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Emilie Dionne (1934–1954)

Emilie Dionne was born on May 28, 1934 in Callender, Ontario, Canada as Marie Jeanne Emilie Dionne. She was an actress, known for Five Times Five (1939), Quintupland (1938) and Universal Variety View 8341: King Winter (1953). She died on August 6, 1954. See full bio »


(age 20)

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 1938 Five of a Kind
Emelie - a Wyatt Quintuplet (as Emelie)
 1936 Reunion
Emilie Wyatt (as The Dionne Quintuplets)
 1936 The Country Doctor
Emelie (as Emelie)
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 1998 Life and Times (TV Series documentary)
 1953 Universal Variety View 8341: King Winter (Documentary short)
Herself - Winter Carnival Guest
 1942/I Unusual Occupations (Documentary short)
Herself (quintuplet) (uncredited)
 1939 Five Times Five (Documentary short)
 1938 Quintupland (Documentary short)
 1936 Going on Two
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 2006 La vie secrète des gens heureux
Catherine Dufresne (as Émilie Dionne)
 1978 The Dionne Quintuplets (TV Movie documentary)
Herself / Dionne Quintuplet
 1962 Year of Siege (Documentary short)
Herself (quintuplet)

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Alternate Names:

The Dionne Quintuplets | Émilie Dionne | Emelie

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Died as a nun at her convent home after being smothered by her bed pillow during an epileptic seizure. See more »

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