The iconic Pamela Green by Harrison Marks, wearing a long fur lined cloak, open just enough to reveal what lies beneath. One of my top 10 images of Pam and this shot in a cropped version also appears in the Nostalgia Publications magazine “Just Pamela Green”.
I have to say I prefer this full length version better, and it comes direct from the negative. Pam was also posing on the Dungeon set, which was used in various shoots, including Witches Brew.
The iconic Pamela Green by Harrison Marks wearing a long fur lined cloak opened to reveal what lies beneath. Pam was also posing on the Dungeon set, which was used in various shoots, including Witches Brew.
A very warming view of Pam and her perfect curves to enjoy on a cold, dark day ;
The elegant model known as Frieda by Serge Jacques. This shot comes from a set of contact sheets of Frieda posing in and out of the coat in stockings and suspenders. A very sexy and classy set of Frieda, although she does show more in other sets as well.
She has to be one of my favourite European/Serge Jacques models and I have several sets of her 🙂
A colourful rear view of Hanna Viek. This could have been a Harrison Marks shot, as it looks to be on the loft set, but unverified. A great smile and great view of Hanna’s big tits and bottom. A much more tasteful shot than some of Hanna’s later work 😉
Back to basics with the cover of Solo No.20 (1961) featuring none other than the fabulous Pamela Green. Photographed and produced by Harrison Marks these magazines were dedicated entirely to his most popular models and Pam was without a doubt his earliest and most popular model, so much so that she appears twice in Solo, once as herself and once as her alter-ego Rita Landre.
The cover itself is a stunning shot of Pam posing on the witches coven set with her long fur cape draped open to reveal her exquisite body beneath 🙂
Not a GHM model as far as I’m aware but still a stunning vintage beauty from the Carnival Annual 1956 and shot by West End Photo’s, but model and photographer unknown. I just love the classic 1950’s hairstyle combined with the red lipstick and draped fur coat. A classic vintage glamour beauty.
Thanks to John I now have a further two complete sets of scanned Kamera calendars for both 1968 and 1969! The penultimate and last calendars produced and starring some of my favourite later models, include of course Dawn Grayson, June Palmer and Julie Collins.
We start with the cover of the 1969 calendar featuring Dawn Grayson cuddling a snowman on festive set. This was probably part of the photo shoot that appeared in the 1967 Kamera Winter Special, where I have already publish 3 shots of Dawn on the same set.
Thanks to John W for again scanning and sending copies of these calendars, as it is always appreciated by me for the time and effort he takes to do this for the site.
If you’d not guessed I’m having a Pamela day and the different aliases that she posed under or hair colours she used. Here we have probably the most familiar and iconic view of Pam with her long blonde hair that she was more synonymous with later in her career. A beautiful view of her blonde locks and figure in this show on the witches coven set from ‘Just Pamela Green’.
A wonderful festive shot of Dawn Grayson as today’s Xmas Cracker, posing on the festive set again and looking as stunning as ever as she poses with the familiar fur coat. This comes from the Kamera Winter Special (1967)