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Fun Buns Contest (1975)

| Adult | 1975 (USA)
Steve emcees the contest judging guys' buns in a bar. Onlookers get horny and have sex.




Cast overview:
Ben Press
Dick Wayne
Mel Rista
Stan Wood
Todd Adams
Jim Clark


Steve emcees the contest judging guys' buns in a bar. Onlookers get horny and have sex.

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Fun Time Contest  »

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Low-grade gay porn
2 February 2015 | by See all my reviews

Among the films that played Gay movie houses in the '70s, I suspect FUN BUNS CONTEST ranked as a loser. Attempting to calibrate it according to the standards of mainstream porn (if the content were boy/girl rather than boy/boy as presented) I would rank it at zero.

With a dumb narration track, this MOS hour of males stripping or humping each other on-stage (or in the audience in a small-size gay bar) corresponds to the many videos I used to see (and review) in the '80s from sources like Bert Rhine which documented strip shows in Texas and Florida for soft-core porn fans. More recently is the wildly successful Girls Gone Wild type video and cable TV product, whose popularity is a mystery to me.

At any rate, several guys dance around (or are so untalented as to just stand there) and bare their backsides to a drunken audience. A short guy named Tim is declared the winner, and then the f&s begins. Only novelty here is one poor devil getting a beer bottle stuck up his rectum, and a dumb specialty act by losing stripper Rick, who sucks his own cock until he cums on himself, something the famed Ron Jeremy (who does this trick briefly in umpteen hetero films) never manages to achieve. B.F.D.

Only points of interest in the dreadful hour for me were the playing of the soul hit "Get Ready, Here I Come" at the beginning, and a board advertising beer prices at 45 cents all the way up to 75 cents back in 1975.

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