The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975) Script

Michael Rennie was ill The day the earth stood still But he told us where we stand And Flash Gordon was there In silver underwear Claude Rains was the lnvisible Man Then something went wrong For Fay Wray and King Kong They got caught in a celluloid jam Then at a deadly pace It came from outer space And this is how the message ran Science fiction

Double feature

Dr. X Will build a creature See androids fighting

Brad and Janet Anne Francis stars in...

. . .Forbidden Planet Oh

At the late-night Double feature Picture show

I knew Leo G. Carrol Was over a barrel When Tarantula took to the hills And I really got hot When I saw Janette Scott Fight a Triffid that Spits poison and kills Dana Andrews said prunes Gave him the runes And passing them used lots of skills But when worlds collide Said George Pal to his bride I'm gonna give you Some terrible thrills Like a Science fiction

Double feature

Dr. X Will build a creature See androids fighting

Brad and Janet Anne Francis stars in...

. . .Forbidden Planet Oh

At the late-night Double feature Picture show I want to go Oh

To the late-night Double feature Picture show By RKO Oh

To the late-night Double feature Picture show In the back row Oh

To the late-night Double feature Picture show

Here they come.

I'd like the parents and the grandparents.

Yes, all the close family.

Smile! Hold fast. Beautiful!

Congratulations.

Well. . . .

I guess we really did it, huh?

You and Betty have been inseparable. . .

. . .since you met in Dr. Scott's courses.

Tell you the truth, Brad, she was the only reason I came in the first place.

I mean--

Okay, guys, this is it! You ready?

Look, Betty's gonna throw her bouquet.

I got it!

-I got it! -Hey, big fella.

Looks like it could be your turn next.

Who knows.

So long. See you, Brad.

Come on, hop in.

See you, Brad.

Brad, wasn't it wonderful? Didn't Betty look radiantly beautiful?

Just an hour ago she was plain old Betty Munroe.

And now she's Mrs. Ralph Hapschatt.

-Yes, Janet. Ralph's a lucky guy. -Yes.

Oh, I always cry at weddings.

Everyone knows Betty's a wonderful little cook.

Yes.

Ralph will be in line for promotion in a year.

Yes.

-Hey, Janet. -Yes, Brad?

I've got something to say.

I really loved

The skillful way You beat the other girls To the bride's bouquet Oh, Brad.

-The river was deep but I swam it -Janet

-The future is ours, so let's plan it -Janet

-So please don 't tell me to can it -Janet I've one thing to say and that's Damn it, Janet I love you

-The road was long but I ran it -Janet

-A fire's in my heart and you fan it -Janet

-There's one fool for you and I am it -Janet I've one thing to say and that's Damn it, Janet I love you

Here's a ring to prove That I'm no joker There's three ways That love can grow That's good, bad Or mediocre Oh, J-A-N-E-T I love you so

-Oh, it's nicer than Betty Munroe had -Oh, Brad

-Now we're engaged and I'm so glad -Oh, Brad

-That you met Mom and you know Dad -Oh, Brad I've one thing to say and that's Brad, I'm mad For you too

Oh, Brad Oh, damn it I'm mad Oh, Janet For you I love you too There's one thing left to do Ah-ooh

-And that's go see the man who began it -Janet

-When we met in his science, exam it -Janet

-Made me give you the eye, then panic -Janet Now I've one thing to say and that's Damn it, Janet I love you Damn it, Janet Oh, Brad, I'm mad Damn it, Janet I love you

I would like, if I may. . .

. . .to take you on a strange journey.

It seemed a fairly ordinary night. . .

. . .when Brad Majors and his fiancée, Janet Weiss. . .

. . .two young, ordinary, healthy kids. . .

. . .Ieft Denton that late November evening. . .

. . .to visit a Dr. Everett Scott. . .

. . .ex-tutor and now friend to both of them.

It's true there were dark storm clouds. . .

. . .heavy, black and pendulous. . .

