The Musical World of Rocky Horror

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15th Anniversary (Tim Curry)15th Anniversary (Tim Curry) - 1 minute 1 second (572x360, 30 fps, 6.8 MB). "It's so comforting to know there are so many people in this world sicker than I am. I think I'm the only person here tonight who doesn't look like me." Introduced by Richard O'Brien, Tim Curry makes his appearance on stage at the 15th Anniversary Convention. Can also see Sal Piro, Patricia Quinn, and Barry Bostwick in the background.
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.
Crystal Maze (1990, Season One Intro)Crystal Maze (1990, Season One Intro) - 45 seconds (540x399, 25 fps, 5.1 MB). Introductory sequence for Season One of The Crystal Maze in 1990, with your host Richard O'Brien as Reckless Rick.
Crystal Maze (1990-02-15, Season 1 Episode 1 Part 1)Crystal Maze (1990-02-15, Season 1 Episode 1 Part 1) - 25 minutes 8 seconds (540x399, 25 fps, 168.3 MB). Video continues in Part 2. "Hello, Richard O'Brien here... your genial guide to The Crystal Maze." Richard O'Brien hosts the premiere episode of The Crystal Maze, a popular U.K. game show.
Crystal Maze (1990-02-15, Season 1 Episode 1 Part 2)Crystal Maze (1990-02-15, Season 1 Episode 1 Part 2) - 26 minutes 29 seconds (540x399, 25 fps, 177.3 MB). Video continued from Part 1. "Well everybody, they're going back to the real world... and I've got to go back and you know rake the sand in Aztec World, tuck mommy in in my own little Medieval World, and come up with a few more games for other people to play." Richard O'Brien hosts the premiere episode of The Crystal Maze, a popular U.K. game show.
Crystal Maze (1991, Season Two Intro)Crystal Maze (1991, Season Two Intro) - 45 seconds (540x406, 25 fps, 5.1 MB). Introductory sequence for Season Two of The Crystal Maze in 1991, with your host Richard O'Brien as Reckless Rick.
Crystal Maze (1992, Season Three Intro)Crystal Maze (1992, Season Three Intro) - 45 seconds (540x414, 25 fps, 5.0 MB). Introductory sequence for Season Three of The Crystal Maze in 1992, with your host Richard O'Brien as Reckless Rick.
Crystal Maze (1993, Season Four Intro)Crystal Maze (1993, Season Four Intro) - 45 seconds (540x401, 25 fps, 5.0 MB). Introductory sequence for Season Four of The Crystal Maze in 1993, with your host Richard O'Brien as Reckless Rick. This was the final season that Richard O'Brien hosted the show, as he left and was replaced by Edward Tudor-Pole. Amusingly Edward Tudor-Pole was a fellow Rocky Horror Show alumni (and Riff Raff!), having performed on stage in the 1990 London revival.
Crystal Maze (The Movie)Crystal Maze (The Movie) - 1 minute 55 seconds (320x240, 24 fps, 4.3 MB). "There is a place where time matters more than life itself. He needs crystals. If you don't get them, you don't get out." A very nicely done fanvid created as a trailer for a theoretical movie based on The Crystal Maze (with your host Richard O'Brien as Reckless Rick).
Dark City (Apprehending John Murdoch)Dark City (Apprehending John Murdoch) - 1 minute (720x304, 24 fps, 6.7 MB). Richard O'Brien as Mr. Hand attempts to apprehend John Murdoch (played by Rufus Sewell), in this 1998 film. "So it seems you've discovered your unpleasant nature." "Sleep... now."
Dark City (Imprinting Mr. Hand)Dark City (Imprinting Mr. Hand) - 2 minutes 4 seconds (720x304, 24 fps, 13.8 MB). Richard O'Brien as Mr. Hand is imprinted with the memories of John Murdoch, in this 1998 film. "Oh yes, Mr. Book. I have John Murdoch... in mind."
Dark City (Theatrical Trailer)Dark City (Theatrical Trailer) - 2 minutes 21 seconds (720x306, 24 fps, 15.8 MB). "From the dark side of the imagination... a world where the night never ends... where man has no past... and humanity has no future." Richard O'Brien is featured as Mr. Hand in this 1998 film.
