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Rosemary's Baby
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Rosemary's Baby (1968)

Directed by Roman Polanski

Writing credits
Ira Levin
  (novel)
Roman Polanski

Genre: Horror / Thriller

Tagline: Pray for Rosemary's Baby

Cast overview, first billed only:
Mia Farrow  ....  Rosemary Woodhouse
John Cassavetes  ....  Guy Woodhouse
Ruth Gordon (internal linkHarold And Maude)(vhs/ntsc)atomjacked inventory cache  ....  Minnie Castevet
Sidney Blackmer  ....  Roman Castevet
Maurice Evans ....  Edward "Hutch" Hutchins
Ralph Bellamy ....   Dr. Abe Sapirstein
Victoria Vetri  ....  Terry Gionoffrio
Patsy Kelly  ....  Laura-Louise McBirney
Elisha Cook Jr.  .... Mr. Nicklas
Emmaline Henry  ....  Elise Dunstan
Charles Grodin  ....  Dr. C.C. Hill
Hanna Landy  ....  Grace Cardiff
Phil Leeds  ....  Doctor Shand
D'Urville Martin ....  Diego
Hope Summers  .... Mrs. Gilmore

Runtime: USA:136
Country: USA
internal linkLanguage: English
Color: Color (Technicolor)
Sound Mix: Mono
Certification: USA:R / Sweden:15



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Rosemary's Baby - all that attention...


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In a scene near the beginning of the film, Mia Farrow (Rosemary) meets another young woman who lives in her apartment building. Farrow tells the other woman that at first she mistook her for the actress Victoria Vetri. The woman says that people tell her that all the time, and then she introduces herself as Terry Gionoffrio.

This is actually a little in-joke, because the woman who plays Terry Gionoffrio really IS Victoria Vetri. However, in the credits, she is listed as Angela Dorian, which was the name she used when she posed in Playboy, where she was the 1968 Playmate of the Year.



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a Polish poster for _Rosemary's Baby_
 
 

Rosemary's Baby - Polish poster



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Roman Castevet (Sidney Blackmer): No pope ever visits a city where the newspapers are on strike.

Minnie Castevet (Ruth Gordon): I heard he's gonna postpone and wait till it's over.

Roman Castevet: Well, that's showbiz. That's exactly what it is: all the costumes, the rituals--all religions.

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