. . .toward which they were driving.

It's true also that the spare tire they carried. . .

. . .was badly in need of some air.

But they, being normal kids and. . .

. . .on a night out. . .

. . .they were not going to let a storm spoil the events of their evening.

On a night out.

It was a night out. . .

. . .they were going to remember. . .

. . .for a very long time.

I have never been a quitter.

To leave office before my term is completed is abhorrent...

... to every instinct in my body.

But as president...

...l must put the interests ofAmerica first.

America needs a full-time president...

...and a full-time Congress...

...particularly at this time....

Gosh, that's the third motorcyclist that's passed us.

They sure do take their lives in their hands.

Yes, Janet. Life's pretty cheap to that type.

What's the matter, Brad, darling?

We took the wrong fork a few miles back.

Oh.

Where did that motorcyclist come from?

I guess we'll just have to turn back.

What was that bang?

We must have a blowout.

Damn it! I knew I should've gotten that spare tire fixed.

You stay here and I'll go for help.

We're in the middle of nowhere.

Didn't we pass a castle a few miles back?

Maybe they have a telephone I could use.

I'm going too.

-Both of us don't need to get wet. -I'm coming with you.

Besides, the owner of that phone might be a beautiful woman. . .

. . .and you might never come back again.


In the velvet darkness Of the blackest night Burning bright There's a guiding star

No matter what Or...

... who you are

There's a light Over at the Frankenstein place There's a light

Burning in the fireplace There's a light, light In the darkness Of everybody's life

The darkness must go Down the river Of nights dreaming Flow morphia slow Let the sun And light come streaming Into my life

Into my life

There's a light Over at the Frankenstein place There's a light

Burning in the fireplace There's a light Light In the darkness Of everybody's life

And so. . .

. . .it seemed that fortune had smiled on Brad and Janet. . .

. . .and they had found the assistance that their plight required.

Or had they?

Brad, let's go back. I'm cold and I'm frightened.

Just a moment, Janet. They may have a phone.

Hello.

Hi! My name's Brad Majors.

This is my fiancée, Janet Weiss.

I wondered if you might help us. Our car broke down up the road.

Do you have a phone we might use?

You're wet.

Yes, it's raining.

Yes.

Oh.

I think, perhaps, you better both come inside.

You're too kind.

I'm frightened. What kind of place is this?

It's probably some kind of hunting lodge for rich weirdos.

This way.

Are you having a party?

You've arrived on a rather special night.

-It's one of the master's affairs. -Oh.

-Lucky him. -You're lucky.

He's lucky, I'm lucky, we're all lucky!

It's astounding Time is fleeting Madness takes its toll

But listen closely Not for very much longer I've got to keep control I remember Doing the time warp Drinking Those moments when The blackness would hit me And the void would be calling

Let's do the time warp again Let's do the time warp again

It's just a jump to the left

-And a step to the right -With your hands on your hips You bring your knees in tight But it's the pelvic thrust That really drives you insane Let's do the time warp again Let's do the time warp again It's so dreamy Oh, fantasy free me So you can 't see me No, not at all In another dimension With voyeuristic intention Well secluded I see all With a bit of a mind flip You're into the time slip And nothing can ever be the same You're spaced out on sensation Like you're under sedation Let's do the time warp again Let's do the time warp again I was walking down the street Just having a think When a snake of a guy Gave me an evil wink He shook a me up He took me by surprise He had a pickup truck And the devil's eyes He stared at me And I felt a change Time meant nothing Never would again Let's do the time warp again Let's do the time warp again It's just a jump to the left

-And then a step to the right -With your hands on your hips You bring your knees in tight But it's the pelvic thrust That really drives you insane Let's do the time warp again Let's do the time warp again

Let's do the time warp again Let's do the time warp again It's just a jump to the left

-And then a step to the right -With your hands on your hips Bring your knees in tight But it's the pelvic thrust That really drives you insane Let's do the time warp again Let's do the time warp again

Say something.

