Take It Out In Trade (Lost 1970 Ed Wood Film)


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Take it Out in Trade (1970)
1995 VHS release of rediscovered outtakes from the film.
1995 VHS release of rediscovered outtakes from the film.
Status Unreleased

Take it Out in Trade is a 1970 softcore pornographic comedy film[1] directed by Ed Wood, who specialized in campy, low-budget exploitation and genre films.[2]

Wood was always in a humble financial state, and often had to take out loans in order to make his films. Many of his films are exploitation genres in hopes of making a cheap buck. The film centers around a couple searching for their daughter and the discovery that she now resides in a harem. Many softcore sex scenes occur throughout the film, including incest.

No copies of the film have been released or made public since it's original theatrical run, even after Wood's films achieved their cult status. However, 3 reels of outtakes, behind the scenes footage, and deleted scenes were rediscovered in 1995 and have resurfaced on YouTube. The outtakes were gathered together and released on a 1995 VHS from Something Weird Video.

In 2014, a full 80-minute print of the film was publicly exhibited at the Anthology Film Archives in New York City.[3] The film is no longer considered lost, but the film has still not been released to the public.

Surviving Outtakes

2 minutes of outtake footage.

References

  1. IMDb page. Retrieved 27 Mar '16.
  2. IMDb page for Ed Wood. Retrieved 27 Mar '16.
  3. Anthology Film Archives Event Listing. Retrieved 27 Mar '16.

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