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Sadie Corre, RIP

If I said the name Sadie Corre to you, you probably wouldn’t recognize it. But as soon as I showed you this photo…

most of you would know her immediately. (Hint: “It’s just a jump to the left!)

What I didn’t know until now is that she apparently was inside “Hugo the Dummy” (uncredited) in the movie in episode 818- DEVIL DOLL. She was also an Ewok, and she was in “The Dark Crystal,” “Who Framed Roger Rabbit” and “Chitty Chitty Bang Bang” as well.

It seems she passed away on Aug. 26 at the age of 91. There’s a nice obit here.

40 Replies to “Sadie Corre, RIP”

  1. Beats the hell out of me…


  2. Gorn Captain says:

    Here’s a hint: Let’s do the time warp again!


  3. Graboidz says:

    The photo really doesn’t ring a bell? Was she on the grassy knoll perhaps???


  4. I'm not a medium, I'm a petite says:

    I wasn’t aware of her before, but of course i recognize the picture from RHPS. I’m always deeply impressed by an actor, such as her, that is able to carve out a succesful little niche and to keep making a living at it for such a long time. RIP Ms Corre.


  5. ck says:

    Was the picture from a movie? I don’t reconize it.


  6. Cabbage Patch Elvis says:

    It’s just a jump to the left?


  7. Fart Bargo says:

    Check out the obit for the answer. I echo Petite’s comments at 4.


  8. crowschmo says:

    The photo is from The Rocky Horror Picture show. She played a Transylvanian.


  9. rcfagnan says:

    How sad that she had to play Hugo. She couldn’t have any ham! Not only that, she couldn’t have any luncheon meats: not bologna or thuringer…


  10. rockyjones says:

    What an amazing bio this woman had! Wow…


  11. GizmonicTemp says:

    Alas, she’ll never do the time warp again. And I had so much antici………………………………………………………………pation.


  12. Mike says:

    I have to confess I’m deeply disappointed that nearly half of the commenters on this post are apparently ignorant of the Rocky Horror Picture Show. I thought MSTies were supposed to be more savvy when it came to cult and B-movies? :cry:


  13. Graboidz says:

    Mike – I’m well aware of the RHPS..saw it originally 21 years ago at a midnight screening in Baltimore’s Senator theater while in high school. Saw it once…that was enough. Hated it then, would most likely hate it now. A thumbnail photo of a bit player in a flick seen two decades ago isn’t exactly going to ring bells for most folks.


  14. MoxieHart says:

    Hot patootie, bless my soul! She wasn’t an ugly little dummy. Jeez, Devil Doll was a weird movie. RIP.


  15. Dave says:

    You think he likes ham. Wait till you see me like ham.


  16. The Toblerone Effect says:

    lol @ GizmonicTemp At least SOMEONE got the hint!


  17. Bot Snak says:

    @Graboidz #13: As a wise sage once said, “Not everybody will get it. The right people will get it.”


  18. Bot Snak – now let’s see how many people here don’t get that one.


  19. (Bot Snak’s quote, that is.)


  20. Mike says:

    @ Graboidz # 13: Aw, how can you hate Rocky Horror? It’s so… weird. And I mean that in the best way possible. :wink:


  21. Hey, don’t be disappointed in me. I saw Rocky Horror at a Midnight show at least 20 years ago. Obviously the picture is from Rocky Horror. Doesn’t mean I had to know who this woman was beyond a background player.


  22. KentuckyCunctator says:

    Am I the only human that believes Devil Doll to be a superior film to Rocky Horror?

    Rocky Horror gives cult films a bad name.


  23. Fred P says:

    My wife loves it, RHP that is but…Seeing Tim Curry as a giant trasvestite. just isn’t my bag baby. :shock:


  24. Fred P says:

    oops, that’s transvestite !!!!!


  25. thecorman says:

    I’d endure an intimate evening with Torgo before I’d watch the thing that is Barry Bostwick again. Although I do remember Susan Sarandon looking pretty nice in that movie….


  26. Cabbage Patch Elvis says:

    Devil Doll IS superior, KentuckyCunctator, as far as I’m concerned. I also agree with you that it gives cult films a bad name. It tries way too hard to be “weird”, and it purely REEKS of the effort. But I suppose we’re all allowed our own lousy opinions. Takes all kinds, I reckon.


  27. I like the first half of Rocky Horror but at that point the best songs are already done and it becomes a bit boring.


  28. GizmonicTemp says:

    This thread reminds me that I haven’t seen “RHPS” in awhile. And so now I’m torn. Do I watch my usual “Young Frankenstein” on Halloween night, or “RHPS” in memoriam?


  29. Matty-O says:

    @ GizmonicTemp ~ If it’s been a while since you’ve seen Rocky Horror, then you’re well overdue for a booster shot. Sure, only the first half is funny, but it’s a classic and perfect for Halloween.

    As for the rest of you, I’m with Mike. How on God’s green Earth can ANYBODY not instantly recognize a Time Warp reference, especially with a pic of someone obviously from that immortal scene from the movie?


  30. Graboidz says:

    For my Rocky Horror has always been one of those things you are “supposed” to like simply because of it’s wierdness. Yea..audience participation…yea. As someone exposed to the films of John Waters at an early age….Rocky Horror seems like so much fluff in comparison.


  31. Tim says:

    Here is another piece on Sadie’s passing


  32. I'm not a medium, I'm a petite says:

    RHPS: Like it or not ( I like it, but I think I understand why others might not ), RHPS is important to all of us that turn down the lights ( where applicable ) as part of the ( perhaps indirect ) pre-history of MST3K and the gentle art of talking back to, and otherwise interacting with, the movie.

    I’d give Sadie C. 2 paving stones on the Path of Honor that leads to the Gizomincs / Deep 13 National Historic Site and SOL Memorial.


  33. Mike says:

    @ Matty-O # 29: I guess some folks are just blessed with a highly visual memory. :wink:

    As for Rocky Horror “trying too hard to be weird,” I have to disagree. Remember that the movie was released in 1975, and the play ran in London for two years before that. So it pretty well predates the trend of people referencing B-movies or cult films to be ironic or self-consciously “weird”. (It certainly doesn’t predate Susan Sontag’s Notes on Camp, but that’s another matter.)

    I see it as a genuine, if cracked, love song to horror and sci-fi films of the ’30s through the ’50s, with a healthy dose of the sexual revolution thrown in for good measure. Weird? Yes. Disingenuously so, or mere posing? Not in my opinion.


  34. Rich says:

    To appreciate this movie I suggest you concentrate on the thoroughly hammed-up performance by Tim Curry. He’s the center of it for me. Also Meatloaf’s frantic number on the motorcycle. It’s superficial, manic and silly, and you will appreciate it best in that mindset.


  35. Wow says:

    it’s just a movie…i should really just relax…

    good or great or bad…at the end of the day…just a movie…


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  40. Mike Smith says:

    I know sadie, she was a very very close friend of my nan, i first met her when i was 13 nearly 20 years ago at my cousins wedding, she was taller than me lol. What a person, non stop laughter and jokes all the way.


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