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Idol Country

Idol Country

Released Feb 01st, 1995
Running Time 80
Director Chi Chi LaRue
Company HIS Gold Video
Cast Mike Chavez, Steve Marks, J.T. Sloan, Rod Majors, Tanner Reeves, Grant Larson, Wolff, Trent Reed, Marco Rossi, Jake Andrews, Ryan Idol
Critical Rating AAAA
Genre Gay and Bi



Director LaRue indulges his 1930's Hollywood sensibilities with this tale of a spoiled society brat spending a long weekend on a farm on a bet. Ryan Idol plays the Jean Harlow role, and Steve Marks is the earnest farmer who woos him. (Joel McCrea, maybe?)

It all begins with lovers Marco Rossi and Grant Larson lounging poolside, having sweaty sex and then contemplating the upcoming party at their posh house in the hills to celebrate Ryan's birthday. Grant likes Ryan; Marco doesn't. At the party, superstud Ryan (in forma attire, except for his famous endowment) is orally serviced by two naked worshipers (J.T. Sloan and Tyler Regan). Tanner Reeves and Wolff watch and jack off. Then Marco, just to make trouble, comes up with the idea of wagering that the sluttish Ryan can't be faithful to one man for a whole weekend – and that's how birthday boy Idol ends up going off to the country with the unsuspecting Steve Marks.

The farmhands are as horny as the city boys. Out in the barn, Trent Reed shows Jake Andrews how he gets those pumped-up biceps – by doing push-ups over Jake's face. Some romantic Latin-on-Latin coupling between Rod Majors and Mike Chavez segues nicely into the romantic climax between Harlow and McCrea – I mean, Idol and Marks.

Idol works well in this sort of role, and LaRue is legendary for perfect casting. The result is a solid hit.

Editor's Note: No doubt, this is the most superb acting job ever done by Ryan Idol, and it's also the best script ever written by Gender, and many critics feel it's the prolific Chi Chi LaRue's best work. The look of the box – which has a younger, improved, very charming Idol – is perhaps one of the most inviting boxes Idol has ever done. He looks like an 18-year-old with the haircut, and it's sure to create a whole generation of new fans.

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