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Black Alley

Released: Feb 01st, 1991
Running Time: 87
Director: Chet Thomas
Company: Catalina Home Video
Cast: Joe Simmons, Lee McMillan, Roger Kingsley, Eddie Valens, Mitch Green, Roberto Arias, Johnny Rahm
Critical Rating: AAA
Genre: Gay and Bi

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Critical Rating: AAA

This is a workmanlike product from Catalina, distinguished for being probably the first Blue Collar/Black/Hispanic specialty tape. The mix works surprisingly well, enhanced by Catalina's usual high production and packaging standards.

The setting is the "Black Alley Sportswear" warehouse where a deadline rush in the midst of a godawful heat wave pits boss against worker and front office against warehouse – but don't worry, the tensions all get resolved with orgasmic results. Bossman Joe Simmons, a tall, cool drink of chocolate, starts but putting black worker Mitch Green through his paces and ends by turning end-up for hard worker Roberto Arias. In between, there are black-on-white and Latino-Latino match-ups amid the crates. The multiracial sexual mix is convincingly cast and should push some strong buttons for the right viewers.


 

Related Content:

Catalina Home Video
Joe Simmons
Lee McMillan
Roger Kingsley
Eddie Valens
Mitch Green
Roberto Arias
Johnny Rahm
Chet Thomas

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