This week, we continue a short run of three episodes of the 1940s soap opera, "Rosemary", that highlight a key plot in the soap, where Rosemary's amnesiac War vet husband discovers he had a wife and child before he met Rosemary.
In the episode of May 7, 1947, Rosemary returns home from her jaunt to New York to look for Bill's previous wife and his child. She's lost her job at the newspaper, with the position filled by someone else as Rosemary trotted off to the big city. But, the kindly doctor in town is there to help Rosemary find another job. At home, Rosemary tries her best to get her mother hooked up with the doctor and Rosemary's artist friend, Brad, consoles her and tries to help her forget her problems.
Will Rosemary find another job to support her mother and sister? Will she finally get over that amnesiac husband of hers and respond to the advances of her wild and crazy artist friend?
The show was sponsored by Ivory Snow. Notice how they separate the reminders about saving kitchen fat from the sponsor's product message? I guess they didn't want to get housewives thinking too much about the fact that their favorite beauty bars and laundry soaps were being made from leftover hamburger grease.
Our show was transferred from an original line check Radio recorders lacquer transcription marked "Protection Copy". The program appears to be previously lost/uncirculated.
Next week ... a very special episode of "Rosemary" where we finally meet [insert organ music here] the Other Woman....