Director: Joe Gage (1982)
cute lil’ Bob Shane as the clerk who won’t let “over-the-hill” John Steele into a sex club. Rejected and dejected, Steele slowly leaves, but is joined by another rejectee, Bud Wallace (too preppy). A brief commiseration leads to, of course, hot sex! Don’t let this social commentary on the emerging gay scene of the early 80’s distract too much, as the sex scene that follows isn’t just a couple of guys helping each other, this one has real passion, including a good deal of kissing that is sometimes missing from other Gage scenes (usually related to the specifics of the sex dynamics of the particular scene). Inter-cut with Rory at the rodeo, these men make out, grope, and slowly undo pants and have great oral sex. And of course, the Man Parrish soundtrack really makes the scene, and film, complete.