The Young Marrieds (1972) is also one of the rarest 'lost' movies in cult filmdom---so rare it wasn't even known for sure it existed. But finally a print of Ed Wood's final 16mm masterpiece surfaced, and After Hours Cinema is proud to present this rare feature in a revealing DVD collection of Wood's declining years toiling in the adult movie industry of Los Angeles. The Young Marrieds is both a step deeper into the adult film world Ed Wood helped pioneer---and at the same time hearkens back to Wood's very first feature, the infamous Glen or Glenda (1953) and its plea for tolerance of alternate sexual lifestyles and identities. Sporting numerous prop items from Wood's Necromania (1971) but trading its softcore-with-inserts format for full hardcore, The Young Marrieds will both shock and fascinate the millions of Wood fans around the world. This one-of-a-king collection also includes Ed Wood on-screen in Nympho Cycler and Shot on Location.
Ed Wood on-screen in Nympho Cycler
Presumable Ed Wood-directred Shot on Location
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