Bob Chinn

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Bob Chinn
Born (1943-05-10) May 10, 1943 (age 71)[1]
Hawaii, USA
Nationality American[1]
Other names 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[2]
Ethnicity Asian[1]
No. of adult films 13 as 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[3] and the XRCO Hall of Fame.[4]

Chinn started his career circa 1970[2] after graduating from UCLA film school in 1966. He directed Candy Stripers,[2] which is listed in the XRCO Hall of Fame.[5][6][7] He also created and directed the 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 (1973) a.k.a. "Johnny Wadd & His 13 Calibur Weapon"
  • 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), a.k.a. Johnny Wadd and the Sword of Charlemagne 1
  • Silk and Seduction (2002), a.k.a. Johnny Wadd and the Sword of Charlemagne 2
  • Passion and Betrayal (2002), a.k.a. 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
  • Disco Lady
  • Baby Cakes


  1. ^ a b c "Bob Chinn - Director". Retrieved 19 October 2013. 
  2. ^ a b c "Bob Chinn". Retrieved 19 October 2013. 
  3. ^ 1999 Inductees at the Wayback Machine (archived May 8, 1999)
  4. ^ 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.
  5. ^ 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.
  6. ^ "The XRCO Hall of Fame", Adam Film World Guide 1990 Directory of Adult Films, p. 17
  7. ^ Candy Stripers at the Internet Movie Database. Retrieved on 2007-10-25.

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