Rosemary's Baby (1968) - Trailer
Genres: Horror, Drama, Mystery
Cast: Rutanya Alda, Fritzi Jane Courtney, Ralph Bellamy, Phil Leeds, Max Wagner, Maurice Evans, Tom Signorelli, William Graeff Jr., Mia Farrow, Elisha Cook Jr., Ann Graeff, Elmer Modling, Michael Stark, Emmaline Henry, Lynn Brinker, John Halloran, Floyd Mutrux, Cathy Steele, Charles Grodin, Sebastian Brook, Ernest Harada, Geoffrey Norman, Al Szathmary, Hanna Landy, William Castle, Marilyn Harvey, Patricia O'Neal, Clay Tanner, Robert Osterloh, Florence Clayton
Director(s): Roman Polanski
Trailer: Rosemary"s Baby (1968)
A young couple move into an apartment, only to be surrounded by peculiar neighbors and occurrences. When the wife becomes mysteriously pregnant, paranoia over the safety of her unborn child begins to control her life.
Theatrical trailer for the classic William Castle thriller "Rosemary's Baby" starring Mia Farrow, John Cassavetes and Ruth Gordon (Best Supporting Actress Oscar). Directed by Roman Polanski. After moving into a creepy old apartment in Manhattan with her husband Guy, Rosemary Woodhouse begins to experience odd, unpleasant things happening to her. Guy becomes enchanted with their nosy neighbors, Minnie and Roman Castevet, after the older couple's ward commits suicide. Then Rosemary gets pregnant after a bad dream in which a horrible creature makes love to her. A caring Minnie keeps giving her some weird concoction for the pregnancy and Rosemary doesn't feel at all well. The only solution is, as the tag-line says, to "pray for Rosemary's baby." Written by alfiehitchie. via W. David Lindholm
Synopsis:Desirous of starting a family, the young Catholic housewife, Rosemary Woodhouse, and her struggling actor husband, Guy, move into the Bramford, New York's iconic building which brims with unpleasant stories of obscure dwellers and ghastly occurrences. Before long, the young couple is befriended by their elderly and somehow eccentric next-door neighbours, Roman and Minnie Castevet--and shortly after--Rosemary unexpectedly gets pregnant. However, little by little, as the inexperienced mother becomes systematically cut off from her circle and friends, alarming hints of a well-planned and sinister conspiracy will begin to emerge, enfolding Rosemary in a shroud of suspicion and mental agony. In the end, why is everyone so conveniently eager to help; furthermore, why is Guy allowing it?