Pamela Green

Phyllis Pamela Green (28 March 1929 – 7 May 2010) was an English glamour model and actress, best known at the end of the 1950s and early 1960s.wikipedia
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Zoltán Glass

She modeled for Zoltán Glass and his brother Stephen Glass, Horace Roye, Jean Straker, Bill Brandt, Joan Craven, Bertram Park, George Pickow, and John Everard. Early in her career, while still at art college, Pamela Green was photographed by Bill Brandt, Zoltán Glass and Angus McBean.
Pamela Green was one of his regular models.

Glamour photography

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Phyllis Pamela Green (28 March 1929 – 7 May 2010) was an English glamour model and actress, best known at the end of the 1950s and early 1960s.
The "British Queen of Curves" in the 1950s and early sixties was Pamela Green.

John Everard (photographer)

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She modeled for Zoltán Glass and his brother Stephen Glass, Horace Roye, Jean Straker, Bill Brandt, Joan Craven, Bertram Park, George Pickow, and John Everard.
The book Second Sitting included photographs of a young Pamela Green.

George Pickow

She modeled for Zoltán Glass and his brother Stephen Glass, Horace Roye, Jean Straker, Bill Brandt, Joan Craven, Bertram Park, George Pickow, and John Everard.
His photographs depict many musical artists, ranging from Louis Armstrong, Little Richard, and Theodore Bikel, to Pete Seeger and Judy Collins, as well as visual artists such as Edward Hopper and the model Pamela Green.

Bertram Park

She modeled for Zoltán Glass and his brother Stephen Glass, Horace Roye, Jean Straker, Bill Brandt, Joan Craven, Bertram Park, George Pickow, and John Everard.
One of his models was the 1950s glamour model Pamela Green.

Naked as Nature Intended

Green appeared in the nudist film Naked as Nature Intended (1961), released in the United States as As Nature Intended, written and directed by Marks.
Naked as Nature Intended (released in the United States under the title As Nature Intended) is a 1961 British nudist film produced and directed by George Harrison Marks and starring Pamela Green.

Nudity in film

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Green appeared in the nudist film Naked as Nature Intended (1961), released in the United States as As Nature Intended, written and directed by Marks.
In the same year, in England, Harrison Marks released Naked as Nature Intended which starred Pamela Green and was a box office success (Marks soon went to make softcore pornographic and caning/spanking fetish films.)

This Week (1956 TV programme)

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In 1964 she appeared in an episode of This Week.
In September 1958, This Week filmed George Harrison Marks and Pamela Green at their photography studio in Gerrard Street.

Harrison Marks

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In 1955 Luxor Press published a pictorial monograph on Green featuring the photographs of George Harrison Marks, entitled Pamela.
The model and actress Pamela Green was performing as a dancer in a 1952 revue called Paris to Piccadilly, a version of the Folies Bergère in London.

Peeping Tom (film)

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Her first film appearance was in Michael Powell's psychological thriller Peeping Tom (1960).
Pamela Green, then a well-known glamour model in London, was cast in the role of Milly, one of Lewis's victims, who appears nude onscreen in the moments leading up to her murder scene.

Angus McBean

Early in her career, while still at art college, Pamela Green was photographed by Bill Brandt, Zoltán Glass and Angus McBean.
In 1952 he photographed Pamela Green as Botticelli's Venus, with David Ball his boyfriend as Zephyrus.

David McGillivray (screenwriter)

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In 1992 she wrote the foreword to David McGillivray's book Doing Rude Things, which was reprinted in 2017.
Pamela Green wrote the foreword.

Douglas Webb

Green continued to model for her then partner the photographer Douglas Webb. Her third partner was the photographer Douglas Webb, a former war hero of the Dambusters raid, with whom Green lived with until his death in December 1996.
He first used Pamela Green, his future partner, as a nude model in 1948.

Horace Roye

She modeled for Zoltán Glass and his brother Stephen Glass, Horace Roye, Jean Straker, Bill Brandt, Joan Craven, Bertram Park, George Pickow, and John Everard.

Jean Straker

She modeled for Zoltán Glass and his brother Stephen Glass, Horace Roye, Jean Straker, Bill Brandt, Joan Craven, Bertram Park, George Pickow, and John Everard.

Bill Brandt

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She modeled for Zoltán Glass and his brother Stephen Glass, Horace Roye, Jean Straker, Bill Brandt, Joan Craven, Bertram Park, George Pickow, and John Everard. Early in her career, while still at art college, Pamela Green was photographed by Bill Brandt, Zoltán Glass and Angus McBean.

Kingston upon Thames

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Born in Kingston upon Thames, Surrey, England on 28 March 1929, Green attended Saint Martin's School of Art; she started figure modelling to pay for her art school studies and moved on to photographic modelling because it paid more.

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Born in Kingston upon Thames, Surrey, England on 28 March 1929, Green attended Saint Martin's School of Art; she started figure modelling to pay for her art school studies and moved on to photographic modelling because it paid more.

England

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Born in Kingston upon Thames, Surrey, England on 28 March 1929, Green attended Saint Martin's School of Art; she started figure modelling to pay for her art school studies and moved on to photographic modelling because it paid more.

Saint Martin's School of Art

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Born in Kingston upon Thames, Surrey, England on 28 March 1929, Green attended Saint Martin's School of Art; she started figure modelling to pay for her art school studies and moved on to photographic modelling because it paid more.

Michael Powell

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Her first film appearance was in Michael Powell's psychological thriller Peeping Tom (1960).

Operation Chastise

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Her third partner was the photographer Douglas Webb, a former war hero of the Dambusters raid, with whom Green lived with until his death in December 1996.

Isle of Wight

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At first they lived in a Victorian villa on the Isle of Wight and in 1993 they moved to Yarmouth, where Green was a member of the Yarmouth Women's Institute.