The writer/producer/star had too many hats to cover the things he needed to do. The film made it to premier in Marietta and died a merciful death, before DVDs kept some alive. I worked another film as the Director of Cinematography, paid on a per diem basis. That one probably went to the little booths in adult stores. It wasn't porno, but close. The same things are on cable now.
When I first got out of the Navy I worked for a small company making background shots for Dent Myers, a re enactor who looked and acted like Stonewall Jackson. We made some beautiful scenes, but there was no money for writing and editing. When my boss was ubable to pay me, I had to quit and go work for another outfit. I doubt if anything was ever done with the film, as the company died, and Dent went back to Kennesaw. After he retired from Lockheed, he had a Civil War antique store there. Dent was known as "The Wild Man". If he's still alive, he'd be in his late 80s. Be kind to these little films, Most are made out of a desire to tell a real story; it just doesn't always work out that way. Stan