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earth, man!

I’m sure one or more of these pics must’ve been posted before, of John McAlister and mystery curlyhaired man, from Cosco’s Call Me Ruf and Ready, Earthman 3 (film) and Cosco’s Earthman 2 magazine

next – figure out curlyhaired man’s t-shirt!

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Doug & Chris


know practically nothing about these men, but I likes ’em!


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I’ll drive

some folks have had trouble commenting – let me know if it isn’t fixed today – of course, if you can’t comment – email bjland at gmail

any additional info can help thanks!

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roofers

we’ve seen this pair before – LOCKER 5 – GEL – but 2 pics isn’t enuf of Gel & David

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Ben AKA Michel

speaking of French porn….

Ben Chapin (porn/model name at Target, etc.) – AKA Michel Guillot – his photographer name, and presumably real name

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cocks of Men of Man’s

from MEN of MAN’S IMAGE – published 1977



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advertising department

Flipping (scrolling) through old COLT Gallery issues, near the end of #6, the model JASON is congratulated for getting a job in the advertising department at AH MEN clothing – woooooooaaahhhh!!!! I said (nearly 2 years ago) – that must be why we see all these porn models of the era in those catalogues!

a national television commercial???

Below: Bob Noll, Gordon Grant, and Bill Cable; just below – Bob Noll, Bill Cable, and unidentified reddish mustache guy. scroll further to get some more pics from COLT’s 1972 Gallery 6 – the digest-sized magazine is all Jason (and his 70’s glasses) plus a few paired with Dominik (I think that’s his name, but can’t find that name elsewhere). Just a theory. We know Barresi appeared in a lot of Ah Men catalogues, Jeremy Brent (AKA Erron, for COLT), of course, Dakota….. as did Jack Wrangler and Casey Donovan (although I don’t think either did any work for COLT)… and others (waiting for my scolding for who I missed) who modeled clothes, and their junk…. more research! Bill Cable, hands down, appeared the most frequently.