British Actor - Margaret Rutherford (1892-1972). Played Agatha Christie's sleuth. Awesome Actress!!!!

British Actor Margaret Rutherford who played Agatha Christie's sleuth Miss Jane Marple in 4 films in the

Margaret Rutherford As Miss Marple. Never tire of her movies!

Murder Most Foul. Loosely based on Agatha Christie's Mrs McGinty's Dead. Margaret Rutherford as Miss Marple. She bore no resemblance to Agatha Christie's Miss Marple in looks or demeanour, but she was so delightful and amusing that it didn't matter.

Dame Margaret Rutherford as Miss Marple in the 1960s MURDER SHE SAID based on 4:50 FROM PADDINGTON.

My first introduction to Miss Marple was a film retrospective at a Houston theater on invitation of a friend. Dame Margaret Rutherford playing a blinder as a swinging Miss Marple in Murder She Said

Stringer Davis  as Mr. Stringer with wife Margaret Rutherford  as Miss Jane Marple in Murder at the Gallop

'Murder Most Foul' starring Stringer Davis as Mr.Jim Stringer with his real-life wife Margaret Rutherford as Miss Jane Marple.

Margaret Rutherford and Agatha Christie

Margaret Rutherford and the Grand Lady of the Crimean Agatha Christie on Set 1961 - Photo: Ullstein Picture

Miss Marple fürs Krimidinner - hängt euch eine Ahnengalerie auf. Die berühmte, etwas schrullige Ermittlerin darf natürlich nicht fehlen!

Margaret Rutherford as Miss Marple in 'Murder, She Said' Directed by George Pollock. From the Agatha Christie novel, from Paddington.

Dame Margaret Rutherford...the best Miss Marple

See all four of her Agatha Christie movies: Murder She Said, Murder at the Gallop, Murder Most Foul, and Murder Ahoy. They aren't true to the stories, but Margaret Rutherford is glorious.

At Dublin’s Olympia Theatre for the launch of Dazzling Prospect were, from left, Margaret Rutherford, and playwright Molly Keane. Standing, from left, are John Perry, Sir John Gielgud and Richard Leech. Photograph: Dermot Barry

At Dublin’s Olympia Theatre for the launch of Dazzling Prospect were, from left, Margaret Rutherford, and playwright Molly Keane. Standing, from left, are John Perry, Sir John Gielgud and Richard Leech. Photograph: Dermot Barry

MURDER MOST FOUL (1964) -- Margaret Rutherford as Miss Jane Marple based on A.Christie Hercule Poirot's "Mrs. McGinty's Dead"

"Murder Most Foul", Agatha Christie novel and movie version. The title is from "Hamlet": "Murder most foul, as in the best it is.

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