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Hold The Roses (2002, original release: 2002)


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Published: Lexington, Ky. : University Press of Kentucky, [2002] ©2002
Description:  xii, 284 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
ISBN/ISSN: 0813122643 (cloth : alk. paper),
Language:  English

Includes index

And here she is, folks -- Baby Rose Marie, the child wonder -- Springtime in the Rockies -- Baby meets "Uncle Al" and the boys -- Hollywood: the first time -- Tastyeast is tempting -- From baby to Miss Rose Marie -- Sweet sixteen-- or eighteen? -- The love of my life -- Spring in Brazil and Berle -- Courtship in hell -- Heavenly honeymoon -- Hollywood-- love, home, and work -- The Flamingo opening -- Presenting Georgiana Marie Guy -- Florida and the ski school -- Our social life-- California style -- Phil Silvers and Broadway-- again -- The singer's curse-- nodes -- My illustrious movie career --The Dick Van Dyke Show -- My dear friends-- my angels -- When "Tom" became "Tim" Conway -- Life is a three-legged chair -- Hollywood Squares -- An affair not to remember -- Doris Day and Australia -- The theater-- dinner and otherwise -- The pussycat theaters and Vince -- Up a tree, or ring around Rosie -- 4 girls 4 -- Noop's wedding -- 4 girls 4, the second time -- Things I forgot to tell you Related Searches:
Rose Marie, -- 1923-2017
Entertainers -- Biography. -- United States

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Shoulda, Coulda, Rosie

Guess I expected more Dick Van Dyke show anecdotes and experiences and less of Rose Marie's early career and family life. The Dick Van Dyke show chapter was only ten pages...too brief for such a significant show and experience. The early life and career material was like...who cares that much... though the chapter on the premature death of her husband was dramatic and interesting. Some of her other experiences were mildly interesting, like her gig with the Hollywood Squares game show. No wonder this was published by a university (of Kentucky) rather than a major league publisher.
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