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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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Cedric Ackenthorpe: Still getting shot with revitalizers, Father?
Ackenthorpe: I'd take anything to outlive you lot, and keep my property from your thieving hands.

Ackenthorpe: Marple her name, marble her nature.

Miss Marple: A policeman's work is never done.

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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.
The part of Alexander was dubbed by child actor Martin Stephens, who had appeared in such films as Village of the Damned and The Innocents.
The character of Miss Marple's friend, Mr. Stringer, was not part of the original story. The part was written for Stringer Davis who was married to Margaret Rutherford.
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