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Marple: What Mrs. McGillicuddy Saw ()

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... See more »

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Miss Marple
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Dr. David Quimper
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Luther Crackenthorpe
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Emma Crackenthorpe
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Alfred Crackenthorpe
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Harold Crackenthorpe
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Cedric Crackenthorpe
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Elspeth McGillicuddy
Tim Stern ...
Attendant
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Bryan Eastley
Kurtis O'Brien ...
Alexander Eastley
Toby Marlow ...
James Stoddard-West
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Inspector Awdry
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Lady Alice
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Noël Coward
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Lucy Eyelesbarrow
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Inspector Tom Campbell
Tasha Bertram ...
Olga (as Tasha Bertham)
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Madame Joilet
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Martine
Meritxell Lavanchy ...
Anna Stravinska
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Agnes Crackenthorpe

Directed by

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Andy Wilson

Written by

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Stephen Churchett ... (screenplay)
 
Agatha Christie ... (novel)

Produced by

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Michele Buck ... executive producer
Phil Clymer ... executive producer: Chorion plc
Helga Dowie ... line producer
Rebecca Eaton ... executive producer: WGBH
Matthew Read ... producer
Damien Timmer ... executive producer

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Dominik Scherrer

Cinematography by

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Martin Fuhrer ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Jeremy Gibbs

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Max Horton ... telecine colourist
Ian Johnson ... assistant editor
Simon Giblin ... on-line editor (uncredited)

Production Design by

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Jeff Tessler

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Pilar Foy

Costume Design by

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Phoebe De Gaye

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Christine Greenwood ... makeup designer
Susan Parkinson ... makeup artist (as Sue Parkinson)
Sarah Pickering ... makeup artist
Isabel While ... makeup artist

Production Management

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Jane Coombes ... post-production supervisor
Kate Stannard ... post-production supervisor
Jon Williams ... executive in charge of production

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Scott Bates ... second assistant director
Sean Clayton ... second assistant director
Martin O'Malley ... first assistant director
Jamie Voss ... day player trainee assistant director (uncredited)

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Paul Gilpin ... supervising art director
Jim Grindley ... prop master
David Lewis ... production buyer
Richard MacMillan ... props / stand-by props
Joanne Ridler ... stand-by art director
Gus Wookey ... construction manager
Paul Mitchell ... stand-by props (uncredited)
Craig Price ... stand-by props (uncredited)
Quinn Robinson ... art depertment assistant (uncredited)

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John Downer ... supervising sound editor
Tony Jackson ... sound recordist
Billy Mahoney ... dubbing mixer
Sarah Morton ... dialogue editor
Mike Reardon ... boom operator
James Cullen ... foley editor (uncredited)
Charlotte Gray ... sound trainee (uncredited)
Adam Powell ... foley editor (uncredited)
Nigel Squibbs ... assistant dubbing mixer (uncredited)

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Richard Magrin ... special effects technician
Matthew Roberts ... special effects technician (uncredited)

Visual Effects by

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Jamie Russell ... visual effects artist

Stunts

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Gareth Milne ... stunt coordinator

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Jim Boorer ... grip
Michael Green ... focus puller (as Mike Green)
Mike Parsons ... electrician
Phil Penfold ... lighting gaffer (as Philip Penfold)
Peter Robinson ... best boy
Xandy Sahla ... camera operator (as Xandy Shala)
Wailoon Chung ... electrician (uncredited)
Adrienne Hayward ... assistant camera (uncredited)

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Susie Parriss ... casting

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Kim Grossman ... costume supervisor
Luan Placks ... assistant costume designer
Maija Ross ... costume assistant
Rachel Vallance ... costume assistant

Location Management

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Chris White ... location manager

Music Department

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Richard Hammarton ... orchestrator: score (uncredited)

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Nuala Alen-Buckley ... production accountant
Sam Baker ... production secretary (as Samantha Baker)
Mary Haddow ... script supervisor
Simone Le Lievre ... publicist
Mariette Masters ... publicist
Rebecca Maybury ... assistant accountant
Patrick Smith ... publicist
Rebecca Sutton ... production coordinator
Karen Thrussell ... script editor
Laura Vergelli ... dialogue adaptor
Tracey Waller ... title design
Greg Bennett ... stand-in (uncredited)
Anwen Bull ... script supervisor (uncredited) (additional script supervisor)
Clifford De Spenser ... (uncredited) (language (anglo-saxon and dialect coach))
Rose Wilde ... set production assistant (uncredited)

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Plot Summary

A friend of Miss Marple, Mrs Elspeth McGillicuddy, is traveling down to meet Miss Marple on the 4.50 from Paddington. On the way she witnesses a murder when her train draws alongside another train briefly traveling in the same direction. Mrs McGillicuddy reports her sighting to the Railway Police but no body is found. Miss Marple suspects that the body was thrown off the train near the grounds of Rutherford Hall. Miss Marple recruits the services of her niece, Lucy Eeylesbarrow (played by Amanda Holden), to infiltrate the staff at Rutherford Hall and investigate the large, wealthy and dysfunctional Crackenthorpe family whose ancestral home it is. She also gets the local police, in the form of Inspector Tom Campbell (John Hannah), involved. Written by grantss

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Also Known As
  • Marple: What Mrs. McGillicuddy Saw (United States)
  • What Mrs. McGillicuddy Saw (United States)
  • Miss Marple - Le train de 16h50 (France)
  • Marple: 4.50 from Paddington (Australia)
  • Neiti Marple: Paddingtonista 16.50 (Finland)
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Runtime
  • 94 min
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Trivia The woman who dies in the very beginning (Jenny Agutter) and Miss Marple's friend Elspeth (Pam Ferris) star together in BBC's "Call the Midwife." See more »
Goofs 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 »
Movie Connections Followed by A Murder Is Announced (2005). See more »
Soundtracks I Travel Alone See more »
Quotes Miss Jane Marple: It's railway information not police information, when you think about it. And we all own the railways, now don't we?
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