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Majestic Knights

Majestic Knights

Released Nov 01st, 1991
Running Time 75
Director Sebastian Lore
Company Paul Norman Productions
Cast Brett Williams, Alex Thomas, Trixie Tyler, Damien Crosse, Mark Andrews, Danny Summers, Dolph Knight, Wes Daniels, Damien (II)
Critical Rating AAA 1/2
Genre Gay and Bi



The premise of this one is a winner: Dolph Knight specializes in releasing “straight” men from their closets, employing Damien as his main disciple and creating a magic wine that dissolves all inhibitions. Knight’s opening solo and the first two scenes live up to the script’s premise, but the final two scenes are something of a letdown, showing considerably less imagination. Knight is particularly disappointing in his full-action scene – he should have downed some of his own wine before the shoot.


Damien, with a new haircut that increases his sex appeal fivefold, gives a high-spirited performance, while Dallas Taylor is at his best as the butler who drinks the wine by mistake. His under-the-table “service” is a classic combination of heat and humor. Danny Summers and Alex Thomas make a fine duo, but when Steve Ryder enters the scene, it’s definitely a case of “three’s a crowd”.


The two best performers are newcomer Wes Daniels (you want butch? Here it is, with complete versatility in the sack) and Sharon Kane as a married couple targeted for liberation. Kane’s improvisations as the chatty wife who just can’t shut up are a comic wonder, while Daniels as her resigned husband proves that his acting skills are almost as impressive as his sexual charisma. As for “Sebastian Lore,” I betcha anything that he’s really Chi Chi LaRue. The cast, if nothing else, says it all. Stores should note this one.

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