The Musical World of Rocky Horror

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A Regular Frankie Fan (Red Band Trailer)A Regular Frankie Fan (Red Band Trailer) - 1 minute 24 seconds (628x360, 30 fps, 9.4 MB). Includes a shot of breast flashing, and a different voiceover from the other trailers for this 2000 documentary.
A Regular Frankie Fan (Stephen Hawking Trailer)A Regular Frankie Fan (Stephen Hawking Trailer) - 1 minute 49 seconds (628x360, 30 fps, 12.2 MB). This trailer for the 2000 documentary starts off with a voiceover by (an imitation) Professor Stephen Hawking with a series of still photos at the beginning, and includes the obligatory tit shot later on. Also features the Me First and the Gimme Gimmes cover version of "Science Fiction Double Feature".
Barry McKenzie Holds His Own (French Strippers)Barry McKenzie Holds His Own (French Strippers) - 1 minute 58 seconds (720x316, 25 fps, 13.2 MB). Little Nell as Nerida Brealey (Australian sheila turned stripper in France) chats with Barry McKenzie while being whipped on stage in the "cultural show". This was Little Nell's first film role, in 1974. Includes English language subtitles, for the Australian dialect impaired...:-)
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.
Lisztomania (Caught By The Pope)Lisztomania (Caught By The Pope) - 3 minutes 36 seconds (598x240, 30 fps, 24.2 MB). Little Nell as Olga Janine lounges around topless in bed for most of a confrontational scene between Franz Liszt (played by Roger Daltrey of The Who) and The Pope (played by Ringo Starr of The Beatles), in this 1975 film. "Get back into your nun's fancy dress and go back to the Ukraine, MISTER Janine!"
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 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.
Summer of Secrets (Kym Bathes)Summer of Secrets (Kym Bathes) - 41 seconds (540x402, 30 fps, 4.5 MB). Rocky Horror Picture Show director Jim Sharman directs this 1976 film, co-starring Little Nell as Kym. Naturally she ends up topless for a bathing scene with Doctor Beverley Adams (played by Arthur Dignam).
Do The Swim (London Weekend Show) by Little NellDo The Swim (London Weekend Show) by Little Nell - 2 minutes 56 seconds (540x358, 30 fps, 18.2 MB). Little Nell has her famous swimsuit "wardrobe malfunction" (several times... you just can't keep the girl covered) while performing part of Do The Swim, in 1975 during the closing credits for an episode of The London Weekend Show. This is the original uncensored version of the video, which was shown as an outtake on the 1977 BBC show It'll Be Alright on the Night. The clip made the rounds in the U.S. as well, including TV's Bloopers & Practical Jokes with Dick Clark.