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Films directed 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 Production/ Distributing Co. Producer
Length[1]
1948   The Streets of Laredo[2]   Crossroads of Laredo   Wood-Thomas Pictures   Tony Lawrence;
John C. Thomas
23
1951   The Sun Was Setting   The Sun Also Sets   Empire Productions; WDBC Productions   Milton Bowron;
Joe Carter;
Don Davis;
Edward D. Wood, Jr
20
1953   Boots     Tucson Kid Productions    
25
1953   Crossroad Avenger   The Adventures of the Tucson Kid   Tucson Kid Productions   John E. Clarke;
Lew Dubin;
Edward D. Wood, Jr
50/24
1953   Glen or Glenda?   He or She; I Changed My Sex; I Led 2 Lives; The Transvestite   Screen Classics Inc.   George Weiss
74/68/65/61
1953   Trick Shooting with Kenne Duncan       Ronald V. Ashcroft
10
1954   Jail Bait   Hidden Face   Howco Productions Inc.   Edward D. Wood, Jr
72
1956   Bride of the Monster   Bride of the Atom; Monster of the Marshes; The Atomic Monster   Rolling M. Productions; Banner Productions Inc.   Donald E. McCoy
68
1957   The Final Curtain     Atomic Productions Inc.   Walter Brannon;
Anthony Cardoza;
Tom Mason;
Ernest S. Moore;
Edward D. Wood, Jr
20
1957   The Night the Banshee Cried       Atomic Productions Inc.   Edward D. Wood, Jr
22
1959   Plan 9 from Outer Space   Grave Robbers from Outer Space   Reynolds Pictures Inc.; Distributors Corporation of America Inc.; International Film Distributors; Grand National Pictures Ltd.   Edward D. Wood, Jr
79
1959   Night of the Ghouls   Dr. Acula; Revenge of the Dead   Atomic Productions Inc.; Wade Williams Productions     Edward D. Wood, Jr
70
1960   The Sinister Urge   Hellborn; Rock & Roll Hell; The Young and the Immoral   Headliner Productions   Roy Reid
76
1970   Excited     G & J Productions; Canyon Distributing Company      
53
1970   Take It Out in Trade       Ashdown-Gonzalez Productions   Edward Ashdown;
Richard Gonzalez;
Roy Corrigan
80
1971   The Only House       Cinema Classics; Stacey Films     
60
1971 Necromania: A Tale of Weird Love Necromania Cinema Classics; Stacey Distributors Edward D. Wood, Jr
(as Don Miller)
54/51


Notes

1. Minutes
2. Restored in 1995.

Sources

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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