ED WOOD MYSTERY SWEATSHIRT

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ED WOOD MYSTERY SWEATSHIRT

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Edward Davis Wood Jr. (October 10, 1924 – December 10, 1978) was an American filmmaker, actor, and author. the 1950s, Wood made a number of low-budget films in the science fiction, comedy, and horror genres, intercutting stock footage. In the 1960s and 1970s, he made sexploitation movies and wrote over 80 pulp crime, horror and sex novels. Wood's career and camp approach has earned him and his films a cult following.

BELA: Late in his life, Bela Lugosi again received star billing in movies when ambitious filmmaker Ed Wood, a fan of Lugosi, found him living in obscurity and near-poverty and offered him roles in his films, such as an anonymous narrator in Glen or Glenda and a Dr. Frankenstein-like mad scientist in Bride of the Monster. They were reported to be close friends and Bela’s last film appearance was in Plan 9 from Outerspace

PLAN 9 FROM OUTER SPACE: became his best-known film, and received a cult following in 1980, AS "the worst film ever made"

ANN GORA: Wood billed himself under a number of different pseudonyms, including Ann Gora (in reference to Angora - his favorite female textile) and Akdov Telmig (The backwards form of his favorite drink, the vodka gimlet). Wood's wife stated that his transvestism was not a sexual inclination, but rather a maternal comfort derived mainly from angora fabric (angora is featured in many of Wood's films, and "Ann Gora" also happened to be one of Wood's pen names).

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