Description source: promotional material
Series of shorts, unknown if these were collected into any videos.
The earlier films in the 100 series in the early '60s were all posing straps sold in 16mm and 8mm.
The later films in the 500 series from the late '60s were 'nudist' films sold on 8mm film but some of the film was obviously shot at the same time as the posing straps loops were filmed.
No promotional material for this film is known.
Wearing an orange beret (same as in Motorcycling on the Ranch), which he frequently adjusts, an orange and red striped posing strap and laced black boots, Scotty poses on the brick patio besides a pool. Removing hat and boots, he does some push-ups and hand stands then belly flops into the pool, sits on the edge and closes with some swimming laps.
No promotional material for this film is known but there were photo sets sold from this setting.
Carrying a saddle, rope and mat, Bob walks down a path in a black cowboy hat, black T-shirt, jeans cut off at the knees and black boots. He stops by a log and strips down to a red posing strap. Taking a rope he tries to lasso the photographer then lays down on the mat next to the log, stretches for the audience and suns himself with his hat on his head.
In part 1, the camera is in the street picking out the daring costumes.
Part 2 features one of the exciting torch light parades.
Sig and Hans Latschowski drive to an oasis in the desert where they flex their muscles and photograph each other. Sig is critical of Hans posing and gets thrown in the lake.
Dick Pardee, dressed in Indian headdress, moves around the forest. In a small clearing he dances with a tomahawk, beats and Indian drum. Then he removes his costume, wiggles into his tight Levi's, and bid you goodbye.
Bob Gentry is working along a small stream, showing off his splendid physique. Goofing off, Bob tries a little fishing and then flexes his muscles with a swim.
Youthful Randy finds a cool lake in the desert, takes a leisurely swim and then suns himself on a small raft. Gary disturbs Randy and after a short struggle, Randy throws Gary into the lake. Then the two youths sun themselves on the raft.
Phil Knight & Dick Pardee are involved in a catch as catch can rassling match in the pation. An excellent action film wiht the atheletes atired in strap.
Husky Phil Knight is working in the patio when he decides to lift some weights. After pumping up he flexes into some poses and then uses the garden hose to cool himself off.
Rugged Dick Dene rides his trusty white steed, gets himself dirty, and then washes himself and his denim shorties in the trough.
Johnny Nogar has target practice with his bow and arrow. Seeing Arnold working with his pony, Johnny throws some rocks and gets more reaction than he expected. Johnny gets the war paint washed off.
Handsome blond Adonis, Lance Arlen, shows how his rugged Marine training can produce perfect muscle coordination for a fun session in the patio.
The Stoney Tribe parades thru Banf. Some of the old Indian Chiefs pose on their Ceremonial grounds. Some of th eyoung bucks dance for our camera.
Two young toughies, Chuck Hall and Ken Sullivan, are walking along a country lane, when they spy the filtering system of a pool. Hot and dirty, they temptation is too great. After climbing over the wall, they strip, and have a big splash.
Handsome Eddie Padilla, trudges down a country lane to a warm sand beach of the Pacific. After a good sunning, Eddie stands and flexes his muscles, takes a quickie shower, and on his way he goes.
This film emphasizes the gay and colorful costumes seen on Bourbon Street in New Orleans. The camera closely follows the mad antics of the celebrants.
Jerry Sullivan curries his horse and then takes him into the training corral for bareback riding. There is a slight camera flutter in the first 15% of this film Will not affect your interest in this film.
We find rugged John Manning on horseback searching for badmen. Stripping off his white men's clothing, John applies his war paint and climbs a high rock to observe the countryside.
Bob Collier comes to a small lake. After digging a little, he strips and has fun in the water.
Soinski make Saley pick up the horns and make passes at the cape. Then Saley rebels, upends Soinski, and make him be the bull.
Bill Gregg tries to rob cowboy Bill Prevost. Gregg forces Prevost to dismount but Prevost manages to knock the pistol from Gregg's hand. Some hand-to-hand action follows.
Dark and handsome Joe Napolie is a gymnast of Olympic stature. In this film Joe projects his muscular body in a variety of poses and invites you t look him over.
Cowboy Blackie Preston has Jim Oles corralled, but Jim rebels. Lots of action and Blackie finds himself being roped and carried off.
Rugged Blackie Preston shows how he would use his big gun on the bad men while showing his virile physique to advantage.
Jack Renio comes to a blue pool, relaxes besides the pool, and has fun swimming.
Black Hawk tussles with a burro on a ranch road. Then he shows his gymnastic skills with some exercises.