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Ed Wood: Look Back in Angora (1994)

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A hysterical documentary which uses footage of Ed Wood's movie to tell the story of his life. It may not be a deep analysis, but shows distinctly how Ed's life strongly influenced his own films.

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Conrad Brooks ...
Himself
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Herself
Kathy Wood ...
Herself
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Himself / The Film Maker (archive footage)
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Criswell ...
Himself / The Prophet (archive footage)
Timothy Farrell ...
Himself / The Psychiatrist (archive footage)
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Himself / The Great Spirit (archive footage)
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Stephen C. Apostolof ...
Himself (as Steve Apostolof)
Joseph F. Robertson ...
Himself (as Joe Robertson)
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A thorough biography of Ed Wood, as told by his wife Kathy, ex-girlfriend Dolores Fuller, right hand man Conrad Brooks, among others. Clears up many false-truths that were stated in Burton's "Ed Wood" (1994). Written by Greg Method <CatraDhtem@aol.com>

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Crazy Credits

Like all Ed Wood films, LOOK BACK ends with the classic line "Made in Hollywood, USA" See more »

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Features Bride of the Monster (1955) See more »

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Return of the Holly-Wood
6 May 2000 | by (Oslo, Norway) – See all my reviews

Just to make one thing clear; this documentary is hysterical. To use Edward Davis Wood Jr.'s own words from his movies to tell his personal story is a good idea because he wasn't exactly brilliant in writing for the screen. The result: Approx one hour of Far Out dialogue. Totally enjoyable.

But it doesn't dig deeper into the person Edward D. Wood Jr. Tim Burton's Ed Wood showed great depth in his relationship to Bela Lugosi, this documentary only show us his relationship to angora sweaters. Enjoy it, but please don't belive it.


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