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Madame Curie
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(1943)

Young Polish physics student Marie marries Doctor Pierre Curie, in whose lab she had worked for a while. On their honeymoon they decide to find out what caused the strange effect Prof. Becquerel has noticed with the uranium/thorium stones for her dissertation. After many experiments they find out that there must be more radioactive elements than uranium and thorium, and they try to isolate it. After years of experiments in a makeshift lab at the University, they are able to isolate a few grains of a new element, radium, from 7 tons of raw material, but at the height of their success, Pierre is killed in an traffic accident. Written by Stephan Eichenberg

Runtime:
2:04
Released:
December 15, 1943

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Du4vxuo0dxoiah5rsbzehs1zegg Greer Garson Marie Curie
Yef8i0fg7xdgwg0v9cjihhfmzw8 Walter Pidgeon Pierre Curie
Mmr6d7ghuawpyhahklkidxvk7un Henry Travers Eugene Curie
79zxwdvhb2kwhmg6gwchyeqi1r0 Albert Bassermann Professor Jean Perot
Q2qzuq1wra28ffsgp9bgx8soaex Robert Walker David Le Gros
4tjgdb6gwerilthssdlnrmoizm4 C. Aubrey Smith Lord Kelvin
Pdk0fwywhtqtxvaexxochysw0py Dame May Whitty Madame Eugene Curie
7v95kzztrwf2e5exh6hfw0usdz0 Victor Francen President of University
Elsa Bassermann Madame Perot
Bgtpal7icrdyjqzjgllivy6tlmw Reginald Owen Dr. Becquerel
Fvhweeytszeaszzowg0kxohmsif Van Johnson Reporter
Htob153nusgcjw5fzgiktq3ok74 Margaret O'Brien Irene Curie - Age 5
James Hilton Narration Spoken By (voice)

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Mervyn LeRoy Director

Writing

Paul Osborn Screenplay

Hans Rameau Screenplay

Ève Curie Writer