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.
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.
Fame (Rocky Horror Picture Show Part 2)Fame (Rocky Horror Picture Show Part 2) - 2 minutes 34 seconds (646x360, 24 fps, 17.1 MB). Characters Doris Finsecker and Ralph Garcey watch The Rocky Horror Picture Show at the 8th Street Playhouse in New York City, from the 1980 film Fame. Doris is later inspired to run on stage and join the performers for The Time Warp. Continued from Part 1, in which fan club president Sal Piro warmed up the audience.
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.
Fox (1980, Episode 1 "King Billy")Fox (1980, Episode 1 "King Billy") - 3 minutes 19 seconds (512x382, 25 fps, 22.2 MB). Patricia Quinn plays Liz in Episode One ("King Billy") of this ITV series. Here she confronts and then stabs the man she's been having an affair with, a member of the Fox family. Originally aired on March 10th, 1980.
Fox (1980, Episode 2 "Arched Fingers for Bach, Flat Fingers for Love" Part 1)Fox (1980, Episode 2 "Arched Fingers for Bach, Flat Fingers for Love" Part 1) - 59 seconds (540x413, 25 fps, 6.6 MB). Patricia Quinn plays Liz in Episode Two ("Arched Fingers for Bach, Flat Fingers for Love") of this ITV series. Here she wanders the streets in the wake of stabbing her lover, a member of the Fox family. Originally aired on March 17th, 1980.
Fox (1980, Episode 2 "Arched Fingers for Bach, Flat Fingers for Love" Part 2)Fox (1980, Episode 2 "Arched Fingers for Bach, Flat Fingers for Love" Part 2) - 2 minutes 9 seconds (540x413, 25 fps, 14.4 MB). Patricia Quinn plays Liz in Episode Two ("Arched Fingers for Bach, Flat Fingers for Love") of this ITV series. Here she's found and comforted by her lover, a member of the Fox family who has apparently recovered from being stabbed by her. Originally aired on March 17th, 1980.
Hammer House of Horror (1980, "Witching Time" Part 1)Hammer House of Horror (1980, "Witching Time" Part 1) - 6 minutes 53 seconds (447x333, 25 fps, 46.1 MB). Patricia Quinn plays Lucinda Jessop, a witch, in Episode One ("Witching Time") of this ITV series. Here she's welcomed into modern times. Originally aired on April 12th, 1980.
Hammer House of Horror (1980, "Witching Time" Part 2)Hammer House of Horror (1980, "Witching Time" Part 2) - 55 seconds (447x333, 25 fps, 6.1 MB). Patricia Quinn plays Lucinda Jessop, a witch, in Episode One ("Witching Time") of this ITV series. Here she proves she's not a ghost by getting naked and forcing the man of the house to grope her. Makes sense to me! Originally aired on April 12th, 1980.
Hammer House of Horror (1980, "Witching Time" Part 3)Hammer House of Horror (1980, "Witching Time" Part 3) - 22 seconds (447x333, 25 fps, 2.4 MB). Patricia Quinn plays Lucinda Jessop, a witch, in Episode One ("Witching Time") of this ITV series. Here she lounges around topless in bed after seducing the man of the house. Originally aired on April 12th, 1980.
Hawk the Slayer (1980 - Part 1)Hawk the Slayer (1980 - Part 1) - 3 minutes 59 seconds (612x360, 30 fps, 26.7 MB). Patricia Quinn plays "Woman", a sorceress and a larger role than you'd expect despite lacking a proper name, in this 1980 film. Here Hawk saves her from being burned as a witch.
Hawk the Slayer (1980 - Part 2)Hawk the Slayer (1980 - Part 2) - 38 seconds (612x360, 30 fps, 4.2 MB). Patricia Quinn plays "Woman", a sorceress and a larger role than you'd expect despite lacking a proper name, in this 1980 film. Here she assists Hawk with gathering his party.
Hawk the Slayer (1980 - Part 3)Hawk the Slayer (1980 - Part 3) - 1 minute 30 seconds (612x360, 30 fps, 10.0 MB). Patricia Quinn plays "Woman", a sorceress and a larger role than you'd expect despite lacking a proper name, in this 1980 film. "Woman, we need the use of your magic". Here she assists Hawk and company by providing the cover of smoke before battle.
Hawk the Slayer (1980 - Part 4)Hawk the Slayer (1980 - Part 4) - 4 minutes 2 seconds (612x360, 30 fps, 27.0 MB). Patricia Quinn plays "Woman", a sorceress and a larger role than you'd expect despite lacking a proper name, in this 1980 film. Here she rescues Hawk and company by taking out their guard with... a silly string blowgun! I kid you not! She then initiates the final battle with flaming ping pong balls (at least that's what they look like). Enjoy the 1980 special effects!
