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Heavy Equipment (1977)

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A loser who works at a bookstore is given a book of magic by a bum and changes himself into a sexy alter ego who gets to bed any man he lays his eyes on.

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Cast

Cast overview:
Jack Wrangler ...
Alter Ego
Roger ...
Arnold
The Christy Twins ...
Surfers
Al Parker ...
Construction Man
Chris Adams ...
Construction Man
Steve Tracy ...
Chester
Adam Neumar ...
Mr. Cornelius
Jennifer Cashoty ...
Lady Customer
David Warfield ...
Old Man
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A loser who works at a bookstore is given a book of magic by a bum and changes himself into a sexy alter ego who gets to bed any man he lays his eyes on.

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Adult

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August 1977 (USA)  »

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Featured in Wrangler: Anatomy of an Icon (2008) See more »

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Exotic Dance
(uncredited)
by Roy Ayers
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Early '70s Gay Porn in 3-D
16 February 2003 | by (Silver Lake, CA) – See all my reviews

If this is available in any form other than 16mm, make sure that the 3-D is mentioned and intact. The whole premise of this is absurd, and the intro to how and when the 3-D is about to appear makes this pic one hilarious bit of business. Plus, Al Parker fans, look close! There is one fresh appendectomy scar appearing. I'm not 100% sure, but this may be '70s gay-porn idol Roger's first film. Seeing this in theatrical release with an audience helps immensely in truly appreciating the whole of it. A gem?


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