The Musical World of Rocky Horror

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A Christmas Carol (1977)A Christmas Carol (1977) - 11 minutes 30 seconds (540x418, 25 fps, 77.0 MB). Patricia Quinn plays the Ghost of Christmas Past in this BBC adaptation of the Dickens classic, with Sir Michael Horndern as Ebenezer Scrooge. Originally aired on December 24th, 1977.
Bergerac (1988, "Crossed Swords" Part 1)Bergerac (1988, "Crossed Swords" Part 1) - 1 minute 38 seconds (540x408, 25 fps, 10.9 MB). Patricia Quinn plays Dolly Hayward in Season Six Episode Two ("Crossed Swords") of this BBC detective series. Originally aired on January 9th, 1988.
Bergerac (1988, "Crossed Swords" Part 2)Bergerac (1988, "Crossed Swords" Part 2) - 1 minute 10 seconds (540x408, 25 fps, 7.8 MB). Patricia Quinn plays Dolly Hayward in Season Six Episode Two ("Crossed Swords") of this BBC detective series. Originally aired on January 9th, 1988.
Fortunes of War (1987, Episode 6 "Autumn 1942")Fortunes of War (1987, Episode 6 "Autumn 1942") - 1 minute 25 seconds (541x360, 24 fps, 9.4 MB). Patricia Quinn plays Mona Castlebar, husband of Bill Castlebar (played by Sir Robert Stephens), in Episode Six of this BBC novel adaptation. Patricia Quinn and Robert Stephens were already a couple in real life as well at the time this series was being filmed, though they would not marry until several years later in 1995. Originally aired on November 15th, 1987.
Fortunes of War (1987, Episode 7 "January 1943")Fortunes of War (1987, Episode 7 "January 1943") - 2 minutes 41 seconds (541x360, 24 fps, 18.0 MB). Patricia Quinn plays Mona Castlebar, husband of Bill Castlebar (played by Sir Robert Stephens), in Episode Six of this BBC novel adaptation. In this scene she hears from the doctor about her husband's medical condition, which he later dies from. We then see her as a widow at his funeral, in a horrible bit of foreshadowing for later real life events. Patricia Quinn and Robert Stephens were actually a couple in real life at the time this series was being filmed, though they would not marry until several years later in January 1995. Less than a year later in November 1995, Robert Stephens passed away. Originally aired on November 22nd, 1987.
Rock Follies of '77 (Sandra Eating)Rock Follies of '77 (Sandra Eating) - 2 minutes 2 seconds (540x422, 25 fps, 13.6 MB). Little Nell as secretary Sandra LeMon obsesses on food while chatting with her boss Kitty Schreiber, in the fourth episode of the Rock Follies of '77 television series.
Rock Follies of '77 (Sandra Tapdancing)Rock Follies of '77 (Sandra Tapdancing) - 1 minute 9 seconds (540x422, 25 fps, 7.7 MB). Little Nell as secretary Sandra LeMon tapdances around while chatting with The Little Ladies, in the second episode of the Rock Follies of '77 television series.
Rock Follies of '77 (Street Signs Rehearsal)Rock Follies of '77 (Street Signs Rehearsal) - 1 minute 48 seconds (540x422, 25 fps, 12.1 MB). "Well lunge, Ladies. Lunge... and SNARL!" Tim Curry rehearses his musical number Street Signs with The Little Ladies as rock star Stevie Streeter, in the first episode of the Rock Follies of '77 series.
Rock Follies of '77 (Yowza!)Rock Follies of '77 (Yowza!) - 47 seconds (540x422, 25 fps, 5.2 MB). "It's been just boss meeting you. I think everything's going to work out just fine. Yowza! I do." Tim Curry delivers this amusing line as rock star Stevie Streeter, in the first episode of the Rock Follies of '77 series. In the scene afterwards, Little Nell appears as secretary Sandra LeMon - making gold records.
Shoulder to Shoulder (1974, "Annie Kenney" - Part 1)Shoulder to Shoulder (1974, "Annie Kenney" - Part 1) - 7 minutes 19 seconds (518x398, 25 fps, 49.0 MB). Patricia Quinn has a featured role as Christabel Pankhurst in all six episodes of this 1974 BBC series about the women's sufragette movement. Episode Two focuses on Annie Kenney, a mill worker who joins the cause. Originally aired on April 10th, 1974.
Shoulder to Shoulder (1974, "Annie Kenney" - Part 2)Shoulder to Shoulder (1974, "Annie Kenney" - Part 2) - 5 minutes 39 seconds (518x398, 25 fps, 37.8 MB). Patricia Quinn has a featured role as Christabel Pankhurst in all six episodes of this 1974 BBC series about the women's sufragette movement. Episode Two focuses on Annie Kenney, a mill worker who joins the cause. Originally aired on April 10th, 1974.
The Box of Delights (1984, Episode 3 "In Darkest Cellars Underneath")The Box of Delights (1984, Episode 3 "In Darkest Cellars Underneath") - 5 minutes 12 seconds (540x404, 25 fps, 34.8 MB). Patricia Quinn plays Sylvia Daisy Pouncer, partner of Abner Brown (played by Sir Robert Stephens), in Episode Three of this BBC children's novel adaptation. Patricia Quinn and Robert Stephens were already a couple at the time this series was being filmed, though they would not marry until over a decade later in 1995. Originally aired on November 15th, 1984.