Elvira's Haunted Hills (Flashback)Elvira's Haunted Hills (Flashback) - 1 minute 6 seconds (540x398, 30 fps, 7.4 MB). Richard O'Brien in the role of Lord Vladimere Hellsubus flashes back to earlier life with the Lady Elura (played by Elvira), in this 2001 film. Includes an absolutely hilarious segment where he's trying to cheer up Lady Elura at her bedside.
Elvira's Haunted Hills (Making Of - Casting Richard O'Brien)Elvira's Haunted Hills (Making Of - Casting Richard O'Brien) - 1 minute 9 seconds (540x412, 30 fps, 7.8 MB). Elvira talks about how Richard O'Brien was cast as Lord Vladimere Hellsubus for this 2001 film. Apparently Richard Chamberlain was the first choice but he had to back out shortly before shooting began in favor of an actual paying job. Richard O'Brien on the other hand was available quickly and wasn't concerned about the pay, if it meant playing a fabulous horror character.
Elvira's Haunted Hills (Theatrical Trailer)Elvira's Haunted Hills (Theatrical Trailer) - 1 minute 37 seconds (660x360, 30 fps, 10.8 MB). "See Elvira stretch herself as an actress in her most challenging role... Richard O'Brien in his most horrifying performance since The Rocky Horror Picture Show. A film that is so steamy, so shocking... you'll scream, you'll gasp, you'll die laughing." Richard O'Brien is featured as Lord Vladimere Hellsubus in this 2001 film.
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.
Flash Gordon (Fico Plays Pipes)Flash Gordon (Fico Plays Pipes) - 33 seconds (720x304, 24 fps, 3.6 MB). Richard O'Brien plays the pipes as Fico, a Tree Man, in this 1980 film. "That damn woman's using me again!" "Well what do you expect of Ming's daughter? Never understood what you see in her." "Keep playing your bloody pipes, fool."
Night Train (Mrs. Froy Encounter)Night Train (Mrs. Froy Encounter) - 1 minute 25 seconds (636x360, 30 fps, 9.5 MB). Richard O'Brien plays a cross-dressing role as Mrs. Froy in this 2009 film.
Return of Captain Invincible (Mr. Evil Midnight)Return of Captain Invincible (Mr. Evil Midnight) - 3 minutes 59 seconds (720x304, 24 fps, 26.7 MB). Alan Arkin stars as Captain Invincible, while Christopher Lee has a nice turn as the evil Mr. Midnight in this 1983 film. Richard O'Brien and Richard Hartley co-wrote "Mr. Evil Midnight", along with two other songs ("Name Your Poison" and "Captain Invincible").
Return of Captain Invincible (Name Your Poison)Return of Captain Invincible (Name Your Poison) - 3 minutes 44 seconds (720x304, 24 fps, 25.0 MB). Alan Arkin stars as Captain Invincible, while Christopher Lee has a nice turn as the evil Mr. Midnight in this 1983 film. Richard O'Brien and Richard Hartley co-wrote "Name Your Poison", along with two other songs ("Mr. Evil Midnight" and "Captain Invincible").
Return of Captain Invincible (Theatrical Trailer)Return of Captain Invincible (Theatrical Trailer) - 2 minutes 37 seconds (660x360, 30 fps, 17.5 MB). "It's the Return of Captain Invincible, Legend in Leotards, Caped Contender, and Man of Magnet." Alan Arkin is Captain Invincible, while Christopher Lee is his arch-enemy Mr. Midnight. Richard O'Brien wrote three songs for this 1983 film, with Richard Hartley arranging the music: "Mr. Evil Midnight", "Choose Your Poison", and "Captain Invincible".
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.
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."
Spice World (Credits)Spice World (Credits) - 30 seconds (504x274, 30 fps, 3.4 MB). Richard O'Brien plays Damien (the tabloid photographer) in this 1997 film. Here he chats about his character with another cast member during the credits. "But why can't I have a softer side? Like you know, the kids are going to start hating me. You know they're going to start attacking me in the street, like."
Spice World (Damien Epiphany)Spice World (Damien Epiphany) - 59 seconds (670x360, 30 fps, 6.6 MB). Richard O'Brien plays Damien (the tabloid photographer) in this 1997 film. Here he is caught with his camera by The Spice Girls at the hospital, precipitating a chase, bumping his head, and an epiphany. "Oh do you know what, girls? You've made me realize I've been living a meaningless lie."
