Los Angeles announces it Rocky Horror Picture Show Day as Tim Curry is feted during the film’s 40th anniversary (Rough Cut – no reporter narration).
Rocky Horror invades LA’s City Hall
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STORY: It seemed like a normal day at Los Angeles’ City Hall but when council member Paul Koretz stood up to make an announcement that they would be honoring ‘The Rocky Horror Picture Show’ and making Friday (October 30) a day to mark the film’s 40th anniversary, the hall came alive with song and dance. ‘The Rocky Horror Picture Show’s” famous anthem ‘The Time Warp’ rang out and members of the film’s shadow cast – a performance troupe that acts out the film alongside its screening – entered the hall dancing in their various costumes. Watching on was the film’s iconic actor Tim Curry, who played the transvestite scientist Dr Frank-N-Furter.