“Ed Wood” quotes(1994)
Plot – Hollywood, 1950s. Ed Wood, a young man who loves to dress up as a woman, makes low budget movies in the most incredible ways, using often grotesque "production" gimmicks. He befriends Bela Lugosi, who is now old, poor and a morphine addict, and assists him to death. After a meeting with Orson Welles, Ed Wood makes his first successful film, "Plan 9 from Outer Space".
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“Ed Wood” Quotes 29 quotes
“Filmmaking is not about the tiny details. It's about the big picture.”
- Bela Lugosi: The pure horror, it both repels and attracts them, because in their collective unconsiousness, they have the agony of childbirth. The blood. The blood is horror.
- Edward D. Wood, Jr.: You know, I never thought of that.
- Bela Lugosi: Take my word for it. If you want to make out with a young lady, take her to see "Dracula".
“Eddie, we're in show biz. It's all about razzle-dazzle. Appearances. If you look good, and you talk well, people will swallow anything.”
“- Vampira: Why couldn't we do this in the church?
- Criswell: Because Brother Tor couldn't fit in the sacred tub.”
“This is the most uncomfortable coffin I've ever been in. Your selection is quite shoddy. You are wasting my time.”
“- Edward D. Wood, Jr.: 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.
- Editor on Studio Lot: You forgot the octopus.
- Edward D. Wood, Jr.: No, no, I'm saving that for my big underwater climax.”
“- Edward D. Wood, Jr.: I like to wear women's clothes. Panties, brassieres, sweaters, pumps. It's just something I do. And I can't believe I'm telling you this, but I really like you, and I don't want it getting in the way down the road.
- Kathy O'Hara: Does this mean... you don't like sex with girls?
- Edward D. Wood, Jr.: No, I love sex with...” (continue)(continue reading)
“- Ed Reynolds: Before we startshooting, Mr. Wood, we have a few questions.
- Reverend Lemon: Yes. The script contains numerous references to graverobbing. Now we find the concept of digging up consecrated ground to be highly offensive. It is blasphemy.
- Edward D. Wood, Jr.: What are you talking about? It's the premise of the movie! It's the...” (continue)(continue reading)
“Visions are worth fighting for. Why spend your life making someone else's dreams?”
- Bela Lugosi: How dare that asshole bring up Karloff? You think it takes talent to play Frankenstein? It's all makeup and grunting!
- Edward D. Wood, Jr.: Bela, I agree with you 100%. Now, "Dracula", that's a role that requires talent.
- Bela Lugosi: Of course. Dracula requires presence. It's all in the eyes, and the voice, and the hands...