hot patootie bless my soul

2015 marks the 40th anniversary of The Rocky Horror Picture Show.
This movie has become part of our collective consciousness. People who’ve never seen it have somehow experienced the Time Warp, or say, “Dammit Janet!” without really understanding why.

Cult classic.
Life changing.

How many times did I wear a bra and slip to the movie theater to throw toast and wear a newspaper on my head? I honestly can’t count. Hot patootie bless my soul, I’ve come home with so much rice in my bra I could have made dinner!
Don’t dream it, be it.
We just wanted to have fun. We wanted to sing and dance and feel like we belonged. Even if it was to a Sweet Transvestite.
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  1. I thought it was a cool movie but while my brother was going to school in New York, found out there was a scene where he could be “popular” by bringing props like our hometown city of Cleveland newspapers. This added another part of our family’s fun, Robyn. I liked the two innocents, i forget the guys acting name, and Susan Sarandon in their roles. Of course, hilarious when you think how ahead of its time this was!
    Even though just made “Kinky Boots” into a musical I loved that movie, too. I wish I could go see it on stage. Did you ever see that based on a true story British film? 🙂

    • The guy is Barry Bostwick. He and Susan Sarandon have come a LONG way!
      I honestly can’t count how many times I went to the movies dressed up and ready to have fun! Ahead of it’s time on film…absolutely! But how can you not love Tim Curry in a garter belt and fishnets!?!
      I haven’t seen Kinky Boots. I’ll have to get on that.

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