Edward D. Wood Jr.

Biography

Edward Davis Wood, Jr. (October 10, 1924 – December 10, 1978), better known as Ed Wood, was an American screenwriter, director, producer, actor, author, and editor, who often performed many of these functions simultaneously. In the 1950s, Wood made a number of cheap genre films, now enjoyed for thei...

16 titles Writing Directing Acting

6.1

I Woke Up Early the Day I Died

1998 · Screenplay

3.7

Hot Ice

1978 · Screenplay

4.6

The Beach Bunnies

1976 · Writer

4.8

Five Loose Women

1974 · Screenplay

4.6

The Cocktail Hostesses

1973 · Screenplay

4.2

Drop Out Wife

1972 · Screenplay

4.7

Class Reunion

1972 · Screenplay

5.3

The Snow Bunnies

1972 · Screenplay

4.4

Take It Out in Trade

1970 · Writer

2.8

Body of the Prey

1970 · Writer

2.8

One Million AC/DC

1969 · Writer

3.0

Love Feast

1969 · Screenstory

4.9

For Love and Money

1967 · Writer

2.8

Orgy of the Dead

1965 · Screenplay

4.6

Shotgun Wedding

1963 · Screenplay

2.4

The Sinister Urge

1960 · Writer

4.0

Plan 9 from Outer Space

1959 · Screenplay

3.6

Night of the Ghouls

1959 · Writer

3.4

The Bride and the Beast

1958 · Screenplay

3.8

Revenge of the Virgins

1958 · Story

5.2

Outlaw Queen

1957 · Screenplay

3.0

The Violent Years

1956 · Writer

4.2

Bride of the Monster

1955 · Writer

3.3

Jail Bait

1954 · Screenplay

7.5

The Lawless Rider

1954 · Writer

4.2

Glen or Glenda

1953 · Screenplay, Story

6 titles Writing Directing Acting

3.7

Hot Ice

1978 · Assistant Director

4.4

Take It Out in Trade

1970 · Director

2.4

The Sinister Urge

1960 · Director

4.0

Plan 9 from Outer Space

1959 · Director

3.6

Night of the Ghouls

1959 · Director

4.2

Bride of the Monster

1955 · Director

3.3

Jail Bait

1954 · Director

4.2

Glen or Glenda

1953 · Director

5 titles Writing Directing Acting

4.8

Five Loose Women

1974 · Pops / Sheriff

4.4

Take It Out in Trade

1970 · Alecia

2.4

The Sinister Urge

1960 · Man in Fight

4.0

Plan 9 from Outer Space

1959 · Man Holding Newspaper

3.3

Jail Bait

1954 · Radio News Announcer

4.2

Glen or Glenda

1953 · (as Daniel Davis) Glen, aka Glenda