Director: Joe Gage (1976) Starring: Richard Locke, Jack Wrangler, Steve Boyd, Duff Paxton, Kurt Williams (“Desert Rat”), Dane Tremmell, Skip Shepherd, Bud Jaspar, and Maria Reina (Boyd’s girl – non-sexual role). Plus, the truckstop guys: David Fairman, Fred Baker, Jay Romero, Mark Davis, Tony Hill, and Joe Gage
Nick Elliot (directory of photography) Al Steinman (music, including the haunting theme), Glen Nathan (sound)
Locke pulls into the garage and immediately opens his fly for Wrangler. Meanwhile, young lad Steve Boyd is showering, showing off his lusciously soapy asscheeks for the camera as he prepares to embark on his first cross country trucking expedition with Locke. As country tunes warble in the background, Boyd’s girlfriend drives him to the garage while Wrangler and Locke climax setting the stage for Boyd and Locke’s departure in the 18 wheeler. Wrangler is down to his jockstrap, jeans pulled down as Locke tops him.
As the trade paper Variety summed up at the time of its release, this one is “overt and unashamed… a male sex drama that is artful, refreshing, commercial and erotic!”