Submitted by Name: toni harrison-kahn From: Soho London now Brighton East Sussex. E-mail: Contact
Comments: I worked in the Harrison-Marks Studios in Soho London and knew both George and Pam very well. Two lovely generous people who will be sadly missed. Having been living abroad only just found out that Pam has passed away...
I knew Duggie too when he had his studio in Soho and worked for him for a short while.
All will be missed...
R.I.P. my dear friend
Added: May 14, 2013
Submitted by Name: David Lea From: Lancashire E-mail: Contact
Comments: Sic transit gloria mundi
Added: December 10, 2012
Submitted by Name: Timo From: United Kingdom E-mail: Contact
Comments: One of the few "GREATS", really miss her.
Added: December 1, 2012
Submitted by Name: Nils Sjoblom From: Sweden E-mail: Contact
Comments: May she live forever.
Added: August 17, 2012
Submitted by Name: keith coles From: lovedean, hampshire. england E-mail: Contact
Comments: It may be a fews years ago that I went and met Pamela, but it seems just like yesterday. I still have the book and photo she signed for me. I posted a story about Pam on one of the Vintage forums, it got a lot of interest from people who visited it. One fantastic lady, will be remembered for a very long time. Rest in piece Pam....all the best, Keith.
Added: April 18, 2012
Submitted by Name: Mr Nigel Moth From: London England E-mail: Contact
Comments: I had no idea the lovely Pamela had sadly passed away,she will live on through the fantastic pictures and her screen pres-sense in the classic Peeping RIP Pam x
Added: January 10, 2012
Submitted by Name: John Francis From: London E-mail: Contact
Comments: I've just watched the film Peeping Tom and felt I had to find out the identity of the stunningly beautiful woman who appeared as Milly. I wasn't born until 9 years after Peeping Tom was made and never knew of her work until now.
I'm sure she would love to know that even after her passing, she is still captivating and intriguing men such as myself.
Added: March 21, 2011
Submitted by Name: Peter Enn From: Newport E-mail: Contact
Comments: In the early 60's my older brother (who I shared a room with) had a collection of 'girlie' magazines under his bed (so many I was surprised all the feet were able to touch the floor at the same time!) which I used to look at (like him) secretly - as I was reaching that age when such matters were becoming of interest to me. It was an era when 'women looked like women', and all of those images celebrating feminine pulchritude (so innocent in retrospect by contrast to current explicit trends) were my introduction to the joys and delights of the opposite * * *, and Pamela was my favourite for sure - beautiful, classy, elegant and voluptuous - everything in my young mind a woman should be. I frequently think back to that simpler time and of that fabulous woman who unwittingly played such an important role in my development. As long as there are those who, like myself, choose to appreciate stunning artful images of the female form, then undoubtedly Pamela Green will live forever.
Added: February 11, 2011
Submitted by Name: keith Mclaughlin E-mail: Contact
Comments: Pam was my cousin, she will be sadly missed, I am glad she bought pleasure to so many. I have some photos as above,the originals. Pam was a nice to me as she looked. bye for now Pam and God Bless.
Added: January 16, 2011
Submitted by Name: Bob Jones From: London E-mail: Contact
Comments: As a youngster I lived quite near Soho and I visited the Harrison Marks exhibition. I was thrilled and aroused by the beauty of the girls in the photos on the walls. But two above all attracted and intrigued me. June Palmer and Pam. June was earthy, but Pam was a goddess in the Grace Kelly mode, and nude, transcendent!
Thank you, Pam, for all the pleasure you gave, in quite the classiest way.