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Screenplays by Ed Wood

Ed Wood, born Edward Davis Wood, Jr. (1924 – 1978), American film director and screenwriter, creator of low-budget science fiction and horror films which eventually gave him cult status. His Plan 9 from Outer Space was declared 'the worst movie of all time' in The Golden Turkey Awards.

Year 
Title
Other Titles
Director 
Length[1]
1948 The Streets of Laredo Crossroads of Laredo Edward D. Wood, Jr.

23

1951 The Sun Was Setting   The Sun Also Sets
Edward D. Wood, Jr.

20

1953 Boots  
Edward D. Wood, Jr.

25

1953 Crossroad Avenger The Adventures of the Tucson Kid Edward D. Wood, Jr.

50/24

1953 Glen or Glenda? He or She; I Changed My Sex; I Led 2 Lives; The Transvestite Edward D. Wood, Jr.

74/68/65/61

1954 The Lawless Rider[2]   Yakima Canutt

62

1954 Jail Bait[3] Hidden Face Edward D. Wood, Jr.

72

1956 Bride of the Monster[3] Bride of the Atom; Monster of the Marshes; The Atomic Monster
Edward D. Wood, Jr.

68

1956 The Violent Years Female; Girl Gang Terrorists; Teenage Girl Gang  William M. Morgan

65/58

1957 The Final Curtain   Edward D. Wood, Jr.

20

1957 The Night the Banshee Cried  
 
Edward D. Wood, Jr.

22

1958

The Bride and the Beast

Queen of the Gorillas
Adrian Weiss

78

1959 Revenge of the Virgins[4]  
Peter Perry, Jr.

53

1959
Plan 9 from Outer Space Grave Robbers from Outer Space
Edward D. Wood, Jr.

79

1959 Night of the Ghouls[5] Dr. Acula; Revenge of the Dead

Edward D. Wood, Jr.

70

1960 The Sinister Urge Hellborn; Rock & Roll Hell; The Young and the Immoral

Edward D. Wood, Jr.
(as E.D. Wood)

76

1962 Married Too Young[6] I Married Too Young George Moskov;
Edward D. Wood, Jr.[6]

76

1963
Shotgun Wedding[7]
 

Boris L. Petroff

62

1965 Orgy of the Dead[5] A.C. Stephen’s Orgy of the Dead; Orgy of the Vampires 
Stephen Apostolof
(as A.C. Stephen)

92/82

1969

Gun Runners  
Donald A. Davis
 
1969 The Love Feast[3][6] Pretty Models All in a Row; The Photographer 
Joseph F. Robertson

59/63

1969 One Million AC/DC[8]  
Ed De Priest

65

1969

Operation Redlight[5]  
Don Doyle

90

1970 Excited[8]  
Edward D. Wood, Jr.[8]

53

1970 Take It Out in Trade  
Edward D. Wood, Jr.

80

1970 The Double Garden The Devil Garden; The Revenge of Doctor X; Venus Flytrap 
Kenneth G. Crane

94

1971 The Only House  
Edward D. Wood, Jr.

60

1971 Necromania: A Tale of Weird Love[6] Necromania Edward D. Wood, Jr.
(as Don Miller)

54/51

1972 The Class Reunion[3]   Stephen Apostolof
(as A.C. Stephen)

90/83

1972 Drop-Out Wife[3] Pleasure Unlimited Stephen Apostolof
(as A.C. Stephen)

94/82

1972 The Undergraduate   Jacques Descent

68

1972 The Snow Bunnies[3]   Stephen Apostolof
(as A.C. Stephen)
 
1974 Fugitive Girls[3] Five Loose Women; Hot on the Trail; Women’s Penitentiary VIII 
Stephen Apostolof
(as A.C. Stephen)

92/84

1976 The Cocktail Hostesses[3]   Stephen Apostolof
(as A.C. Stephen)

80

1976 The Beach Bunnies[3]
Red, Hot and Sexy; Sun Bunnies 
Stephen Apostolof

90

1978 Hot Ice[3]   Stephen Apostolof

94



Notes

1. Minutes
2. Credited as Johnny Carpenter
3. Co-wrote screenplay
4. Credited as Peter La Roche
5. From his novel
6. Uncredited
7. Credited as Larry Lee
8. Credited as Akdon Telmig

Sources

Craig, R. Ed Wood, Mad Genius: A Critical Study of the Films. North Carolina: McFarland & Company, Inc., 2009.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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