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Taboo #9, Scene 6
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Added Jun 30, 2011
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drunkard, that dude is the very icky Jamie Gillis, who was one of the first porn stars/stunt cocks dating from the 70s, He looks really out of shape in this, so I would guess it's from the mid or late 80s. As Alex de Renzy films goes, this one literally sucks. For a much better deRenzy see "Wild Things", with Christy Canyon at her peak. I used to see Gillis about 15-20 years ago at Meadowlands Race Track, always by himself, looking at the racing form, trying to win some $$. He was ALWEAYS wearing the same dirty looking green army fatigues and army jacket, completely rumpled and looked a mess himself. Saw him once get approadhed there by some wide-eyed young porn lover who said "Excuse me, are you Jamie Gillis??" He nodded and smiled yeah, but obviously didn't want to talk to the guy, who said anyway "I'm a real admirer of your work!!! To which Gillis said 'Thanks" and went back to studying the Racing Form.
What the F is that guy wearing??
From the screen caps I'm guessing his name is Flame.
Heck with the commentary on Gillis... I'm here for Alicyn. Always loved her.
The dude looks a lot like everyone's favorite cross-dressing Corporal Maxwell Q. Klinger on M*A*S*H. And yeah, I'm young enough that I had to look that up. So you can credit wikipedia with the alliteration. Also, dudes shouldn't wear women's clothing in porn. Pearl necklaces are definitely not an exception.
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