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*full disclosure: a review copy of this book was provided by Limelight Editions. Limelight Editions has recently launched Dave Thompson's "The Rocky Horror Picture Show: Music on Film." This small title of 148 pages was released May 1, 2012 and the novel covers the evolution of one of the most renowned stage plays and films. Originally shown in England, this play would show for over two thousand performances before moving to Los Angeles and later New York. There have been few plays that have been quite as successful as The Rocky Horror Picture Show. Author Thompson does a great job of immersing the reader into the world of this bizarre phenomenon which continues to thrive even to this day. "The Rocky Horror Picture Show: Music on Film" covers many items of trivia. For instance, certain musical numbers were lost or added as the production shifted from a play into a feature. As well, »

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