Series: Miss Marple : UK TV series

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Miss Marple: 4.50 from Paddington [1987 TV movie] by George Gallaccio
Miss Marple: A Caribbean Mystery [1989 TV movie] by George Gallaccio
Miss Marple: A Murder is Announced [1985 TV movie] by David Giles
Miss Marple: A Pocketful of Rye [1985 TV movie] by Guy Slater
Miss Marple: At Bertram's Hotel [1987 TV movie] by George Gallaccio
Miss Marple: Murder At The Vicarage [1986 TV movie] by Julian Amyes
Miss Marple: Nemesis [1987 TV movie] by George Gallaccio
Miss Marple: Sleeping Murder [1987 TV movie] by George Gallaccio
Miss Marple: The Body in the Library [1984 TV movie] by Guy Slater
Miss Marple: The Mirror Cracked from Side to Side [1986 TV movie] by Norman Stone
Miss Marple: The Moving Finger [1985 TV movie] by Guy Slater
Miss Marple: They Do It With Mirrors [1991 TV movie] by George Gallaccio

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