Murder Ahoy

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Released 1964

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Director:
George Pollock
Released:
1964
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Murder Ahoy is a British crime drama that ends the tetralogy of Miss Marple's crime-fighting adventures. The film stars Margaret Rutherford as Miss Marple, a fictional character based on Agatha Christie's novels, who watches her colleague, Lord Rudkin (Henry Oscar), mysteriously die after visiting the HMS Battledore. Miss Marple is on the Board of Trustees, overseeing the HMS Battledore. She becomes suspicious after receiving news that her friend was in perfect heath. Miss Marple manages to get a sample of Rudkin's chewing tobacco just before police take him away. After discovering the tobacco poisoned, Miss Marple decides to head to the Battledore to investigate. During her stay on the ship, Petty Officer Lamb (Roy Holder) and Sergeant Bacon (Terence Edmond) are murdered on the same day. Miss Marple soon finds some money in a cannon, and she decides to set a trap. The female detective then hides police Inspector Craddock Commander (Bud Tingwell) in a corner, waiting for the murderer to appear. When he does, her attempts to call the Inspector fail, because the murderer locked him away in the hull of the ship. With no help available, Miss Marple grabs a sword and must now fence with the killer to escape.moreless
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    Murder & Mayhem, Thrillers, Classics, British Mystery Theater, Detectives