Vance Winter 'Taking It In' for C1R

JC Adams
LOS ANGELES — Popular performer Vance Winter makes his onscreen bottoming debut with heartthrob Jeremy Bilding in the all-male compilation "Taking It In" for Channel 1 Releasing.

An Arpad Miklos comp and Bobby Blake re-release are also on tap from the prolific production and distribution house.

"As Vance lies out by the pool taking in the sun, he recalls his favorite scenes from his favorite videos," a studio rep said. "When Jeremy arrives for a dip in the pool, Vance enjoys taking in the view. Before long, he finds himself indoors with Jeremy, bent over, and really 'taking it in.' "

Featured vignettes in the compilation are drawn from the All Worlds video catalog, among them sexpics "Andel in America" (2001), "Blond Leading the Blond" (2006), "Down the Drain" (2006) and "How the West Was Hung" (1999).

Supporting players include Andel, Brad Benton, Benjamin Bradley, Kevin Brown, Lane Fuller, Axel Garret, Antonio Madiera and Josh Vaughn.

Another new comp features hirsute, musclebound Arpad Miklos anchoring vignettes from "Fucking with the Stars" (2006), "Nomads" (2004), "Pool Boy" (2004) and "Rebel" (2004).

His costars include Ivan Andros, Luca DiCorso, Kent Larson, Miguel Leonn, Kyle Lewis, Nick Savage and Eric York.

C1R has recently released a series of best-of comps spotlighting performers Bam, Rod Barry, Dean Phoenix, Joey Stefano and Matt Summers, among others.

"Arpad has been a stud sensation since he first graced the screen with his hard, hairy body. This sexy European has an accent that will make you melt and a dick that will make your mouth water," said the rep.

Also on tap is the Bobby Blake blue movie "The Black Tie Affair," originally released by Catalina Video in 1999.

Director Mark Jensen corralled a cast that includes Flex-Deon Blake, Reese Coleman, Simon Cox, Ty Lattimore, Dennis Lee, Keith Michaels and Rod Steel.

For wholesale-retail inquiries, visit C1R online or contact sales agents Andrew Quaintance (ext. 9526) or Anthony Nunez (ext. 9559) at (800) 997-9071.