Director: Kennith Holloway (1984)
Starring: Gador, Eric Ryan, Daniel Holt, Scott Avery, Lenny Dean, Terry James, Brad Mason, Keith Williams, Tanas, Scott Thompson, Robert Vega, Dave Ashfield ; plus: Bobby Cerrato, Champ LaRue, Marc, Dan Gillen, Roger Cook, Dan Hodge, Robert Vaqe, Rob Wright, Dill Duncan, Randy Page; Mark Edwards as Uncle Charlie and Kenneth Weyerhauser as the Attorney.
88 minutes running time; very fun film with good sex; plot: young man, Tad (Scott Avery)discovers his grandfather has died, and left him all his estate. Tad leaves military school to discover he’s inherited a house, bar, and food catering wagon. The lawyer decieves him into thinking their are huge back-taxes owed, but Tad investigates, and discovers the house is now a male brothel, run by his distant uncle (our fun narrator Uncle Charlie)
- scene 1: Tad spends some time saying goodbye to his roommate
- scene 2: after getting the real scoop from his campy Uncle Charlie, Tad looks around the house – guy in a mohawk and an Hispanic-looking guy dressed as a cowboy
- scene 3: great scene with Robert Vega and Dave Ashfield
- scene 4: next they use the lunch truck to lure construction guys – 3 of the men take a break inside the truck
- scene 5: meanwhile, Daniel Holt is seduced by 2 guys with a lunch cart in an office building
- scene 6: more lunchtruck activities, a bearded hairy man with tattoos (don’t know his name, but he’s in the last two scenes!) and 2 others.
- scene 7: Eric Ryan, in cowboy hat, pulls up in a cadillac with a sun roof
- scene 8: construction guys working on converting the abandoned bar into a gay bar all take a break – 7 guys
- scene 9: opening night at the bar, (Job Site, of course) gets out of hand; Laura Brannigan’s Self Control plays during much of this scene, and you can hear a muted lucky Star too – too many guys to count.