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Kansas City Trucking Co. Directed by Tim Kincaid (as Joe Gage) Produced by Sam Gage Starring Richard Locke Steve Boyd Jack Wrangler Music by Al Steinman Cinematography Nick Elliot Distributed by Joe Gage Films Release date(s) 1976 Running time 67 min. Country  United States Language English Kansas City Trucking Co. is a 1976 gay pornographic film and the first in what has come to be known as directors Sam and Joe Gage's "Working Man Trilogy".[1][2] The film was produced in San Francisco,[1] and starred Richard Locke, Steve Boyd, and Jack Wrangler. Gage's "Working Man Trilogy" begins with Kansas City Trucking Co. (1976), continues with El Paso Wrecking Corp. (1977),[2] and concludes with L.A. Tool & Die (1979).[2] Contents 1 Plot summary 2 Cast 3 Crew 4 Behind the scenes 5 Awards 6 DVD releases 7 See also 8 Notes 9 References 10 Further reading 11 External links Plot summary Hank, a trucker, turns out new hire Joe on a long haul to the West Coast. The men masturbate together while on the road and participate in an all-male orgy at a truckers' bunkhouse in Los Angeles. The film features several trucking related double-entendres such as "wide load", "heavy load" and "men at work".[2] Cast Steve Boyd as Joe Bud Jaspar as Fred Richard Locke as Hank Duff Paxton as Dan Maria Reina as Joe's Girl Skip Sheppard as Billy, a hitchhiker Dane Tremmel as Otis, a cowboy Kurt Williams as Desert Rat Jack Wrangler as Jack Crew Jon Denberg, still photographer Nick Elliot, cinematography Don Fraiser, transportation Sam Gage, producer Tim Kincaid (as Joe Gage), director Tim Kincaid (as Joe Gage), screenplay Glen Nathan, sound Al Steinman, original music Behind the scenes Richard Locke is the only actor to appear in all three "Working Man Trilogy" films. The original film included a "piss scene" not included in DVD releases as the result of distribution editing over the years, in which Richard Locke and Jack Wrangler were seen urinating on an unknown man, followed by Richard Locke and Steve Boyd urinating on Jack Wrangler. "Working Man Trilogy" was originally called "Kansas City Trilogy". Awards Director Joe Gage became a 2001 GayVN Video Awards Hall of Fame inductee, largely because of the significance of the "Working Man" trilogy. James McCourt described Gage as "the Douglas Sirk of queer porn."[3] In 2006, Adult Video News named "Working Man Trilogy" to the top ten most innovative, influential, and hottest gay movies of all time. DVD releases The films comprising "Working Man Trilogy" have been restored and are available on DVD. See also Tim Kincaid Gay pornography List of gay porn stars List of gay pornographic movie studios Bisexual pornography (genre) Notes ^ a b David Smith Allyn (2001). Make love, not war: the sexual revolution, an unfettered history. Taylor & Francis. p. 235. ISBN 0415929423. http://books.google.co.uk/books?id=NE9lfn0FBHUC&source=gbs_navlinks_s.  ^ a b c d Burger, p.40 ^ McCourt, James. Queer Street: The Rise and Fall of an American Culture, 1947-1985. W. W. Norton & Company, 2003. ISBN (0-393-05051-3) References Burger, John Robert (1995). One-handed histories: the eroto-politics of gay male video pornography. Haworth Press. ISBN 1560248602. http://books.google.co.uk/books?id=Dt47wpS98JQC&source=gbs_navlinks_s.  Further reading McCourt, James. Queer Street: The Rise and Fall of an American Culture, 1947-1985. W. W. Norton & Company, 2003. ISBN (0-393-05051-3) Ramone, Mike, Tim Connelly, Peter Stokes, Acme Anderson (2006). The AVN Guide to the 500 Greatest Adult Films of All Time. Thunder's Mouth Press. (ISBN 1-56025-719-9). External links Kansas City Trucking Co. (1976 film) at the Internet Movie Database