Rita Landre (Pamela Green) posing on the Parisian Alley Set by Harrison Marks. I’ve published several shots of Pam as Rita in this location here, but think it is great shot of her in the pink corset and fishnets.
This shot is even better as it’s in colour, so you get to see Rita/Pam in vivid colour.
A beautiful shot of a smiling unknown model from a 35mm colour slide sent over by Paul from Firebird Records. Such a great smile from this model as she sits atop a fireplace mantal showing off her body. I’d guess the shot was taken late 1960’s or early 70’s based on the full bush on show between the open legs and taken at Scottlee studios in London.
No idea who the model is unless someone can ID her? The shot also has a Georgian feel to it with the wallpaper in the background and the choker she is wearing.
Thanks to Paul from Firebird for sending over this shot and several others and he’s currently selling several sets of 35mm slides over on eBay.
Another restored 35mm colour Esquire slide from my collection. This time none other than Lorraine Burnett sat on a chequered background by Russell Gay. This would have typically appeared in either QT or Model by Russell Gay, but no idea if it did?
A great shot of Lorraine’s curvy and busty figure as she sits cross legged, naked and wearing a long blonde wig.
Lisa Martelle or as we know her, Dawn Grayson by Harrison Marks at Lily Place studio’s probably mid 1960’s. The blonde wig was worn when she appeared under the Lisa pseudonym and she first appeared around 1964.
Posing on a sofa in GHM’s office we see a fabulous view of Dawn’s slender figure and one small tit. Yes I’d class these as small tits 🙂
Rita Landre (Pamela Green) posing on the Parisian Alley Set by Harrison Marks. I’ve published several shots of Pam as Rita in this location here, but think it is one of my favourite sets of her as Rita.
This shot is even better as it’s in colour, so you get to see Rita in vivid colour. I love the smoke in the shot and all the Parisian posters, which again look much better in colour, as does that glorious figure of Rita/Pam 😉