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Tell Them Johnny Wadd Is Here (1976)

Johnny Wadd travels to Mexico to help out his old army buddy, Sam, break up a drug smuggling ring in which Sam's junkie ex-wife is romantically involved with the gangster behind all of it.


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Johnny Wadd (as John C. Holmes)
Felecia Sanda ...
Maria Luisa
Veronica Taylor ...
Doreen Elliott
Joan Devlon ...
Tyler Reynolds ...
Travis Elliott (as Tyler Moore)
Damon Christian ...
Sam Kelly (as Paul Stifflerin)
Michelle Scher ...
Linda Bartels
Lazaro Valdez ...
Ringo Salvador (as Lazaro Valdes)
Michael C. Le Duff ...
Fermín Castillo del Muro ...
Ringo's Gunman #1
Rosario Carrillo ...
Ringo's Gunman #2
Greg Anderson ...
Elliott's Goon #1
Jerry Wade ...
Elliott's Goon #2
Carl Adams ...
Elsa Sanchez ...


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 Anonymous

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When Johnny Wadd sees a woman he wants, he takes her!


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October 1976 (USA)  »

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Action in Love  »

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$12,000 (estimated)

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1.37 : 1
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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 »


Doreen Elliott: What are you doing here John?
Johnny Wadd: Well, let's just say I don't like my friends being turned into spaghetti sauce.
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Theme from 'La Resa dei conti'
Composed by Ennio Morricone
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Tell Them I Shut This Off...
9 December 1999 | by (Minot, North Dakota) – See all my reviews

...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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