Here’s a bit of info on Douglas Webb — Pam’s partner. I will be expanding on Doug’s Dambuster days at a later point so keep a lookout. Douglas was born 12 September 1922 in Leytonstone, London. He worked for Ilford then the London News Agency in Fleet Street as a Continue Reading
I can now confirm that The Vintage Festival 2010 will be screening Michael Powell’s Peeping Tom plus a selection of Pam’s short films, on a vintage cinema bus. How cool is that? The bus was one of seven units custom-built for the British government in the late 1960s, used to promote Continue Reading
Spielplatz, the nudist camp featured in Naked As Nature Intended is having a special screening of the film on 20th August 2010. Contact the club if you want to go. Our book Naked As Nature Intended: The Epic Tale of a Nudist Picture is available to purchase from our shop.cx
If you’ve not checked out Gavin Whitaker’s blog I suggest you do. Lots of great stuff on Harrison Marks and Pamela Green buried amongst all the movie reviews. gavcrimson.blogspot.com
This Friday at 4 pm Radio 4’s Last Word will be featuring Pamela Green. Last Word will be speaking to her friend Sylvia Sibbick, to the writer and critic Matthew Sweet and to yours truly. If you miss it, it will be available on iPlayer.
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Pamela Green first met George Harrison Marks in 1953. George was a theatrical photographer and they met in connection with Pamela’s role in Bernard Delfont’s Folies Bergere which was running at the Prince of Wales Theatre at the time. It was Pamela who persuaded George to try his hand at Continue Reading
I’m deeply saddened to report the death of Pamela Green. Her membership to the great nudist camp in the sky has been approved. She passed away on Friday 7th May 2010. It was a joy and a privilege to have been her friend. Obituaries The Daily Telegraph The Guardian The Independent