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Rosemary

This old time radio soap opera told the story of 20 year old secretary Rosemary Dawson, who works to support her mother and sister. Rosemary falls madly in love and marries journalist Bill Roberts. Of course, not all is well in Soapland; Bill, a war veteran, suffers from amnesia.

5 old time radio show recordings
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2 Audio CDs


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About this Old Time Radio Show

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Soap Opera (1944 - 1955)

Bette WinklerRosemary was created by Elaine Carrington, who also penned When a Girl Marries and Pepper Young's Family, starring Burgess Meredith.

Rosemary told the story of 20 year old secretary Rosemary Dawson, who works to support her mother and sister. Rosemary falls madly in love with journalist Bill Roberts, and they marry. Of course not all is well in Soapland. Bill, a war veteran, suffers from amnesia. Who knows what will come up from Bill's past. Sure enough, we find out that Bill is previously married and has a little girl. How will this new/old wife affect Bill and Rosemary? Ivory SnowRosemary claims she only wants Bill to be happy, but can she really let him go? And what about Rosemary's many other admirers? Tune in tomorrow for the answers!

Rosemary was sponsored by Procter and Gamble for its entire run. The show was a vehicle for Ivory Snow Dishwashing soap, Camay, as well as Dash and Tide Laundry detergents.

Stars Betty Winkler, (Rosemary,) and George Keane (Bill) met while doing the soap, and were married. When Keane was forced to leave the show due to illness, Winkle chose to leave as well. They would be replaced by Virginia Kaye and Robert Readick. Bill's first wife, Audrey, would be played by the same actress that portrayed Rosemary's younger sister, Jone Allison. This collection is also part of the Rare Soap Operas Collection.

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These classic recordings are available in the following formats:
  • MP3 CDs are delivered by mail. These archival quality MP3 CDs are playable in your computer and many MP3 player devices.



    5 recordings on 1 MP3 CD for just $5.00
    total playtime 1 hours, 13 min
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      5 shows - total playtime 1 hours 13 minutes
      1. Rosemary 460626.mp3
      2. Rosemary 460712 Digital Glitches.mp3
      3. Rosemary 460722.mp3
      4. Rosemary 470507.mp3
      5. Rosemary 470508.mp3
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    5 recordings on 1 MP3 Collection Download for just $5.00
    total playtime 1 hours, 13 min
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    Click here to see disc contents


      5 shows - total playtime 1 hours 13 minutes
      1. Rosemary 460626.mp3
      2. Rosemary 460712 Digital Glitches.mp3
      3. Rosemary 460722.mp3
      4. Rosemary 470507.mp3
      5. Rosemary 470508.mp3
  • Standard Audio CDs are delivered by mail on archival quality media with up to 60 minutes on each CD and play in all CD players



    5 recordings on 2 Audio CDs
    total playtime 1 hours, 13 min

    Disc A001

    1. Rosemary 460626
    2. Rosemary 460712 Digital Glitches
    3. Rosemary 460722
    4. Rosemary 470507

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    Disc A002

    1. Rosemary 470508

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