Al and some guys I don’t think I’ve ever heard of (Corey Sommers, Chris Kelly, and Shawn Williams) in a special spread from Torso December 1985 issue
Like many snagged pics, I can’t recall where I found the top pic, but of course a drawing of Bruno. along with Al Parker’s tongue grabbed my attention…. Filed away for later reference, last week I decided it might be tame enough for instagram, and posted it, plus what I thought was the original photo from Pile Drivers magazine before some clever person substituting the Bruno drawing for that tacky stained glass window. Alas, instagram has an insta-filter that seems to delete so many nice pics nearly instantaneously!
meanwhile, feel free to check out truckstop_guy
director: Francis Ellie (1979)
Starring: George Payne & Jack Wrangler; plus Brian Ray (Santa); , Giuseppe Welsh (helicopter), Adam DeHaven, Kurt Mann, Snapper Foster, Derek Thurston, and Anna Freed
Another rerun, another clip from Navy Blue – but it’s just soooooo good! Classic story – two guys in the Navy on a 12-hour leave in NYC, each secretly in love with the other, but can’t bare to admit it to the other and risk jeopardizing their friendship. They part ways, and Jack Wrangler is trying to enjoy site-seeing on his own, but loses himself in thought looking at one of the Christmas-decorated windows, imagining a romantic encounter with his buddy, 70’s bearded hunk George Payne, complete with disco-theme music, of course.
The music is SPACE’s Magic Fly. This is also the film with the wonderful Jack Wrangler blowjob in the helicopter flying over Manhattan skyline scene.
don’t know source, or photographer – will update if I figure it out (or you do!)
alas, I do not know the source, model, photographer… but… Xmas
directed by: Francis Ellie (1979)
Starring: (this scene) George Payne and Brian Ray (Santa) – ; 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 who uses several awful double entendres to pick up sexy sailor George Payne.
and enjoy (NOT) the crappy Xmas music soundtrack – “Sleigh Ride”, by Leroy Anderson, then the “Ukrainian Bell Carol”!
more Navy Blue