Marie-France Dufour

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Marie-France Dufour or Marie (8 August 1949, in Nancy – 18 October 1990) was a French singer. She made her hit Sun in 1971, but she is probably best known for representing Monaco in the Eurovision Song Contest 1973 in Luxembourg by song "Un train qui part". She was also featured in Les Misérables as Éponine. She died of leukemia at the age of 41 in 1990.

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Preceded by
Peter McLane & Anne-Marie Godart
Monaco in the Eurovision Song Contest
1973
Succeeded by
Romuald Figuier