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Comment: Do you know anything about "The Rocky Horror (Picture) Show"
being based upon a small portion of a book called "It Came From Denton
High"? I can't find anything about this book, and no one I've asked has
heard of it.

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From all I have read, Richard O'Brien came up with RHPS, completely, being inspired by B-horror movies.
If this were true, with the sheer amount and rabidness (rabidity? oh well) of the RHPS sites online, one would have no trouble finding not only information on the book, but more than likely the book transcribed itself.
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"They Came from Denton High" was the original title of the musical when Richard O'Brien wrote it.

(I spent 3 years in the live cast in Pittsburgh and learned an embarrassing amount of RHPS trivia.)

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Huh. I know kids who went to Denton High. Seriously.

Wonder where Richard O'Brien grew up.

ETA: Nevermind. I Wikied it. Would've been funny if he was Texan though. Would've made a lot of sense, too. Especially if he had gone to UNT.

ETA2: I mean ETA, not ETS. I need more coffee.

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Rumors I've heard:

I heard that there was an Easter egg hunt during production, and some weren't found, and made it into the film somehow. (Still hidden, I presume.) Does anyone know if this is true, and if so, where can you spot them in the movie?

I also heard that Little Nell ("Columbia") secretly flashed her nipples the whole movie, to see if it would be noticed by the movie ratings boards. (I'm not sure how "under the radar" it could have been, when you see them clear as day after she's been un-Medusa'ed, and the film has an "R" rating.)

The only "secret" flashing I know of (but then, so does everybody else) is when she yanks down her p.j.'s top while yelling at Frank N Furter. (A nipple pops out of a small rip in her top, for those who can't see it on a t.v screen.)

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According to the Urban Dictionary not only is the rumor of the easter egg hunt true, but it is the origin of the use 'easter egg' to suggest added hidden features in a game or on a dvd:

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Originates from the the 1975 movie "The Rocky Horror Picture Show," when the cast had an Easter Egg hunt but most of the eggs went unfound. They can be seen throughout the film in various locations (such as under Frank N. Furter's throne).



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quote:
Originally posted by TrishDaDish:
Rumors I've heard:

I heard that there was an Easter egg hunt during production, and some weren't found, and made it into the film somehow. (Still hidden, I presume.) Does anyone know if this is true, and if so, where can you spot them in the movie?

I also heard that Little Nell ("Columbia") secretly flashed her nipples the whole movie, to see if it would be noticed by the movie ratings boards. (I'm not sure how "under the radar" it could have been, when you see them clear as day after she's been un-Medusa'ed, and the film has an "R" rating.)

The only "secret" flashing I know of (but then, so does everybody else) is when she yanks down her p.j.'s top while yelling at Frank N Furter. (A nipple pops out of a small rip in her top, for those who can't see it on a t.v screen.)

Her top comes down, making her nipples visable during her verse in "Rose Tints My World".

(Edited to fix my spelling)

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and during the stage show.

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quote:
Originally posted by PallasAthena:
Wonder where Richard O'Brien grew up.

A favourite son of Hamilton, New Zealand.

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easter eggs (if I remember correctly) gave rise to the term of "easter eggs" being found in films or dvds... also, there should be one under the throne, one on the book-case (elevator scene) and possibly one in he eye of a statue.

Columbia's nipples are seen three times...
1. "youre like a sponge you take take take"... she pulls her shirt down and a hole in it allows her right nipple to peek through.
2. During her verse of the floor show.
3. In the pool.

any other questions?

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I think the Easter egg thing is an urban legend. They began filming in October 1974 and filmed for six weeks. Why are they having an Easter egg hunt?

And, if they are so easily spotted in the movie, why were they not found originally in the hunt?

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There is actually a photo where an easter egg is in plain view, but it was in the booklet of the boxed set, which I recently sold off.

It's a photo of Riff Raff sitting on Frank's throne with one leg up on top of the other. Right under him, on the crossbeam of the chair, is an easter egg.

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Say.... why hasn't anyone mentioned the infamous "Brad and Riff Butt**** Scene" urban legend?

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[slight hijack] it came up in conversation the other night that the audience participation scripts vary greatly from area to area, sometimes enough to really throw the actors if they are in the same role /different cast.

Really?

