The Musical World of Rocky Horror

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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 (Mick!)Saturday Night Live 1981 (Mick!) - 7 minutes 51 seconds (472x360, 30 fps, 37.6 MB). Host Tim Curry channels Mick Jagger of The Rolling Stones for this extended skit in the seventh season of Saturday Night Live, originally airing on December 5th, 1981.
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.
Saturday Night Live 1987 (Teeny Cafe)Saturday Night Live 1987 (Teeny Cafe) - 32 seconds (540x454, 30 fps, 3.6 MB). Little Nell makes a cameo appearance in the twelth season of Saturday Night Live with host Garry Shandling, originally airing on May 16th, 1987. In this clip from the "Teeny Cafe" skit, they reference her popular New York City nightclub Nell's which was well-known for denying entry even to the famous.
All Revved Up with No Place to Go (1978-03-25) by Meat LoafAll Revved Up with No Place to Go (1978-03-25) by Meat Loaf - 4 minutes 20 seconds (540x363, 30 fps, 29.1 MB). Meat Loaf performs this Jim Steinman song from the 1977 Bat Out Of Hell album in the third season of Saturday Night Live, originally airing on March 25th, 1978. Host Christopher Lee gives a hilariously awkward introduction: "And now, ladies and gentlemen, I would like you to meet... Loaf! I beg your pardon? What? Oh! I'm... I'm sorry. Yes, of course. Ladies and gentlemen... Meat Loaf!"
The Promised Land (1981-12-05) by Meat LoafThe Promised Land (1981-12-05) by Meat Loaf - 4 minutes 47 seconds (472x360, 30 fps, 22.8 MB). Host Tim Curry introduces musical guest Meat Loaf performing 'The Promised Land' (a Chuck Berry song) in the seventh season of Saturday Night Live, originally airing on December 5th, 1981. "I hacked him to death in the movie we made together, and now he's gonna kill you." The song was later recorded for Meat Loaf's poorly received 1983 album, Midnight at the Lost and Found.
Two out of Three Ain't Bad (1978-03-25) by Meat LoafTwo out of Three Ain't Bad (1978-03-25) by Meat Loaf - 4 minutes 12 seconds (540x363, 30 fps, 28.1 MB). Meat Loaf performs this Jim Steinman song from the 1977 Bat Out Of Hell album in the third season of Saturday Night Live, originally airing on March 25th, 1978. Jim Steinman himself plays the piano part (uncredited).
Zucchini Song (SNL 1981) by Tim CurryZucchini Song (SNL 1981) by Tim Curry - 3 minutes 58 seconds (472x360, 30 fps, 19.0 MB). Host Tim Curry performs the 'Zucchini Song' in the seventh season of Saturday Night Live, originally airing on December 5th, 1981.