Say! Do any of you guys know how to Madison?

-Brad, please, let's get out of here. -Keep a grip on yourself, Janet.

-But it seems so unhealthy here. -It's just a party, Janet.

-Well, I want to go. -We can't till I get to a phone.

-Then ask the butler or someone. -Just a moment.

We don't want to interfere with their celebrations.

This isn't the Chamber of Commerce.

They're probably foreigners with different ways.

They may do some more folk dancing.

I'm cold, I'm wet and I'm just plain scared.

I'm here, there's nothing to worry about.

How do you do I see you've met My faithful handyman He's just a little brought down Because when you knocked He thought you were the candyman Don 't get strung out By the way I look Don 'tjudge a book by its cover I'm not much of a man By the light of day But by night I'm one hell of a lover I'm just a sweet transvestite From Transsexual...

... Transylvania

Let me show you around Maybe play you a sound You look like you're both Pretty groovy Or if you want something visual That's not too abysmal We could take in an old Steve Reeves movie I'm glad we caught you at home Could we use your phone?

-We're both in a bit of a hurry -Right We'll just say where we are

-Then go back to the car -A pleasure to meet you, Dr. Furter We don 't want to be any worry Well, you got caught with a flat Well, how about that Well, babies, don 't you panic By the light of the night It'll all seem all right I'll get you a satanic mechanic I'm just a sweet transvestite From Transsexual...

... Transylvania

Why don 't you stay for the night

-Night -Or maybe a bite Bite I could show you My favorite obsession I've been making a man With blond hair and a tan And he's good for relieving My tension I'm just a sweet transvestite From Transsexual...

... Transylvania Hit it! Hit it!

-I'm just a sweet transvestite -Sweet transvestite From Transsexual...

... Transylvania

So come up to the lab And see what's on the slab I see you shiver With antici--

-pation But maybe the rain Is really to blame So I'll remove the cause

But not the symptom

Thank you.

Thank you very much.

Brad!

We'll play along for now and pull out the aces when the time is right.

Slowly, slowly. It's too nice a job to rush.

Hi. My name's Brad Majors and this is my fiancée, Janet Weiss.

You are. . .?

You are very lucky to be invited up to Frank's laboratory.

Some people would give their right arm for the privilege.

People like you, maybe?

I've seen it.

Come along. The master doesn't like to be kept waiting.

Shift it!

Is he--? Frank, I mean, is he your husband?

The master is not yet married. Nor do I think he ever will be.

-We are simply his servants. -Oh.


Magenta.

Columbia.

Go and assist Riff Raff.

I will entertain. . . .

Brad Majors and this is my fiancée, Janet Vice.

-Weiss. -Weiss?

Enchanté.

Well, how nice.

And what charming underclothes you both have.

But here, put these on.

They'll make you feel less vulnerable.

It's not often we receive visitors here.

Let alone offer them hospitality.

Hospitality! All we wanted to do was use your telephone. Goddamn it!

A reasonable request you have ignored!

-Don't be ungrateful. -Ungrateful?!

How forceful you are, Brad.

Such a perfect specimen of manhood. So dominant.

You must be awfully proud of him, Janet.

Well, yes, I am.

-Do you have any tattoos, Brad? -Certainly not.

Oh, well. How about you?

Everything is in readiness, master.

We merely await your word.

Tonight, my unconventional conventionists. . .

. . .you are to witness a new breakthrough. . .

. . .in biochemical research.

And paradise is to be mine!

It was strange the way it happened.

Suddenly. . .

. . .you get a break.

All the pieces seem to fit into place.

What a sucker you've been. What a fool.

The answer was there all the time.

It took a small accident to make it happen.

-An accident! -An accident!

That's how I discovered the secret.

That elusive ingredient.

That spark. . .

. . .that is the breath of life.

Yes.

I have that knowledge.

I hold the secret. . .

. . .to life itself!

You see. . .

. . .you are fortunate.

