Al Parker 1976

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Vintage nude photo of Al Parker, who died 30 years ago today, by COLT Studios, 1976. This image has been removed from a magazine and is ready for framing. Al Parker (June 25, 1952 – August 17, 1992) was a gay adult film performer, producer and director who died of AIDS in San Francisco. Born Andrew "Drew" Okun in Natick, Massachusetts, he attended @bostonu and studied medicine but later moved to Los Angeles to study film making. He made Redondo Beach his home and worked as a gas pump attendant in order to survive. Later he was employed as a butler at the Playboy Mansion by Hugh Hefner. Parker’s career in gay film started when he was "discovered" by Rip Colt, founder of Colt Studios. It was Colt who gave him the name Al Parker after his favorite illustrator. Measures 5.5x6 inches

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Weight 9 oz
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