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Insp. Craddock: Yes, sir. What are you asking me to do?

Supt. Slack: Tread carefully. Tact and tactics - mostly tact.

Insp. Craddock: I undestand, sir. While I'm considering tactics, I'll talk to the husband.

Supt. Slack: And another thing...

Insp. Craddock: Sir?

Supt. Slack: While you're in St. Mary Mead, I suggest you make contact with an old lady there. Oh, she looks like what you'd expect. Don't be deceived - she's got a mind like a meat cleaver. She's the sort of person who could help you on this case. Her name is Miss... Jane... Marple. I'm not pressuring you, but I do advise you to interview her.

Insp. Craddock: That's all right, sir. I was intending to; she's my aunt.

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Miss Jane Marple: [last words of Joan Hickson as Miss Marple] More tea, vicar?

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Miss Jane Marple: [to Dr. Petrie on the phone] Well, it seems to me you're turning into a regular old fussbudget!

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Miss Jane Marple: [on the phone] Dolly? Now you'll going to do something for me. I want you to talk to Dr. Petrie. Yes, because he's just behaving like Mussolini!

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Margot Bence: [explaining why she moved from America to England] I decided to make my career over here.

Insp. Craddock: Why?

Margot Bence: I like English men.

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Marina Gregg: [to Ardwyck Fenn] The love of money... the root of all evil! And you, Ardwyck, have it raw for breakfast and boiled, grilled and fried the rest of the day as well!

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Insp. Craddock: [after two murders] What would you like me to do?

Supt. Slack: Do? Catch the perpetrator of this... pig's dinner! That's what I like you to do!

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Arthur Badcock: [to inspector Lake as he shows him to a beautiful wooded area near a pond] This is where Keats is supposed to have heard the nightengale on the heath. Poor old thing! All he'd hear now at night is grunting in the bushes.

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