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"Good fun" --The Mirror (U.K.)
As seen on the PBS Mystery! series
Miss Marple (Julia McKenzie, Cranford) receives a mysterious list of names from her friend Father Gorman, who sent it moments before he was brutally murdered on a London street. She soon discovers that people on the list are dying. A clue leads her to the Pale Horse Inn in Hampshire, a spooky establishment run by three modern-day witches. As she closes in on the truth, one of the guests is found dead in his bed, and Miss Marple learns that her own life may be in danger.
This "quintessential Agatha Christie murder mystery" (The Times, U.K.) features a star-studded cast including Oscar® nominee Pauline Collins (Shirley Valentine), Sarah Alexander (Coupling), JJ Feild (Northanger Abbey), and Bill Paterson (Traffik).
We used to watch this all the time when we had a DVR and recorded it from a PBS program. The DVD version goes into more detail and includes another version (origanally this wasn't... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Joseph L. Bartram
Thrilling! We were glued to our seats. Devilishly clever - did not expect the ending. Miss Marple does it again!Published 1 month ago by Darth Rater
BLECH! Who wrote this junk? Not Agatha Christie, whose own story entitled The Pale Horse, did not feature Miss Marple, but did feature a young Mark Esterbrook, here a... Read morePublished 1 month ago by P
My wife loves it. I find it a little dreary. Wish I could give it 3 1/2 stars. Ths is hard to rate because I think it is reader dependant.Published 3 months ago by David Zulli
This was not the same show as noted on the package.....Julia McKenzie wasn't in the movie, it was a different show all together!Published 5 months ago by Julie O'Reilly
The picture on DVD box is deceptive; this was not a Miss Marple movie!Published 5 months ago by Miss Katie
Great movie with a Halloween like theme for fans of Agatha Christie. I put off watching this because I loved the former Jane Marple, but Julia McKenzie is even better and more... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Rouvi