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Murder, She Said (7-Jan-1962)

Director: George Pollock

Writers: David Osborn; David Pursall; Jack Seddon

From novel: 4.50 from Paddington by Agatha Christie

Music Composed and Conducted by: Ron Goodwin

Producer: George H. Brown

Keywords: Mystery

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Richard Briers
Actor
14-Jan-1934 17-Feb-2013 Tom Good on The Good Life
Joan Hickson
Actor
5-Aug-1906 17-Oct-1998 Miss Marple
Ronald Howard
Actor
7-Apr-1918 19-Dec-1996 Sherlock Holmes
James Robertson Justice
Actor
15-Jun-1907 2-Jul-1975 Doctor in the House
Arthur Kennedy
Actor
17-Feb-1914 5-Jan-1990 The Man from Laramie
Muriel Pavlow
Actor
27-Jun-1921   Murder She Said
Margaret Rutherford
Actor
11-May-1892 22-May-1972 The V.I.P.s
Charles Tingwell
Actor
3-Jan-1923 15-May-2009 Breaker Morant

CAST

Margaret Rutherford   ...   Miss Marple
Arthur Kennedy   ...   Quimper
Muriel Pavlow   ...   Emma
and
James Robertson Justice   ...   Ackenthorpe
Guest Starring
Thorley Walters   ...   Cedric
Charles Tingwell   ...   Craddock
with
Conrad Phillips   ...   Harold
Ronald Howard   ...   Eastley
Joan Hickson   ...   Mrs. Kidder
Stringer Davis   ...   Mr. Stringer
and
Ronnie Raymond   ...   Alexander
Gerald Cross   ...   Albert
Michael Golden   ...   Hillman
Barbara Leake   ...   Mrs. Stainton
Gordon Harris   ...   Bacon
Peter Butterworth   ...   Ticket Collector
Richard Briers   ...   Mrs. Binster
Lucy Griffiths   ...   Lucy

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