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Fade Out 

Release date: 7/25/2006
Reviewed on: 9/23/2006 by joe-shaver

Starring: Michael Christopher, Jon King, Les Price
Studio: HIS & HIS Gold

Directed by: Roger Earl, Terry LeGrand
Review brief: Although the pre-condom FADE OUT doesnt have a sensational set piece like its companion film FADE IN that featured Jon King in a huge spider web, its still more than worthy of a transfer to DVD. Both were the work of Terry Le Grand and David Earl who produced some unique and wonderful films in the pre-condom era that were always delightfully imbued with humor and camp. The star of FADE OUT is a cute young blond called Chris Allen. Little Chris was one of the first performers I ever saw who had a foreskin. (My best friend had one, but thats another story.) Watching the film again after all these years I realize I still have a thing for Chris. The film begins with Chris going to a fortuneteller played by Mark Edwards, a plump old queen who often appeared in these films. Out comes the Tarot cards and with each card we get a sex scene. Before each scene theres a cloud of dry ice and we see a naked Chris walking into the cloud. (What an ass this kid had!) After this the scenes begin. The first card is The Hermit. This leads to a solo jack off by David Ashfield.
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