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Madame Curie (15-Dec-1943)

Director: Mervyn LeRoy

Writers: Paul Osborn; Paul H. Rameau

Based on a book: Madame Curie by Ève Curie

Musical Score: Herbert Stothart

Producer: Sidney Franklin

Keywords: Drama, Biography

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Albert Bassermann
Actor
7-Sep-1867 15-May-1952 German actor
Victor Francen
Actor
5-Aug-1888 18-Nov-1977 Confidential Agent
Greer Garson
Actor
29-Sep-1904 6-Apr-1996 Mrs. Miniver
James Hilton
Novelist
9-Sep-1900 20-Dec-1954 Goodbye, Mr. Chips
Van Johnson
Actor
25-Aug-1916 12-Dec-2008 The Caine Mutiny
Margaret O'Brien
Actor
15-Jan-1937   Meet Me in St. Louis
Reginald Owen
Actor
5-Aug-1887 5-Nov-1972 Prolific character actor
Walter Pidgeon
Actor
23-Sep-1897 25-Sep-1984 How Green Was My Valley
C. Aubrey Smith
Actor
21-Jul-1863 20-Dec-1948 The Four Feathers
Henry Travers
Actor
5-Mar-1874 18-Oct-1965 It's a Wonderful Life
Robert Walker
Actor
13-Oct-1918 28-Aug-1951 Strangers on a Train
May Whitty
Actor
19-Jun-1865 29-May-1948 Night Must Fall

CAST

Greer Garson   ...   Marie Curie
Walter Pidgeon   ...   Pierre Curie
With
Henry Travers   ...   Eugene Curie
Albert Bassermann   ...   Prof. Jean Perot
Robert Walker   ...   David Le Gros
C. Aubrey Smith   ...   Lord Kelvin
May Whitty   ...   Mme. Eugene Curie
Victor Francen   ...   University President
Elsa Basserman   ...   Madame Perot
Reginald Owen   ...   Dr. Becquerel
Van Johnson   ...   Reporter
Margaret O'Brien   ...   Irene Curie (Age 5)
Narration Spoken by
James Hilton   ...   Narrator (voice)

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