks to shoot scenes for his film, The Nine Ages of Nakedness in 1968 and eight years later to film Come Play with Me and it’s literally two miles down the road from where I live! Now a manor hotel it’s still open for business and a little piece of GHM history I didn’t realize was on my own doorstep!

Mary Millington – It’s a Fair Cop!

Ah, the number of cop or truncheon jokes I could have used for the title of this post were endless! Mary Millington posing in a non standard WPC uniform, possibly from the 1978 film ‘The Playbirds’ that followed in the footsteps of the 1977 film ‘Come Play with Me’ that was written and directed by non other than Harrison Marks. So now I have a valid reason to post some MM shots on this site, but I’ve still not decided if I’ll publish any of the more explicit shots of her yet, unless anyone has a preference either way?  If you want to see more of Mary I have posted several of her in the past over on my Tumblr

Another indirect link to Harrison Marks was that Mary at one point was on the books of Strobe Studios under the management of June Palmer 🙂