Murder at the Gallop

September 3, 2017 - Comment

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Cathy Doran says:

The only Miss Marple! I remember when I first saw Margaret Rutherford as Jane Marple. I had read a number of Agatha Christie books, and like most people, I had a specific person in mind when reading some of the Miss Marple series. If I had hand-picked an actress to portray Miss Marple myself, I couldn’t have made a better choice. I had seen Margaret Rutherford in many British films in the past and she had become one of my favorite actresses. But to see her as Miss Marple was the icing on the cake. Though her…

P. B. Sharp says:

Deliciously English! A treat with three marvelous character actors- Margaret Rutherford, Robert Morley and Flora Robson. AND Rutherford’s real husband, Stringer Davis, playing Mr. Stringer. Agatha Christie’s Miss Marple was in no way a comic character. Joan Hickson played the old lady to perfection. Nevertheless , the Rutherford Miss Marple films are delightful in their own way and very English. Tea and crumpets English. 

Wynne Summers says:

Witty and funny Miss Marple series! This sixties era Miss Marple (with the wonderful Margaret Rutherford) is a rare treat! She is witty, charming, inscrutable, mischievous, and above all–knows what she is doing. The inspector in this series is constantly being outdone by Miss Marple and the way she always expresses a doubt about the obvious criminal. Rutherford, aka Miss Marple, puts herself in precarious situations where her own life is at stake while she goes about solving the crime and–is always right! Her charming male…

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