History Trivia / ShockTreatment

25th Apr '18 4:06:09 AM Bosco13
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* DivorcedInstallment: Shock Treatment was the final incarnation of a horrendous script titled Rocky Horror Shows His Heels'', which would have been a very direct sequel to The Rocky Horror Picture Show. In the end, the plot was changed entirely while many of the songs remained, though the final film bears no resemblance and only weak connections to Rocky Horror.

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* DivorcedInstallment: Shock Treatment was the final incarnation of a horrendous script titled Rocky Horror Shows His Heels'', Heels, which would have been a very direct sequel to The Rocky Horror Picture Show. In the end, the plot was changed entirely while many of the songs remained, though the final film bears no resemblance and only weak connections to Rocky Horror.



* WorkingTitle: ''Rocky Horror'' Shows His Heels'' was the earliest sequel title that would have been a completely different story but the same songs that ended up in the finished movie. A later script titled, ''The Brad and Janet Show'' was much closer to the end product.

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* WorkingTitle: ''Rocky Horror'' Horror Shows His Heels'' was the earliest sequel title that would have been a completely different story but the same songs that ended up in the finished movie. A later script titled, ''The Brad and Janet Show'' was much closer to the end product.
25th Apr '18 4:05:24 AM Bosco13
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* DivorcedInstallment: Shock Treatment was the final incarnation of a horrendous script titled Rocky Horror Shows His Heels, which would have been a very direct sequel to The Rocky Horror Picture Show. In the end, the plot was changed entirely while many of the songs remained, though the final film bears no resemblance and only weak connections to Rocky Horror.

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* DivorcedInstallment: Shock Treatment was the final incarnation of a horrendous script titled Rocky Horror Shows His Heels, Heels'', which would have been a very direct sequel to The Rocky Horror Picture Show. In the end, the plot was changed entirely while many of the songs remained, though the final film bears no resemblance and only weak connections to Rocky Horror.
25th Apr '18 4:04:51 AM Bosco13
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* WorkingTitle: ''Rocky Horror'' Shows His Heels'' was the earliest sequel title that would have been a completely different story but the same songs that ended up in the finished movie. A later script titled, ''The Brad and Janet Show'' was much closer to the end product.
16th Apr '18 9:54:54 PM jormis29
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** When it comes to actors, Creator/TimCurry was worried he couldn't pull off the required accents for [[spoiler: Brad and Farley]][[note]]That didn't stop him from taking on the role of Rooster for ''Film/{{Annie}}'', however[[/note]], Creator/SusanSarandon (Janet) wanted a prohibitively-large amount of money to reprise her role, and Barry Bostwick (Brad) was unavailable. (Cliff [=DeYoung=] was the one they originally wanted to play Brad Majors in ''RHPS''.)

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** When it comes to actors, Creator/TimCurry was worried he couldn't pull off the required accents for [[spoiler: Brad and Farley]][[note]]That didn't stop him from taking on the role of Rooster for ''Film/{{Annie}}'', however[[/note]], Creator/SusanSarandon (Janet) wanted a prohibitively-large amount of money to reprise her role, and Barry Bostwick Creator/BarryBostwick (Brad) was unavailable. (Cliff [=DeYoung=] was the one they originally wanted to play Brad Majors in ''RHPS''.)
11th Aug '17 1:46:38 PM ClintEastwood
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* RecursiveAdaptation: The stage play is a play based on a movie, based on a movie that's based on a play.



* TroubledProduction / WhatCouldHaveBeen: Where do we begin... There's a reason some shadowcasts affectionately refer to this movie as a "thing" and an "abortion".

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* TroubledProduction / WhatCouldHaveBeen: TroubledProduction[=/=]WhatCouldHaveBeen: Where do we begin... There's a reason some shadowcasts affectionately refer to this movie as a "thing" and an "abortion".
2nd May '17 9:42:14 AM Bosco13
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* FakeNationality: The German Bert Schnick was played by the Australian Barry Humphries.
2nd May '17 8:37:10 AM Bosco13
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* StuntDouble: Doesn't do any stunts but the silhouette of Farley that we see at the start is a stand in.
13th Feb '17 9:20:56 AM Bosco13
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* BoxOfficeBomb: As of 1997, it had only made around $100,000 and it cost a million to make.
4th Feb '17 5:58:29 AM Bosco13
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* SimilarlyNamedWorks: According to [[Wiki/Wikipedia the Other Wiki]] there are at least four other movies, a reality [=TV=] show and three albums also called ''Shock Treatment''.

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* SimilarlyNamedWorks: According to [[Wiki/Wikipedia [[Wiki/{{Wikipedia}} the Other Wiki]] there are at least four other movies, a reality [=TV=] show and three albums also called ''Shock Treatment''.
4th Feb '17 5:57:51 AM Bosco13
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* SimilarlyNamedWorks: According to [[Wiki/Wikipedia the Other Wiki]] there are at least four other movies, a reality [=TV=] show and three albums also called ''Shock Treatment''.
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