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  1. Edward Davis Wood, Jr., más conocido como Ed Wood, fue un director, productor, guionista, editor y actor de cine estadounidense, que quedó definido tras su muerte como el peor director de todos los tiempos, gracias a la dirección desastrosa de películas como Glen o Glenda, Bride of the Monster, Night of the Ghouls y Plan 9 from Outer Space. Actualmente es valorado como «director de culto» y es considerado como el precursor del subgénero de serie Z. En las décadas de 1960 y 1970, se ...

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    • Daniel Davis, Ann Gora, Edward D. Wood Jr., Akdov Telmig
  2. Ed Wood es una película estadounidense cómica y biográfica de 1994 coproducida y dirigida por Tim Burton y protagonizada por Johnny Depp, Martin Landau, Sarah Jessica Parker, Patricia Arquette y Bill Murray. La película narra la vida del famoso director de cine bizarro y de culto Ed Wood. Fue escrita por Scott Alexander y Larry Karaszewski y está basada en la biografía Nightmare of Ecstasy, escrita por Rudolph Grey. Fue rodada en blanco y negro por decisión personal de ...

    • Nightmare of Ecstasy, de Rudolph Grey
    • Tim Burton, Denise Di Novi
    • Scott Alexander, Larry Karaszewski
    • Tim Burton
  3. › title › tt0109707Ed Wood (1994) - IMDb

    7 de oct. de 1994 · Ambitious but troubled movie director Edward D. Wood Jr. tries his best to fulfill his dreams, despite his lack of talent. Director Tim Burton Writers Rudolph Grey (book "Nightmare of Ecstasy") Scott Alexander Larry Karaszewski Stars Johnny Depp Martin Landau Sarah Jessica Parker See production, box office & company info Watch on Prime Video

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    • Tim Burton
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    • Biography, Comedy, Drama
  4. Título original: Ed Wood. Sinopsis: Ed Wood es un joven director de cine, un visionario sin ninguna formación académica, aficionado a vestirse de mujer y con muy pocas oportunidades de hacer películas en un gran estudio. Sin embargo no ...Puedes ver Ed Wood mediante Suscripción,Alquiler,Compra en las plataformas: Disney Plus,Google Play Movies,Rakuten TV,Amazon Video

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    • Stefan Czapsky (B&W)
    • Tim Burton
  5. › wiki › Ed_WoodEd Wood - Wikipedia

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    Wood's father, Edward Sr., worked for the United States Post Office Department as a custodian, and his family relocated numerous times around the United States. Eventually, they settled in Poughkeepsie, New York, where Ed Wood Jr. was born in 1924. According to Wood's second wife, Kathy O'Hara, Wood's mother Lillian would dress him in girl's clothi...

    Directing and screenwriting

    In 1947, Wood moved to Hollywood, California, where he wrote scripts and directed television pilots, commercials and several forgotten micro-budget westerns, most of which failed to sell. In 1948, Wood wrote, produced, directed, and starred in The Casual Company, a play derived from his own unpublished novel which was based on his service in the United States Marine Corps. It opened at the Village Playhouse to negative reviews on October 25. That same year, he wrote and directed a low-budget...

    Books and novels

    Beginning in 1963 up until his death, Wood wrote at least 80 lurid crime and sex novels in addition to hundreds of short stories and non-fiction pieces for magazines and daily newspapers. His novels include Black Lace Drag (1963) (reissued in 1965 as Killer in Drag), Orgy of the Dead (1965), Parisian Passions (1966), Watts the Difference (1966), Side-Show Siren (1966), Drag Trade (1967), Watts After (1967), Devil Girls (1967), It Takes One to Know One (1967), Death of a Transvestite (1967), S...

    Unrealized projects

    1. Dr. Acula - Wood was supposed to write and direct this proposed 1953 TV series in which Bela Lugosi was supposed to play a mysterious investigator of the supernatural, to be produced by Ted Allan. (Lugosi mentioned it when he appeared that year on You Asked for It.) 2. Sequel to Mother Riley Meets the Vampire - Lugosi was offered the lead role in a proposed 1953 sequel to the Mother Riley comedy film he made in England in 1951, provided he travel back to England to appear in it. This seque...

