HEROES


Studio: Nova Films Compilation
Directed by: Robert Walters / Scott Masters
Year of Production / Release: 1982
Country of Production: U.S.A.

CAST:
Dale Arnold
Jim Bentley
Danny Connors
Rick Donovan
Rydar Hanson
Rob Daniels [Kevin Jensen]
Steve Kolis
Tim Kramer
Matt Sullivan [Lee Mann]
Cliff Ryder
Matt Sullivan
Cole Taylor
Lee Thompson

INFORMATION FROM OTHER SOURCES:
English students are asked to write about their heroes. Each essy is then acted out in sex. Dubbed sound.

Danny Connors idolizes rock star Rick Donovan (including a very good special effect series of Donovan performing an original song).

“What a really good idea Heroes is. But, what a so-so film it turned out to be.”  Torso

This is a good-quality film, clear and competently produced, but suffers from a promising premise (an all-gay English class is assigned an essay on a personal hero and each student imagines sex with him) that fails to deliver. Danny Connors idolizes rock star Rick Donovan (including a very good special effect series of Donovan performing an original song) and sucks his huge dick through white pants and takes cum on his face, to cheers from an audience. Unfortunately, Rick attempts to fuck him in a bed, later, and can’t get it up at all. Tony Wilde dreams of sex with his sailor brother and they suck dick in the library at school. An attempt at dirty talk is the only redeeming factor here, as Tony’s meat stays soft and weak cum shots abound.
   Next, Mediterranean Steve Kolis, Tim Kramer and Jim Bentley hump in the locker room. Kramer stays soft too, but a fuck sandwich leads to good cum shots, on the face, on feet and on the chest. A finale has the teacher keeping a student after class. Two others come in to watch and join in for a 4-way. They end up climbing onto each other and over the desks like horny monkeys. Also features Cole Taylor, Brandon Wilde, Cliff Ryder, Lee Thompson, Matt Sullivan, and more. 1984, 89 min. NO Condoms.

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