Murder Most Foul
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Murder Most Foul represented Margaret Rutherford's third appearance as Agatha Christie's spinsterish sleuth Miss Marple. The film opens with Marple serving on a murder-trial jury. She forces a mistrial because she considers the accused to be innocent; to prove her theory, she traces the trail of evidence to a down-at-the-heels repertory company run by Ron Moody. She auditions for the troupe with a stirring rendition of "The Shooting of Dan McGrew," securing the job by flashing a roll of bills in front of the covetous Moody. While snooping about backstage, Miss Marple… More

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"Rutherford é a Miss Marple definitiva, mesclando inteligência e frágil leveza para construir uma personagem divertida, mas crível como algoz de frios assassinos.ff"
‑ Pablo Villaca, Cinema em Cena
"The story line of Murder Most Foul follows the formula introduced in the first movie and scrupulously followed by the next three."
‑ John J. Puccio, Movie Metropolis
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