Murder She Said (1961)
Average Rating: 6.5/10
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Release Date: Jan 7, 1961 Wide
Average Rating: 3.9/5
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Dumpy, dough-faced British comedienne Margaret Rutherford was not precisely the physical type Agatha Christie had in mind for the prim, tweedish sleuth Miss Marple. Still, Rutherford's first "Marple" movie Murder, She Said did so well at the box office that there was no question she would continue appearing in the role in the inevitable sequels. In this initial effort, Marple witnesses a murder being committed on a speeding train. She informs the authorities, but they find no evidence of a
Jan 7, 1961 Wide
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Murder She Said does have a reasonably lively style, thanks partly to Pollock's direction but largely to Rutherford's persistence....
Smart adaptation of an Agatha Christie novel
Second best of the Rutherford Miss Marple films
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