The Musical World of Rocky Horror

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Cold Case (Creatures of the Night Part 1)Cold Case (Creatures of the Night Part 1) - 19 minutes 16 seconds (624x350, 24 fps, 129.0 MB). Video continues in Part 2. This entire episode of Cold Case is centered around The Rocky Horror Picture Show, with several clips from the film, numerous songs from the soundtrack being played during flashback segments, and to top it all off Barry Bostwick playing the serial killer Roy Brigham Anthony (while also appearing on-screen as Brad Majors). Originally aired on May 1st, 2005.
Cold Case (Creatures of the Night Part 2)Cold Case (Creatures of the Night Part 2) - 21 minutes 54 seconds (624x350, 24 fps, 146.6 MB). Video continued from Part 1. This entire episode of Cold Case is centered around The Rocky Horror Picture Show, with several clips from the film, numerous songs from the soundtrack being played during flashback segments, and to top it all off Barry Bostwick playing the serial killer Roy Brigham Anthony (while also appearing on-screen as Brad Majors). Originally aired on May 1st, 2005.
Drew Carey Show (New York and Queens)Drew Carey Show (New York and Queens) - 4 minutes 36 seconds (508x380, 30 fps, 30.9 MB). The "New York and Queens" episode from the second season of The Drew Carey Show (originally aired on May 14th, 1997) features Drew Carey and company trying to attend a midnight showing of The Rocky Horror Picture Show. They arrive at the theater to discover that Rocky Horror has instead been replaced by The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert which has its own cadre of costumed fans, led of course by Drew's arch-rival Mimi. This leads to a "dance off", with The Time Warp battling against "Shake Your Groove Thing". Cast members from Midnight Insanity in Long Beach, California were also used as costumed extras standing in line.
Rocky Horror Treatment (1981)Rocky Horror Treatment (1981) - 22 minutes 38 seconds (540x416, 30 fps, 151.7 MB). "And now, after six years, they've taken the hero and heroine of The Rocky Horror Picture Show and put them in a brand new movie. It's called Shock Treatment!" This promotional documentary hosted by fan club president Sal Piro was aired on late night television. It follows the Rocky Horror Picture Show cult phenomenon through Sal's trip behind the scenes in England during the filming of Shock Treatment. Interview subjects include Richard O'Brien, Little Nell, Christopher Malcolm (generally in character as Vance Parker), Michael White, Patricia Quinn, and Rik Mayall.
Ronny Horror Show (Part 1)Ronny Horror Show (Part 1) - 9 minutes 6 seconds (320x240, 30 fps, 21.1 MB). Video continues in Part 2. This seventeen minute long politically oriented parody of The Rocky Horror Picture Show is from season two of ABC's Fridays series (a SNL imitator from the early '80s). Cast members include John Roarke as Ronald Reagan (Dr. Frank-N-Furter), Michael Richards as Brad Minor, Melanie Chartoff as Janet, Maryedith Burrell as Magenta, Brandis Kemp as Columbia, Mark Blankfield as George Bush (Riff Raff), Darrow Igus as the Black Militant (Rocky Horror), and Larry David as Richard Nixon (Eddie). Originally aired on December 12th, 1980.
Ronny Horror Show (Part 2)Ronny Horror Show (Part 2) - 9 minutes 31 seconds (320x240, 30 fps, 22.0 MB). Video continued from Part 1. This seventeen minute long politically oriented parody of The Rocky Horror Picture Show is from season two of ABC's Fridays series (a SNL imitator from the early '80s). Cast members include John Roarke as Ronald Reagan (Dr. Frank-N-Furter), Michael Richards as Brad Minor, Melanie Chartoff as Janet, Maryedith Burrell as Magenta, Brandis Kemp as Columbia, Mark Blankfield as George Bush (Riff Raff), Darrow Igus as the Black Militant (Rocky Horror), and Larry David as Richard Nixon (Eddie). Originally aired on December 12th, 1980.
Sabrina, the Teenage Witch (Some of My Best Friends are Half-Mortal)Sabrina, the Teenage Witch (Some of My Best Friends are Half-Mortal) - 1 minute 59 seconds (540x402, 30 fps, 13.3 MB). The "Some of My Best Friends are Half-Mortal" episode from the fifth season of Sabrina, the Teenage Witch (originally aired on November 10th, 2000) has Hilda trying to hurry everyone along so that she can get to a midnight showing of The Rocky Horror Picture Show. "Finally the Riff Raff has left the building." They both end up going, with Sabrina in a Magenta costume and Hilda as a Transylvanian.
Saturday Night Live 1977 (Dame Edna Everage)Saturday Night Live 1977 (Dame Edna Everage) - 4 minutes 51 seconds (540x365, 30 fps, 32.5 MB). "When I was in London last year, working on a film, I was privileged to meet one of the great actresses of the English speaking theatre. And she is here tonight... she is one of the world's great witty conversationalists, and I know you're going to enjoy her. Please let's give a big welcome to Dame Edna Everage." Barry Humphries appears as Dame Edna with host Madeline Kahn in the third season of Saturday Night Live, originally airing on October 8th, 1977.