For tonight is the night. . .

. . .that my beautiful creature is destined to be born.


Throw open the switches on the sonic oscillator.

And step up the reactor power input. . .

. . .three more points!


Oh, Brad!

It's all right, Janet.


Oh, Rocky!

The sword of Damocles ls hanging over my head I've got the feeling someone's Gonna be cutting the thread

Oh, woe is me My life is a misery Oh, can 't you see That I'm at the start Of a pretty big downer

I woke up this morning with a start When I fell out of bed That ain 't no crime And left from my dreaming Was a feeling of unnameable dread That ain 't no crime My high is low I'm dressed up with no place to go And all I know Is I'm at the start Of a pretty big downer

-That ain 't no crime. -Oh, no, no, no.

-That ain 't no crime. -Oh, no, no, no.

Oh, my baby!

The sword of Damocles ls hanging over my head That ain 't no crime I've got the feeling someone's Gonna be cutting the thread That ain 't no crime Oh, woe is me My life is a mystery And can 't you see That I'm at the start Of a pretty big downer

-That ain 't no crime. -Oh, no, no, no.

That ain 't no crime

Well, really!

That's no way to behave on your first day out.

But since you're such an exceptional beauty. . .

. . .I'm prepared to forgive you.

Oh, I just love success!

-He is a credit to your genius. -Yes.

-A triumph of your will. -Yes.

He's okay.

Okay?

Okay?!

I think we can do better than that.

Now, Brad and Janet. . .

. . .what do you think of him?

Well. . . .

I don't like men with too many muscles.

I didn't make him for you!

He carries the Charles Atlas seal of approval.

A weakling weighing 98 pounds Will get sand in his face When kicked to the ground And soon in the gym With a determined chin The sweat from his pores

As he works for his cause Will make him glisten And gleam And with massage Andjust a little bit of steam

He'll be pink And quite clean He'll be a strong man Oh, honey But the wrong man He'll eat nutritious high protein And swallow raw eggs Try to build up his shoulders His chest, arms and legs Such an effort lf he only knew of my plan In just seven days I can make you a man

He'll do press-ups and chin-ups Do the snatch, clean andjerk He thinks dynamic tension Must be hard work Such strenuous living Ijust don 't understand When in just seven days Oh, baby I can make you a man

Eddie!


Whatever happened to Saturday night When you dressed sharp, felt all right Don 't seem the same since cosmic light Came into my life I thought I was divine I'd go for a ride with chicks who 'd go And listen to the music on the radio A saxophone was blowing On a rock 'n ' roll show We climbed in the back seat We really had a good time Hot patootie, bless my soul I really love that rock 'n ' roll Hot patootie, bless my soul I really love that rock 'n ' roll

Lovely party!

My head used to swim From the perfume I smelled My hands kind of fumbled With her white plastic belt I'd taste her baby pink lipstick And that's when I'd melt She'd whisper in my ear Tonight she really was mine Get in front and put some hair oil on Buddy Holly was singing his last song With your arms around your girl You tried to sing along It felt pretty good Really had a good time Hot patootie, bless my soul I really love that rock 'n ' roll Hot patootie, bless my soul I really love that rock 'n ' roll


One from the vaults.

Oh, baby!

Don't be upset.

It was a mercy killing.

He had a certain naive charm. . .

. . .but no muscle.

But a deltoid And a bicep A hot groin And a tricep Makes me...

...shake Makes me want to take Charles Atlas By the hand In just seven days Oh, baby I can make you a man

I don 't want no dissension Just dynamic tension I'm a muscle fan In just seven days I can make you a man Dig it if you can In just seven days I can make you a man

Rocky, Rocky, rah, rah, rah! Rocky, Rocky, rah, rah, rah!

There are those who say that life is an illusion. . .

. . .and that reality is simply a figment of the imagination.

If this is so, then Brad and Janet are quite safe.

However, the sudden departure of their host. . .

. . .and his creation. . .

