May 10, 1943 [1 ]
Daniel Hu Song, Daniel Husong, Danny Hussong, Harry Who, Sparky Shayne, Robert Husong, Robert Chinn, Robert C. Chinn, R. Hussong, Wizard Glick, Bob Chin, Bob A. Lain
No. of adult films
actor (non-sex) and 73 as director (per IAFD)
Bob Chinn is an American pornographic film director and actor. He is a member the AVN Hall of Fame and the [3 ] XRCO Hall of Fame. [4 ]
Chinn started his career circa 1970
after graduating from UCLA film school in 1966. He directed [2 ] , Candy Stripers which is listed in the XRCO Hall of Fame. [2 ] [5 ] [6 ] He also created and directed the [7 ] Johnny Wadd series of films featuring actor John C. Holmes. He made a total of 9 films with John Holmes in this series. Later, he was extensively interviewed in the documentary film: Wadd: The Life & Times of John C. Holmes. In the 2000s, Chinn directed a new Johnny Wadd series which featured Joel Lawrence as Wadd.
Selected Filmography [ edit ]
Johnny Wadd main series [ edit ]
Johnny Wadd (1971)
Flesh of the Lotus (1971)
Blonde in Black Lace (1972)
Tropic of Passion (1973)
Liquid Lips (1976)
Tell Them Johnny Wadd Is Here (1976)
The Jade Pussycat (1977)
The China Cat (1978)
Blonde Fire (1978)
The Return of Johnny Wadd (1986) - directed by Patty Rhodes
Johnny Wadd follow-up series [ edit ]
Re-enter Johnny Wadd (2001)
Satin and Sabotage (2001) [aka Johnny Wadd and the Sword of Charlemagne 1]
Silk and Seduction (2002) [aka Johnny Wadd and the Sword of Charlemagne 2]
Passion and Betrayal (2002) [aka Johnny Wadd and the Sword of Charlemagne 3]
Oriental Kitten (1975)
Pizza Girls (1977)
Prisoner of Paradise
Tropic of Desire
Little Orphan Dusty (1978) - movie poster mimicking the iconic Farrah Fawcett red swimsuit poster
References [ edit ]
^ a b c "Bob Chinn - Director" . Retrieved 19 October 2013.
^ a b c "Bob Chinn" . Retrieved 19 October 2013.
^ 1999 Inductees
^ Joe Kerr, "XRCO's 3rd Annual 'Heart-On' Awards! Porndom's Hottest Film & Video Awards Show Sets The Standard For The Industry", Erotic X-Film Guide, August 1987, Vol. 5 No. 8, pp. 19–30.
^ Jeremy Stone, "Heart-ons in Hollywood: The 5th Annual XRCO Adult Film & Video Awards", Adam Film World, September 1989, Vol. 13, No. 1, p. 10–11, 54.
^ "The XRCO Hall of Fame", Adam Film World Guide 1990 Directory of Adult Films, p. 17
^ at the Candy Stripers Internet Movie Database. Retrieved on 2007-10-25.
External links [ edit ]