Ed Wood

Ed Wood film still 1 Tim Burton’s tribute to the legendary director Edward D. Wood Jr. features lots of posters. Above, from left to right, Preston Sturges’  Sullivan’s Travels (1941),John Cromwell and W.S. Van Dyke’s The Prisoner of Zenda (1937), Mitchell Leisen’s I Wanted Wings (1941), W.S. Van Dyke’s The Thin Man (1934), George Cukor’s The Women (1939), Lewis Milestone’s The General Died at Dawn (1936).

Ed Wood film still 2Orson Welles’  Citizen Kane (1941), Tod Browning’s Dracula (1931) and Edwin L. Marin’s The Death Kiss (1932).

Ed Wood film still 3Kenneth G. Crane & Ishirô Honda’s Half Human: The Story of the Abominable Snowman (1958), a mistake because the scene is supposed to take place in 1953, right before the shooting of Glen or Glenda.

Ed Wood film still 4Léonide Moguy’s Les enfants de l’amour (1953) (released in USA as Wasted Lives).

Ed Wood film still 5Jack Conway’s Crossroads (1942) and Frank Borzage’s Desire (1936).

Ed Wood film still 6Edward D. Wood’s Bride of the Monster (1955).

Ed Wood film still 7And finally, it’s time for the world premiere of Edward D. Wood’s magnum opus, Plan 9 from Outer Space (1959).

From Tim Burton’s Ed Wood (1994).


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