Trick Time (1984) was directed by Joseph Yale, and featured Tim Kramer (with Danny Bliss), Johnny Dawes (with Jon King, Shawn Thomas, and Clay Russell), and Michael Christopher (with Danny Combs). After each scene, Joseph and Fred Halsted interviewed one of the performers.
Michael Christopher & Jon King Joseph Yale directing (early 1980s)
Promo: “Cosco's latest entry stars Michael Christopher, Tim Kramer, Johnny Dawes, Jon King and Clay Russell, and with an all-star lineup like that, the outfit's first film since ‘ALLEYCATS’ looks to be a strong summer performer. The Cosco team of Fred Halsted (producer) and Joseph Yale (writer-director) again join forces as they do in all Cosco's product, and the result seems to get better with each succeeding picture. The 85-minute feature springboards its action from filmed ‘interviews’ with Kramer, Dawes and Christopher, in which they talk about their sexual fantasies and then experience those fantasies before the camera. The idea obviously works, because insiders report the Michael Christopher sequence (with Danny Combs) is a real screen sizzler and that Johnny Dawes climaxed five times while topping co-star Jon King, and could have gone a sixth if director Yale hadn't run out of film!” (Studflix magazine - source [possibly Vol. 3, No. 1, 1984]).
Here are just the interviews from the film.
Tim Kramer and Johnny Dawes' eulogies in Manshots (Vol. 5, No. 3, February 1993 [p. 84] and Vol. 2, No. 4, January 1990 [p. 74]).
Edited by Alexioz