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Murder Ahoy (22-Sep-1964)

Director: George Pollock

Writers: David Pursall; Jack Seddon

Music Composed and Conducted by: Ron Goodwin

Keywords: Mystery

Based on the Miss Marple character by Agatha Christie.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Lionel Jeffries
Actor
10-Jun-1926 19-Feb-2010 Chitty Chitty Bang Bang
Derek Nimmo
Actor
19-Sep-1930 24-Feb-1999 All Gas and Gaiters
Margaret Rutherford
Actor
11-May-1892 22-May-1972 The V.I.P.s
Charles Tingwell
Actor
3-Jan-1923 15-May-2009 Breaker Morant

CAST

Margaret Rutherford   ...   Miss Marple
Lionel Jeffries   ...   Capt. Rhumstone
with
Charles Tingwell   ...   Det. Insp. Craddock
William Mervyn   ...   Breeze-Connington
Joan Benham   ...   Matron Alice Fanbraid
Stringer Davis   ...   Mr. Stringer
Nicholas Parsons   ...   Dr. Crump
Henry Oscar   ...   Lord Rudkin
Miles Malleson   ...   Bishop
Derek Nimmo   ...   Humbert
Gerald Cross   ...   Brewer
Francis Matthews   ...   Compton
Norma Foster   ...   Shirley
Terence Edmond   ...   Sgt. Bacon
Lucy Griffiths   ...   Millie
Bernard Adams   ...   Dusty Miller
Tony Quinn   ...   Kelly -- Tramp
Edna Petrie   ...   Miss Pringle

REVIEWS

Review by Carole Barnes (posted on 21-Feb-2005)

I have watched all the Margaret Rutherford portrayals of Miss Marple and, if you get the opportunity, so should you. The movie is straightforward, simple, and funny. Margaret Rutherford is incredibly funny, or should I say delightful. Both I suppose. I don't believe this to be the best of the four, but it's still well worth watching!


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