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Margaret Rutherford Stars...: Murder, She Said

on BBC One London

Also starring Arthur Kennedy, Muriel Pavlow, James Robertson Justice

When an elderly spinster with an avid taste for detective stories sees a woman being strangled in a passing train, she decides to investigate for herself.
In tonight's film tribute to Margaret Rutherford, the celebrated British comedy actress creates for the screen one of Agatha Christie's most famous creations - the eccentric spinster-sleuth Miss Marple.
(This Week's Films: page 9)

Contributors

Screenplay:
David Pursall
Screenplay:
Jack Seddon
Based on the novel "4.50 from Paddington" by:
Agatha Christie
Producer:
George Brown
Director:
George Pollock
Miss Marple:
Margaret Rutherford
Dr Quimper:
Arthur Kennedy
Emma:
Muriel Pavlow
Mr Ackenthorpe:
James Robertson Justice
Police Inspector Craddock:
Charles Tingwell
Cedric:
Thorley Walters
Harold:
Conrad Phillips
Alexander:
Ronnie Raymond
Mrs Kidder:
Joan Hickson
Stringer:
Stringer Davis
Brian Eastley:
Ronald Howard
Albert:
Gerald Cross
Hillman:
Michael Golden
Bacon:
Gordon Harris
Lucy:
Barbara Hicks

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