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Why were these never offered in DVDs?
- susan huy
Lovely, funny and as always irresistible Margaret Rutherford!Why oh why, are these never offered as DVDs?
First Of A Great Lot
Although she only made 4 Miss Marples,I enjoy every single second!Dame Agatha may have objected,but she dedicated THE MIRROR CRACKED to Dame Mags.Always adore the scenes between Stringer and Miss M!Cute ending with the elderly bloke deciding he wants to marry Marples.Loved the kid & Miss M.
Margaret Rutherford is a gem.
- film lover 293
It's Margaret Rutherfords' birthday and all four (Murder She Said (1961), Murder at the Gallop (1963), Murder Most Foul (1964), & Murder Ahoy (1966) ) of her Miss Marple movies are being shown this morning. British comedy is odd. You get it or you don't. When I watch Margaret Rutherford I laugh till I cry while others sit there stonefaced. TCM should show these more often than once a year. Oh, and her Oscar winning turn as Best Supporting Actress in The VIPS (1963) is being shown this afternoon. Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor made this right after Cleopatra (1963). Burton & Taylor are cast as a couple having an affair & debating all through the film whether to connect permanently or break-up. For people of a certain age, The VIPS is a classic of intentional comedy (Rutherford) & unintentional comedy (Burton and Taylor). Thank you TCM for this revival of lesser known films.
Margaret Rutherford A Great Actress
Enjoyed tonight's Agatha Christie salute,and esp this film.Loved the young boy,Alexander,what a delightful aide to Miss Marple.Great theme music.Glad to see Stringer,Mags husband too.
My fellow reviewers hit the nail right on the head. All of us evidently agree that this film - and the others in this marvelous series - are just the ticket, as Miss Marple might say, when a little rain enters your life, whether literally or figuratively. And if you feel a sore throat or head cold coming on, I highly recommend watching Margaret Rutherford spring into action to avenge murder in St. Mary Mead, while you lounge in your favorite pj's and down some hot chicken soup or a pot of your favorite tea. It may well save you a trip to the doctor - enjoy! (By the way, all of the films are available on VHS, and maybe CD as well, including as a boxed set.)
Miss Marple Series
Enjoyed watching this version of Miss Marple, especially on a gray rainy day with a pot of tea. I saw the series a few years ago, so it was great to see this again. I also just realized that Joan Hickson who also played Miss Marple in the 80's, is in this movie too. I hope TCM plays the series on Saturday mornings.
I was ready to turn off tv...Saturday errands.before the rain!Luckily i surfed....just as this was beginning....here iam drinking a hotcup of tea...Thoroughly enjoying...this wonderful classic film...the actors. And plot..As well as scenery are captivating..Errands on hold..theres always this evening! Would love to ourchase this on DVD
Please show the Miss Marple series. She is wonderful in this role.Thanks
Schedule more often.
We actually saw our first Miss Marple movies Saturday, and thoroughly enjoyed it. We would like to see it again, and again.
- Miss Rachel
Margaret Rutherford is a captivating actress. Now if I could just figure out when TMC is re-running these classics, I'd be happy. :)
fun and entertaining
I wait and wait and wait for these agatha christie movies! they are NOT shown enough! I love miss marple and poirot, please show more of these awesome, classic who dunnits!
OLD MOVIES ARE THE BEST!!!!
This movie of Margaret Rutherford you've got to see! These types of movies are few and far between. Great on a rainy/winter day when your snowed in or just not feeling well. Let's all get back to watching the "classic" movies!!!!!