In The Bride and the Beast (1958), a young woman — well-adjusted except for perhaps an over-strong attachment to angora — discovers a certain spark with the gorilla that her new husband, a big game hunter, keeps in the basement.  The gorilla feels the same way, leading to an unconventional wedding night.  Throw in hypnosis, reincarnation, and a helluva lot of stock footage, and you just have to ask: “Did Ed Wood write this?”

Yes.  Yes, he did.