Knowledge Identifier: +Ed_Wood
Maila Nurmi - The release imitated a complete episode by using existing footage of the show combined with vintage commercials believed to have been directed by Ed Wood and the full-length 1932 feature film "The Thirteenth Guest"
In 1947, Wood moved to Hollywood, California
Harvey B. Dunn - Dunn was best known for his appearances in several 1950s B movies including three Ed Wood films, "Bride of the Monster" , "Night of the Ghouls" , and "The Sinister Urge"
In 1952, Wood was introduced to actor Bela Lugosi by friend and fellow writer-producer Alex Gordon, who went on to help create American International Pictures
Tim Burton - Burton was married to Lena Gieseke, a German-born artist, for two years, whom he left to live with model and actress Lisa Marie; she acted in the films he made during their relationship from 1992 to 2001, most notably in Ed Wood and Mars Attacks/ After leaving her, Burton developed a romantic liaison with English actress Helena Bonham Carter, whom he met while filming Planet of the Apes.
Henri Pachard - In addition to directing, he acted in small character roles in adult films, most notably, "Glen and Glenda" , a pornographic spoof of Ed Wood's 1953 movie "Glen or Glenda"
In 1996, Reverend Steve Galindo of Seminole, Oklahoma, created a legally recognized religion with Wood as its official savior
In 1997, the University of Southern California began holding an annual " Ed Wood Film Festival", in which student teams are challenged to write, film and edit an Ed Wood-inspired short film based on a preassigned theme
Billy Zane - In 1998, he starred in and produced "I Woke Up Early the Day I Died", a silent film based on Ed Wood's last script, intended as a parody on bad filmmaking
Stephen C. Apostolof - In 2000 Apostolof was canonized as the "patron saint of the pornographers" in the Church of Ed Wood
In 2001, horror film director and heavy metal musician Rob Zombie released "The Sinister Urge", which is named after Wood's film
In 2009, Nelson and fellow "MST3K" alums Kevin Murphy and Bill Corbett mocked "Plan 9" again in their very first "RiffTrax Live" event, coinciding with the film's 50th anniversary
In a December 2010 published article at Mondo Film & Video Guide, indie print publisher Feral House, who in the last few years had re-printed dozens of Wood's novels, ended sales on all Wood titles when Wood's estate requested a cease and desist due to uncertainty about whether Wood wrote all the novels published under his name or not
In 2014, author David Rowell Workman self-published the novel "A Case of the Nasties" with Ed Wood asking his friend, a down-on-his-luck private eye, to help him when he discovers a cult is trying to sacrifice him durning his work on the script Grave Robbers from Outer Space that later became Plan 9 from Outer Space
In 2017 "Dreamer- the Ed Wood musical" was produced by award winning composer Rick Tell