Director: AL Parker (1984)
Starring: Al Parker, Cole Taylor, Tico Patterson, Vincent Thomas, Rydar Hanson, Michael Charles, Drake Woods, Ed Wiley (AKA Myles Longue), Greg Girrard – this scene: Tico Patterson, Michael Charles, and Drake Woods
In the opening scene, a young guy takes his seat in the Surge fantasy chair and drops in a coin, ordering up a fantasy that unfolds in a restaurant. Two mustached men (Drake Woods and Michael Charles) quickly begin to have oral sex. Meanwhile, at another table another couple sit, have a meal, and watch (but never participate or have sex) – Al Parker and his real life lover, Steve Taylor! When the waiter (tattooed Tico Paterson) arrives, the pair unzip him and proceeds to feast on him rather than their dinner. The waiter winds up getting one of the guys on the table for anal sex while he continues to on his date.Good use of slo-mo camera work for the finale of the scene.
Alas – no str8 couples watching or participating, Parisian, unfortunately (and by that i mean FORTUNATELY!); but love watching Al and Steve, and the solo guy, wonder who that is?
previously on BJland
With soundtrack courtesy of Red Wedding; Art direction: Mike Davis; casting – Daniel Holt
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!”
Director: Jack Deveau (1977) – starring: Roger and Jack Wrangler; with Jayson MacBride, Garry Hunt, David Hunter, Eric Streiff, Joe Dellasandro (uncredited), and in a non-sexual role Tray Christopher (Chris Rage’s voice as M.J. Stunning, a radio D.J.).
ooh, some old posts if I search “hot house”
The Come-On (1979)
“New in the neighborhood, JACK HACKER is adding to the scenery by working in his garage stripped to the waist. Our new discovery, bodybuilder MICKEY SQUIRES drives by, knows a come-on when he sees it and buys it! While they shoot the breeze JACK zeroes in on the inviting split in MICKEY’S tight jeans. One friendly gesture leads to another and the encounter that follows proves that satisfaction can be found in your own front yard – or back!”
of note – a fave Mickey/Jack pic from Colt Videoview issue #1, published in 1986, and doesn’t look like there was an issue #2
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.