Shooting LIGHTS! CAMERA! ORGY! Part 4: Pete Rose and Eroticus Interruptus

Obstacles overcome so far:  Killer temperature, drunken crew, stoned starlet, sexually-frustrated assistant (Ace) and heat exhaustion.

Text from SKINFLICKS:

In that circus of a video feature, which I would call Lights! Camera! Orgy! one thing was missing: genuine erotic passion‌—‌until the last loop. It proved the wisdom of putting models together who like working with each other but don’t have an off-screen relationship that makes sex between them become routine.

Mike Ranger had been yearning to work again with Gayle Monica, the teenaged blonde with breasts like scoops of vanilla ice cream. She felt the same about him.

Gayle needed no Albolene with Mike, preferring to rely on “natural.” He delivered three climaxes; she had two herself and would’ve had another had I not butted in.

During a bedroom-cooling break, I’d gone to the living room to check on the Cincinnati Reds game. Pete Rose was trying to tie the National League record of 44 straight games with at least one hit. Meanwhile, Denny was taping Gayle straddling Mike, her face pressed against his neck, her hips pounding against him in the kind of frenzy that can’t be faked. Oblivious, I walked right into the video wide-shot and announced, “OK, Mike, we can go for your second come-shot now.”

Mike looked up at me. “She was going for hers.”

I’d interrupted the very act of spontaneous eroticism I wanted the video to capture. “Uh, OK,” I stammered. “Let’s go for… let’s do that.”

Gayle shook her hair out of her face. “What’s the next position?”

I was still hoping to revive the lost magic. “Well, if you wanna go for yours, then… you know…”

She laughed. “Too late now.”

Ace passed through the background. “Hello, sports fans,” he said. “This is Pete Rose. This is my fifth straight come-shot.”

Next Post: Shooting Submission of Serena: Real-life S and M

Published by

David Blander

David Blander had had many careers. As a director, he made commercials for clients such as Magnavox, the State of Michigan, Clark Equipment and Amway. As a video engineer, his biggest accounts were the underworld porn kings who pioneered the home video revolution of the 1980s. When California legalized medical pot in 1996, he developed a trophy-winning strain that he distributed to northern California dispensaries—until Feds and local sheriffs busted his grow-op warehouses. Now retired, Blander is beginning another career: writing. Plato said, “An unexamined life is not worth living.” Blander’s professional history gives his life plenty to examine.

Leave a Reply

Please log in using one of these methods to post your comment:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s