Sunday, September 18, 2016

George Payne 1976

George Payne plays a handsome construction worker named Charlie Dobbs in 1976's Kiss Today Goodbye who finds sexual opportunities everywhere that he goes, but in the process he cheats on his boyfriend.  Dobbs (Payne) meets a straight-identified businessman (Seager) and they form a bromance, thanks to how desperately unhappy each of them are with their respective mates back home. The storyline involves male sexual desires and a growing emotional dependence that each dude builds for the other's acceptance and understanding.  This was an era when porn movies were really trying to be films with connected plots, drama, dialog, and this one even included some special effects camera work!  Actually, reviews were mixed about this flick, but who cannot grin at a gay sex movie where one of the men in the credits is named Ben Dover?
 
The scene of Payne and Seager lying on the floor next to a fireplace, as Seager sucks on Payne's cock, still remains sexy decades afterwards.  Bearded Payne is master of his cock as he guides its head into Seager's eager mouth. Then a horny Seager kneels with his back facing George, offering Payne to mount him. Payne positions himself behind his partner as his cock (hands-free) instinctively enters (this is pre-condom era sex) Seager's ass.  A methodical fucking session begins, much to the painful delight of Seager, until George releases himself.  It's worthy to note that this was before home videos and the action happening in the film was played on a large theatre screen for an audience sharing the erotic experience together.  The film had its world premiere in New York City on Broadway at a time when the area around 49th street was filled with adult shops and theatres.  Writer H.M. Mostersen once recalled going to the district after working hours and sitting next to Wall Street traders in suits, city utility workers in overalls, middle aged married men and street hustlers. 

This film starred George Payne, Lew Seager, David Savage, Michael Gaunt, Mark Hamilton , Kurt Mann, Firth Demule, Ben Dover, and R. Cansino.  






Saturday, September 17, 2016

Original Daddy Candy: Mr. Braun


The photo above is not about the telephone cord.  It's not even about his cock.  It's all about that pelt of fur.
Sexy Mike would fit into today's modern male fashions as easily as he did in the 1970's with his beard and haircut.  To say that Mike's hairy is an understatement.  Instead of a treasure trail this man has an entire forest leading from his chest to his dick.  





Thursday, September 15, 2016

1984's Bordello Studs revisits 1884


Kurt Williams with hairy Michael Braun
This all-color magazine featured gents who performed in the 1984 film Gold Rush Boys.  The movie remains distinctive for several reasons, not the least of which were the lush ornate Victorian era sets used, framed within a vintage gingerbread-style mansion.  The production crew even used period costumes for the performers.  These images, of a thickly-bearded blonde man being serviced by another gent in a fancy Victorian parlour room, remain popular on the Internet today, even among fans who were not yet born when the movie and magazine originally came out.  This Steve Scott film stands the test of time, as does its stars.
This movie was distributed back in 1984, a time when actual 'film makers' were still creating a lot of erotic smut in the business, bringing creative story lines and scripts to their craft.  While the fantasy plot may be typical smut in both nature and delivery, Gold Rush Boys is a reminder of how high production values used to be.  Men like Steve Scott were true cinematographers who strived to deliver a quality product.

Casting reflects another notable feature that is oftentimes all-too missing today, as the film uses men who are not all youthful gym twinks.  These masculine (and naturally hairy) guys offer a visual treat.  The sex action is all pre-condom and shot with some wonderful camerawork.  And there are nine full sex scenes filled with lots of action.  Directed by Steve Scott, it starred Kurt Williams, Mike Braun, Ben Barker, Nick Jarrett, Joe Reeves, Rick Faulkner, Lee Adams, Jay Cole, Brian Nichols, Paul Monroe,  and Jim King. 

As the film notes: "In 1849 San Francisco all that glitters isn't gold, but what a rush! In the good old days when California's gold miners had pouches heavy with nuggets and bulges that were even heavier still, Kincaid's was the most popular place to be...in a world without women and filled with sex-starved men. Here, '49ers could get anything they wanted in a house of boys who aimed to please, and did just that. When innocent Kurt Williams shows up looking for work and passes Kincaid's (Braun's) test, he's hired on the spot and joins the house's stable of fresh eager to please boys-for-hire."
KURT WILLIAMS, MIKE BRAUN, and NICK JARRETT

Stay Tuned For Part Two!