Agatha Christie's Marple: Season 4, Episode 2

Murder Is Easy (12 Jul. 2009)

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A village is plagued by a spate of seemingly accidental deaths, but Miss Marple is convinced a more sinister hand is involved when a villager on her way to Scotland Yard is conveniently dispatched.

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While traveling on a train to London, Miss Marple is told by a woman she has never met, Lavinia Pinkerton, that she is certain there have been two murders in her village of Wychwood. When Lavinia dies in what is purported to be an accident - she fell, or was pushed, down the escalator in a tube station - Miss Marple decides to visit Wychwood and see what she can find. As Miss Marple is apt to say, one English village is like another and Wychwood has its secrets like any other. The first woman to die was Florie Gibbs who, despite being experienced in such things, supposedly ate poison mushrooms she picked herself. The second was the local vicar who failed to wear his mask when using poison near his beehives. The third is a young woman who, it is said, accidentally drank hat dye instead of her cough medicine. Miss Marple finds a clue that points to a motive with origins many years before and a secret someone will do anything, including murder, to keep hidden. Written by garykmcd

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According to the gravestone Miss Pinkerton died in 1955, but the MG being driven by Bridget Conway had the number 2326EL which was issued in 1959. See more »

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This is not a Christie
28 July 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Be warned - though the title is from Agatha Christie and the character names are from the same book, this is NOT the Agatha Christie story and has no resemblance to it what so ever. The writers have gone ahead and written up their own story line and passed it off as Agatha Christie probably because they know no one would see the god awful mess if it were marketed under their own name. But putting Christie's name to your tripe is a great way to get some ignorant financier to pump in millions of dollars into getting your story made into a film. What a racket! If you want to know what the original story is - and it is a charmer by the way - bypass this rubbish and read the book.


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