Ed Wood (1994)

 ●  English ● 2 hrs 7 mins

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A young director is clouded by blind ambition and the wrong friends as he attempts to make his magnum opus

Cast: Johnny Depp, Sarah Jessica Parker

Crew: Tim Burton (Director), Stefan Czapsky (Director of Photography), Howard Shore (Music Director)

Rating: M (Australia), 12 (Germany)

Genres: Comedy, Drama, Biography

Release Dates: 28 Sep 1994 (India)

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Did you know? This film was more expensive than all of Edward D. Wood Jr.'s films put together. Read More
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as Ed Wood
as Dolores Fuller
as Bela Lugosi

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Film Type:
Feature
Language:
English
Colour Info:
Color
Frame Rate:
24 fps
Aspect Ratio:
1.85:1 (Flat)
Stereoscopy:
No
Movie Connection(s):
Reference: This Means War (English)
Trivia:
This film was more expensive than all of Edward D. Wood Jr.'s films put together.

Bela Lugosi Jr.'s felt that Martin Landau did not do his father justice with his caricature-like performance. His chief objection to the film's portrayal of his father was his speech, as his father was a classy man who never used foul language. This has been corroborated by others who knew him as well. Nevertheless, he held no ill will towards the performer, who unfathomably won the Oscar for such an inaccurate portrayal.

Edward D. Wood Jr.'s wife Kathy Wood visited the set one day, and asked to meet Johnny Depp. That day, they were filming a scene where Wood would look really messed up, which made Tim Burton nervous for what Kathy would think of the movie. When Depp exited his trailer, she said, "That's my Eddie."