Charlie's Angels: Season 3, Episode 21

Rosemary, for Remembrance (2 May 1979)

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Rosemary Garfield's 1935 murder remains unsolved after 44 years. Her widower Jake was wrongly sent to prison for it, but has been released. The Angels try to solve her murder and find out who is trying to kill him.

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Kris Munroe / Rosemary Garfield
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Rosemary Garfield's 1935 murder remains unsolved after 44 years. Her widower Jake was wrongly sent to prison for it, but has been released. The Angels try to solve her murder and find out who is trying to kill him.

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This is the only episode in the series where Cheryl Ladd plays another character other than Kris Munroe. See more »

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Tim Stone: I remember you. You're the ex-cop Uncle Jake tried to hire.
Gordon Sanders: Ironic, isn't it? Asked twice to investigate a murder that you commited?
Gordon Sanders: [chuckles] You're smart, you're smarter than the other Rosemary.
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When Did You Leave Heaven?
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Music by Richard A. Whiting
Lyrics by Walter Bullock
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Atypical, non-formulaic episode - a must for Cheryl Ladd fans
21 December 2012 | by See all my reviews

Cheryl Ladd continues to rise to the most challenging acting assignments of this series: this time, she becomes the first Angel to go beyond a mere "undercover" identity and play (in flashbacks) a second, completely different character: Rosemary, a bootlegger's wife, who was mysteriously murdered in 1935. Her husband, who has just been released from prison, has become the target of an unknown killer, so his nephew asks Kris, who is the spitting image of the late Rosemary, to come to the family mansion and find out what's going on. But Rosemary's husband seems to still be stuck in the 1930s, and separating the past from the present is becoming increasingly hard for him. Cheryl Ladd has rarely, if ever, looked more classily beautiful than she does here, and she has a WONDERFUL little moment where she spontaneously starts dancing, all by herself, to a record of jazz music (before being rudely interrupted by a gunshot in another room). Eerie, atypical (the other Angels and Bosley are only peripherally involved), and at times even artistic, this is one of the finest episodes of the whole series, and an absolute must-see for all Cheryl Ladd fans. *** out of 4.


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