El Paso Wrecking Corp.

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El Paso Wrecking Corp.
El Paso Wrecking Corp. poster.jpg
Promotional theatrical poster
Directed by Tim Kincaid (as Joe Gage)
Produced by Sam Gage
Written by Tim Kincaid (as Joe Gage)
Starring Fred Halsted
Richard Locke
Music by Al Steinman
Cinematography Nick Elliot
Distributed by Joe Gage Films
Release date
Running time
64 minutes
Country United States
Language English

El Paso Wrecking Corp. (1978) is an American gay pornographic film written and directed by Tim Kincaid, better known as Joe Gage. It is the second in what has come to be known as his "Working Man Trilogy", which begins with 1976's Kansas City Trucking Co. and concludes with 1979's L.A. Tool & Die. The lead roles are by Richard Locke and Fred Halsted.


Hank (Richard Locke) and Gene (Fred Halsted) are fired from their trucker jobs after an alcohol-fueled brawl. The two search for opportunities in the blue-collar workforce, but are often distracted by other men along the way.



Adult Video News (2006) included the "Working Man Trilogy" in its list of the top ten most innovative, influential and "hottest" gay pornographic films.[citation needed]

Critical reception[edit]

TLA Video, in their review of the DVD release, was very favorable towards the film, giving it four stars out of a possible four.[1]

DVD release[edit]

The films comprising the "Working Man Trilogy" were restored and released on DVD by HIS Video.[2]


  1. ^ "Buy El Paso Wrecking Corp. on DVD". tlavideo.com. Retrieved 23 July 2012. 
  2. ^ "Buy The Joe Gage Classic Collection on DVD". tlavideo.com. Retrieved 23 July 2012. 

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