January 31, 2014
Director: Roger Earl (1983)
Starring: Tim Kramer, Steve Collins (as the Marquis de Suede), Michael Christopher, Rand Remington, Randal Butler, Ray Medina (AKA J. W. Stone, Julio Campas), Max Cooper (aka Max Montoya), Doug Weston, Douglas Boston, David McNeil
January 29, 2014
Pics from the 1979 magazine MALE No 6 – more here: tube socks and balls
January 28, 2014
January 27, 2014
Falcon’s 1992 movie, Overload, Al Parker’s last porno film. The description at GEVI isn’t quite right, if memory serves me right. There is says: “Legendary erotic icon Al Parker is eager to put his restored foreskin to use…so he calls buddy Craig Slater over for a session of sucking, pumping, toys and assplay. These studs probe stretch and pound their way into an overload of exhilaration.” (Some commas might be useful in that last sentence, unless “probe stretching” is a sex act I am not yet familiar with). From what I remember, Craig Slater is the one who calls Al, after he finds an escort ad for Al, and asks Al if he can do to him what he did to Casey Donovan in The Other Side of Aspen. If you have the edited version of Aspen or Overload, then you’ll miss the fisting scene.
Al’s actual last appearance in a movie is also from 1992, but he’s just in the music video tagged on to the end of Fast Idle.
For some other pics of Al, check out the Al Parker Album
January 26, 2014
From the Nova film A Friend in Need, (which can be found in the collection 4 in Hand), with Mark Newman and Ross Franklin. What bands are on those posters?
January 25, 2014
From the same issue, a 1984 interview with Al Parker – sorry the quality ain’t so great!
From the 1978 photomagazine The Leathermen, nicely tied up Dan Pace (AKA Rocky Genero), who you may remember from such films as: Pieces of Eight, The Frenchman and the Lovers, Sex Machine and L. A. Tool & Die – and apparently an 8MM film that doesn’t seem to have ever made it to VHS or DVD – Leather Lovers
January 24, 2014
This feature takes our hero with his playmate Dave Daniel, into a lush, wooded forest. The scene is spectacularly photographed and is generous with warmth and beauty generated by the communication between these two blonde youths. The film is a must for those who truly appreciate the juxtaposition of youth and beauty. The scene is Forest Fantasy, seen in the 1976 film Dreamer
January 22, 2014
update Here’s 2 pics I found from a magazine called Heavy Loads – must be from same film, right?