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."
The Dakota Building on Manhattan's Upper West Side was renamed The Bramford for the film.
Why, congratulations, papa!
Thanks! There was nothing to it.
Continuity: When Rosemary is getting ready to go through the closet to the Castevet's apartment, she takes down all the shelves and then goes away. When she comes back, the shelf above her head has been replaced.
Composed by Krzysztof Komeda (as Christopher Komeda)
Sung by Mia Farrow