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The Country Doctor (1936)

Approved | | Drama, Romance | 14 April 1936 (Sweden)
A doctor has a rough time obtaining the money for delivering his services in a lumber town until he delivers the Dionne quintuplets.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
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The Wyatt Quintuplets
Yvonne Dionne ...
Yvonne (as Yvonne)
Cecile Dionne ...
Cecile (as Cecile)
Marie Dionne ...
Marie (as Marie)
Annette Dionne ...
Annette (as Annette)
Emilie Dionne ...
Emelie (as Emelie)
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Constable Jim Ogden
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Tony Luke
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Nurse Katherine Kennedy
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MacKenzie
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Asa Wyatt
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Dr. Paul Luke
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Storyline

A doctor has a rough time obtaining the money for delivering his services in a lumber town until he delivers the Dionne quintuplets.

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Drama | Romance

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14 April 1936 (Sweden)  »

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As Cinco Gémeas  »

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(Western Electric Noiseless Recording)

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1.37 : 1
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Trivia

"The Dionne Quintuplets" and the individual quintuplet first names appear on the title frame. Since they do not appear in the comprehensive cast list at the end, they are listed first in the IMDb cast list, according the IMDb policy. See more »

Connections

Followed by Five of a Kind (1938) See more »

Soundtracks

Three Blind Mice
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Traditional children's song
In the score at feeding time
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Jean Hersholt, the Danish Doctor
16 May 2008 | by (New York City) – See all my reviews

Jean Hersholt tackles the role of a country doctor, a role that would eventually metamorphose into Dr. Christian, a series that would occupy him for the rest of his life in a B movie series, on radio, and even in one episode of a television series, cut short by his untimely death.

Here, directed by Henry King -- a brilliant jack-of-all-trades, but whose métier was the rural comedy-drama, starting with TOL'ABLE David -- and supported by a great cast including John Qualen, Montague Love, Jane Darwell and Slim Summerville, Hersholt is not precisely the star -- there are the usual youngsters involved with falling in love -- because this was intended as a publicity-driven programmer and the Dionne Quintuplets are actually top-billed. But everyone runs things through expertly and Jean Herholt was born to play this role.


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