The Dionne quintuplets

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Born in 1934, the Dionne children are the first set of quintuplets known to survive. As babies, they were considered a rare phenomenon and immediately became world famous. Three of the five quints were still living when The Oprah Show aired in January 1996. They were 60 years old at the time.
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