. . .into the seclusion of his somber bridal suite. . .

. . .had left them feeling both apprehensive and uneasy.

A feeling which grew as the other guests departed. . .

. . .and they were shown to their separate rooms.


Who is it? Who's there?

It's only me, Janet.

Brad, darling, come in.

Oh, Brad!

Yes, my darling! But what if--?

Everything's going to be all right.

Oh, I hope so, my darling.

-It's you! -I'm afraid so. But isn't it nice?

You beast, you monster! What have you done with Brad?

Well, nothing. Why, do you think I should?

You tricked me! I wouldn't have. I've never, never. . . .

Yes. Yes, I know.

But it isn't all bad, is it?

I think you'll really find it quite pleasurable.

-So soft, so sensual. -Stop! I mean, help!

Brad. Oh, Brad!

Brad's probably asleep by now. Do you want him to see you like this?

Like this, like how? It's your fault! You're to blame!

I was saving myself.

Well, I'm sure you're not spent yet.

Promise you won't tell Brad?

Cross my heart and hope to die.


Oh, Brad, darling, it's no good here!

It'll destroy us.

Don't worry. We'll be away from here in the morning.

Oh, Brad, you're so strong and protective.

You!

I'm afraid so, Brad. But isn't it nice?

Why you-- What have you done with Janet?

Nothing. Why, do you think I should?

You tricked me. I wouldn't have. I've never, never, never!

Yes, I know. But it isn't all bad, is it?

Not even half bad. I think you'll really quite enjoy it.

-So soft. So sensual. -No, stop.

Oh, Janet.

Janet!

Janet's probably asleep by now. Do you want her to see you like this?

Like this, like how? It's your fault! You're to blame.

I thought it was the real thing!

Oh, come on, Brad, admit it.

You liked it, didn't you?

There's no crime in giving yourself over to pleasure.

Oh, Brad, you have wasted so much time already.

Janet needn't know. I won't tell her.

You promise you won't tell?

On my mother's grave.

Master, Rocky has broken his chains and vanished.

The new playmate is loose and somewhere in the castle grounds.

Magenta has just released the dogs.

Coming!

What's happening here? Where's Brad?

Where's anybody?

Oh, Brad!

Brad, my darling, how could I have done this to you?

Oh, lf only we hadn't made this journey.

If only the car hadn't broken down.

If only we were amongst friends or sane persons.

Oh, Brad.

What have they done with him?

Brad, how could you?


But you're hurt.

Did they do this to you?

Here. I'll dress your wounds.

Baby, there. Oh.

"Emotion: agitation or disturbance of mind...

. . .vehement or excited mental state. "

It is also a powerful and irrational master.

And from what Magenta and Columbia eagerly viewed on their TV monitor. . .

... there seemed little doubt that Janet was indeed...

...its slave.

Tell us about it, Janet.

I was feeling done in Couldn 't win I'd only ever kissed before

You mean she--?

I thought there's no use getting Into heavy petting It only leads to trouble And seat wetting Now all I want to know Is how to go I've tasted blood and I want more More, more, more.

I'll put up no resistance I want to stay the distance I've got an itch to scratch I need assistance Touch-a, touch-a, touch-a, touch me I wanna be dirty Thrill me, chill me, fulfill me Creature of the night

Then if anything grows While you pose I'll oil you up and rub you down Down, down, down.

And that's just one small fraction Of the main attraction You need a friendly hand Oh, and I need action Touch-a, touch-a, touch-a, touch me I wanna be dirty Thrill me, chill me, fulfill me Creature of the night Touch-a, touch-a, touch-a, touch me I wanna be dirty Thrill me, chill me, fulfill me Creature of the night Touch-a, touch-a, touch-a, touch me I wanna be dirty Thrill me, chill me, fulfill me Creature of the night Creature of the night.

Creature of the night?

Creature of the night.

Creature of the night.

Creature of the night.

Creature of the night Creature of the night.

