A scan from an original 35mm colour slide in my collection of Toni Austin. Not a model I’d come across before, but liked the image so bought the slide. The red curtain background is used again and I love the lighting and shadows across Toni’s body in the shot. Toni has a great figure, especially that smooth raised mound fully on show. Another model with rather a pronounced scar down one side, probably from an appendectomy from it’s position?
The slide itself was a Kodachrome transparency and No.22 of the set and dated October 1965. Unfortunately this was the only one I managed to get from the set 🙁
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 heard the sad news today that Marie Deveraux passed away at the end of last year (30th December 2019). Marie real name Patricia Sutcliffe was one of the first models to became a regular and very popular nude model in magazines during the late 1950’s. She had a brief career in cinema, usually as a sexy girl in comedies, dramas and horror films and appeared in several Hammer Horror films including “The Brides of Dracula” (1960) and was Elizabeth Taylor’s stand-in in Cleopatra (1963)
Marie was one of the original group of models that posed for Harrison Marks in the late 1950’s for his Kamera publication and appeared in many of the early editions including the covers of No.2, No.5, No.10 and No.14. She was also one of three models that went to the Isles of Scilly in 1959, along with Pamela Green and Lorraine Burnett and featured throughout the original ‘Kamera on Location’.
A true glamour model legend 🙁
An absolutely stunning shot of Marie Deveraux in the studio by Harrison Marks and one that shows off her uncensored beauty at it’s best! Such wonderful curves and a perfectly smooth mound, which would have helped the censors hide such a view for publication, shame!
I published this shot of Madeline Collinson by Harrison Marks back in 2014, but that was a scan of a very poor print and things have moved on since then. Now I have the original negative plus a few more, so thought it was time to update the image with a much crisper and cleaner shot. A much better view of Madeline’s figure and smooth neat mound as she poses in the grounds of Ewhurst Manor 🙂