MURDER MOST FOUL (1964) -- Margaret Rutherford as Miss Jane Marple based on A.Christie Hercule Poirot's "Mrs. McGinty's Dead"

"Murder Most Foul", Agatha Christie novel and movie version. The title is from "Hamlet": "Murder most foul, as in the best it is.

Murder Most Foul No. 106 The Millen Brothers were the sons of a prosperous businessman and, so you’d think, unlikely hoodlum material – but that didn’t stop them turning to crime in Depression-era Massachusetts. Murten Millen was clever and violent, whilst his brother Irving was shy. Together with Massachusetts Institute of Technology graduate Abe Faber – an equally unlikely gangster – they formed the Millen-Faber gang. After Murt fell for pretty teenager and minister’s daughter Norma…

Murder Most Foul No. 106 The Millen Brothers were the sons of a prosperous businessman and, so you’d think, unlikely hoodlum material – but that didn’t stop them turning to crime in Depression-era Massachusetts. Murten Millen was clever and violent, whilst his brother Irving was shy. Together with Massachusetts Institute of Technology graduate Abe Faber – an equally unlikely gangster – they formed the Millen-Faber gang. After Murt fell for pretty teenager and minister’s daughter Norma…

Peter Kürten – My Life Of Perversion And Murder At Kürten’s trial Dr. Wehner, the young defence lawyer, told the court, “Kürten is a riddle to me.” Some murderers killed only men, others killed only women. “But Kürten killed men, women, children and animals – he killed everything he found!”Read the full report in Murder Most Foul No. 106

Peter Kürten – My Life Of Perversion And Murder At Kürten’s trial Dr. Wehner, the young defence lawyer, told the court, “Kürten is a riddle to me.” Some murderers killed only men, others killed only women. “But Kürten killed men, women, children and animals – he killed everything he found!”Read the full report in Murder Most Foul No. 106

Margaret Rutherford portrays Agatha Christie's Miss Jane Marple in Murder She Said (1961); Murder at the Gallop (1963); Murder Most Foul (1964); and Murder Ahoy (1964)

Margaret Rutherford

Murder Most Foul. Loosely based on Agatha Christie's Mrs McGinty's Dead. Margaret Rutherford as Miss Marple. She bore no resemblance to Agatha Christie's Miss Marple in looks or demeanour, but she was so delightful and amusing that it didn't matter.

"Murder Most Foul".  Ad art featuring likeness of Margaret Rutherford as Miss Jane Marple.

Miss Jane Marple, the wiry framed spinster from St. Mary Mead, whose hobbies include knitting and solving crimes, is one of Agatha Christi.

And my sister got...

The pug pushed my mums dog into the pond and my sister got the best photo ever

Margaret Rutherford

Margaret Rutherford in 'Murder Most Foul' a loose-retelling of Agatha Christie's 'Mrs.

File photo: pilot whales killed in a massive grind slaughter of more than 200 whales in 2010. Photo: Sea Shepherd / Peter Hammarstedt

File photo: pilot whales killed in a massive grind slaughter of more than 200 whales in Photo: Sea Shepherd / Peter Hammarstedt

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