Monday, June 19, 2006


Director: Matt Sterling (1970's)

One reason it takes me so long to do my eBay auctions is that I want to give as much detail as possible (not to mention then I have to edit out stuff eBay may not like), and that means I put a video aside thinking I'll get a chance to do more research. I am selling one called HARD DADDIES, and if it had the original packaging, you'd see hairy hunky 1970's star BRUNO sitting in a pick up truck with lovely and talented Shane. I wanted to figure out the original movie before selling, and it wasn't that hard - Brentwood's 1976 film, Bruno & Shane (also on HAYRIDE, FALCON FVP013). But then there's other 1970's cool footage, and fortunately I was able to recongize BERT EDWARDS. But which film?? I think I figured it out - my eBay description:"Bert Edwards in tight white jeans, and a mustached buddy in a hotel room. Very passionate oral and buttplay shows off both men's huge equipment well. Disco soundtrack. note: brief footage of skyline makes me think this could be BRENTWOOD - Matt Sterling's Erection Set." Now, I sold that video a couple years back, but my description back then is lame - loop #2 CONSTRUCTION BUDDIES - "2 guys head to bed for some relaxation"

Personally, I think Edwards' is great - and it's just not the monster cock, but more his enthusiasm - just look at his dive into his buddies ass with his face, and look at how hard and happy he is when his buddy's mustache dives into his ass. Such a professional! See what you think and let me know.

And, of course, my HARD DADDIES precondom compilation BRUNO! Bert Edwards (VHS) listing on eBay - item #9531760454, ends THURSDAY the 22nd.

Click one of the pics to view the movie trailer (you know that if you view the clip in the browser, you can "right click" and view it FULL SCREEN, right?), or here if you want to download and save for later. Mac users: To download the clip you have to hold down the option key and then click on the download. To view it from the web page you have to copy and past the URL of the page with the video on it into the address bar of the video viewer (rather than watch it from the page).