Bits and Bobs: Collin O’Neal Productions will break from Raging Stallion Studios and self-distribute starting with COLLIN O’NEAL’S WORLD OF MEN: MIAMI (click here to watch it). “Over the past few months I have been talking with retailers throughout the U.S. and Europe and realized my DVD products are still in high demand in a market where DVD sales are declining,” Mr. O’Neal says. Raging Stallion CEO “Chris Ward helped me so much in the past two years. His knowledge, kindness and professionalism mean a lot to me.” Click here for news about Brent Corrigan…

Constant Reader DeWayne in SD forwards an amusing item about Brent Corrigan (via gay blog Silence of the Chinchillas, a title I love). Over at, an online auction is underway, offering a set of “classic threadbare boxers” and a T-shirt. As of 1:40pm today, the current bid was $1100! Mr. Corrigan wore the boxers in a scene with Brent Everett as well as in various photo shoots. “They’ve held up well,” he writes, “my ass spent so much time grinding away at the fibers that they have worn into the perfect, sheer weight.”

And that T-shirt isn’t any old garment. Oh, no, sirree! It’s the T-shirt he wore during Cobra Video‘s SCHOOLBOY CRUSH, the fuck flick filmed back in 2004 when Mr. Corrigan was underage—three or four months shy of 18—and is no longer available for obvious reasons. He sure knows his audience.

The entire package includes a signed copy of his upcoming BRENT CORRIGAN’S SUMMIT, and two signed photos. The auction closes this Friday, March 7.

[Bijan, Alex Ryder © Collin O’Neal Productions; Corrigan ©]


13 Comments so far

  1. Will on March 5, 2008 3:00 am

    JC Adams: “. . .and [the T-shirt] is no longer available for obvious reasons.” Could you please clarify, at the risk of stating the obvious? (Not that I’m bidding, mind you.) Do you mean it was seized as evidence?!?

  2. EdWoody on March 5, 2008 3:26 am

    No, I think he’s talking about the movie in which it was worn, not the T-shirt itself. The movie is no longer available because he was underage in it.

  3. Sinu' on March 5, 2008 7:30 am

    Presumbably the proceeds from the auction will go to his favourite charity? Or does charity begin at home!

  4. Sinu' on March 5, 2008 7:30 am

    Presumbably the proceeds from the auction will go to his favourite charity? Or does charity begin at home!

  5. DeWayne on March 5, 2008 11:15 am

    Yes it was the video although on close inspection that T-shirt has some interesting “stains” 😉

  6. Will on March 5, 2008 2:15 pm

    Does anyone know if it’s illegal to share that video online (aside from copyright issues), because it is ALL OVER the video sharing sites. And I could swear I’ve seen it for sale.

  7. jim on March 5, 2008 3:18 pm

    If you own, sell or share a full copy of that video, then you are playing with fire, yes.

  8. Will on March 5, 2008 6:35 pm

    @Jim: Why do you specify “a full copy”? He’s just as young in a clip.

  9. jim on March 5, 2008 7:07 pm

    Good point Will…what I mean is, a full copy or an X-rated clip.

  10. DeWayne on March 6, 2008 1:14 pm

    Will Schoolboy Crush was on sale in a shop in Sydney back in February according to a source of mine. Although technically “Child Porn” the reality is we could never get our own FBI to arrest Bryan Kocis even with full on proof presented!

    If they are not little kiddies in the videos the US Gov’t could care less!

    FYI the clip on You Tube is Legal since NO Sexual activity is depicted (Nothing X-rated)

  11. Will on March 7, 2008 3:04 am

    @DeWayne: The clips I’m referencing are not on YouTube but porn sites like GayForIt and others. Unexpurgated. (BTW did you see the question I had for you attached to previous story?)

  12. DeWayne on March 9, 2008 7:19 pm

    Yes Will I know about those sites and I do believe Brent has complained they will come down for awhile then reappear. No I missed your question can you repeat it here and I’ll answer.

  13. Will on March 9, 2008 9:37 pm

    @DeWayne: Since it’s essentially the same topic, I guess it’s OK. My question concerned your citing of a Jeff Browning underage scandal in the Nineties, which intrigued me greatly because I never heard of it. Could you elaborate a little or send me to a source?

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