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Ethel Rosenberg (Character)
from "Angels in America" (2003)

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Angels in America: :  -- Playwright Tony Kushner adapts his political epic about the AIDS crisis during the mid-eighties, around a group of separate but connected individuals.

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  1. "Days That Shook the World"
        - The Cost of Betrayal: The Defection of Burgess & MacLean/The Execution of the Rosenbergs (2005) TV episode, Played by Marisa Privitera
  2. "Angels in America"
        - Perestroika: Heaven, I'm in Heaven (2003) TV episode, Played by Meryl Streep
        - Perestroika: Beyond Nelly (2003) TV episode, Played by Meryl Streep
        - Perestroika: Stop Moving! (2003) TV episode, Played by Meryl Streep
        - Perestroika (2003) TV episode, Played by Meryl Streep
        - Millennium Approaches: Bad News (2003) TV episode, Played by Meryl Streep

  3. Citizen Cohn (1992) (TV) Played by Karen Ludwig

  4. Les Rosenberg ne doivent pas mourir (1975) (TV) Played by Marie-José Nat

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From Citizen Cohn (1992) (TV)
[the ghost of Ethel Rosenberg visits Roy in his deathbed]
Ethel Rosenberg: Here's a secret, boychick. The electricity makes everything brighter. I could see. All the Jews were afraid because if you could kill me, all the Jews would die.
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