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Miss Marple to get a glamorous makeover as 38-year-old Jennifer Garner is cast as the sleuth
When thinking about casting the part of an elderly spinster from a small English village who solves crimes in her spare time, Jennifer Garner is not the first name that one would expect to come to mind.
Moviestore Margaret Rutherford als Miss Marple in Murder She Said 91x60cm Schwarzweiß-Posterdruck
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Inspector Morse to Miss Marple: Ten of the greatest TV detectives
From the grumpy, Oxford-based cop played by John Thaw to Agatha Christie's crime-solving middle-class spinster, IAN RANKIN chooses his favourite television sleuths.
Joan Hickson Archives - Movies & Autographed Portraits Through The Decades
Joan Hickson obituary in “The Independent”. It was very gratifying to see Joan Hickson play the lead as Miss Marple in the acclaimed television series in 1984 at the age of 78. She had been wonderful in many many supporting artis in British films since the 1930’s. Highlights include “The Card” in 1952, “Value for […]
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Margaret Rutherford - What a wonderful actress Absolutely LOVE Margaret Rutherford :o) Was a wonderful Miss Marple!
Margaret Rutherford Miss Marple ~ Rutherford starred in four George Pollock films based on Agatha Christie novels: Murder, She Said (1961), Murder at the Gallop (1963), Murder Most Foul (1964) and Murder Ahoy! (1964). She insisted on wearing her own clothes for the films.