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Baby Rosemary (1976)

Troubled and sexually repressed Rosemary has serious issues with her estranged father abandoning her as a little girl at an orphanage. Rosemary neglects the carnal needs of her boyfriend ... See full summary »

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(as Howard Perkins)

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Cast

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Sharon Thorpe ...
Rosemary
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John Mills (as John Leslie Dupré)
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Unis (as Leslie Bovee)
Ken Scudder ...
Mick (as Ken Cotton)
Monique Cardin ...
Kate (as Samantha King)
John Seeman ...
Ronald
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Tracy (as Candida Royale)
Melba Bruce ...
Marsh (as Melba Poché)
Dale Meador ...
Thomas Price
Tino Costello
Ralph Johnson
Rhoda Forbes
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Troubled and sexually repressed Rosemary has serious issues with her estranged father abandoning her as a little girl at an orphanage. Rosemary neglects the carnal needs of her boyfriend John, so John turns to prostitute Unis to satisfy his lascivious desires. In the wake of her father's sudden passing, Rosemary sinks into a deep depression and finds herself caught up in a surreal erotic nightmare world of sex and death. Written by Woodyanders

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Adult | Drama

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X | See all certifications »
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13 May 1977 (Denmark)  »

Also Known As:

Bad Baby Rose Marie  »

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Goofs

Near the end, a close-up of Thomas Price, dead in an open casket is shown. He is visibly breathing. See more »

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References The Black Cat (1934) See more »

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Awful
20 July 2004 | by (Lutz, Florida) – See all my reviews

I may not be qualified to review this title, as I only made it through the first ten minutes. Yet in that time, I saw the heroine being humiliated by a man who supposedly cared for her and then raped at knifepoint.

Granted, I didn't go in expecting The Color Purple. Yet I was expecting an intelligent adult film, not a horror movie. And while I'm definitely not a censorship maven (indeed, I work for an adult magazine), I really wish that filmmakers would stop confusing rape with sex.

No offense to Candida Royalle and John Leslie, both of whom I adore. I'm just glad they've bone gone on to bigger (and better) things. This movie, for its part, needs to go in the trash.


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