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Corre, Sadie

Sadie Corre

  Sadie Corre (née Sarah Corré) was born on May 31, 1918 in Bognor Regis, West Sussex.  

During her lifetime she performed in many different types of live performances in the UK and Australia.

Sadie was known for her antics with the cast and crew of the film Devil Doll.

Sadie Corre died on August 26, 2009.

Funny Bones~1995 - Poodle Woman
Who Framed Roger Rabbit~1988 - uncredited Ink and Paint Club Patron (see Actor Connections - Film)
Willow~1988 - uncredited Melwyn Villager (see Actor Connections - Film)
Caravaggio~1986 - Princess Collona
Return to Oz~1985 - Munchkin (see Actor Connections - Film)
Brazil~1985 - little person (see Actor Connections - Film)
Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi~1983 (as Sadie Corrie) - Ewok Warrior
Dark Crystal, The~1982 (as Sadie Corrie) - Slave Master
Wombling Free~1977 - Womble Mme. Cholet (see Actor Connections - Film)
Mr. Quilp~1975 - uncredited little person
Old Curiosity Shop, The~1975 - uncredited little person
Rocky Horror Picture Show, The~1975 - Transylvanian
Body, The (doc)~1970 -
Chitty Chitty Bang Bang~1968 -
Devil Doll~1964 - uncredited as Hugo The Dummy
?~19?? - Child (in Marlene Dietrich film)
?~19?? - Child (in Richard Tauber film)

TV Hell~1992 -
Mr. Majeika~1988 -
Benji's Very Own Christmas Story~1978 - uncredited Pins
Milligan in Winter~1972 -
Bright Boffins~1970 - Oswald
Born to Be Small~1971 (doc) - Herself
Aquarius: The Skin Game~1970 (doc) - Herself

Snow White~1994 - Sneezer (Vincent Allen Theatre, UK)
Turn Again Whittington~1960/61 - The Cat (London Palladium, London, Eng., UK)
Dick Wittington~1960 - The Cat (London Palladium, London, England, UK)
Where the Rainbow Ends~ - (Holborn Empire)
Goody Two Shoes~1948 - (King's Theatre, Hammersmith)
Scandals~1947 -
Godiver Rides Again~1956-58 -
Folly to be Wise~1956-58 -
Gulliver's Travels~1956-58 -
Melody Inn~1947 -
Opportunity Knocks~1947 -
Peter Pan~1939/40 - Peter Pan (tour of UK with ENSA)
Follow the Sun~1935/6 - (Adelphi Theatre)
Madam Butterfly~1930 - Trouble (Streatham Hill Theatre, UK)

Was a member of the Grand Order of the Lady Ratlings

Sat on the Board of the Variety Artists Federation

1937 - Was a part of Hughie Green's "His Gang" (comedy and tap dancing)

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