Trivia: At one point on set, the cast had an off-camera Easter egg hunt. Some were never found, apparently, because you can see at least three of the eggs: one under Frank-N-Furter's throne, one in the main hall in place of the light, and another you can see when they are going up to the lair in the elevator.
Trivia: A life-size bronze statue of Riff Raff dressed in the finale's space suit, was erected in Hamilton, New Zealand in 2004, in a tribute to RHPS creator/writer Richard O'Brien. The following is inscribed on the plaque: "It's astounding! Where we stand is the birthplace of the Rocky Horror Picture Show. On this site stood the Embassy Theatre, the home of Hamilton's Late Night Double Feature show, and the barber shop where Richard O'Brien cut hair and daydreamed from 1959 to 1964." WETA Workshops, of Lord of the Rings fame, designed the statue.Super Grover
Trivia: This movie premiered in the US at the end of summer '75, following the blockbuster premiere of Jaws in June '75. When the studio created theatrical posters for The Rocky Horror Picture Show, one was a bit of a send-up with the caption, "A different set of jaws" under the big red lips.Super Grover
Trivia: Several cast members from the original Rocky Horror Show stage play reprise their roles in the film. These include Tim Curry as Frank, Patricia Quinn as Magenta, Richard O'Brien as Riff-Raff and Little Nell as Columbia. Jonathan Adams who plays Dr. Scott in the film was the original Narrator in the London stage production while Meatloaf played both Eddie and Dr. Scott in the Los Angeles production.
Trivia: During the scene where they were having meat for dinner, only Tim Curry and Richard O'Brien knew Eddie's (Meatloaf's) body was under the table and they were suppose to be eating him. None of the other actors knew this. Therefore when Dr. Frank-N-Furter lifts the tablecloth up exposing the body, the reaction of the other actors are genuine.SAZOO1975
Trivia: The famous opening scene with the lips was inspired by a painting called "Lips Over Hollywood" by the artist Man Ray.