Ed Wood - Quotes

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Nobody will ever notice that. Filmmaking is not about the tiny details. It's about the big picture. ---->>>

We shot ten minutes of the movie, and now we're looking for completion funds. ---->>>

One is always considered mad, when one discovers something that others cannot grasp. ---->>>

This story's gonna grab people. It's about this guy, he's crazy about this girl, but he likes to wear dresses. Should he tell her? Should he not tell her? He's torn, Georgie. This is drama. ---->>>

Why if I had half a chance, I could make an entire movie using this stock footage. The story opens on these mysterious explosions. Nobody knows what's causing them, but it's upsetting all the buffalo. So, the military are called in to solve the mystery. ---->>>

We are going to finish this picture just the way I want it... because you cannot compromise an artist's vision. ---->>>

What do you know? Haven't you heard of suspension of disbelief? ---->>>

Really? Worst film you ever saw. Well, my next one will be better. Hello. Hello. ---->>>

It's not a monster movie. It's a supernatural thriller. ---->>>

Yes, but if you take that crap and put a star in it, then you've got something. ---->>>

He's too short, he's too... tall, he's... just not going to work. ---->>>

Well, I started thinking about what you were saying about how your movies need to make a profit. Now, what is the one thing, if you put it in a movie, it'll be successful? ---->>>

Biography

Name: Ed Wood
Nationality: American
Born: 10-10, 1924
Birthplace: Poughkeepsie, New York, U.S.
Die: 12-10, 1978
Occupation: Director
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Edward Davis Wood, Jr. (October 10, 1924 – December 10, 1978) was an American filmmaker, actor, writer, producer, and director. In the 1950s, Wood made a number of low-budget films in the science fiction, comedy, and horror genres, intercutting stock footage. In the 1960s and 1970s, he made sexploitation movies and wrote over 80 pulp crime, horror and sex novels (wikipedia)