Story Film Classics
|Bob Mizer Foundation||2013|
Description source: promotional material
The first in our new line of digitally remastered AMG films, STORY FILM CLASSICS: Unstrapped includes a collection of 12 full length AMG masterpieces from the 1950s to the 1970s with over 28 models. Also included are over 1200 photos from the movies and of the models in these movies.
This was a special order film although why is hard to figure with a guy as stunning as this.
Steven Wengryn walks down a path by thes ea, takes off his clothes and plays about in the tide pools. Poses in strap and in brief trunks.
Dale and Jim are walking down the street in Tijuana Mexico when Eddie Manning tries various ways of hustling them--offering everything from switchblade knives and other contraband to naughty girlie picture and when he is unable to make a sale, he pulls a gun on the boys, takes them in an alley and takes everything away from them. a rather violent fellow, he determines to do away with them altogether, marches them down to a deserted beach to shoot them, but the boys take a diim view of this fate so they rush him and knock the gun from his hand. The inevitable wrestling match ensues and apparently everyone is far to involved to grab up the gun--at least until the participants energies have been rather fully spent.
We didn't learn until after the picture had been completed that in real life Eddie was a bandit, so perhaps that is why he could play his role with such convincing realism.
Plot is extremely simple: Two boys are having a ball game in the prison yard. They are careless where they throw the ball and it hits some of the sunbathers. One of the sunbathers gets particularly angry and a rumble ensues-- Only three are involved in the rumble as apparently the other prefer to sunbathe.
Two young criminals burglarize the museum and are in the process of stealing all the jewels and other goodies when suddenly the statuary comes to life, rip off the burglar's clothes, and give them a sound trouncing and finally change them into statues too.
The idea for this film came from an English reader. For some reason, some of our most workable ideas come from England and Scotland. These writers are able to write effective plots giving maximum opportunity for physique display, yet using a minimum of difficult to prepare props.
Posing strap wrestling.
Ron Taylor is the guard and Craig Lancourt is the slave who proves his fighting ability but still reject the siren.
This is not Craig's best film, but then he probably didn't really have his heart in it. He is much better with Tom Woods.
Naked story line.
Also titled Mechanic & the Hoods once before it was released.