The Hunt for Edward D. Wood, Jr. - Westerns
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ED'S
Westerns


Ed may have loved Westerns as much as he did monster movies.

His first instinct upon coming to Hollywood was to make Westerns, but it proved too hard to interest anyone in them.

Eventually he gave up and permanently moved on after The Ghoul Goes West fell through.


The Baron of Arizona
A true Wild West story.

A clerk concocts an elaborate scheme to control the whole of the Arizona territory.
Boots
The stand-alone title to the second pilot for Crossroad Avenger.
Crossroad Avenger
The Tucson Kid, an insurance investigator, gets mixed up with land barons and the murder of the local sheriff.
Crossroads of Laredo
The story of two old west gunman, at odds over the woman they both love.
Double Noose
An early television production.
Hellborn
One sequence features footage shot for an informal western starring the brothers Brooks.
The Lawless Rider
A collaboration with Johnny Carpenter, this is one of Ed's early films.
Son of the Renegade
A man dedicates his life to redeeming the name of his father.

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