History Trivia / TheRockyHorrorPictureShow

6th Feb '18 9:48:39 AM Bosco13
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* The ''Main/DannyPearyCultMoviesList'' mentions that Magenta was killed by a RayGun blast at the end, when it should have said [[spoiler:Columbia]].

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* ** The ''Main/DannyPearyCultMoviesList'' mentions that Magenta was killed by a RayGun blast at the end, when it should have said [[spoiler:Columbia]].
6th Feb '18 9:48:18 AM Bosco13
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* The ''Main/DannyPearyCultMoviesList'' mentions that Magenta was killed by a RayGun blast at the end, when it should have said [[spoiler:Columbia]].
21st Jan '18 5:11:24 PM Green_lantern40
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* HostilityOnTheSet: Richard O'Brien confessed that at the time, he didn't like Creator/TimCurry. O'Brien was resentful and envious because Curry was attractive and got all the good lines.

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* HostilityOnTheSet: Richard O'Brien confessed that at the time, he didn't like Creator/TimCurry. O'Brien was resentful and envious because Curry was attractive and got all the good lines.lines (which, considering O'Brien is the one who ''wrote'' those lines ''for'' Curry, is... interesting).
20th Jan '18 11:16:56 AM ClintEastwood
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** The motorcyclists were the same actors that play the Transylvanians at the castle. Richard O'Brien didn't understand why, noting that the motorcyclists could have been anyone. Instead, the actors had to change costumes back and forth.
* BannedInChina: The movie was banned in South Africa several weeks after release by the Board of Censors, but not before it had been seen by some 250,000 viewers and had a strong cult following.



* HostilityOnTheSet: Richard O'Brien confessed that at the time, he didn't like Creator/TimCurry. O'Brien was resentful and envious because Curry was attractive and got all the good lines.



* RomanceOnTheSet: At the time Richard O'Brien was married to Kimi Wong who played one of the transylvanians.

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At the time Richard O'Brien was married to Kimi Wong who played one of the transylvanians.transylvanians.
** In 2013, O'Brien revealed that Creator/SusanSarandon and Barry Botswick were dating at the time.
6th Jan '18 5:41:31 PM nombretomado
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** Some sources, including the Netflix description of the movie, claim that Frank N Furter is a vampire.[[note]]He isn't, but he's ''dressed'' as one when he descends in the elevator.[[/note]] JamesRolfe [[http://cinemassacre.com/2016/10/26/rocky-horror-picture-show-1975-monster-madness-x-26/ made the same error, as well.]]

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** Some sources, including the Netflix description of the movie, claim that Frank N Furter is a vampire.[[note]]He isn't, but he's ''dressed'' as one when he descends in the elevator.[[/note]] JamesRolfe Creator/JamesRolfe [[http://cinemassacre.com/2016/10/26/rocky-horror-picture-show-1975-monster-madness-x-26/ made the same error, as well.]]
29th Dec '17 10:46:55 PM Brandon
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** While happy with his performance in both the show and film, Music/MeatLoaf didn't like that he wasn't allowed to play both Eddie and Dr. Scott, as was customary in the stage production, and felt that Jonathan Adams (the Criminologist from the UK production) was horribly miscast, especially because he didn't have the singing voice for "Eddie's Teddy." He also didn't like that other movie musicals would try to type cast him, as he prefers to keep his music and acting career separate. To date, his only other singing role in a movie has been ''Film/TenaciousDInThePickOfDestiny'', filmed over ''thirty years later''.

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** While happy with his performance in both the show and film, Music/MeatLoaf didn't like that he wasn't allowed to play both Eddie and Dr. Scott, as was customary in the stage production, and felt that Jonathan Adams (the Criminologist from the UK production) was horribly miscast, especially because he didn't have the singing voice for "Eddie's Teddy." [[note]]According to the book ''Rocky Horror FAQ'', Adams was originally asked to reprise the narrator/criminologist role for the film, but he complained about being bored with the part, so O'Brien offered him Dr. Scott instead.[[/note]] He also didn't like that other movie musicals would try to type cast him, as he prefers to keep his music and acting career separate. To date, his only other singing role in a movie has been ''Film/TenaciousDInThePickOfDestiny'', filmed over ''thirty years later''.
5th Dec '17 9:09:38 AM Bosco13
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** The ''Website/ThreeHundredSixtySixWeirdMovies'' review says that Doctor Scott came to the castle looking for his son, when Eddie is actually his nephew.
15th Nov '17 9:24:05 PM Brandon
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* LostForever: "Eddie's Teddy" was not part of the original play, and also absent from the original London record, although several sources (including Patricia Quinn on the commentary) do say that the song was implemented into the play soon afterward before moving to the US and Australia. However, an actual recording of Paddy O'Hagan (original actor for Eddie and Scott) performing the song was apparently never made, and thus we'll never know what the original sounded like.

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* LostForever: [[MissingEpisode Missing Performance]]: "Eddie's Teddy" was not part of the original play, and also absent from the original London record, although several sources (including Patricia Quinn on the commentary) do say that the song was implemented into the play soon afterward before moving to the US and Australia. However, an actual recording of Paddy O'Hagan (original actor for Eddie and Scott) performing the song was apparently never made, and thus we'll never know what the original sounded like. The earliest known recording of the song is [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wbv5FAQj8MA a cover made by O'Brien's then-wife Kimi Wong]] which was included in a compilation of other songs written by O'Brien.
14th Nov '17 11:23:39 PM Brandon
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LostForever: "Eddie's Teddy" was not part of the original play, and also absent from the original London record, although several sources (including Patricia Quinn on the commentary) do say that the song was implemented into the play soon afterward before moving to the US and Australia. However, an actual recording of Paddy O'Hagan (original actor for Eddie and Scott) performing the song was apparently never made, and thus we'll never know what the original sounded like.

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* LostForever: "Eddie's Teddy" was not part of the original play, and also absent from the original London record, although several sources (including Patricia Quinn on the commentary) do say that the song was implemented into the play soon afterward before moving to the US and Australia. However, an actual recording of Paddy O'Hagan (original actor for Eddie and Scott) performing the song was apparently never made, and thus we'll never know what the original sounded like.
14th Nov '17 11:22:34 PM Brandon
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LostForever: "Eddie's Teddy" was not part of the original play, and also absent from the original London record, although several sources (including Patricia Quinn on the commentary) do say that the song was implemented into the play soon afterward before moving to the US and Australia. However, an actual recording of Paddy O'Hagan (original actor for Eddie and Scott) performing the song was apparently never made, and thus we'll never know what the original sounded like.
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