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Ed Gein (3/10) Movie CLIP - Henry's Accidental Death (2000) HD

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Published on May 28, 2011

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CLIP DESCRIPTION:
Ed (Steve Railsback) explodes on his brother (Brian Evers) when they are talking about their mother.

FILM DESCRIPTION:
By day, Ed Gein was a quiet man who kept watch over the farm left to him by his late mother in Plainfield, a small rural community in Wisconsin. But by night, Gein was one of the most bizarre and dangerous psychopaths in recorded history. Raised by a violent alcoholic father and a mother with an obsessive fear of sin and hatred of sex, Gein had very few friends, and after the death of his parents, Gein was left to his own devices on the family farm (where, under a government subsidy program, he was paid not to grow crops), and his unhealthy obsessions eventually became ugly realities. Gein's crimes included murder, necrophilia, cannibalism, and grave robbing, with Gein using the flesh and bones of his victims to construct household objects, including a suit and mask made from human skin that Gein used when he wanted to dress up as a woman (it's been suggested that some of Gein's crimes stemmed from a twisted attempt to deal with his desire to change his gender). In 1957, two murders committed by Gein attracted the attention of the police, leading to Gein's arrest; near the end of that year, he was declared criminally insane and was committed for life to Wisconsin's Waupan State Hospital, where he stayed until his death in 1984. Gein's grisly story inspired a number of horror films, including Psycho, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, and Deranged, but Ed Gein is the first feature based strictly on the facts of Gein's case, using his real name as well as those of most of his victims. Ed Gein stars Steve Railsback in the title role, with Carrie Snodgrass as his mother Augusta, and Sally Champlin and Carol Mansell as two of his victims.

CREDITS:
TM & © Millennium Entertainment (2000)
Cast: Steve Railsback, Brian Evers, Heather Gunn
Director: Chuck Parello
Producers: Charles Adelman, Mark Boot, Bill Cross, Laura De Casto, Hamish McAlpine, A. Brooks Medoff, Michael Muscal, Karen Nicholls, Scarlett Pettyjohn, Steve Railsback
Screenwriter: Stephen Johnston

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