Murder, She Said

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Released 1962

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Director:
George Pollock
Released:
1962
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Murder, She Said is a 1961 dramatic crime comedy directed by George Pollock. The film is an adaptation of the Agatha Christie novel 4.50 from Paddington. In the film, Miss Marple (Margaret Rutherford) is traveling on a train at night. While looking out her window, she is shocked to see what she thinks is the strangulation murder of a young woman in a passing train. She immediately contacts police and explains what she saw. The police investigate her claims, but do not come up with any evidence that a crime was committed anywhere on the passing train. When the investigation turns up nothing, the police decide Miss Marple is probably a senile old woman who imagined the whole thing. However, Miss Marple is determined to prove the police wrong. She knows she did not imagine anything, and she starts her own investigation. She begins looking for clues to the murder at Ackenthorpe Hall because both trains were passing the site when the murder occurred. Can Miss Marple prove she is not a crazy old woman?moreless
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    British TV, Crime, British Mystery Theater, Detectives, Murder & Mayhem