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Blonde Fire (1978)

Private eye Johnny Wadd travels to South Africa to find a priceless diamond and he seduces every woman he meets to try to get them to reveal the diamond's location.

Director:

Bob Chinn

Writer:

Jeffrey Fairbanks (screenplay) (as Jeffrey Neal)
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Cast

Complete credited cast:
John Holmes ... Johnny Wadd (as John C. Holmes)
Seka ... The Blond in San Francisco
Jesie St. James Jesie St. James ... Vickey Caruthers, DeBeers Chief of Security
Kitty Shayne Kitty Shayne ... Lorna, Vickey's Secretary
Fatima Hamoud Fatima Hamoud ... Belly Dancer
Phaery Burd Phaery Burd ... Tarine (as Fay Burd)
Jon Martin Jon Martin ... Simon, DeBeers Exec
Dorothy LeMay Dorothy LeMay ... Blackmore's Girl
James Price James Price ... Malcom Blackmore
Crimson Rose Crimson Rose ... Police Woman
John Seeman John Seeman ... Blackmore Henchman (as John Seemen)
Carl Adams Carl Adams ... Albert Amin, Chauffeur
Charles Scott Charles Scott ... Richard the Diamond Expert
Peter Kenyatta Peter Kenyatta ... Handry Club Bartender
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Storyline

Private eye Johnny Wadd travels to South Africa to find a priceless diamond and he seduces every woman he meets to try to get them to reveal the diamond's location.

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Taglines:

The further adventures of Johnny Wadd... See more »

Genres:

Adult | Crime | Drama

Certificate:

X | See all certifications »
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Details

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

14 April 1978 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Akta stenarna See more »

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Box Office

Budget:

$12,000 (estimated)
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Company Credits

Production Co:

Freeway Films See more »
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Technical Specs

Runtime:

Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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Trivia

Billed as the first film for legendary porn star Seka. See more »

Quotes

Johnny Wadd: Oh actually there was, uh, something else you can do for me.
Lorna, Vickey's Secretary: And what's that?
Johnny Wadd: What time to you get off work tonight?
Lorna, Vickey's Secretary: I'm sorry Mr. Wadd, but employees cannot associate with customers during work or after work. This is a very strict company policy.
[writes phone number on piece of paper and hands it to him]
Lorna, Vickey's Secretary: Good-bye Mr. Wadd.
Johnny Wadd: Bye, Lorna. You change your mind, you know where I'm staying.
Lorna, Vickey's Secretary: I'm sorry, Mr. Wadd, but those are the rules.
Johnny Wadd: Fortunately, rules are made to be broken. See you tonight.
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Connections

Referenced in A Certain Sacrifice (1979) See more »

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Excellent Johnny Wadd episode
3 October 2011 | by lor_See all my reviews

Thanks to terrific femme casting, BLONDE FIRE is one of my favorite Johnny Wadd movies. Filmmaker Bob Chinn went out with a bang with this one, among eight significant titles he cranked out in 1978 - a prodigious output of quality.

Setting is South Africa, though studio sets and stock footage substitute for location filming. Holmes as Wadd is there to buy the Blonde Fire diamond for $2,000,000, and is being bamboozled by slick Jon Martin and his femme head of security (!) Jesie St. James (just two big names of a truly top-notch cast roster).

Chinn gave stag loop star (and my personal favorite) Kitty Shayne her best career role in TROPIC OF DESIRE, and she's well-cast here as Jesie's secretary who seduces the Waddster, for a quite sensual XXX scene in the shower together. The payoff scene where it's revealed that Kitty is hiding the REAL diamond in her snatch is unfortunately poorly photographed in terms of omitting the needed TCU insert shot.

Dorothy LeMay and Phaery Bird also deliver high quality sex scenes, and for balance and exoticism the loops star (of Swedish Erotica) Fatima Hamoud makes a terrific impression as belly dancer and later humper opposite Holmes in her only feature film role.

St. James, THE superstar of this era, is quality all the way both in the sack (lesbian and hetero scenes) and acting-wise, and the storyline is quite interesting. Chinn omits the infamous action scenes that one associates with the Wadd series (especially after they were spoofed in BOOGIE NIGHTS), but otherwise this is top-notch porn.

Seka gets an "introducing credit" (one of several such film designations for her, alongside LITTLE ORPHAN DUSTY and HEAVENLY DESIRE), but her role is a superfluous add-on near the end of the film. Her real intro movie was TEENAGE DESIRE, a highly recommended but still unappreciated little sleeper for which she went uncredited.


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