Friday, October 11, 2002


director: Jack Deveau (1977)

First a note on the clip - it's 12 minutes long, which might be way too big a download for some of you (23mb's), so I'm posting the much briefer Dallesandro clip below, as well (which is included in the longer clip). The long clip begins with the viewing of the 8mm 1960's black and white film, but shifts back and forth between it, Jack Wrangler and Jayson MacBride in another apartment, and the 3 guys viewing the film - so the long clip shows the complete footage of Dallesandro and pal that was featured in Hot House.

Starring: Roger and Jack Wrangler; with Jayson MacBride, Garry Hunt, David Hunter, Eric Streiff, Joe Dallesandro (uncredited), and in a non-sexual role Tray Christopher (Christopher Rage's voice as M.J. Stunning, a radio D.J.). The set-up: Roger and Jack meet while playing racquet ball, and Jack invites Roger home with him, but they are constantly interrupted by neighbors, repairmen, etc. In this scene, Jack has gone upstairs to help neighbor Jayson MacBride, and they smoke a joint and exchange blowjobs. Meanwhile, a neighbor drops by to show a hot film he just acquired, but finds Roger and painter Garry Hunt (Garry having just finished blowing Roger in the bathroom after watching him piss) there instead of Jack. They watch the film and jerk off, until Jack finally re-appears. I think it's a great sequence, and director Deveau owes a lot to his lover Robert Alvarez for once again doing an excellent editing job (the original music is great, too!)