Rosie - in Film and Television

In Film and Television

  • Rosie (1965 film), an Indian Malayalam film starring Prem Nazir
  • Rosie! (1967 film), a film starring Rosalind Russell
  • Rosie! (1969 film), a 1969 film
  • Rosie and Jim, British children's television programme
  • Rosie, 1970's BBC TV police series, set in Scarborough, North Yorkshire

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