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Orgy of the Dead

Orgy of the Dead

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Orgy of the Dead 
 
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Orgy of the Dead 
Directed by
 
Produced by
 
Written by
Starring
 
Music by
Cinematography
Editing by
 
Distributed by
Release date(s)
1 June 1965
Running time
92 min
Country
Language
Orgy of the Dead 
is an unrated 1965 film directed by Stephen C. Apostolof  under the alias A. C. Stephen.The screenplay was adapted by cult film director Edward D. Wood, Jr from his own novel. It is a combination of  horror and erotica,and is something of a transition for Wood, who began as a horror writer and later began writing pornography. 
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Plot summary
The film's graveyard prologue is a recreation of the opening scene from Ed Wood'sthen-unreleased 1958 film 
.Criswell reprises his role from theearlier film. The action begins when a young couple, Bob (William Bates) and Shirley(sexploitation actress Pat Barrington,billed as Pat Barringer) survive a car crash only to find themselves tied to posts in a misty cemetery where they are forced to watch deadspirits dance for the Emperor of the Night played by Criswell (best known for 
). Ten striptease performances by topless dancers from beyond the grave outfitted in various motifs comprise most of this movie. The Wolf Man (wearing a very obvious mask) and The Mummy are also tossed in for comic relief .Barrington doubles as the blond Gold Girl (inspired by Shirley Eaton in 
)while her red-headed "Shirley" character watches her perform. Criswell's undead consort, the sexy Black Ghoul, was written for Maila Nurmi,a.k.a. Vampira, but was instead played by Fawn Silver, who wore a black bouffant wig.
 
Production
Wood served as writer, production manager, casting agent, and even held up cue cardson this low-budget film, although he did not direct. An article on the making of this filmwas published in 
,7:1 (June 1998).
See also
 
References
 
The Haunted World of Edward D. Wood, Jr.
(1996), documentary film directedby Brett Thompson
 
 Nightmare of Ecstasy: The Life and Art of Edward D. Wood, Jr.
External links
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Feature films directed
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 Excited 
 
 
The Only House in Town
 
 
 
 
Short films directed
 
Trick Shooting with Kenne Duncan
 
 
 
The Night the Banshee Cried 
 
Television films directed
 
The Sun Was Setting
 

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