|Autonetics Aviation films|
How-To's that Ed made for the Aeronautics company.
Mini-documentary released on DVD alongside "Mystery Science Theater 3000 #610 - The Violent Years".
|Ed Wood: Drag!|
|Ed Wood: Look Back In Angora|
Rhino's tounge-in-cheek documentary focuses (not surprisingly) on the films available from Rhino.
Notable for being the only documentary to feature Ed's widow, Kathy.
|Flying Saucers Over Hollywood:|
The Plan 9 Companion
Focusing hardest (obviously) on Plan 9 From Outer Space, yet giving time to other Ed projects, Flying Saucers has an extreme low-budget sensibility.
It also has extreme depth, however. Really opening up the world of Ed and his co-workers to the un-initiated.
|The Haunted World of Edward D. Wood, Jr.|
Produced by John Crawford Thomas, Ed's first collaborator, Haunted World takes a much more stylistic, professional approach than other Ed documentaries.
A series of interviews with Conrad Brooks, along with footage of unseen Ed material, this has more of a true documentary feel than On The Trail of Ed Wood.
It is still quite simplistic, however, yet yields much more information than it's sister project.
|Hollywood Rated 'R'|
I know nothing about this film except that it does feature Ed.
|The Incredibly Strange Film Show: Ed Wood|
BBC Channel 4 TV series.
|It Came From Hollywood|
Offbeat comedic look at 'bad cinema', including a special section on Ed.
|Love Making, U.S.A.|
Early 1970's hardcore 'documentary' on the state of the porn industry.
|Mysteries & Scandals: Ed Wood|
Episode of the popular E! TV Show "Mysteries & Scandals", this one tells Ed's story in A.J. Benza's typical harsh tone.
|On The Trail of Ed Wood|
Not so much a documentary as just a tape of Conrad Brooks talking, On The Trail has the distiction of being the first Ed-related material of this type to be released commercially.
|Sex Education Corespondence School|
|Take It Out In Trade - The Outtakes|
Strait-up footage not used for the film.
with Kenne Duncan
Since there is no storyline, this film, directed by Ed, seems to fit in this category.
It is basically footage of Duncan showing off his trick shooting techniques.