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Rosemary's Baby (1968) More at IMDbPro »

Printed Media Reviews
Antonio de Obregón. "Satanista con nevera y televisión". In: "ABC" (Madrid), 7 February 1969, Pg. 66, (NP)
Curval, Philippe. In: "Fiction", (France), Vol. 181, January 1969, Pg. 146-147, (MG)
Forestier, Francois. In: "Première" (France), December 1991, Pg. 27, (MG)
Harris, Mark. "New To DVD: Rosemary's Baby Collector's Edition (A-)". In: "Entertainment Weekly" (USA), Vol. 1, Iss. 565, 27 October 2000, Pg. 93, (MG)

Garsault, Alain. "Entretien avec Robert Bloch". In: "Fiction" (Paris, France), Nouvelles Editions Opta, September 1979, Pg. 191, (MG)
Heimerman, Benoît. "Jean-Claude Carrière. Pour 'Cyrano', j'ai réécrit 150 alexandrins et personne ne s'en est rendu compte". In: "Le Magazine Littéraire" (Paris, France), Sophia Publications, Iss. # 568, June 2016, Pg. 52, (MG), ISSN: 0024-9807

Other information
"Classic Scene: Rosemary's Baby". In: "Premiere" (USA), Vol. 13, Iss. 3, November 1999, Pg. 144, (MG)

Original Literary Source
Levin, Ira. "Rosemary's Baby". (New York City, New York, US), Random House, Inc., 1967, Pg. 245, (BK), 1568490658

Monographic related book
Levin, Ira. "Rosemary's Baby". Random House NY, 1967

Houston, Beverle & Marsha Kinder. ""'Rosemary's Baby'." Sight and Sound Winter -69". Vol. 38, 1968, Pg. 17-19

Rosemary's Baby: Screenplay by Roman Polanski, illustrated by Jim Burke. "( 58-106)". In: "Scenario 5:4", A Talk with Roman Polanski." Followed by "Adapting and Directing Rosemary's Baby, 2001

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