Creature of the night

Mercy!

How did it happen?

I understood you were to be watching.

I was only away for a minute, master.

Well, see if you can find him on the monitor.

Master.

Master, we have a visitor.

Hey, Scotty!

Dr. Everett Scott.

You know this earthling-- --this person?

I most certainly do. He happens to be an old friend of mine.

I see.

So this wasn't simply a chance meeting.

You came here with a purpose.

I told you, my car broke down. I was telling the truth.

I know what you told me, Brad.

But this Dr. Everett Scott, his name is not unknown to me.

He was a science teacher at Denton High.

And now he works for your government.

He's attached to the Bureau of lnvestigation. . .

. . .of that which you call UFOs! lsn't that right, Brad?

He might be. I don't know.

The intruder is entering the building, master.

He'll probably be in the Zen Room.

Shall we inquire of him in person?


Great Scott!

Frank N. Furter.

We meet at last.

Dr. Scott!

Brad! What are you doing here?

Don't play games, Dr. Scott.

You know perfectly well what Brad Majors is doing here.

It was part of your plan, was it not?

That he and his female should check the layout for you?

Well, unfortunately for you all, the plans are to be changed.

I hope you're adaptable, Dr. Scott.

I know Brad is.

I assure you, Brad's presence comes as a complete surprise to me.

I came here to find Eddie.

-Eddie? I've seen him. He's-- -Eddie?

What do you know of Eddie?

I know a great deal about a lot of things.

You see, Eddie happens to be my nephew.

Dr. Scott.

-Janet! -Dr. Scott!

-Janet! -Brad!

Rocky!

-Janet! -Dr. Scott!

-Janet! -Brad!

Rocky!

Listen! I made you. . .

. . .and I can break you just as easily.

Master, dinner is prepared!

Excellent.

Under the circumstances, formal dress is to be optional.

Food has always played a vital role in life's rituals:

The breaking of bread, the last meal of the condemned man. . .

. . .and now this meal.

However informal it might appear...

... you can be sure there was to be very little bonhomie.


A toast.

To absent friends.

To absent friends.

And Rocky.

Happy birthday to you Happy birthday to you Happy birthday, dear Rocky

-Happy birthday-- -Shall we?

We came here to discuss Eddie.

Eddie!

It's a rather tender subject.

Another slice, anyone?

Excuse me.

I knew he was in with a bad crowd, but it was worse than I imagined.

Aliens!

Dr. Scott!

Go on, Dr. Scott.

Or should I say Dr. Von Scott?

Just what exactly are you implying?

It's all right!

That's all right, Brad.

From the day he was born

He was trouble He was the thorn In his mother's side She tried in vain

But he never caused her Nothing but shame He left home...

... the day she died From the day she was gone All he wanted Was rock 'n ' roll porn Und a motorbike Shooting up junk He was a low-down, cheap little punk Taking everyone for a ride When Eddie said He didn 't like his teddy You knew he was a no-good kid But when he threatened your life With a switchblade knife

-What a guy -Makes you cry Und I did Everybody shoved him I very nearly loved him I said, hey, listen to me Stay sane inside insanity But he locked the door And threw away the key But he must've been drawn Into something Making him warn me In a note which reads:

What's it say? What's it say?

"I'm out of my head Oh, hurry, or I may be dead They mustn 't carry out Their evil deeds"

When Eddie said He didn 't like his teddy You knew he was a no-good kid When he threatened your life With a switchblade knife

-What a guy -Makes you cry Und I did When Eddie said He didn 't like his teddy You knew he was a no-good kid But when he threatened your life With a switchblade knife

-What a guy -Woe, woe, woe

-Makes you cry -Hey, hey, hey Und I did Hey Oh.

Oh, Rocky!

How could you?!

This way! This way!

Shut up!

I'll tell you once I won 't tell you twice You'd better wise up Janet Weiss Your apple pie Don 't taste too nice You'd better wise up Janet Weiss

I've laid the seed It should be all you need You're as sensual as a pencil Wound up like an E or first string When we made it Did ya hear a bell ring?

