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Marks began, under the name Kamera Productions and Kamera Cine Films, making non-pornographic nude "stag" films for the home movie market. From 1960 to 1968 me made around 140 silent 8mm film loops (ranging from 50 to 200 feet in length). These showed busty women doing striptease acts or appearing in whimsical situations where they undressed before the camera.
A triofew of shortthe latter films made in 1968 explored [[BDSM]] themes. ''Perchance Into Scream'' (1967) and ''The Lash'', a(1968) involve captive girlgirls iswho are chained up in a medieval dungeon and whipped. ''Macabre'' (1968) features a leather-clad dominatrix who whips a male slave. And ''1 & 2 Make 3'' (1968) is about two girls in leather who encounter a violent intruder. TheseSome filmsof these recreated scenes from his full-length filmmovie ''Pattern of Evil''.
==Feature films==
Marks expanded on his basic concept of combining beautiful nude women with fantasy scenarios for a series of exploitation films. The first was ''Naked as Nature Intended'' (1961), a nudist camp romp that was typical of the period. This was followed by the episodic historical fantasy ''The Naked World of Harrison Marks'' (1965).
His next film, ''Pattern of Evil'' (1968), had an darker S&M theme and controversial sex scenes. This was made to compete with the "roughie" [[sexploitation film]]s being made in America. This film, which appears to be lost, was banned in the UK.