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Marie may refer to:
It may also refer to:
- Marie Antoinette, the last queen of France, who was overthrown during the French Revolution and beheaded by guillotine.
- Marie Therese of France, the daughter of Marie Antoinette and King Louis XVI
- Marie José of Belgium, last Queen of Italy before the abolition of the Italian monarchy in 1946
- Marie (murder victim), an unidentified girl killed in Florida after being pushed in front of a moving vehicle in 1973.
- Marie, ballet based upon the life of Marie Antoinette, produced by Houston Ballet, under the artistic direction of Stanton Welch
- Marie (novel), novel by H. Rider Haggard featuring Allan Quatermain
- Atelier Marie, the first game in Atelier (series)
Film and television
- Marie (film), a 1985 American film about the parole board scandals in Tennessee under Ray Blanton, directed by Roger Donaldson
- Marie (TV series), a talk show hosted by Marie Osmond
- Marie Antoinette (2006 film), a film based upon Marie Antoinette's life
- "Marie", song written by Irving Berlin, that was a hit for Tommy Dorsey, Rudy Vallée, Nat Shilkret, Franklyn Bauer, The Four Tunes, and The Bachelors
- "Marie" (song), a hit for Johnny Hallyday
- Marie, EP by the band Romance of Young Tigers
- "Marie", song by Solveig Sandnes
- "Marie", song by Townes Van Zandt popularized by Willie Nelson
- "Marie-Jeanne", song by Joe Dassin from the album Les deux modes de Joe Dassin
- "Marie Laveu", song by Canned Heat from the album Boogie with Canned Heat
- Teena Marie (1956–2010), American singer, songwriter, and producer
- USS Marie, the name of more than one United States Navy ship
- SS Marie, a number of steamships with this name
- Marié, a Japanese feminine given name
- Marie, Alpes-Maritimes, commune of the Alpes-Maritimes department in France
- Marie biscuit, type of sweet biscuit similar to a Rich Tea biscuit
- Mars Radiation Environment Experiment (MARIE), spacecraft instrument
- Saint Marie, a manhwa series
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