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Edward D. Wood, Jr. has been called the Worst Filmmaker in History. In this hilarious and reverential study, authors Andrew J. Rausch and Charles E. Pratt, Jr. investigate this claim while providing in-depth looks at the 29 existing films written and/or directed by Wood. In doing so, they manage to fully capture and translate the sensation of watching a Wood film in print. With nearly 300 pages, 13 photographs, and 10 original interviews with Wood associates, The Cinematic Misadventures of Ed Wood is a must-read for anyone interested in the films of Edward D. Wood, Jr. Sure to delight the most casual fan to the most knowledgeable of aficionados, this one-of-a-kind book stands as a testament to the misunderstood life and genius of Ed Wood.