|Directed by||Ed Wood|
|Produced by||Ed Wood|
|Written by||Ed Wood|
|Editing by||Ed Wood|
|Distributed by||Stacey Distributors|
|Running time||51 min. (R-rated)
54 min. (X-rated)
Production and rediscovery
Thought lost for years, it resurfaced in edited form on Mike Vraney's Something Weird imprint in the late 1980s, then was re-released on DVD by Fleshbot Films in 2005. Opening titles indicate "Produced & directed by Don Miller. Our cast wish to remain anonymous."
Behind the scenes
In Nightmare of Ecstasy: The Life and Art of Edward D. Wood, Jr., (p. 135) Maila Nurmi, who played Vampira on TV and in Plan 9 from Outer Space, tells how she declined Wood's request for her to do a nude scene sitting up in a coffin in the role of Madame Heles.
The film magazine Cult Movies (issue #36) printed a detailed article about the rediscovery of Wood's Necromania and The Only House in Town. The piece was written by Rudolph Grey, author of the Wood biography Nightmare of Ecstasy.
- The Haunted World of Edward D. Wood, Jr. (1996), documentary film directed by Brett Thompson
- Rudolph Grey, Nightmare of Ecstasy: The Life and Art of Edward D. Wood, Jr. (1992) ISBN 978-0-922915-24-8
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