Leo and Lance
- William Higgins
- Laguna Pacific
- Aaron Gage , Bobby Madison , Brandon Walker , Cal Barry , Eric Ryan , Gary Tucker , Johanne Scott , Lance , Leo Ford , Micky McCoy , Rick St. Clair , Rob Montessa , Steve Lyons , Tim Richards
- Pre-Condom ⋅ Prison / Jail ⋅ Outdoor Sex ⋅
Leo Ford and Lance's Timeless Romp
(This was filmed when uncut guys were definitely a bit more taboo) Despite this, what a scene it is! Lance meets up with Leo Ford after Ford performs a brief outdoor solo. The quickly move to Ford's cabin in the woods where a romantic and playful musical score accompanies their sex.
After some mutual cocksucking, sixty-nining and rimming, Ford sets his butt down onto Lance's uncut cock. This duet lingers in memory. Ford is clearly very turned on my Lance, and they both shoot great money shots.
Leo and Lance is filled with hot sex. Another standout is the fifth scene, a memorable sequence filmed in a prison setting. The threeway features Eric Ryan, Rick St. Pierre and Cal Berry. Ryan and Berry are busted by a plainclothes cop (Higgins in a rare cameo role). They go to jail.
Once there, they meet their naked, uncut cellmate, St. Pierre. They are all very friendly guys because they are pawing each other in about three seconds. The highlight is the chain screwing with St. Pierre humping Ryan, who is humping Barry.
There is extensive anal action, finished with three impressive money shots.
Leo Ford Meets The Amazing Bobby MadisonThe seventh scene is a threeway with Ford, Aaron Gage and the always amazing Bobby Madison (French Lieutenant's Boys). The three guys move through highly energetic sexplay. Here again, they appear to really be turned on with each other.
At one point, Gage is an enthusiastic bottom for Ford, then Madison, and then Ford again. The sequence is capped by Higgins' trademark slow motion money shots. Madison and Ford explode in unison.
Leo and Lance contains not a single uninteresting frame. The thirteen man cast is pretty large for 1983. And when one of the stiff-dicked California boys is not gracing the screen, Higgins is showing lovely West Coast countryside.
Technically the film is excellent. Everything is adroitly edited and well lighted. This movie also marks a departure from the repetitive disco thumping that graced the movies up to that time. The films have specific music that is appropriate to each sequence.
Higgins always carried a good ear for music in movies, which extends to his contemporary movies filmed in the Czech Republic.
The scene with Ford and Lance for example, contains a soft, romantic guitar that greatly adds weight to the scene.
This is clearly an all time favorite and a treasure trove of golden boys.