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Overview (1)

Born in Queens, New York, USA

Mini Bio (1)

Ed Adlum was born in 1944 in Queens, New York. He was a writer for "Cashbox" magazine in 1964 and a guitarist for the short-lived rock band the Castle Kings, who recorded two flop records on the Atlantic label. Ed served in the U.S. Army and was a reporter for the "Stars & Stripes" newspaper while stationed in Germany. Adlum attended Fordham University in New York. He made his debut as a filmmaker as co-producer of the groovy hippie soft-core exploitation picture "Blonde on a Bum Trip." Ed then co-wrote, directed, and produced the delightfully dreadful low-budget horror splatter howler "Invasion of the Blood Farmers." Adlum followed this terrifically tacky'n'trashy triumph by co-writing and producing the even worse "Shriek of the Mutilated," which sadly lacks the scuzzy verve of "Invasion of the Blood Farmers." Ed also has uncredited bit parts in both films. Outside of his regrettably sparse cinematic oeuvre, Ed Adlum is the publisher of "Replay" magazine, which he started back in 1975 and still continues to print to this very day.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: woodyanders

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Kathy (? - present)

Trivia (2)

Graduate of Fordham University, New York.
Served in the U.S. Army in Germany, where he was a reporter on the "Stars & Stripes", the Army's newspaper.

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