Words and draws by Russ
I loved that movie, too. The first time I saw it was in Abilene Texas at midnight - there were people in costumes dancing in front of the screen and up and down the aisles. I'd never seen anything like it.
Ah, the Rocky Horror memories! I haven't seen it advertised in any of our local theaters for a few years now. I hope it isn't completely gone because I want to take my own kid in a couple years. Loved this post!-Cin
Every once in awhile I watch the movie. It's a cool, fun, jaunt down memory lane. (Hugs)Indigo
Keep up with these autobiographical entries. I can't tell you how much I love them.
Never done it in a theater, that would be fun.
A few years ago I took Amelia to a local theater for a "vintage"(their billing) showing of this. I thought she'd be praying for everyone's souls, but she was SO into it. Loved it.This from a kid who isn't entirely sure the Volstead Act should have been repealed ;o.~Mary
i hope you're working on a graphic novel/memoir combo. you're relentlessly observant and have a keen memory. you've gotta do it. you owe it to the rest of your fans. i'm just sayin'. '
dude, i still have this TiVo'd. cuz i relive the memories, altho it's been twenty years since i participated. and my husband is all excited cuz Glee is featuring some Rocky Horrors this next week.
I was disappointed when I found out this movie was not about Sylvester Stallone and his morally challenged girlfriend.
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