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Murder, She Said (1961) was a Comedy - Crime Film directed by George Pollock and produced by George H. Brown.

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Craddock: Have they got any other servants?
Miss Marple: Yes they have, Inspector.
Craddock: Good Lord! You!
Miss Marple: Yes. Dotty old me.

Miss Marple: I'm afraid I never can resist my own pie, Inspector. Anybody else's, of course.

Ackenthorpe: There is one thing I cannot tolerate, and that is impertinence.
Miss Marple: Well, we should get on admirably. Neither can I!

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Joan Hickson, who plays Mrs. Kidder in this film, starred as Jane Marple in its remake Agatha Christie's Miss Marple: 4:50 from Paddington and many other TV-movies.
Despite privately remaining unimpressed by the film, Agatha Christie dedicated her 1962 book "The Mirror Crack'd From Side to Side" to Margaret Rutherford, "in admiration".
The name of "Emma Ackenthorpe" was changed to "Evelin Ackenthorpe" in the German dubbed version.
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