Johnny Wadd travels back to San Francisco from his previous adventure in Mexico to bust a international drug ring. Along the way, he meets up with a sexy young police detective to help him, as well as a group of murderous goons will do anything in their power to kill him.
San Francisco detective Johnny Wadd searches for a stolen Oriental cat figure made from a priceless jade and comes up against both crime syndicate thugs also after the stature, and a lot of sex obsessed women wanting some action.
Everyone wants the formula for male virility that Danish scientists have developed. Wealthy but impotent Herbert Steele, who desires his secretary, Kitty, is willing to pay $1,000,000 or ... See full summary »
Private eye Johnny Wadd travels down to Mexico at the request of his old army friend, Sam, to help bust up a drug smuggling operation led by a ruthless gangster named Tyler Elliott in which Sam's ex-wife Doreen is now the wife of the gangster. However, Johnny soon finds plenty of time in between the shootouts and fistfights with various goons get some action with the local women. Written by
Tell Them Johnny Wadd Is Here (1976) and Liquid Lips (1976) were originally intended to be one movie titled "White Gold." But when Bob Chinn could not get the budget he wanted for the movie, producers agreed to let him split the movie into two films at a total combined budget close to what he wanted for the single film. See more »
...Oh, how '70's porn was glamorized in "Boogie Nights." Old John Holmes is no Mark Wahlberg, he isn't even Mark Hamill. He looks like a cross between Jim Croce and a chihuahua. Does he look like a drug addict in all his films? Edit out the same old anatomy film looking sex, and this is just a bad movie...even with the sex, this is a bad movie.
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