EDIT to add: I was asking about Princess Bride AP scripts, and apparently some RHPS reference heavily to Princess Bride...cute, no?

IIRC - [RiffRaff enters with the lasergun thingy]
"My name is Inigo Montoya, you killed my father, prepare to die"

Which of course gets topped by
"Luke, I am your father, prepare to die"
and so on [Big Grin]

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quote:
Originally posted by TheLazenby:
Say.... why hasn't anyone mentioned the infamous "Brad and Riff Butt**** Scene" urban legend?

I have never heard this venerable legend. How does it go?
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Marrya -- My first husband was in a cast in Santa Barbara, CA. I was in a cast in Ventura, CA. The two cities are about 40 miles apart and our audience scripts were indeed different. Some of the lines would be identical, but in some scenes everything was completely different.

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I have been a RHPS for... well, many years. If you ask nicely then I may let you see the photo of me on my way to the show when I was 21. Anyway, when the live show was revived here in the Uk, I went to see it.

The cast complained to the press that the audience timing was off. I felt that was unfair. We had been doing it longer than the cast we saw. How could we be doing it wrong?

Blues "Audience Particip...........ation" Scale

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Just a transylvanian. I was sharing a house with 4 nurses at the time (no, really, I know it sounds unlikely) and they all loaned me stuff and helped with the makeup as it was the very first time that I had been to the show. My outfit was white stockings, suspenders, basque, panties (ouch!), slip-ons and a lot of makeup and hair gel. Why white? RHPS virgin, dahrlink!

When I was a little older, I started going as Rocky. Now I pretty much have to get out the smoking jacket and lose the neck.

PM me if you really want to see the photo. Not for the faint hearted.

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Here's one of the eggs... I'm trying to scrounge up pics of the others.

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supposedly the other eye of this statue is one...

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lastly, another shot of this bookcas (on the left) shows one.  - (not a good pic, so I can hardly expect you all to believe me on this...)

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quote:
Originally posted by Marrya:
[slight hijack] it came up in conversation the other night that the audience participation scripts vary greatly from area to area, sometimes enough to really throw the actors if they are in the same role /different cast.

Really?

Oh, man does this thread take me back...

I only saw RHPS 29 times in the theatres, a pile in Ottawa then every other weekend for a year once I moved to Montreal. The ByTowne Theatre in Ottawa only showed it once every couple of months at 7PM on a weeknight, unlike New York or L.A. where you can (from what I understand) see it every Friday and Saturday night somewhere, so I only got to see about ten or twelve screenings there.

When I got to Montreal in 1991, there was a kind of weird situation: the Cinema de Paris (where I saw it) would show it every second Saturday at midnight, and across town the Rialto would screen it the other weeks. They actually had a different print of the movie. Ours was the extended cut with "Super Heroes" at the end, theirs had French subtitles. There was kind of a bitter rivalry between the theatre groups, and our shows were definitely different. The Rialto crowd did the whole "dress up like the characters and act out the entire movie below the screen" thing, while we at the Paris focussed more on interacting with the action onscreen. My own star turn was getting "hit" by lightning during "Over At The Frankenstein Place." Some of the audience dialogue response was different as well between the gangs.

Anyway, I remember my last screening: Halloween 1992. I had gone back to Ottawa for the previous summer and upon my return, found out that our group leader had let things slide from his end. The Rialto lost their print because of a conflict with their distributor, the floor show team from that theatre migrated to the Paris and in our leader's slackness had effected a bloodless coup. I got back to Montreal ready for another year of the Time Warp and was told I could no longer get on stage. Just sitting in the audience (like a bloody virgin) on the biggest night of our year didn't work for me any more, so I said sayonara.

Bloody politics...

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I like the print with "Superheroes" included better then the usual version that has it cut out.

I played Magenta for 3 years but my favorite bit was when we all pretend to "spin" the picture at the end of Superheroes ... and then go flying when The Criminologist stops the globe from spinning.

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quote:
I played Magenta for 3 years
.....pic?
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I played Columbia for a year. It was kind of fun but if uninvited (some places actually ask people to get up on stage or in front) there can be "turf wars". Our group/theatre had a set cast but we both invited to and raided other theaters just for fun.

