hope all of you have a great 2014!
December 31, 2013
December 29, 2013
“A job applicant (Connors) walks in as Hughes is busily poking Rivera’s ass. They break it up, Rivera leaves, and the action is shifted to Hughes and Connors, with Rivera eventually peeking in from outside and masturbating.” Ray Connors, Clay Hughes, Raul Rivera
December 28, 2013
Lee Ryder, who you may remember from such films as Spokes, Screen Play, A Few Good Men, Hot City Streets from the collection HUGE, The Biggest One I Ever Saw! and 2 X 10 and , shown below with Joel Curry who fantasizes about getting topped by Ryder when Ryder drops by to pick up some plans.
December 27, 2013
December 26, 2013
December 24, 2013
directed by: Francis Ellie (1979)
Starring: George Payne and Brian Ray (Santa) – this scene; also stars Jack Wrangler, Giuseppe Welsh (helicopter), Adam DeHaven, Kurt Mann, Snapper Foster, Derek Thurston, and Anna Freed
This great scene from Navy Blue finds sailor George Payne wandering around Manhattan, stumbling upon a Santa raising money for charity (not to worry, it’s not a Salvation Army Santa, so you can enjoy guilt-free) who uses several awful double entendres to pick up sexy sailor George Payne.
and enjoy the crappy Xmas music soundtrack – “Sleigh Ride, by Leroy Anderson, then the “Ukranian Bell Carol”!
Click one of the pics to view scene.
December 23, 2013
December 22, 2013
See the rest of Al’s photo spread in the December 1985 issue of Torso over here, where this Dude’s got a lot more porno, Xmas stuff, and a bunch of stuff in between. It’s a fantastic site, just promise to come back, OK?
Still looking to round out that Christmas mixed tape you’ve been working on since before Thanksgiving? Check out Kristmas Kitsch, with such classic Xmas albums as Truckers Christmas, Captain Kangaroo Christmas, Patty Duke & Vincent Peale – Guideposts for Christmas, and of course – Sy Mann’s Switched on Santa (no, it’s not a bisexual Xmas album, but Sy “takes the Moog Synthesizer and creates today’s electronic Christmas tree out of this new musical wonder.” ) – AMAZING! (and you’re welcome!)