Dad Made Dirty Movies Trailer

Dad Made Dirty Movies Trailer (2012)

02 August 2012 Factual 58 mins

After escaping a Communist dictatorship in Eastern Europe to make his American dream come true, together with his close friend Ed Wood, Stephen became the father of sexploitation cinema – before the liberalization of pornography. Chronicling his life and work including a hilarious look at his directorial debut / breakthrough, “Orgy of the Dead, which was adapted by Wood from his own novel, had about 20 pages of script, a cemetery set they could use and “no ideas,” this documentary proves Stephen is deserved of the title – worst director of all time!

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Edward D. Wood Jr.

as Himself (archive footage)

Kathleen O'Hara

as Herself (archive footage)


as Himself (archive footage)

Tor Johnson

as Himself (archive footage)

Marsha Jordan

as Herself (archive footage)

Johnny Depp

as Himself (archive footage)

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United States 02 August 2012

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