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Murder Most Foul (1964)--Margaret Rutherford IS Miss Marple

Murder Most Foul (1964)--Margaret Rutherford IS Miss Marple

Murder Ahoy! is the last of four Miss Marple films, made by MGM and starring Margaret Rutherford. As in the three previous films, Margaret Rutherford plays Miss Jane Marple, Bud Tingwell is (Chief) Inspector Craddock and Stringer Davis (Rutherford's real-life husband) plays Mr Stringer. The film was made in 1964 and directed by George Pollock, with David Pursall and Jack Seddon credited with the script.

Murder Ahoy! is the last of four Miss Marple films, made by MGM and starring Margaret Rutherford. As in the three previous films, Margaret Rutherford plays Miss Jane Marple, Bud Tingwell is (Chief) Inspector Craddock and Stringer Davis (Rutherford's real-life husband) plays Mr Stringer. The film was made in 1964 and directed by George Pollock, with David Pursall and Jack Seddon credited with the script.

Gracie Fields starred as Miss Marple in the 1956 film version of A Murder Is Announced.

Gracie Fields starred as Miss Marple in the 1956 film version of A Murder Is Announced.

St Mary Mead (Nether Wallop) Miss Marple's great gift is to have seen every facet of human behaviour in her village of St Mary Mead.

St Mary Mead (Nether Wallop) Miss Marple's great gift is to have seen every facet of human behaviour in her village of St Mary Mead.

Rear Window. Jimmy Stewart and Grace Kelly. By Alfred Hitchcock. I like Hitchcock films

1947 The Ghost and Mrs Muir I have watched the movie and the TV series many times over the years and never tire of either.The film is a romantic fantasy film starring Gene Tierney and Rex Harrison (interesting to compare what fantasy movies were about over 65 years ago) . It is based on a 1945 novel written by Josephine Leslie under the pseudonym of R. A. Dick.

The Ghost and Mrs. Muir (1947)

1947 The Ghost and Mrs Muir I have watched the movie and the TV series many times over the years and never tire of either.The film is a romantic fantasy film starring Gene Tierney and Rex Harrison (interesting to compare what fantasy movies were about over 65 years ago) . It is based on a 1945 novel written by Josephine Leslie under the pseudonym of R. A. Dick.

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