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Annie Horror Picture Show


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 Once upon a time, in a world where musicals collided, there was a young girl named Annie who dreamed of becoming a famous singer. She lived in an orphanage run by a strict and cruel matron, who made her clean and scrub floors all day long.


One night, Annie decided to run away from the orphanage in search of a better life. She stumbled upon a strange castle, where she was welcomed inside by a group of eccentric characters, led by a flamboyant transvestite scientist named Dr. Frank N. Furter.



At first, Annie was hesitant to join in the wild and raucous festivities of the castle, but soon she was swept up in the excitement and energy of the group. She discovered that Dr. Furter was working on a secret project in his laboratory, a creation he called "Rocky," who was meant to be the ultimate singing sensation.

Annie was enchanted by the idea of becoming a famous singer, and begged Dr. Furter to let her sing with Rocky. He agreed, and soon Annie was rehearsing alongside Rocky for the grand unveiling of his singing debut.

However, on the night of the performance, disaster struck. The orphanage matron had followed Annie to the castle, and stormed in just as Rocky was about to take the stage. She declared that Annie must return to the orphanage immediately, and that the project of Dr. Furter was a disgrace.



Enraged, Dr. Furter used his experimental technology to transform the matron into a monstrous creature, while Annie and Rocky sang a duet that shook the castle to its foundations. In the end, Annie realized that true fame and success came not from showmanship and spectacle, but from the bonds of friendship and family.

And so, with the matron defeated and Dr. Furter's creation a success, Annie returned to the orphanage, but this time she had a new sense of confidence and determination. She knew that someday, she would become a famous singer, but for now, she was content to sing and dance with her new friends in the castle of wonders.



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