Murder at the Gallop (1963) was a Comedy - Crime Film directed by George Pollock and produced by George H. Brown.
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Murder at the Gallop Directed by George Pollock Written by James P. Cavanagh based on a novel by Agatha Christie 1963/UK Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer British Studios First viewing/Amazon Instant Margaret Rutherford shines as Miss Marple in this fun murder mystery. Miss Marple discovers that a stingy old... Read full article
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Miss Jane Marple: [in riding habit] Oh, Miss Milchrest, good morning. How nice to see you again.
Miss Milchrest: [apparently frightened] Good morning.
Miss Jane Marple: Don't look so frightened, my dear. I've done my quota of murders for today.
Inspector Craddock: For goodness sake, Miss Marple! Why didn't you ring?
Miss Jane Marple: The law may have a long arm, Inspector. Unfortunately, I haven't.
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When reporting the second murder to the police on the phone, Miss Marple uses the phrase "Murder most foul". A quote from William Shakespeare's "Hamlet", it was reused as the title of the following Miss Marple movie.
The world première took place at a church garden party in rural Cheshire, England.
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