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. Ed Wood's film Parisian Passions employed this pseudonym, and it had been used by author Victor J. Banis, among others.
- Cullum, Paul (2 October 2005). "Wrapped in an Enigma, Hidden in a Film Archive". New York Times. Retrieved 15 January 2014.
- Noel Lawrence as J.X. Williams at the Internet Movie Database
- The J.X. Williams Archive Website for the film director J.X. Williams, archived by Noel Lawrence.
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