The Box of Delights (1984, Episode 4 "The Spider in the Web")The Box of Delights (1984, Episode 4 "The Spider in the Web") - 2 minutes 40 seconds (508x382, 25 fps, 17.5 MB). Patricia Quinn plays Sylvia Daisy Pouncer, partner of Abner Brown (played by Sir Robert Stephens), in Episode Four of this BBC children's novel adaptation. Patricia Quinn and Robert Stephens were already a couple at the time this series was being filmed, though they would not marry until over a decade later in 1995. Originally aired on November 22nd, 1984.
The Box of Delights (1984, Episode 5 "Beware of Yesterday")The Box of Delights (1984, Episode 5 "Beware of Yesterday") - 1 minute 56 seconds (540x401, 25 fps, 12.9 MB). Patricia Quinn plays Sylvia Daisy Pouncer, partner of Abner Brown (played by Sir Robert Stephens), in Episode Five of this BBC children's novel adaptation. Patricia Quinn and Robert Stephens were already a couple at the time this series was being filmed, though they would not marry until over a decade later in 1995. Originally aired on November 29th, 1984.
Kid's Good (Rock Follies of '77) by Little NellKid's Good (Rock Follies of '77) by Little Nell - 1 minute (540x422, 25 fps, 6.7 MB). Little Nell as secretary Sandra LeMon sings a mental duet (a la Shock Treatment's "Duel Duet") with her boss Kitty Schreiber, in the fourth episode of the Rock Follies of '77 television series.
All Revved Up with No Place to Go (1985) by Meat LoafAll Revved Up with No Place to Go (1985) by Meat Loaf - 7 minutes 24 seconds (540x422, 25 fps, 53.0 MB). Meat Loaf performs this Jim Steinman song from the 1977 Bat Out Of Hell album live at the Brixton Academy in London in 1985.
Bad Attitude (1985) by Meat LoafBad Attitude (1985) by Meat Loaf - 6 minutes 18 seconds (540x422, 25 fps, 45.0 MB). Meat Loaf performs this song by Paul Jacobs and Sarah Durkee from the 1984 Bad Attitude album live at the Brixton Academy in London in 1985.
Bat out of Hell (1985) by Meat LoafBat out of Hell (1985) by Meat Loaf - 11 minutes 1 second (540x422, 25 fps, 78.8 MB). Meat Loaf performs this Jim Steinman song from the 1977 Bat Out Of Hell album live at the Brixton Academy in London in 1985. That's a lovely metallic gold shirt you have there, Meat.
Dead Ringer for Love (1985) by Meat LoafDead Ringer for Love (1985) by Meat Loaf - 6 minutes 44 seconds (540x422, 25 fps, 48.2 MB). Meat Loaf performs this Jim Steinman song from the 1981 Dead Ringer album live at the Brixton Academy in London in 1985. Female vocals by Kati Mac (lead) and Doreen Chanter.
Midnight at the Lost and Found (1985) by Meat LoafMidnight at the Lost and Found (1985) by Meat Loaf - 4 minutes 8 seconds (540x422, 25 fps, 29.6 MB). Meat Loaf performs this song from the poorly received 1983 album of the same name live at the Brixton Academy in London in 1985. Written by Steve Buslowe, Paul Christie, Dan Peyronel, and Meat Loaf.
Modern Girl (1985) by Meat LoafModern Girl (1985) by Meat Loaf - 6 minutes 56 seconds (540x422, 25 fps, 49.6 MB). Meat Loaf performs this song by Paul Jacobs and Sarah Durkee from the 1984 Bad Attitude album live at the Brixton Academy in London in 1985.
Paradise By The Dashboard Light (1985) by Meat LoafParadise By The Dashboard Light (1985) by Meat Loaf - 16 minutes 53 seconds (540x422, 25 fps, 120.7 MB). Meat Loaf and Kati Mac perform his signature Jim Steinman song from the 1977 Bat Out Of Hell album live at the Brixton Academy in London in 1985.
Piece of the Action (1985) by Meat LoafPiece of the Action (1985) by Meat Loaf - 5 minutes 8 seconds (540x422, 25 fps, 36.7 MB). Meat Loaf performs this song by Paul Jacobs and Sarah Durkee from the 1984 Bad Attitude album live at the Brixton Academy in London in 1985.
Two out of Three Ain't Bad (1985) by Meat LoafTwo out of Three Ain't Bad (1985) by Meat Loaf - 7 minutes 57 seconds (540x422, 25 fps, 56.8 MB). Meat Loaf performs this Jim Steinman song from the 1977 Bat Out Of Hell album live at the Brixton Academy in London in 1985. The transition from a black leather jacket to a shiny metallic gold shirt is certainly an interesting choice.
Street Signs (Rock Follies of '77) by Tim CurryStreet Signs (Rock Follies of '77) by Tim Curry - 3 minutes 33 seconds (540x422, 25 fps, 23.8 MB). "Do you see the street signs..." Tim Curry performs his big musical number Street Signs as rock star Stevie Streeter, in the first episode of the Rock Follies of '77 series.