You got a block Well, take my advice You'd better wise up Janet Weiss The transducer Will seduce ya

My feet! I can't move my feet!

My wheels! My God, I can't move my wheels.

It's as if we were glued to the spot.

You are.

So quake with fear, you tiny fools.

We're trapped.

It's something you'll get used to A mental mind fuck can be nice No!

You won't find Earth people the easy mark you imagine.

This sonic transducer. . .

. . .it is some kind of audio-vibratory, physiomolecular transport device?

-You mean. . .? -Yes, Brad.

It's something we ourselves have been working on for a while.

But it seems our friend here has found a means of perfecting it.

A device capable of breaking down solid matter. . .

. . .and then projecting it through space, and who knows. . .

. . .perhaps even time itself!

He's gonna send us to another planet?

Planet schmanet, Janet.

You'd better wise up Janet Weiss You'd better wise up Build your thighs up You'd better wise up And then she cried out:

Stop!

Don 't get hot and flustered Use a bit of mustard You're a hot dog But you'd better not...

... try to hurt her Frank Furter You're a hot dog But you'd better not...

... try to hurt her Frank Furter You're a hot dog

My God! I can't stand any more of this.

First, you spurn me for Eddie, then you toss him like an old coat for Rocky.

You chew people up and then you spit them out again.

I loved you.

Do you hear me? I loved you.

And what did it get me? I'll tell you, a big nothing.

You're like a sponge. You drain others of their love and emotion.

Well, I've had enough!

Choose between me and Rocky, so named because of the rocks in his head.

It's not easy, having a good time.

Even smiling makes my face ache.

And my children turn on me.

Rocky's behaving just the way that Eddie did.

Maybe I made a mistake. . .

. . .splitting his brain between the two of them.

I grow weary of this world!

When shall we return to Transylvania?!

Magenta. . .

. . .I am indeed grateful to both you and your brother, Riff Raff.

You have both served me well.

Loyalty such as yours shall not go unrewarded.

You'll discover that when the mood takes me, I can be quite generous.

I ask for nothing, master.

And you shall receive it in abundance!

Come. We are ready for the floorshow.


And so, by some extraordinary coincidence...

. . .fate, it seemed, had decided that Brad and Janet. . .

. . .should keep that appointment with their friend Dr. Everett Scott.

But it was to be in a situation. . .

. . .which none of them could have possibly foreseen.

And just a few hours after announcing their engagement. . .

. . .Brad and Janet had both tasted. . .

. . .forbidden fruit.

This in itself was proof. . .

. . .that their host was a man of little morals. . .

. . .and some persuasion.

What further indignities were they to be subjected to?

And what of the floorshow that had been spoken of?

In an empty house. . .

. . .in the middle of the night?

What diabolical plan. . .

. . .had seized Frank's crazed imagination?

What indeed?

From what had gone before, it was clear. . .

. . .that this was to be no picnic.


It was great when it all began I was a regular Frankie fan But it was over when he had the plan To start working on a muscleman Now the only thing that gives me hope Is my love of a certain dope Rose tints my world Keeps me safe From my trouble and pain I'm just seven hours old Truly beautiful to behold And somebody should be told My libido hasn 't been controlled Now the only thing I've come to trust Is an orgasmic rush of lust Rose tints my world And keeps me safe From my trouble and pain

It's beyond me Help me, Mommy I'll be good, you'll see Take this dream away What's this Let's see I feel sexy What's come over me Here it comes again

I feel released Bad times deceased My confidence has increased Reality is here The game has been disbanded My mind has been expanded It's a gas that Frankie's landed His lust is so sincere


Whatever happened...

... to Fay Wray That delicate...

