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Thursday, May 26, 2016


     Starting out as a hot model in the late 1970's, Clay Russell appeared in numerous gay publications such as In Touch, Blueboy, Honcho, Mandate, Jock and Playguy.  As if that weren't enough, masculine Clay starred in three bonafide classics of gay cinema, including Boys of Venice, Heatstroke, and El Paso Wrecking Corp- not to mention Men at Work, Playtime, and Sex In Uniform.  Clay left an indelible impression and quickly became known as one of the stereotypical 70's gay men with a moustache, and had the butch hotness to back it up. He was usually cast as a cowboy, construction worker, or a beefy daddy on the prowl, and there's not a damn thing wrong with any of that. Here's some of Clay in action.

1 comment:

  1. 6/15/16 1:35a retrostuds Clay Russell
    You can never Beat a Man with a Dark 'Stache,
    but you can try to on his Bare Ass. He was
    the Ranger in ''El Paso Wrecking Corp''
    He was very Hairy in that one.
    I don't get this odd Non-Hairy looking Apes.
    I don't mind seeing a different look,
    a change up from Hairy to less so.
    But devoid of any hair?! It's against the Law1