What's the Difference between The Rocky Horror Show the Play and The Rocky Horror Picture Show the Movie?

Musical

The Rocky Horror Show

1%
Released: 1973
Playwrite: Richard O'Brien

The Rocky Horror Picture Show

99%
Released: 1975
Director: Jim Sharman
Characters
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In the Play In the Movie
Dr. Frank N. Furter
Dr. Frank N. Furter
Portrayed by: Tim Curry
Brad Majors
Brad Majors
Portrayed by: Barry Bostwick
Janet Weiss
Janet Weiss
Portrayed by: Susan Sarandon
Riff-Raff
Riff-Raff
Portrayed by: Richard O'Brien
Magenta
Magenta
Portrayed by: Patricia Quinn
Columbia
Columbia
Portrayed by: Little Nell (Nell Campbell)
Dr. Scott
Dr. Scott
Portrayed by: Jonathan Adams
Eddie
Eddie
Portrayed by: Meatloaf
Rocky Horror
Rocky Horror
Portrayed by: Peter Hinwood
Narrator
The Criminologist
Portrayed by: Charles Gray
This Character does not appear.
The Transylvanians
The Rocky Horror Picture Show Play vs Movie
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In the Play In the Movie
   "Time Warp" is a more intimate song and dance performed only by characters Riff-Raff, Magenta, and Columbia. "Time Warp" is a larger production number having Riff-Raff, Magenta, and Columbia performing with a chorus of characters known as the Transylvanians.
   Eddie enters by jumping out of the Coca-Cola vending machine in the laboratory where he has been frozen. Eddie enters via motorcycle from a walk-in deep freezer in the laboratory.
   The Floor Show costumes have a slight gender distinction with the women wearing sequined bras and the men wearing corsets. There is no distinction between the men's and women's Floor Show costumes.
   Rocky's song "The Sword of Damocles" contains a verse in the middle performed by the Narrator. "The Sword of Damocles" verses are performed only by Rocky. The Narrator's (Criminologist's) verse was not included.
   Eddie's dismembered remains are taken out of the coke machine and put in the disposal by Magenta. There is no dinner scene. Parts of Eddie's remains are served and eaten at dinner while the rest of him is under the table.
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