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Craig, better known as Ron Fraser, is a rugged super hung woodsman with an insatiable appetite for forceful pleasure. Though only 24, he's the father of three children. Rarely have we seen such masculine sexual dominance over a good looking youth, Kevin, who gives his all to satisfy the hungry demands of the take-all brute. An incredibly popular film, so unusual, we had to make it in two parts.
Market Reports Newsletter:
Setting: Pt. 1: models dressed in jeans, 1 wearing br. shirt, 2 wearing Jean jacket & pullover shirt, blue/white piping; set on a hilltop or ridge, some low brush, and a down tree
Pt. 2: both nude on a gold blanket, grassy setting.
Performer 1: about 24, Craig, white, light brown hair medium long, well built clean, small moustach
Performer 2: about 21 Kevin, white, black hair medium curly, smaller, wiry clean
Action Sequence: Pt. 1 begins with an oral sequence, both models clothed, 2 sucking 1. 1 strips 2, partially strips himself, then balls 2 who is lying prone on the tree trunk. Change to sitting impaled facing each other. Back to 2 sucking 1, lots of lip and tongue. 1 ejaculates massively and genuinely.
Special Collection Notes: outdoor sex; variety of anal intercourse positions
Rating: Better color than the usual, still somewhat lush. Camera and edit well done, and well paced. Effective use of good natural setting. Pt. 1 mainly oral, some anal.
|found in these
"Craig & Kevin pt. 1 & pt. 2" Market Reports Newsletter Vol. 1 No. 3 Sep. 1974 pg. R5 (Review)
"Film Survey Report - Best Film" Market Reports Newsletter Vol. 3 No. 3 Aug. 5, 1975 pg. 3 (Notes)
First Edition 1976: Cinéography 2: Master Index pg. 4
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