Minder (1982, "Rembrandt Doesn't Live Here Anymore" Part 1)Minder (1982, "Rembrandt Doesn't Live Here Anymore" Part 1) - 2 minutes 7 seconds (372x284, 25 fps, 14.2 MB). Patricia Quinn plays Monica in Season Three Episode Three ("Rembrandt Doesn't Live Here Anymore") of this ITV criminal drama series. Originally aired on January 27th, 1982.
Minder (1982, "Rembrandt Doesn't Live Here Anymore" Part 2)Minder (1982, "Rembrandt Doesn't Live Here Anymore" Part 2) - 2 minutes 53 seconds (372x284, 25 fps, 19.3 MB). Patricia Quinn plays Monica in Season Three Episode Three ("Rembrandt Doesn't Live Here Anymore") of this ITV criminal drama series. Originally aired on January 27th, 1982.
Minder (1982, "Rembrandt Doesn't Live Here Anymore" Part 3)Minder (1982, "Rembrandt Doesn't Live Here Anymore" Part 3) - 3 minutes 34 seconds (372x284, 25 fps, 23.9 MB). Patricia Quinn plays Monica in Season Three Episode Three ("Rembrandt Doesn't Live Here Anymore") of this ITV criminal drama series. Originally aired on January 27th, 1982.
Monty Python's Meaning of Life (1983 - Sex Education)Monty Python's Meaning of Life (1983 - Sex Education) - 2 minutes 23 seconds (670x360, 30 fps, 16.0 MB). Patricia Quinn as Mrs. Williams assists John Cleese with sex education class, demonstrating sexual intercourse for the assembled (bored) students in this 1983 Monty Python film.
Rocky Horror Picture Show (Teaser Trailer)Rocky Horror Picture Show (Teaser Trailer) - 30 seconds (540x412, 24 fps, 3.4 MB). "A Different Set of Jaws".
Rocky Horror Picture Show (Theatrical Trailer)Rocky Horror Picture Show (Theatrical Trailer) - 2 minutes 59 seconds (540x412, 30 fps, 20.0 MB). "You've seen all kinds of movies, but you've never seen anything like The Rocky Horror Picture Show."
Rocky Horror Roseland Halloween Party (1979 - Part 1)Rocky Horror Roseland Halloween Party (1979 - Part 1) - 9 minutes 17 seconds (320x240, 30 fps, 21.6 MB). Video continues in Part 2. The Rocky Horror Picture Show performers Richard O'Brien, Patricia Quinn, Little Nell, and Jonathan Adams perform various songs at the Halloween Party at Roseland in New York City on October 31st, 1979. This was the same week as fan convention RockyCon One. Highlights include Jonathan Adams singing The Time Warp with Pat, and Little Nell somehow (*gasp*) falling out of a bathing suit yet again. Footage by Joe Marzano and Mike Russo.
Rocky Horror Roseland Halloween Party (1979 - Part 2)Rocky Horror Roseland Halloween Party (1979 - Part 2) - 9 minutes 21 seconds (320x240, 30 fps, 21.9 MB). Video continued from Part 1. The Rocky Horror Picture Show performers Richard O'Brien, Patricia Quinn, Little Nell, and Jonathan Adams perform various songs at the Halloween Party at Roseland in New York City on October 31st, 1979. This was the same week as fan convention RockyCon One. Highlights include Little Nell Doing The Swim, someone other than Little Nell running around topless, and fan club president Sal Piro performing as Janet Weiss. Footage by Joe Marzano and Mike Russo.
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.
Rocky Horror Uniondale Mini Cinema Event (1979)Rocky Horror Uniondale Mini Cinema Event (1979) - 9 minutes 18 seconds (320x240, 29 fps, 21.5 MB). The Rocky Horror Picture Show performers Richard O'Brien, Patricia Quinn, Little Nell, and Jonathan Adams visit a performance at the Uniondale Mini Cinema in Long Island, in advance of fan convention RockyCon One in October 1979. Fan club president Sal Piro and performer Dori Hartley are also interviewed. Footage by Joe Marzano and Mike Russo.
Sebastiane (Emperor's Gathering)Sebastiane (Emperor's Gathering) - 1 minute 48 seconds (540x407, 25 fps, 12.1 MB). Derek Jarman's first feature film in 1976 includes this one scene where Rocky Horror Picture Show alumni Peter Hinwood (in what turned out to be his final screen appearance), Patricia Quinn, and Little Nell all turn up in cameo roles as guests of the Emperor. Patricia Quinn is seen talking animatedly to another guest. Peter Hinwood looks remarkably identical in appearance to his role as Rocky Horror, lounging around and stroking the thigh of punk icon Jordan (playing prostitute Mammea Morgana). Little Nell is much more difficult to spot, as is the cameo by Andrew Logan. Sebastiane is well known for its relentless homoeroticism and male nudity, as well as the Latin language dialogue. Little Nell and Jordan would both go on to be featured in Derek Jarman's next feature film, Jubilee.
