The Little Shop of Horrors

The original version of Roger Corman’s The Little Shop of Horrors was the fastest film ever made.

It was written in a single night, rehearsed in three days, and shot in two days and one night. 

Why the rush? 

Corman wanted to finish the movie by New Year’s Day 1960, when a new industry practice would have forced him to pay the actors residual fees for any showing.


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