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She is wearing a coat and long orange dress she answers the phone for Rosemary at the party. Permalink Reply by Scott Paul on September 15, at 6: There are many that you see but do not hear distinctly especially in the three "party" scenes and dream sequences. Many are named on imdb but they do not often give pictures Open ceritasexx it is difficult to determine who is who.
Pokemon lugia naked was pretty faithful to the book but not necessarily in the Woodhouse party scene. Sabatini and producer William Castle as the man at the phone booth. The great western villain character actor Roy Barcroft "the sun-browned" man in a dream sequence also was on that show. She had been in the Abbott and Costello movie Jack and the Beanstalk in She appeared in Nude Emaline henry Boston Strangler in In Rosemary's Baby she plays Mrs.
Sabatini the member of the coven who has a black cat. Below is an index card that was part of Lee Gold's huge collection of mostly in person autographs: He sometimes played a lawman. In movies he was in mostly westerns. In Rosemary's Baby, he played the part of "the sun-browned man" who held the jar of blood or red paint that Roman used to paint on the naked Rosemary. He died a year after the movie was released. His autograph is uncommon. This is from an index card: In the book he has a white mustache but like Dr.
Sapirstein in the movie he Emaline henry nude a beard. She herself did scores of movies and television shows. She was cast as the angry nun Sister Agnes in the first dream sequence. There are lots of people who appear in the movie but it is hard to identify who they are. The website imdb has several listed but no photos just "man at party" etc.
This is not particularly helpful when the person may have only appeared in this one movie. It is known that Polanski used friends of he and his wife in the movie in small parts such as Wende Wagner as one of Rosemary's girlfriends. By using the book and movie sometimes you can tell the person as in the case of Roy Barcroft and Almira Sessions.
I doubt I will ever get all the autographs of many of these extras since many never did anything else to warrant people asking for them. The "coven" members in the "nude" scene are not the same as the ones in the New Year's Party or at the end. The others are all older and I have no clue who they are. I would doubt most of these ever had autographs except perhaps on employment withholding stubs and contracts. I have tried to use both the book and movie to figure out who some of these people are.
When Rosemary throws her party the book is good in naming the people and what they said or did. The only problem is "Pedro" in the movie has no lines and in the movie 2 different people say those lines. The "Pedro" in the movie says nothing and is actually the cult leader Michael Gomez of the new documentary Holy Hell. If anyone has autographs of these please feel free to post them here. He is another who was on an episode of Columbo. According to imdb he is "A Man at the Party" I have not been able to pick him out.
If anyone has spotted him I would appreciate it. This is an autograph from the s. He also acted in the theater on and off Broadway. Permalink Reply by Christopher Williams on October 3, at 5: Love that movie, but always hated the ending. The ending was somewhat ambiguous and Levin wrote his sequel that in my view is better left unread. The movie was very closely followed the book although reading the book then watching the movie really helps.
I agree the ending was not quite satisfying. I have even read the screenplay to try to figure out who some of the actors are. A few I think must have been friends of the director since they have no other credits. The acting was top notch and owes much to the wonderful character actors. I loved Phil Leeds Dr. Shand the dentist I do not think he speaks at all but when Rosemary gets in his car after being "caught" he squints his eyes and smiles. Hope Summers is wonderful in it also.
Of course, Ruth Gordon steals the show. Patsy Kelly too I love when she sticks her tongue out at Rosemary. Just first class all the way. I have never been to New York City but love movies involving apartment buildings there. Thanks again my friend for taking a look at the autographs took me a while to find some of them.