Early incarnation of Patrick Warburton as movie star, The Woman Chaser's title evokes a beach party flick but is actually a noir/parody by way of David Lynch. Which is not quite as enthralling as it sounds. Warburton (ex of Seinfeld) doesn't chase women so much as sell cars to rubes then try his hand in the movie biz. His script idea: well, it's something about a vengeance after a kid gets run over. Shot on color film and transferred to black and white -- that's about how authentic a noir The Woman Chaser ends up. Not bad, but it's about as successful at evoking Sam Spade as The Man Who Wasn't There. The film's sound, by the way, is atrocious.