Its definitely a theater/audience movie. The whole set up varies greatly from place to place. We always did a pre-show. Not only did we try to get virgins up to embarass them but we'd do various other skits before the show. In fact after we got burned out on RHPS we RHPSed other films like Monty Python, Cheech and Chong, even Pink Floyd's "The Wall" (which was really hard since none of us had the slightest clue on what it was suposed to be about to begin with... compare it to arguing over something like the meaning of "Puff the Magic Dragon" or "Hotel California").

Many "jokes" are also timely and will change over the months or years without even leaving a location. The empty theatre with the line about it being a New Kid's on the Block concert went the way of the dino pretty quick. There are some fairly generic lines but if you are in a new location or haven't been to a show for a while I sugest giving a listen for new ones. Some can be kind of clever.

Not really easter eggs but we always had fun with continuity issues. If Janet put her purse behind her then it was in front of her the person playing Janet would make a show of kicking it back into filmed location. If a mic was shown in the sceen we'd put a mic prop above the "actor" for he could swat at it.

I like it best with the Superheros song as well. Actually I like the stage play better but such is life. They all have their own charm. Or at least they all give bored college kids somewhere to go.

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quote:
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I played Columbia for a year.

again....pic?
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quote:
Originally posted by Thera:
I think the Easter egg thing is an urban legend. They began filming in October 1974 and filmed for six weeks. Why are they having an Easter egg hunt?

And, if they are so easily spotted in the movie, why were they not found originally in the hunt?

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They're not really all that easily spotted, but RHPS is watched at such a frequency and level of obsession that nothing seems to go unnoticed... Check out any good Rocky site (I recommend Cosmo's Factory) and they'll have a whole bunch of frame-by-frame pictures, in-depth, close-up photos of props, et cetera.
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You know what, I looked for pics and the only photos I can find of my cast are from before my time. I know I had photos from a Halloween show though, I will have to look for them.

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quote:
Originally posted by TrishDaDish:
Rumors I've heard:


I also heard that Little Nell ("Columbia") secretly flashed her nipples the whole movie, to see if it would be noticed by the movie ratings boards. (I'm not sure how "under the radar" it could have been, when you see them clear as day after she's been un-Medusa'ed, and the film has an "R" rating.)


I thought the film was originaly rated PG. It recieved an R rating later on because the audience partcipation made it that more racier,
Correct me if I am wrong.

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That's bizarre. My DVD has an "R" rating, so I'm not sure how audience participation would affect it. Maybe it just got a new rating later in life, when they started that whole "PG 13" (or whatever it is) jazz. For example, Midnight Cowboy was rated "X" when it came out. Does it still go by that, or is it "R" now?

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The film has the f-word in it ("A mental mind-NFBSK can be nice") so I doubt a 1974 censor would allow that to pass with a PG rating. Also, audience partici...pation has no bearing on a film's rating.

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quote:
Originally posted by daisyslegs:
and during the stage show.

Rose Tint My World is the song sung during the stage show, Daisys.

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quote:
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You know what, I looked for pics and the only photos I can find of my cast are from before my time. I know I had photos from a Halloween show though, I will have to look for them.

which cast were you with?
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Here's the complete guide to the Riff/Brad scene legend - it jokingly treats the rumor as if it were 100% true, but in fact, does cover every variation of the legend that has emerged over the years.

http://dammitja.net/faq-brbf.html

It should also be noted that two REALLY devoted fans actually filmed this scene, the only flaw being (if I remember correctly) that the curtain on Brad's bed is pink instead of blue.

I put together a 'complete' script a long time ago, inserting deleted scenes and cut lines back into their rightful places, and as a joke, snuck that scene in as well. [flame]

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I was with the TooMuchCoffeeCast in Ventura. The have a myspace page, apparently, but it links to some old pics.

I'll have to ask my husband where he filed the photos when he has a minute, because I can't figure out what he did with the darn things.

ETA: Although my photos are not on the cast page, the cast description still has my name under Magenta. I take no responsibility for what it actually says, though. I'm sure Dr. Shocker was on several illicit substances when he wrote it.

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I haven't posted a pic of anything in years; I kind of lost touch with internet chat/message boards the past few years. If someone can post a link to a free pic-hosting site that I can use, I will be happy to post my Magenta pic. I was a temp that night and ended up doing Janet for about 2 1/2 years, but the Janet pics are gone, lost after many moves.

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