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Agatha Christie Marple The Sittaford Mystery: When Clive Trevelyan - Member of Parliament, war hero and heir apparent to Prime Minister Winston Churchill- is killed, Miss Marple sets about to solve the case. Trevelyan has made his fortune many years before in Egypt having secretly uncovered a lost tomb. He is killed during a major snowstorm when there are no police available. There are several possible suspects including Trevelyan's ward, James Pearson and his fiancée Emily Trefusis; his political agent, John Enderby; a journalist Charles Burnaby; a visiting American Martin Zimmerman; and several other apparently disinterested parties. A convict has also escaped from Dartmoor prison. Miss Marple concludes that Trevalyan's murder is related to his days in Egypt and sets about to identify the murderer.

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Released: March 05, 2006
Runtime: 93 mins
Genres: Drama Romance Crime Mystery
Countries: UK
Director: Paul Unwin
Actors: Carey Mulligan Geraldine McEwan James Murray James Wilby Jeffery Kissoon Laurence Fox Laurence Richardson Matthew Kelly Mel Smith Michael Attwell Michael Brandon Patricia Hodge Paul Kaye Rita Tushingham Robert Hardy Robert Hickson Timothy Dalton Zoe Telford

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Posted by pvjagadish 6 years, 4 months ago
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PLS PROVIDE MORE LINKS................I LOVE MYSTERY MOVIES AND THERE R NO MORE LINKS FOR AGATHA CHRISTIE'S MOVIES.........PLS MORE LINKS

Posted by MovieFreak09 7 years, 6 months ago
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this is part 4 of the movie. just copy and paste. http://www.tudou.com/player/outside/player_outside.swf?iid=15019383&default_skin=http://js.tudouui.com/bin/player2/outside/Skin_outside_17.swf&autostart=false&rurl=

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