Murder Most Foul (1964) - Trailer




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Published on Feb 22, 2012

The third of MGM's Miss Marple films starring Margaret Rutherford. This time, Miss Marple treads the boards in a reworking of 1952's Poirot novel, "Mrs. McGinty's Dead". "Murder Most Foul" was a name Christie disliked, calling it "a rotten title".

Among the cast are Ron Moody (Fagin in Carol Reed's "Oliver!") and Francesca Annis, who would go on to star in further Christie adaptations including: "Why Didn't They Ask Evans?", "The Secret Adversary" and its follow-up series "Partners In Crime", and another [Miss] Marple: At Bertram's Hotel with Geraldine McEwan.

Curiously, this film was released after it's follow-up "Murder Ahoy!" in America - the sequence, however, is defined at the end of this film is which Inspector Craddock promoted to the rank of Chief Inspector, a position he holds throughout the subsequent film.

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