Warhol superstar and sexual revolution stand out Joe Dallesandro met the Pop Art personality during the filming of the twenty-five hour-long avant-garde film Four Stars (1967). After the success of his third Andy Warhol flick, Flesh (1968) in which the artsy actor is nude through almost the entirety of the film, showing off hard ons, gonads and ass, this cut star became a sex symbol for the underground gay subculture. In a review of the film Vincent Camby of the New York Times wrote, "His physique is so magnificently shaped that men as well as women become disconnected at the sight of him." Now that’s skinema!
Joe disrobed in countless other Warhol flicks, including Trash (1970), Heat (1972) and Flesh For Frankenstein (1973), each film showing off his miraculous uncut dink. Joe went on to enjoy great crossover success within the mainstream, but he has yet to show off his Frankenweenie like he did in those old Warhol films. Still, when it comes to Mr. Dallesandro, his dilly-ho wins best in show!
I Love You, I Don't (1976) - as Krassky
The Gardener (1974) - as Carl, the Gardener