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I, Maximus

George Harrison Marks began shooting his now-legendary series of 8mm ‘glamour’ films in Britain in the late-1950s. During the post-war years the ‘Harrison Marks’ brand became a byword for quality among nudie film connoisseurs and since his death, in 1997, his films have … Continue reading

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A Man Named Charlie Brown

If you say the name ‘Charlie Brown’ nowadays, depending on your age, you’ll either immediately think of the hapless boy hero in Charles M Schultz’ long-running newspaper strip, Peanuts, or a 2012 hit record by British band Coldplay. But during the 1960s and 1970s, ‘Charlie Brown’ had … Continue reading

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A Beginner’s Guide to Love

Experience magazine was a 1970s’ digest-sized, top-shelf publication, created as a cheeky competitor to the more intellectual Forum. The latter title marketed itself as Britain’s first ‘couples-friendly’ porn magazine and boasted the rather grand strapline, ‘The International Journal of Human Relations’. Whereas Forum … Continue reading

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A capricious beauty…

Prior to her career-changing meeting with publisher David Sullivan, in the early-1970s Mary happily ‘did the rounds’ of London-based photographers who sold her pictures to a variety of publications such as Beautiful Britons, Janus, Sexpert and New Direction. During this … Continue reading

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