People: Sep. 13, 1982

"You don't meet nice boys when you live on Skid Row," laments the heroine in Little Shop of Horrors, the cheery, off-Broadway hit now playing in New York City. You don't meet nice plants either. The star of the show is a wonderfully animated blob of garden life named Audrey II that takes a carnivorous delight in human blood. The description once fit Roger Corman, 56, too. But that was in the days when he ran American International Pictures, producing such classics as Not of This Earth, A Bucket of Blood and a little-known...

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