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Emily Bronte (Character)
from Les soeurs Brontë (1979)

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Alternate Names:
Emily Bront / Young Emily Bront


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  1. Lives and Deaths of the Poets (2011) Played by Erin Kaufman

  2. In Search of the Brontës (2003) (TV) Played by Elizabeth Hurran (as Emily Bront) / Kayleigh Stephenson (as Young Emily Bront) / Caragh Casserly (as Young Emily Bront)

  3. Cuatro caras para Victoria (1992) Played by María Teresa Costantini
  4. Wuthering Heights (1992) Played by Sinéad O'Connor
    ... aka "Emily Brontë's Wuthering Heights" - USA (complete title)

  5. Les soeurs Brontë (1979) Played by Isabelle Adjani (as Emily Bront)
    ... aka "The Bronte Sisters" - International (English title) (festival title)
  6. "The Brontës of Haworth"
        - Rewarding Destiny (1973) TV episode, Played by Rosemary McHale (as Emily Bront)
        - Delusion's Song (1973) TV episode, Played by Rosemary McHale (as Emily Bront)
        - Home and Abroad (1973) TV episode, Played by Rosemary McHale (as Emily Bront)
        - The Little King (1973) TV episode, Played by Rosemary McHale (as Emily Bront)

  7. The Brontë Family (1951) (TV) Played by Patricia Gilder (as Emily Bront)

  8. Devotion (1946) Played by Ida Lupino
  9. Three Sisters of the Moors (1944) Played by Lynne Roberts

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From Devotion (1946)
Emily Bronte: All our lives there has been too much left unsaid between us. Loving is the only thing that really matters, Charlotte. It's worthwhile being hurt a bit to find that out. The world has always frightened me a little, so I'm really not afraid to leave it now. Though sometimes, when I hear the wind blowing through the heather, or see the sun go down beyond Wuthering Heights, I think, perhaps, I'd like to stay just a little longer. See more »

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