Joe Gage, Ray Dragon Celebrate the Money Shot

Joe Gage, Ray Dragon Celebrate the Money Shot
JC Adams
NEW YORK CITY — A compilation tape featuring nothing but money shots is the latest release from D/G Mutual Media, the nascent specialty label formed by director Joe Gage and performer-director Ray Dragon.

As its title suggests, "Dragon Cumblasts Vol. One" consists entirely of clips of the raison d'etre of most porn flicks — the cumshot. "Sex-crazed, thick-dicked first-timers and hunky male adult stars suck, jack and fuck their way to load after load in the first volume of this man-to-man feature-length cumshot compilation," the studio said.

Featured players include Jake Deckard, Ray Dragon, Doug Jeffries, George Glass, Arpad Miklos, Mario Ortiz, Allen Silver, and others.

The running time is approximately 94 minutes.

"The footage has been chosen from all the movies in the Ray Dragon catalog, as well as cumshots taken from the online site," Gage told XBIZ. "No bells and whistles; sperm only."

The first D/G Media film — "Closed Set Oral Report," a continuation of a signature series for the director whose first installment was released in 1980 — was released late last year and Gage is pleased with the response it received. "It's been getting some great reviews, and going like gangbusters," he said.

Both men are Hall of Famers with iconic reputations. Gage directed the legendary trilogy of "L.A. Tool & Die," "El Paso Wrecking Corp." and "Kansas City Trucking Co." in the 1970s. He returned to adult in 2001 following a break of nearly two decades.

Dragon is an entrepreneur whose career in gay adult began in 1990 with several photo shoots and solo jack-off sessions for legendary Colt Studio photographer Jim French.

Despite the instant fame bestowed by those early shoots, Dragon subsequently took a decade-long hiatus from the industry. He returned in 2001 as a performer for Titan Media and Colt and eventually formed his own studio, Dragon Media.

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