directed by: Kenneth Holloway (1984)
Starring: Gador, Eric Ryan, Daniel Holt, Scott Avery, Lenny Dean, Terry James, Brad Mason, Keith Williams, Tanas, Scott Thompson, Robert Vega, Dave Ashfield ; plus: Bobby Cerrato, Champ LaRue, Marc, Dan Gillen, Roger Cook, Dan Hodge, Rob Wright, Dill Duncan, Randy Page; Mark Edwards as Uncle Charlie and Kenneth Weyerhauser as the Attorney. (I’ll need to re-look at the credits to confirm this list – I don’t recall Scott Avery, for example, being in this film – he seems to get confused with “Gador” a lot!)
One of Hollaway’s few that I like, (he DOESN’T use Frankie Goes to Hollywood’s “Relax”); a very fun film with good sex AND a plot! A young man, Tad discovers his grandfather has died, and left him all his estate. Tad leaves military school to find he’s inherited a house, a bar, and a food catering wagon. The lawyer deceives him into selling off his new estate, thinking the huge back-taxes owed are too much for him to come up with. But Tad investigates, and discovers the house is now a male brothel, run by his distant uncle (our fun narrator Uncle Charlie), who helps him form a plan to make the money by revving up the boys at the brothel, and use the lunch truck as mobile “service stations” for horny-hungry construction workers.
This is where this scene comes in. I suspect that the yet-to-be-identified hairy man with great facial hair may be Brad Mason’s real-life boyfriend, based on the quick set-up here, and the fact that in the two orgy scenes that follow, they pretty much stick together. And the “we’re done with you now” handshake at the end is great, ain’t it?