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Rosemary, for Remembrance 

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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Episode complete credited cast:
Kris Munroe / Rosemary Garfield
Jake Garfield
Gilbert Green ...
Lawrence Renaldi
Gordon Sanders
Frau Himbeere
Tim Stone
Ron Lombard ...


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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2 May 1979 (USA)  »

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


Tim Stone: You wanna know who inherits all this? I do. All the maintenance costs, repair bills, debts... The money's all gone, Kris, he's squandered most of it redecorating this house, before he asked me to come here and run things.
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A Classic Episode Involving Kris Munroe
31 August 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

When an ex-mobster is targeted for murder, Sabrina,Kelly and Kris are called in by his nephew to investigate in Rosemary, for Remembrance.

Jake Garfield, a prohibition-era gangster who has just been released from prison after serving a long sentence for tax evasion and other crimes, narrowly eludes several attempts on his life. Jake's nephew, Tim Stone, convinces him to hire the Angels for protection. Jake has demanded that the police re-open the 40-year-old investigation of his wife Rosemary's murder. He believes that his rival, Lawrence Renaldi, mistakenly killed Rosemary while trying to take out Jake. Renaldi insists that he is innocent, but Sabrina and Bosley suspect that he is trying to silence Jake out of fear that the investigation might prove that Renaldi is not the legitimate businessman he claims to be. Renaldi and Gordon Sanders, the police lieutenant originally assigned to the case, believe that Jake actually killed Rosemary. Tim insists that Kris stay at Jake's mansion and serve as his bodyguard. She soon discovers that she looks exactly like Rosemary, and Jake has a difficult time keeping in touch with reality. Kelly and Sabrina recommend that she get out of the house after someone tries to shoot at her, but Kris insists on staying. The maid reveals that she saw Jake retrieve his gun on the night of the murder, after the philandering Rosemary decided to run off with the chauffeur. Kris accuses Tim of using her because of her resemblance to Rosemary. He admits that he was hoping she could restore Jake's memory so that he might remember the whereabouts of Rosemary's diamond necklace, which was never found after her death. Tim needs the money to pay off all of his uncle's debts so that they won't lose the house. Kris ignores her friends' warning and decides to help Jake remember what happened the night of the murder. Jake becomes delusional and puts together a birthday party for Rosemary; he gives her present to Kris. Bosley poses as a syndicate representative and warns Renaldi to stop harassing Jake. Renaldi is found murdered shortly thereafter. Everyone assumes that Jake is to blame, so Kris decides to get out of the house as quickly as possible. Jake believes that Kris and Tim are actually Rosemary and the chauffeur, and goes after his gun. He takes back the necklace, but lets them leave without firing at them. Kris realizes that Jake could not have been the murderer, because Rosemary and the chauffeur were killed up the street. A car suddenly blocks their path, and Sanders emerges with a gun. He confesses that he killed Rosemary by mistake after Renaldi paid him $5000 for a hit on Jake. Renaldi offered him a substantial amount to finish the job after Jake's release.

This is definitely one classic episode involving Kris Munroe. Cheryl Ladd doubles as the Prohibition-era flapper,Rosemary during the flashbacks.Kudos to her for a great performance as both as Angel and a 20's modern woman.Also,this happens to be a great example of a cold case - a case that must be solved years later with no more than a few suppositions and witnesses.Aside from that,we also get to meet interesting supporting characters and how the Angels are able to conclude a cold case which atypical of the cases that they are involved in.

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