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Golden Age of the American Male (The)

Country: United States, Language: English, 65 mins

  • Director: Robert Henry Mizer
  • Producer: Dennis Bell

CGiii Comment

How many of these young men are still alive? Not many, if any at all.

How many of these young men were exploited? All of them.

No matter how you view vintage it with a pseudo-academic brain or with a lascivious lust [or, both]...these young men are all victims. No doubt in dire straits, hoping for a future much different to the path the all found themselves on. It might look all fun and games...but, look at some of these young men's eyes! Terror, bamboozlement...and, shame.

View vintages porn properly, with tears running down your faces.

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The(ir) Blurb...

This is a very simple compilation of vintage gay-interest movies made by Mizer's AMG Studios using home-movie techniques to shoot scenes celebrating the male physique. These fit young men are wearing posing pouches or completely naked enacting contrived scenarios that are so hilariously absurd that even they can't stop laughing. It's an amusing, intriguing glimpse at a forgotten corner of movie history.