When I saw the vintage poster for 1976's Wanted: Billy The Kid, I knew I had to feature it on FH. Problem was, it took awhile to find out much about it. There is very little on the net, especially about the credit on the poster... The movie stars Dennis Walsh, described as the winner of Mr. Bare America. Despite my research, I couldn't find anything out about the winner, nor the contest itself. If anyone has any info or links, I would be curious to find out more. Dennis looks quite delectable on the poster in his short shorts and 70's sports socks.
'This Vintage gay porn movie from Jack Deveau presents the "Mr. Bare America" winner, smooth and slim Dennis Walsh, as a young man (Billy) who's a good-looking, resourceful New York actor who has combined his theatrical instincts, his need for money and his over active sex drive into a successful part-time career as a hustler.'
Exquisite is the perfect word to describe my thoughts when first seeing Florida photographer Greg Lindeblom's images of 22 year old dancer and model Brian. That first image, which I used as Favorite Pic Of The Day, was of Brian relaxing out on the patio with a cup of tea.
It is interesting how many ways artists try so many different ways to creatively showcase the male form. Sometimes however, it is in everyday poses and situations that end up with visuals that stand out above the rest. Brian looks great in all of Greg's shots, but this pose, especially with addition of the tea cup was not only mine, but one of Greg's favorite images from the shoot.
Brain's, handsome face and sexy brown eyes, along with his fit toned, and incredibly sexy body, are all sensuously on display on the patio chair. I think we all can visualize walking out onto that patio and joining Brian for..... a cup of tea.
'Brian was a wonderful model. He is a great looking guy and his physique is flawless. He was very down to earth and friendly. Even though it was his first (and last) nude shoot, he betrayed very little anxiety, jumped right in and everything he was asked. Brian was very professional, we worked outdoors as well as in the studio.'
'The studio poses were based on poses from classical painting and sculpture. This gives the models something to emulate at first. From the set poses, we adjust them to feature the model's strengths. Brian's fluid posing form made the classical poses look natural and beautiful. With him everything looked effortless.'