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The Underboss

Released: Dec 01st, 1998
Running Time: 101
Director: Paul Barresi
Companies: US Male, USMale
Distribution Companies: In-X-Cess
Cast: Bobby Blake, Dino DiMarco, Dean Spencer, Tommy Cruise, Winston Love, Others, Paul Morgan, Sebastian (II)
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Genre: Gay Specialty

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SYNOPSIS

Although the emphasis here is on the plot, there is a sufficient amount of sex scenes, mostly interracial. Retailers will want to stock accordingly.

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Critical Rating: AAA 1/2

Gay fans of the Mafia and crime boss film genres will rejoice in The Underboss as it contains all of those smoldering masculine tough-guy lot elements intertwined with scenes of hot steamy man sex. Italian-lovers will be drooling over the likes of Sebastian and Dino DiMarco, while admirers of African-Americans will have prize-fighter Bobby Blake to fawn over. Lots of interracial encounters and all sorts of cameo appearances from both sides of the adult film industry are only two reasons to like this film. An interesting storyline and great direction from Barresi are two more. It's refreshing to see features like this one being produced, with the emphasis on plot and character development instead of just on the sex. This makes things even more erotic.


 

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