Agatha Christie's Miss Marple: Volume 1 (Blu-ray)

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  • Gather your wits and join Miss Jane Marple in four delightfully baffling and opulently filmed mysteries starring Joan Hickson - the actress Agatha Christie herself wanted for the role - now lovingly restored from the original film for the first time. In Murder At The Vicarage, the death of a widely despised Colonel in the local vicar's study is made surprisingly more difficult when two different people confess to the crime. In Body In The Library, Miss Marple's neighbors wonder how to explain the young blond woman found strangled on their library floor. A series of anonymously written slanderous letters lead to several mysterious deaths in A Moving Finger, and then in A Murder is Announced, an upcoming murder advertised in a newspaper materializes at a dramatic house party where the only death is the suspect's. Includes special feature A Very Special Murder: Detection Ingenious.

  • The The Murder At The Vicarage
    St Mary Mead, the mid 1950s. No one likes Colonel Protheroe. In fact most people hate him, including his own family. But when he is found dead in the vicar's study, Miss Marple wonders why so many people want to confess.

    The Moving Finger
    East Anglia, late 1940s. A nasty case of poison-pen letters brings Miss Marple to the deceptively placid village of Lymston. 

    The Body In The Library
    St Mary Mead, a village nestling in the far-flung reaches of the Home Counties, sometime in the late 1940s. Who is the mystery blonde lying strangled in the library of Gossington Hall? Fortunately for the Bantrys, Miss Marple is their neighbour.

    A Murder is Announced 
    The Cotswolds, the late 1940s. An advertisement is placed in the Chipping Cleghorn Gazette which reads: "A murder is announced and will take place on Friday October 5th at Little Paddocks at seven p.m." Everyone in town expects a simple party game – until a real corpse is discovered...

     

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    The The Murder At The Vicarage
    St Mary Mead, the mid 1950s. No one likes Colonel Protheroe. In fact most people hate him, including his own family. But when he is found dead in the vicar's study, Miss Marple wonders why so many people want to confess.

    The Moving Finger
    East Anglia, late 1940s. A nasty case of poison-pen letters brings Miss Marple to the deceptively placid village of Lymston. 

    The Body In The Library
    St Mary Mead, a village nestling in the far-flung reaches of the Home Counties, sometime in the late 1940s. Who is the mystery blonde lying strangled in the library of Gossington Hall? Fortunately for the Bantrys, Miss Marple is their neighbour.

    A Murder is Announced 
    The Cotswolds, the late 1940s. An advertisement is placed in the Chipping Cleghorn Gazette which reads: "A murder is announced and will take place on Friday October 5th at Little Paddocks at seven p.m." Everyone in town expects a simple party game – until a real corpse is discovered...