Below is the centre page article from Parade and Blighty, Saturday 27 Feb 1960. no. 1055. It is essentially a bit of publicity for Michael Powell’s film Peeping Tom in which Pamela had a part. I’ve transcribed the text for ease of use below. Interestingly, the article says Pam was Continue Reading
On October 4th the Regent Street Cinema, in London, will be hosting The Soho A Go Go Film Festival. It will be a chance to see such films as Primitive London, Rattle of a Simple Man and Peeping Tom on the big screen. The screening of Peeping Tom will be Continue Reading
The Italian artist Emanuele Taglietti worked as set designer on numerous films, including Federico Fellini’s Juliet of the Spirits (1965) and Marco Ferreri’s L’Harem (1967). In 1973 he became a comic book cover artist for the Italian publisher Edifumetto, working on such titles as titles Playcolt, La Poliziotta and Vampirissimo Continue Reading
This picture from 1958 was entitled “Probably the most widely seen eye in the world.” The eye belonged to the Mayor of Chelsea’s mace bearer and featured in posters and publicity for Michael Powell’s ill-fated film Peeping Tom, which more or less ended the director’s UK career. The photo is Continue Reading
A couple of Italian posters for Michael Powell’s classic British film Peeping Tom (1960), in which Pamela Green starred as Milly. Nice to see her name on a poster for once. Peeping Tom is available to buy from Amazon.
Here is a three-page comic adaptation, of the scene in which Pamela Green gets murdered in Peeping Tom. It first appeared in the Italian magazine Diva: Cinema 1951 – 1965. The strip accompanied the article Dalla parte del mostro PEEPING TOM (1960) and was published back in 1989. I’m afraid I Continue Reading
The poster, for the US release of Michael Powell’s film Peeping Tom (1960), panders towards the exploitation B-movie genre far more than the UK poster. It’s also a lot rarer. Peeping Tom is available to buy from Amazon. SaveSave
Fitzrovianoir: guided walk Paul Willetts, Cathi Unsworth and Garry Hunter Saturday 2 April, Rathbone Place W1, 2 pm Meet outside The Marquis of Granby Walk lasts 2 hours FREE EVENT Fitzrovian historian, author of North Soho 999 and Fear and Loathing in Fitzrovia: The Biography of Julian Maclaren-Ross, as well as Continue Reading
To celebrate its 50th anniversary, Peeping Tom is back in cinemas from November 19th. Catch it on the big screen while you can. Available on DVD from Amazon.
Toby Jones marks the 50th anniversary of the notorious British horror film Peeping Tom and examines the effect of this disturbing tale of ‘glamour photographer turned serial killer’ on the careers of two people – the director Michael Powell and real-life glamour photographer George Harrison Marks. Unfortunately no longer on Continue Reading