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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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Miss Marple: I'm quite sure you mean well, Inspector, but if you imagine that I'm going to sit back and let everyone regard me as a dotty old maid, you're very much mistaken.

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

Craddock: Withholding information from the police is a very serious matter.
Miss Marple: Oh, I know, Inspector, and I'm most awfully sorry. Will you take tea?

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Craddock's forename is never given on-screen, though his office door gives the initial as 'R'.
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.
This was the first of the "Miss Marple" series starring Margaret Rutherford.
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