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Miss Marple: At Bertram's Hotel ()


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During a stay at one of London's most elegant and venerable hotels Miss Marple uncovers a sinister undercurrent of corruption and murder beneath Bertram's stuffy veneer.

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Miss Marple
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Bess Sedgwick
Helena Michell ...
Elvira Blake
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Colonel Luscombe
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Selina Hazy
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Chief Inspector Fred Davy
Preston Lockwood ...
Canon Pennyfather
Irene Sutcliffe ...
Miss Gorringe
Brian McGrath ...
Michael Gorman
Neville Phillips ...
Henry
Robert Reynolds ...
Ladislaus Malinowski
Peter Baldwin ...
Mr. Humfries
Douglas Milvain ...
Sir Ronald Graves
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Det. Inspector Campbell
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Dr. Whittaker
Rashid Karapiet ...
Indian Waiter
Amanda Royle ...
B.E.A. Stewardess
Randal Herley ...
Richard Egerton
Henrietta Voigts ...
Alice
Charlotte Barker ...
Bridget Sotheby
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Rose
Helen Horton ...
Mrs. Cabot
Daphne Neville ...
Woman at Airport
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Directed by

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Mary McMurray

Written by

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Agatha Christie ... (novel)
 
Jill Hyem ... (screenplay)

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George Gallaccio ... producer
Guy Slater ... executive producer

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Ken Howard ... (uncredited)

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Paul Garrick
Jerry Leon

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Bernard Ashby ... chief film editor

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Paul Munting ... designer

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Simon Fairclough

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Judy Pepperdine

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Sheelagh Wells ... makeup designer

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Tony Redston ... production manager

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Paul Birkbeck ... title illustrations
Helen MacKenzie ... properties buyer (as Helen McKenzie)
Laurie Miller ... property master
Linda Sherwood-Page ... graphic designer

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Justin Amsden ... dubbing editor
Colin Goudie ... dubbing editor
John Hale ... dubbing mixer
Chris King ... film recordist (as Christopher King)

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Nicky Albrechtsen ... assistant costume designer (uncredited)

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George Griffiths ... location manager
Jo O'Leary ... location manager

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John Altman ... musical director
Alan Blaikley ... composer: title music
Ken Howard ... composer: incidental music / composer: title music

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Patricia Greenland ... production assistant
Graeme Hattrick ... assistant floor manager
Maggie Lewty ... production assistant (as Margaret Lewty)
Thea Murray ... production associate
Christopher Sandeman ... assistant floor manager

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Plot Summary

Miss Jane Marple is staying at an elegant hotel from her childhood compliments of her nephew Raymond. Also there is international adventurer Bess Sedgwick and Lady Selena Hazy (Joan Greenwood in her next to last performance). A doorman working at the hotel turns out to be from Bess' past, and when he is killed, she is the prime suspect. But what does his murder have to do with the disappearance of an elderly vicar staying at the hotel, and a string of robberies over the last few months? Miss Marple must find out before the murderer strikes again!!! Written by Mike Hatchett

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Also Known As
  • Agatha Christie's Miss Marple: At Bertram's Hotel (United Kingdom)
  • Agatha Christie's Miss Marple: At Bertram's Hotel (Australia)
  • En el Hotel Bertram (Spain)
  • В хотел Бъртрам (Bulgaria, Bulgarian title)
  • Bertrams hotel (Denmark)
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  • 110 min
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Trivia Last TV role of Joan Greenwood. See more »
Movie Connections Followed by Miss Marple: Nemesis (1987). See more »
Soundtracks Three Little Maids from School Are We See more »
Quotes Chief Inspector Fred Davy: You'll have to excuse me Miss Marple. I've got to go and see the chambermaid, Rose Sheldon.
Miss Jane Marple: Ah, now, you'd do well to talk to that young woman. I've trained quite a few maids in my time, but I've never seen a bob curtsey like that since the St. Mary Mead players put on a French farce.
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