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Little Shop of Horrors (1986)

Rick Moranis, Ellen Greene, Vincent Gardenia, Steve Martin, Tichina Arnold, Michelle Weeks, Tisha Campbell-Martin, Levi Stubbs, James Belushi, John Candy, Christopher Guest, Bill Murray
John Belushi | nitrous oxide | Marquis de Sade
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Song: "Skid Row (Downtown)" (0:07)

Seymour on DJ Wink’s radio show: “I’d like to remind our listeners that the Audrey II is on display exclusively at Mushnik’s Skid Row Florists.” (0:23)

Crystal tells Ronette and Chiffon, referring to Audrey: “That poor gal suffers from low self-image.” (0:24)

Mr. Mushnik tells Audrey, “The Shivas are our most important funeral account.”
Seymour: “He took me out of the Skid Row home for Boys...”
Audrey: “It’s clear you suffer from a low self-image.” (0:31)

Dentist Orin huffs nitrous oxide. (0:34, 0:36, 0:38)

Orin asks Seymour, “You want some nitrous oxide?” (0:36)

Seymour tells plant Audrey II, “She deserves a prince, not a sadistic creep like him... Seems like the whole world’s going crazy.” (0:38)

Masochistic dental patient Arthur enjoys the pain inflicted by Orin. (0:47)

Orin tells Seymour, “I’m going to want some gas for this.”
”I find a little giggle gas before I begin increases my pleasure enormously.” He dons apparatus and huffs, laughing inappropriately. (0:50)

Mr. Mushnik asks Seymour, referring to Audrey, “You love her her madly, don’t you, schmuck?” (1:02)

Audrey tells Seymour, “You’re hysterical.” (1:08)

Audrey faints. (1:16)

Executive Patrick asks Seymour, “What’re ya nuts?”
Seymour: ”Yeah, I’m nuts.”
Patrick: I'll come back when you’re in a better mood.” (1:19)

Little Shop of Horrors