PHOTOSET CPS 1C
25th ANNIVERSARY ALBUM #1
COLT STUDIOS PRESENTS #1
COLT CLASSIC CALENDAR 1992, 1997
CLASSIC: CPS 1c
COLOR SLIDES: S-82
JAVELIN 1 Target Studios
JAVELIN 2 (Fire Island) Target Studios
JAVELIN 4 Target Studios
THE NATURAL MAN photobook (Lou Thomas)
HAWK 1 Brentwood (1977)
ADVOCATE MEN Nov 1987
INCHES Dec 2002 (1-shot)
HONCHO Aug 1979, Nov 1998, Aug 1999, Oct 1990
MANDATE July 1976, Mar 1979 (Interview + photos), June 1979
PLAYGUY v03 n10 (Cover+images), v03 n29, v03 n32
JUST MEN v03 n05 (Sept 1985)
ALEX MCKENNA'S ZIPPER #38
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BRUNO'S BIG MUSCLE PAGE: www.BigMuscle.com ( hungmucrbear #63117)
Height: 5'11'' Weight: 175 lbs.
Born in Cuba, moved to Miami, when he was 10 years old. Once interested in professional weightlifting titles, Bruno changed his mind.
"What do you really have if you're Mister America? ...Yeah I had a sponsor ...who wanted to keep me. But being kept means you have to do everything they want."
Bruno had his first pictures taken when he was eighteen.
"This guy was putting a book together, and he asked me if I wanted to be in it, and I said yes. It was sole nudes of myself and of a few other guys, but no contact."
No other photos were taken until Bruno met Jon Target, who was working for Colt Studio, before starting his own company.
"He gave me his card, and said that when I was ready to model to give him a call. About two or three months later I called him and went to New York. Then I went to California to be photographed by Rip Colt. Both sets of photographs were used in the Gallery magazine that Colt did on me."
Bruno claims he didn't have to do any pretending in Target's film Special Handling with Roger (according to Jon Target "It shows").
"I had a good time with Roger, even though he is not gay. He's married now. But he gets into the scene, and gets a hard on. For him, it's more acting than anything else. (Roger) just turned me on physically. I didn't care for him as a person. I mean, he's nice, but I don't really like to deal with straight people that much. He's nice enough that he understands the scene. At least he's not one of those macho types."
"I have a degree in business and a job in the rate department of the airline, so I don't have to depend on that (Judge at a Groovy Guy contest) sort of thing. I had an offer from a guy in England to do a gay version of Grand Hotel, but I didn't care for the people he wanted to use, like Peter Berlin. Besides, my lover gets very jealous when I go on those assignments."
excerpt of Interview by Mark Zweigler, Mandate March 1979