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Orgy of the Dead  (1965)
A.C. Stephens' Orgy of the Dead
Orgy of the Vampires
Nomination Year: 1996
SYNOPSIS: A couple has a car accident on a lonely road at night during a full moon. They are captured by lecherous creatures of the night who force them to watch an endless parade of pointlessly naked female zombies. Just when it looks like our hapless duo are to be sacrificed to the fiends' carnal lusts, dawn breaks, causing all the monsters to shrivel into nothingness. Then, they wake up. It was all a concussion-induced nightmare...or was it?
Bryan Cassidy
Smithee Award Nominations
Smithee Award Winner! Most Ludicrous Premise
Slow, Ponderous, But Criswell Likes It
Criswell explains to the hapless couple that the dead come out on certain dark nights and put on a burlesque show.
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Smithee Award Winner! "Whoops!"
It's Nidayght!
The couple is driving at night. But outside it's day. Inside it's night. Or is it day? Aaagh!
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Smithee Award Winner! "Let's Up The Rating To 'R'"
Post-Modern or Post-Mortem?
The "zombie woman" standing there lifing and lowering her arms. Only Ed Wood could make an attractive, topless woman dull.
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Smithee Award Winner! Crummiest Ending
The Ol' One-Two Punch
Only Ed Wood could come up with such an ending. The sun comes up, and all the Undead shrivel. THEN, they wake up and it was all a dream. Double-Crummy!
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Directors
Director Claim to Fame
Stephen C. Apostolof  
Edward D. Wood, Jr. Hailed as the WORST director of all time 
Cast
Actor Character Claim to Fame
Criswell <Not Yet in Database> Psychic friend of Ed Wood, Jr. 
Fawn Silver <Not Yet in Database>  
Pat Barrington <Not Yet in Database>  
William Bates <Not Yet in Database>  
Dene Starnes <Not Yet in Database>  
William Bonner Second Doctor Seemed to get a lot of bit parts in Smithee movies in the '60s and '70s. Was in The Adventures of Flash Beaver and Black Shampoo under the pseudonym "Jack Mehoff." *cough* 
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