Spice World (Damien In The Toilet)Spice World (Damien In The Toilet) - 41 seconds (670x360, 30 fps, 4.5 MB). In a memorable scene from this 1997 film, Richard O'Brien as Damien (the tabloid photographer) actually crawls up out of a toilet at night in the house occupied by The Spice Girls.
Spice World (Damien Introduction)Spice World (Damien Introduction) - 39 seconds (670x360, 30 fps, 4.3 MB). "How do we know you're any good, pal?" "7:45... you sniffing your socks before putting them on. 8:55... you in the lift picking your nose." Richard O'Brien is introduced as Damien, the tabloid photographer, in this 1997 film. He's being interviewed by tabloid editor Kevin McMaxford, played by Barry Humphries.
Spice World (Theatrical Trailer)Spice World (Theatrical Trailer) - 2 minutes 13 seconds (540x412, 30 fps, 14.9 MB). "When the world is in trouble, when our future is in danger, we call upon one man... but when he's busy, he calls five girls." Richard O'Brien appears in this 1997 film as Damien, the tabloid photographer. Can also spot Barry Humphries as the tabloid editor, Kevin McMaxford.
Spicks and Specks (2008-02-27)Spicks and Specks (2008-02-27) - 2 minutes 7 seconds (624x350, 25 fps, 14.2 MB). "What inspired you to write a musical about an alien transvestite that came to Earth and had sex with everyone?" Guest panelist Richard O'Brien is introduced on ABC's "Spicks and Specks" in Australia, a music-themed television quiz show. They talk about how The Rocky Horror Picture Show came about, and show a couple photos of Riff Raff in the movie and as a statue in Hamilton, New Zealand. Originally aired on February 27th, 2008.
The Contraption (1977)The Contraption (1977) - 7 minutes 36 seconds (540x420, 30 fps, 51.0 MB). Short film by James Dearden, starring Richard O'Brien as The Man. There is only one spoken line, voiced by Charlotte Cornwell: "Out of all the men in the world, I ended up marrying a bloody mouse".
Angel In Me by Richard O'BrienAngel In Me - 5 minutes 19 seconds (662x360, 30 fps, 45.0 MB). Richard O'Brien appears in this 1998 music video to promote his Absolute O'Brien album. The Angel In Me song was originally performed for his Disgracefully Yours stage show, and he appears here in full costume as Mephistopheles Smith. During the sidewalk scene, keep an eye out for various U.K. Rocky fans walking through the crowd in their lingerie.
Eddie's Teddy (VH1 Behind The Music) by Richard O'BrienEddie's Teddy (VH1 Behind The Music) - 1 minute 27 seconds (540x410, 30 fps, 9.7 MB). Richard O'Brien "Unplugged" plays acoustic guitar and sings a solo version of Eddie's Teddy while walking around Oakley Court (i.e. "the castle"). This was recorded for the VH1 Behind the Music special on The Rocky Horror Picture Show, originally aired on Halloween 1999.
Maniacal Laughter (VH1 Behind The Music) by Richard O'BrienManiacal Laughter (VH1 Behind The Music) - 16 seconds (540x410, 30 fps, 1.8 MB). Richard O'Brien laughs maniacally and blows us a kiss from the door to Oakley Court (i.e. "the castle"). This was recorded for the VH1 Behind the Music special on The Rocky Horror Picture Show, originally aired on Halloween 1999.
Over At The Frankenstein Place (Rocky Interactive Horror Show) by Richard O'BrienOver At The Frankenstein Place (Rocky Interactive Horror Show) - 2 minutes 11 seconds (320x240, 15 fps, 14.6 MB). Richard O'Brien "Unplugged" plays acoustic guitar and sings a solo version of Over At The Frankenstein Place while sitting on a lips shaped couch. "And that's the truth." Recorded for the Rocky Interactive Horror Show CD-ROM.
