Private eye Johnny Wadd relentlessly sets out to solve the murder of a former girlfriend, and encounters various female suspects leading him to the leader of a vicious gang that runs San Francisco's Chinatown.
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While Bob Chinn is indeed a pioneer in his field, "Johnny Wadd" had very little storyline. The sex scenes had a lot to be desired as well. As a MILF lover, I will admit that it was refreshing to see an older women in one of the scenes. Most of the film takes place in one room. The exterior shots last all of a few minutes. As one who still prefers The Golden Age of Erotica, Chin still succeeds. "Johnny Wadd" still has a "feature film" feel. It's not today's run-of-the-mill assemblyline of camcorder porn, where all the chicks have bad tattoos, blonde hair, tan lines, and very little eroticism. Sorry, but spitting on genitalia is not arousing! As a curiosity, it's worth a view. Otherwise, there are far better classic films to be seen.
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