The greatest untold story in showbiz is also the longest career it ever had. Rose Marie was a child star before Shirley Temple was born, sang for Al Capone, opened the first big casino in Las Vegas and changed the world by playing a female writer on “The Dick Van Dyke Show” when women didn't work on TV. Spanning vaudeville, radio, Broadway, film, television and more, this new documentary tells the story of American entertainment through the eyes of the legendary performer, with rare footage and interviews from several celebrated colleagues.

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