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The National Catholic Office for Motion Pictures reviled the film, condemning it for "the perverted use which the film made of fundamental Christian beliefs, especially surrounding the birth of Christ, and its mockery of religious persons and practices" - these criticisms were due in part to sequences depicting Rosemary's guilt over her lapsed Catholicism, anti-religious references to the Pope made by Roman Castevet "You don't need to have respect for him because he pretends that he's holy" , the portrayal of Rosemary's pregnancy as a sexually-transmitted disease, and the film's view of Satanism as the birth of the Anti-Christ.
Narrator: As Samiyyah's labor progresses, her baby's heart rate is monitored every 15 minutes.
The next morning, Rosemary questioned mysterious scratches she found on the side of her body.
Mr Rice went on to have a huge career playing basketball in the NBA and was a three-timer All-Star.
She approached the black bassinet expecting to see her own human child.
She was surrounded by many chanting, overweight, elderly naked figures of the Satanists' coven , including husband Guy John Cassavetes and neighbors Roman Sidney Blackmer and Minnie Ruth Gordon Castevet.