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Ellen Greene, Alan Menken & Frank Oz Celebrate Little Shop of Horrors at the New York Film Festival

Ellen Greene, Alan Menken & Frank Oz Celebrate Little Shop of Horrors at the New York Film Festival
Photo by: Bruce Glikas
Frank Oz, Ellen Greene and Alan Menken.
'Little Shop of Horrors' fans turned out in droves to see the Director's Cut at the New York Film Festival.

It took 26 years for Little Shop of Horrors fans to see a mean green mother from outer space take over the world, demolish New York and eat Cleveland. That’s right: The film’s original apocalyptic ending was restored to its full glory by Kurt Galvao and screened at the 2012 New York Film Festival on September 29. Billed as the director’s intended ending, this Little Shop of Horrors includes 20 minutes of never-been-seen footage in which the blood-thirsty plant eats Seymour, Audrey and pretty much the entire world. The festival’s sold-out crowd was treated to an extra surprise when Little Shop director Frank Oz, composer Alan Menken and star Ellen Greene took the stage after the screening for a talkback and live performance. Luckily, Broadway.com photographer Bruce Glikas was there, too! Click below to see photos from the event, and check out the scary ending when Little Shop of Horrors: The Director’s Cut is released on DVD October 9.
 

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