    Relationships and marriages

    Wood was in a long term relationship with actress and songwriter Dolores Fuller, whom he met in late 1952. She was in the process of divorcing her first husband Donald Fuller, with whom she had had two sons. Wood and Fuller shared an apartment for three years, and Wood cast her in three of his films: Glen or Glenda, Jail Bait and, in a very brief cameo, in Bride of the Monster. Fuller later said she initially had no idea that Wood was a crossdresser and was mortified when she saw Wood dressed...

    Alleged daughter

    Ed Wood was shocked to learn he had fathered an illegitimate daughter after World War II with a young woman he had dated while he was in the Marines. According to Conrad Brooks, Wood and his wife Kathy only met the young woman (also named Kathy) in 1967 when she was already 21 years old. Born on May 23, 1946, the girl had been living in Lancaster, California and had managed to trace her father's whereabouts. Wood's mother Lillian said she had been contacted by the girl back in 1963 when she s...


    In Rudolph Grey's 1992 biography Nightmare of Ecstasy: The Life and Art of Edward D. Wood Jr., Wood's wife Kathy O’Hara recalls that Wood told her that his mother dressed him in girls' clothing as a child. O’Hara stated that Wood's transvestitism was not a sexual inclination, but rather a neomaternal comfort derived mainly from angora fabric (angora is featured in many of Wood's films). Even in his later years, Wood was not shy about going out in public dressed in drag as "Shirley", his femal...

    During the last fifteen years of his life, Wood depended almost entirely on writing pornography to earn a living, receiving about $1,000 per novel which he spent almost immediately on alcohol at the local liquor store. Friends have stated how, in his final years, he eventually stopped bathing, and that his apartment was so filthy he eventually woul...

    By 1978, Wood's depression had worsened, and he and his wife Kathy had both become alcoholics. They were evicted from their Hollywood apartment on Yucca Street on Thursday, December 7, 1978, in total poverty by two sheriff's deputies called by their landlord for failure to pay their overdue rent and had to leave behind all of his scrapbooks and unf...

    At the time of his death, Wood's name and career had become so obscure that most local Los Angeles newspapers, including the entertainment magazine Variety, didn't run an obituary about him. The 1982 film It Came from Hollywoodfeatured a "Tribute to Ed Wood" segment. In 1986 in an essay paying homage to Wood in Incredibly Strange Films, Jim Morton ...

    Benshoff, Harry M. (1997). Monsters in the Closet: Homosexuality and the Horror Film. Manchester University Press. ISBN 0-7190-4473-1.
    Craig, Rob (2009). Ed Wood, Mad Genius: A Critical Study of the Films. McFarland. ISBN 978-0-7864-5423-5.
    Ford, Luke (1999). A History of X: 100 Years of Sex in Film. Prometheus Books. ISBN 1-61592-631-3.
    Gerstner, David A., ed. (2006). Routledge International Encyclopedia of Queer Culture. Routledge. ISBN 0-415-30651-5.
    Conway, Rob (2009). Ed Wood, Mad Genius: A Critical Study of the Films. McFarland. ISBN 978-0-7864-3955-3.
    Medved, Harry and Michael (1980). The Golden Turkey Awards. Perigree Books. ISBN 0-399-50463-X.pp. 168, 169, 176–181, 204–208, 211, 217
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    • 1947–1978
    • Filmmaker, author, actor
    • Edward Davis Wood Jr., October 10, 1924, Poughkeepsie, New York, U.S.
  6. 7 de oct. de 2022 · Ed Wood fue un director, guionista, actor y productor de cine que anhelaba ver sus creaciones en la gran pantalla, pasar a la historia del cine; y en cierto modo, lo logró. Pero tal vez no de la forma en la que esperaba, sino que, tras su muerte, fue calificado como “el peor director de cine de la historia”.

  7. 8 de abr. de 2019 · Especial para Infobae Ed Wood en “Glen or Glenda” Poco después del ataque japonés a Pearl Harbor (7 de diciembre, 1941), Ed Wood, un joven nacido en Poughkeepsie, suburbio de Nueva York, que...

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