...satin-draped frame As it clung to her thigh How I started to cry

'Cause I wanted to be dressed Just the same Give yourself over To absolute pleasure Swim the warm waters Of sins of the flesh Erotic nightmares Beyond any measure And sensual daydreams To treasure forever Can 't you just see it

Don 't dream it Be it Don 't dream it Be it Don 't dream it Be it

Don 't dream it Be it


We've got to get. . .

. . .out of this trap. . .

. . .before this decadence. . .

. . .saps our wills.

I've got to be strong. . .

. . .und try to hang on.

Or else my mind. . .

. . .may well snap.

Und my life will be lived. . .

...for the thrill

It's beyond me Help me, Mommy God bless...

...Lily St. Cyr

My, my, my, my My, my, my, my I'm a wild and untamed thing I'm a bee with a deadly sting Get a hit and your mind goes "ping"

Your heart'll thump And your blood will sing Let the party and the sounds rock on We're gonna shake it Till the life has gone Rose tints my world Keep me safe from my trouble and pain

We're a wild and an untamed thing We're a bee with a deadly sting Get a hit and your mind goes "ping"

Your heart'll thump And your blood will sing So let the party And the sounds rock on We're gonna shake it Till the life has gone Rose tints my world Keep me safe from my trouble and pain

We're a wild and an untamed thing We're a bee with a deadly sting Get a hit and your mind goes "ping"

Your heart'll thump And your blood will sing So let the party And the sounds rock on We're gonna shake it Till the life has gone Rose tints my world Keep me safe from my trouble and pain

Frank N. Furter It's all over Your mission is a failure Your lifestyle's too extreme I'm your new commander You now are my prisoner We return to Transylvania Prepare the transit beam Wait!

I can explain.


On the day I went away Goodbye Was all I had to say Now I I want to come again and stay Oh, my, my Smile and that will mean I may

'Cause I've seen

Blue skies through the tears In my eyes

And I realize

I'm going home

I'm going home

Everywhere it's been the same Feeling Like I'm outside in the rain Wheeling Free to try and find a game Dealing Cards for sorrow Cards for pain

'Cause I've seen

Blue skies Through the tears In my eyes

And I realize

That I'm going home

I'm going home

I'm going home

I'm going home


How sentimental.

And also presumptuous of you.

You see, when I said "we" . . .

. . .were to return to Transylvania. . .

. . .I referred only to Magenta and myself.

I'm sorry, however, if you found my words misleading. . .

. . .but you see. . .

. . .you are to remain here.

In spirit anyway.

Good heavens, that's a laser.

Yes, Dr. Scott.

A laser capable of emitting a beam of pure anti-matter.

You're going to kill him?

-What's his crime? -You saw what became of Eddie.

Society must be protected.

Exactly, Dr. Scott.

Now, Frank N. Furter, your time has come Say goodbye to all of this. . .

. . .and hello to oblivion.

No.

No.

No!


Good God!

You killed them.

But I thought you liked them. They liked you.

They didn't like me!

They never liked me!

You did right.

A decision had to be made.

You're okay by me.

Dr. Scott. . .

. . .I'm sorry about your nephew.

Eddie?

Yes, well, perhaps it was for the best.

You should leave now, Dr. Scott, while it is still possible.

We are about to beam the entire house. . .

. . .back to the planet of Transsexual. . .

. . .in the galaxy of Transylvania.

Go.

Now.

Our noble mission is almost completed. . .

. . .my most beautiful sister.

And soon we shall return to the moon-drenched shores. . .

. . .of our beloved planet.

Sweet Transsexual.

Land of night.

To sing and dance once more to your dark refrain.

To take that. . .

. . .step to the right.

But it's the pelvic thrust That really drives you insane And our world. . .

. . .will do the time warp again!

I've done a lot God knows I've tried To find the truth I've even lied But all I know Is down inside I'm bleeding

And superheroes Come to feast To taste the flesh Not yet deceased And all I know Is still the beast Is feeding


And crawling On the planet's face Some insects Called the human race Lost in time

And lost in space And meaning Meaning