Over At The Frankenstein Place (VH1 Behind The Music) by Richard O'BrienOver At The Frankenstein Place (VH1 Behind The Music) - 1 minute 6 seconds (540x410, 30 fps, 7.4 MB). Richard O'Brien "Unplugged" plays acoustic guitar and sings a solo version of Over At The Frankenstein Place from just outside Oakley Court (i.e. "the castle"). This was recorded for the VH1 Behind the Music special on The Rocky Horror Picture Show, originally aired on Halloween 1999.
Science Fiction/Double Feature (Rocky Interactive Horror Show) by Richard O'BrienScience Fiction/Double Feature (Rocky Interactive Horror Show) - 3 minutes 47 seconds (320x240, 15 fps, 25.2 MB). Richard O'Brien "Unplugged" plays acoustic guitar and sings Science Fiction/Double Feature while sitting on a lips shaped couch. Includes silly face and sound effect accompaniments. Recorded for the Rocky Interactive Horror Show CD-ROM.
Superheroes (Rocky Interactive Horror Show) by Richard O'BrienSuperheroes (Rocky Interactive Horror Show) - 2 minutes 22 seconds (320x240, 15 fps, 15.7 MB). Richard O'Brien "Unplugged" plays acoustic guitar and sings a solo version of Superheroes while sitting on a lips shaped couch. The random scat singing and sound effects are pretty amusing...:-) Recorded for the Rocky Interactive Horror Show CD-ROM.
Superheroes (VH1 Behind The Music) by Richard O'BrienSuperheroes (VH1 Behind The Music) - 1 minute 39 seconds (540x410, 30 fps, 11.1 MB). Richard O'Brien "Unplugged" plays acoustic guitar and sings a solo version of Superheroes from just outside Oakley Court (i.e. "the castle"). This was recorded for the VH1 Behind the Music special on The Rocky Horror Picture Show, originally aired on Halloween 1999.
Sweet Transvestite (Rocky Interactive Horror Show) by Richard O'BrienSweet Transvestite (Rocky Interactive Horror Show) - 51 seconds (320x240, 15 fps, 5.7 MB). Richard O'Brien "Unplugged" plays acoustic guitar and sings the first verse (only) of Sweet Transvestite. He's also wearing a nice frock and wig while tapping his high heels to the beat, sitting on a lips shaped couch. Recorded for the Rocky Interactive Horror Show CD-ROM.
Time Warp (2000-02-19) by Richard O'BrienTime Warp (2000-02-19) - 3 minutes 47 seconds (540x411, 25 fps, 27.1 MB). Richard O'Brien sings The Time Warp live with the SAS Band (present here only as unseen backup singers) at Shepherds Bush Empire in London on February 19th, 2000. Bizarrely, the text running towards the beginning (falsely) claims that the song was never released as a single.
Time Warp (2008-02-27) by Richard O'BrienTime Warp (2008-02-27) - 2 minutes 20 seconds (624x350, 25 fps, 15.6 MB). Guest panelist Richard O'Brien sings The Time Warp before the closing credits on ABC's "Spicks and Specks" in Australia, a music-themed television quiz show. The other panelists as well as the show's host, Adam Hills, all get into the act. Originally aired on February 27th, 2008.
Time Warp (Rocky Interactive Horror Show) by Richard O'BrienTime Warp (Rocky Interactive Horror Show) - 1 minute 27 seconds (320x240, 15 fps, 9.7 MB). Richard O'Brien plays an unplugged electric guitar and sings the first verse (only) of The Time Warp. "Shame on you." Recorded for the Rocky Interactive Horror Show CD-ROM.
Time Warp (VH1 Behind The Music) by Richard O'BrienTime Warp (VH1 Behind The Music) - 1 minute 31 seconds (540x410, 30 fps, 10.2 MB). Richard O'Brien "Unplugged" plays acoustic guitar and sings a solo version of The Time Warp while walking around Oakley Court (i.e. "the castle"). This was recorded for the VH1 Behind the Music special on The Rocky Horror Picture Show, originally aired on Halloween 1999.
Time Warp "Master Class" (Rocky Interactive Horror Show) by Richard O'BrienTime Warp "Master Class" (Rocky Interactive Horror Show) - 34 seconds (316x240, 15 fps, 3.8 MB). "Have you ever heard of a little number called The Time Warp?" Recorded for the Rocky Interactive Horror Show CD-ROM.