Saturday Night Live 1981 (Tim and Meat's One-Stop Rocky Horror Shop)Saturday Night Live 1981 (Tim and Meat's One-Stop Rocky Horror Shop) - 2 minutes 42 seconds (472x360, 30 fps, 13.0 MB). Host Tim Curry and musical guest Meat Loaf present a commercial for "Tim and Meat's One-Stop Rocky Horror Shop" in the seventh season of Saturday Night Live, originally airing on December 5th, 1981.
That '70s Show (Too Old to Trick or Treat, Too Young to Die)That '70s Show (Too Old to Trick or Treat, Too Young to Die) - 3 minutes 1 second (540x405, 25 fps, 20.2 MB). The "Too Old to Trick or Treat, Too Young to Die" episode from the third season of That '70s Show (originally aired on Halloween 2000) has Fez show up in a Dr. Frank-N-Furter costume. "Yeah I don't know if you know this, but you're dressed like a girl... and not a nice girl."
The Simpsons (A Star Is Burns)The Simpsons (A Star Is Burns) - 8 seconds (472x360, 24 fps, 789 KB). In this episode of The Simpsons (Season Six Episode 18 - originally aired on March 5th 1995), Dr. Hibbert walks up to the local film festival dressed as Dr. Frank-N-Furter. "I thought they were playing The Rocky Horror Picture Show tonight..."
Tom Snyder's "Tomorrow" Show (1979)Tom Snyder's "Tomorrow" Show (1979) - 7 minutes 29 seconds (540x418, 30 fps, 50.1 MB). Tom Snyder presents a segment on the Rocky Horror Picture Show phenomenon. Includes interviews with fan club president Sal Piro, Dori Hartley, Mark Hopper and Steve Hirsch of the 8th Street Playhouse in New York City, and Ashley Boone Jr. of 20th Century Fox. Keep an eye out for Sal Piro performing as Janet!
Time Warp (Live at 55th Annual Tony Awards) by 2001 Broadway CastTime Warp (Live at 55th Annual Tony Awards) by 2001 Broadway Cast - 2 minutes 16 seconds (320x240, 30 fps, 5.4 MB). The 2001 Broadway Cast of The Rocky Horror Show appear live at the 55th Annual Tony Awards, representing their nomination for 'Best Revival of a Musical' (they were beat out by 42nd Street). Cast members performing The Time Warp are Dick Cavett, Tom Hewitt, Alice Ripley, Jarrod Emick, Mark Price, Kristen Lee Kelly, Daphne Rubin-Vega, Lea DeLaria, Sebastian LaCause, and The Company. They even get Gwyneth Paltrow out of her seat and dancing with them... lovely! Originally aired on June 3rd, 2001.
Touch-A, Touch-A, Touch Me (VH1 Celebrity Karaoke) by Amber BensonTouch-A, Touch-A, Touch Me (VH1 Celebrity Karaoke) by Amber Benson - 3 minutes 19 seconds (320x240, 30 fps, 7.8 MB). Amber Benson, Tara Maclay from Buffy the Vampire Slayer, performs her version of Touch Me for VH1's Rocky Horror Celebrity Karaoke. Taping was at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas on October 14th, 2000 as part of the 25th Anniversary Convention.
Planet Schmanet, Janet (VH1 Celebrity Karaoke) by Anthony HeadPlanet Schmanet, Janet (VH1 Celebrity Karaoke) by Anthony Head - 3 minutes 42 seconds (320x240, 30 fps, 8.8 MB). Anthony Stewart Head, Rupert Giles from Buffy the Vampire Slayer, performs his version of Planet Schmanet, Janet for VH1's Rocky Horror Celebrity Karaoke. Anthony Head was actually a very well known (and highly regarded) Dr. Frank-N-Furter from The Rocky Horror Show in London, and he wore his own original Frank costume from the stage show. Taping was at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas on October 14th, 2000 as part of the 25th Anniversary Convention.
Time Warp (X-Factor) by Chico SlimaniTime Warp (X-Factor) by Chico Slimani - 6 minutes 32 seconds (500x277, 30 fps, 17.0 MB). From the second season of X-Factor (British TV music talent show). Chico Slimani is voted off the show here, and gives a farewell performance of The Time Warp. Fast forward four minutes to go directly to the performance and bypass all the "so sorry to see you go, lets have some flashback clips" crap.
Time Warp () by - 2 minutes 27 seconds (480x360, 25 fps, 16.4 MB). From the third season of Megasztár (Hungarian Idol). Magdolna Rúzsa was the eventual winner, and is seen performing The Time Warp here (in English).
Rocky Horror Pre-Show by Sal PiroRocky Horror Pre-Show by Sal Piro - 38 seconds (540x412, 30 fps, 4.3 MB). Rocky Horror Fan Club president Sal Piro does a very brief pre-show with the "ROCKY!" chant and other such. This was at the Tower Theater in Los Angeles, as part of the taping in 1993 for when Fox first showed The Rocky Horror Picture Show on broadcast television.