Don’t you just love behind-the-scenes photos, when the actor seems out of character, but still not quite?
In this vintage photo, Dr. Frank N. Furter of The Rocky Horror Picture Show isn’t wearing his lacy lingerie but is instead clad in a tight shirt and pants, but that eye make-up tells us it’s him alright. Why is he staring at the ceiling? Might he just be exhausted from all that singing?
The Rocky Horror Picture Show was a cult classic, and well-remembered largely for Tim Curry’s portrayal of the tranny doctor.
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