J. X. Williams

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J.X. Williams is a pseudonym used by several different authors during the 1960s for many adult novels.[1] Ed Wood's film Parisian Passions employed this pseudonym, and it had been used by author Victor J. Banis, among others.

More recently, the name J.X. Williams has been used as a pseudonym for film director Noel Lawrence on such films as Peep Show, and The Virgin Sacrifice.[1]

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  1. ^ a b Cullum, Paul (2 October 2005). "Wrapped in an Enigma, Hidden in a Film Archive". New York Times. Retrieved 15 January 2014. 

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