Agatha Christie's Marple: Season 1, Episode 3

Marple: What Mrs. McGillicuddy Saw (26 Dec. 2004)
"4:50 from Paddington" (original title)

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Miss Marple investigates the wealthy Crackenthorpe clan, believing a body to be hidden on their estate after a visiting friend witnesses a brutal strangling murder occurring on a passing train.

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Miss Marple investigates the wealthy Crackenthorpe clan, believing a body to be hidden on their estate after a visiting friend witnesses a brutal strangling murder occurring on a passing train.

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When Lucy is checking some documents, she looks through a passport. The photo has clearly simply been stuck onto the page and there is no official stamp overprinted on it. See more »

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Harold Crackenthorpe: I may be disgusting, Inspector, but I'm not a murderer.
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A new, fresh version of Miss Marple
23 April 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

These new versions maybe a little different from the original stories, but I still really enjoy them. Geraldine McEwen is marvelous and I love seeing the many wonderful character actors and actresses that show up in the cast (I just loved Joanna Lumley's spot in "The Body in the Library".)As an true fan of the Margaret Rutherford versions, is it just me or is the theme song of these new versions very similar to M. Rutherford's theme song? Its almost like a tribute to those wonderful, classic versions. Has anyone else noticed this? Seeing the English gardens and the stately homes are almost enough to warrant watching the series just by themselves. The setting and characters seem perfect. I have seen four of the episodes so far, can't wait to see them all.


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