The Musical World of Rocky Horror

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15th Anniversary (Little Nell Dancing)15th Anniversary (Little Nell Dancing) - 28 seconds (540x414, 30 fps, 3.1 MB). During a showing of The Rocky Horror Picture Show at the 15th Anniversary Convention, Little Nell busts out with a tap dance (following along behind the shadowcast's Columbia).
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 They arrive at the theater to discover that Rocky Horror has instead been replaced by The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert which has its own cadre of costumed fans, led of course by Drew's arch-rival Mimi.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.
Fame (Rocky Horror Picture Show Part 1)Fame (Rocky Horror Picture Show Part 1) - 1 minute 56 seconds (646x360, 24 fps, 12.9 MB). "Hey this is the fucking show buddy, and if you don't like it you can go see the movie in Staten Island. Boy is HE in for a surprise tonight!" Fan club president Sal Piro warms up the audience (including characters Doris Finsecker and Ralph Garcey) at the 8th Street Playhouse in New York City, from the 1980 film Fame. The Rocky Horror Picture Show segment of the film continues in Part 2 a few minutes later.
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.
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 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.
Spicks and Specks (2008-07-16)Spicks and Specks (2008-07-16) - 1 minute 9 seconds (636x344, 25 fps, 7.7 MB). "Nell, a lot of people would know you as Little Nell." "I grew." Guest panelist Nell Campbell is introduced on ABC's "Spicks and Specks" in Australia, a music-themed television quiz show. They talk about how she was originally cast for the part of Columbia in The Rocky Horror Show, and show a clip of her tapdancing during Time Warp in The Rocky Horror Picture Show. Originally aired on July 16th, 2008.
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!
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.