Shock Treatment (International Trailer)Shock Treatment (International Trailer) - 2 minutes 20 seconds (540x406, 24 fps, 15.6 MB). Basically identical to the theatrical trailer, except the sound is mono and it loses the cool/creepy bits by Richard O'Brien as Dr. Cosmo McKinley.
Shock Treatment (Theatrical Trailer)Shock Treatment (Theatrical Trailer) - 2 minutes 37 seconds (540x406, 24 fps, 17.5 MB). "Hello, I'm Dr. Cosmo McKinley. I'd like to tell you about a new film from the gang that gave you The Rocky Horror Show... Shock Treatment." "You'll be pathetically crazy about Shock Treatment. Trust me... I'm a doctor."
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.
Tales of the Unexpected (1980, "The Stinker" - Part 1)Tales of the Unexpected (1980, "The Stinker" - Part 1) - 3 minutes 15 seconds (509x381, 30 fps, 21.8 MB). Patricia Quinn plays Phyl Tinker, wife of Harold Tinker (played by Denholm Elliott), in Season Three Episode Seven of this ITV series. Here she "encourages" her husband to take a better job from an old schoolmate who used to bully him. Originally aired on December 7th, 1980.
Tales of the Unexpected (1980, "The Stinker" - Part 2)Tales of the Unexpected (1980, "The Stinker" - Part 2) - 4 minutes 52 seconds (509x381, 30 fps, 32.6 MB). Patricia Quinn plays Phyl Tinker, wife of Harold Tinker (played by Denholm Elliott), in Season Three Episode Seven of this ITV series. Here she tarts it up at a dinner engagement with her husband's new boss (and former bullying schoolmate). Originally aired on December 7th, 1980.
The Alf Garnett Saga (1972 - Part 1)The Alf Garnett Saga (1972 - Part 1) - 44 seconds (540x403, 25 fps, 4.9 MB). Patricia Quinn has a small role as "2nd Bird" in this 1972 film. Here they're distributing their winnings from the racetrack and hiding from Alf Garnett.
The Alf Garnett Saga (1972 - Part 2)The Alf Garnett Saga (1972 - Part 2) - 1 minute 50 seconds (540x403, 25 fps, 12.3 MB). Patricia Quinn has a small role as "2nd Bird" in this 1972 film. Here they're dancing at a night club.
The Alf Garnett Saga (1972 - Part 3)The Alf Garnett Saga (1972 - Part 3) - 26 seconds (540x403, 25 fps, 3.0 MB). Patricia Quinn has a small role as "2nd Bird" in this 1972 film. Patricia Quinn's Irish accent is particularly thick here.
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.
The Professionals (1978, "Look After Annie" - Part 1)The Professionals (1978, "Look After Annie" - Part 1) - 1 minute 43 seconds (448x335, 25 fps, 11.5 MB). Patricia Quinn plays Isla in Season One Episode Twelve ("Look After Annie") of this ITV crime action drama series. Originally aired on March 17th, 1978.
The Professionals (1978, "Look After Annie" - Part 2)The Professionals (1978, "Look After Annie" - Part 2) - 1 minute 17 seconds (448x335, 25 fps, 8.6 MB). Patricia Quinn plays Isla in Season One Episode Twelve ("Look After Annie") of this ITV crime action drama series. Originally aired on March 17th, 1978.
Up the Chastity Belt (1971)Up the Chastity Belt (1971) - 52 seconds (510x286, 25 fps, 5.8 MB). Patricia Quinn has a bit part as "Wife" in this 1971 Frankie Howerd film comedy. Here he sells a chastity belt to Patricia Quinn's husband before he goes off to the Crusades, and then makes a fortune selling spare keys to everyone else.
Up the Front (1972)Up the Front (1972) - 36 seconds (351x193, 25 fps, 4.0 MB). Patricia Quinn has a bit part as "Magda, Mata Hari's maid" in this 1972 Frankie Howerd film comedy. Mata Hari is played by Zsa Zsa Gabor. Believe it or not, this is the larger of Patricia Quinn's two scenes. Later on, she's only glimpsed through a keyhole canoodling with Sergeant Major Groping.
Van der Valk (1972, "Destroying Angel")Van der Valk (1972, "Destroying Angel") - 5 minutes 16 seconds (540x404, 25 fps, 35.2 MB). Patricia Quinn plays Yvonne, a dominatrix, in Season One Episode Two ("Destroying Angel") of this ITV detective series. Originally aired on September 20th, 1972.
Hot Patootie (15th Anniversary Convention) by Meat LoafHot Patootie (15th Anniversary Convention) by Meat Loaf - 28 seconds (540x414, 30 fps, 3.2 MB). Meat Loaf sings Hot Patootie live at the 15th Anniversary Convention, while Little Nell dances and gyrates on him. Patricia Quinn is dancing around a bit at the beginning of the clip, and you can also spot Richard O'Brien on the stage.