Madame Curie

MR. and MRS. MINIVER together again

Categories: Drama, Romance
Poor physics student Marie is studying at the Sorbonne in 1890s Paris. One of the few women studying in her field, Marie encounters skepticism concerning her abilities, but is eventually offered a research placement in Pierre Curie's lab. The scientists soon fall in love and embark on a shared quest to extract, from a particular type of rock, a new chemical element they have named radium. However, their research puts them on the brink of professional failure.

Status: Released IMDb
Release date: 1943-12-16
Run time: 124 minute / 2:4
Director: Mervyn LeRoy
Writers: Paul Osborn, Hans Rameau.
Production Companies : Loew's, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Production Country: United States of America



Greer Garson
as Marie Curie
Walter Pidgeon
as Pierre Curie
Henry Travers
as Eugene Curie
Albert Bassermann
as Professor Jean Perot
Robert Walker
as David Le Gros
C. Aubrey Smith
as Lord Kelvin
May Whitty
as Madame Eugene Curie
Victor Francen
as President of University
Elsa Bassermann
as Madame Perot
Reginald Owen
as Dr. Becquerel
Van Johnson
as Reporter
Margaret O'Brien
as Irene Curie - Age 5
James Hilton
as Narration Spoken By (voice)
Mariska Aldrich
as Tall Woman (uncredited)
Tony Carson
as Man at Accident (uncredited)
Ruth Cherrington
as Swedish Queen (uncredited)
Ray Collins
as Lecturer (voice) (uncredited)
Guy D'Ennery
as Professor (uncredited)
George Davis
as Cart Driver (uncredited)
Harold De Becker
as Professor (uncredited)
Franz Dorfler
as Assistant Tailor (uncredited)
Justine Duney
as Woman at Accident (uncredited)
Tay Dunn
as Man at Accident (uncredited)
William Edmunds
as Cart Driver (uncredited)
Nestor Eristoff
as Board Member (uncredited)
Al Ferguson
as Man at Accident (uncredited)
Edward Fielding
as Board Member (uncredited)
Howard Freeman
as Prof. Constant (voice) (uncredited)
Linda Lee Gates
as Perot Granddaughter (uncredited)
Marie Louise Gates
as Perot Granddaughter (uncredited)
Lisa Golm
as Lucille (uncredited)
Ilka Grüning
as Seamstress (uncredited)
Lumsden Hare
as Professor Roget (uncredited)
Teddy Infuhr
as Son (uncredited)
James Kirkwood
as Board Member (uncredited)
Isabel La Mal
as Woman at Accident (uncredited)
Gene Lockhart
as Bit Part (uncredited)
Miles Mander
as Businessman (uncredited)
George Meader
as Singing Professor (uncredited)
Dickie Meyers
as Master Michaud (uncredited)
Noel Mills
as Wedding Guest (uncredited)
Leo Mostovoy
as Photographer (uncredited)
Alan Napier
as Dr. Bladh (uncredited)
Moroni Olsen
as President of Businessman's Board (uncredited)
María Pagés
as Woman at Accident (uncredited)
Gigi Perreau
as Eve at 18 Months (uncredited)
Francis Pierlot
as Monsieur Michaud (uncredited)
Nita Pike
as Woman at Accident (uncredited)
Dorothy Raye
as Nurse (uncredited)
Almira Sessions
as Madame Michaud (uncredited)
Arthur Shields
as Businessman (uncredited)
Wyndham Standing
as King Oscar (uncredited)
Ray Teal
as Driver (uncredited)
Charles Trowbridge
as Board Member (uncredited)
Michael Visaroff
as Proud Papa (uncredited)
Marek Windheim
as Jewelry Salesman (uncredited)
Frederick Worlock
as Businessman (uncredited)
Eustace Wyatt
as Doctor (uncredited)
Paul Osborn Screenplay

Harold F. Kress Editor

Mervyn LeRoy Director

Cedric Gibbons Art Direction

Joseph Ruttenberg Director of Photography

Hans Rameau Screenplay

Sidney Franklin Producer

Herbert Stothart Music

E.J. Mannix Executive Producer

Costume & Make-Up
Irene Costume Design
Irene Costume Supervisor

Ève Curie Writer

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