Murder At the Gallop

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Released 1963

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Director:
George Pollock
Released:
1963
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Murder At the Gallop is a 1963 comedic crime mystery featuring renowned amateur sleuth Miss Marple (Margaret Rutherford). Although she may just look like an ordinary, friendly woman who is getting on in years, Miss Marple actually possesses detective skills to rival the professionals. When Miss Maprle and her friend, Mr. Stringer (Stringer Davis), head out to canvas for charity donations, they do not expect to encounter anything out of the ordinary. Miss Marple decides to pay a visit to Mr. Enderby (Finlay Currie), a wealthy hermit who surely has money to spare on charitable donations. However, Mr. Stringer and Miss Marple are shocked to witness Mr. Enderby's death. The police insist it was a heart attack, but Miss Marple believes otherwise. She spotted a cat in the recluse's mansion, although she knows that he always hated cats. Fueled by her suspicions, the intrepid detective sets out to discover the real cause of Mr. Enderby's death, but what she finds may shock her.moreless

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Drama, Suspense

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Crime, Thrillers, British Mystery Theater, Murder & Mayhem