An old-fashioned London Hotel is not quite as reputable as it makes ou. hen Miss Marple comes up from the country for a holiday in London, she finds what she’s looking for at Bertram’s Hotel: traditional decor, impeccable service and an unmistakable atmosphere of danger behind the highly polished veneer. One of Miss Marple’s few outings from St Mary Mead, this time she’s holidaying in London, when a certain eccentric guest sets off a violent chain of events. The story was adapted for TV starring Joan Hickson in 1987. BBC Radio 4 dramatised the story in 2004 and it was adapted again for TV in 2007, this time featuring Geraldine McEwan as the elderly sleuth, and included substantial changes from the novel.
Agatha Christie, Miss Marple, BBC, June Whitfield. Includes: Murder at the vicarage - A murder is announced - The body in the library - The mirror crack'd from side to side - At Bertram's Hotel - They do it with mirrors - . 0 from Paddington - A pocket full of rye - A Caribbean mystery - Nemesis - The moving finger - Sleeping murder. Starring June Whitfield. Description: 18 sound cassettes (1,380 mins).
At Bertram's Hotel is a work of detective fiction by Agatha Christie and first published in the UK by the Collins Crime Club on 15 November 1965 and in the US by Dodd, Mead and Company the following year. It features the detective Miss Marple. Miss Marple takes a two-week vacation in London, at Bertram's Hotel, where she stayed in her youth.
Description: During a stay at one of London's most elegant and venerable hotels Miss Marple uncovers a sinister undercurrent of corruption and murder beneath Bertram's stuffy veneer. Server 1 Alternate Servers Related Movies.
A doorman working at the hotel turns out to be from Bess' past, and when he is killed, she is the prime suspect. But what does his murder have to do with the disappearance of an elderly vicar staying at the hotel, and a string of robberies over the last few months? Miss Marple must find out before the murderer strikes again!!! Genre: Crime Drama Mystery.
Miss Jane Marple: Ah, Bertram's! It's always sad when a work of art has to be destroyed. Chief Inspector Fred Davy: You'll have to excuse me Miss Marple. I've got to go and see the chambermaid, Rose Sheldon. Miss Jane Marple: Ah, now, you'd do well to talk to that young woman. I've trained quite a few maids in my time, but I've never seen a bob curtsey like that since the St. Mary Mead players put on a French farce. The Web's Largest Resource for. Famous Quotes & Sayings. A Member Of The STANDS4 Network.
When Miss Marple's visiting friend sees a woman being strangled on a passing train, they immediately report it to the police. Inspector Slack sees Miss Marple as a bit of a busy body and drops the investigation after only a few days. Miss Marple however determines that there is only one spot along the line where a body could have been dumped and it happens to be very near the Crackenthorpe estate. She asks a professional housekeeper, Lucy Eyelesbarrow, to go there undercover as a domestic . Agatha Christie's Miss Marple: At Bertram's Hotel. Agatha Christie's Marple 3.
At Bertram's Hotel is a work of detective fiction by Agatha Christie and first published in the UK by the Collins Crime Club on 15 November, 1965 and in the US by Dodd, Mead and Company the following year. Jane Marple, the elderly amateur sleuth, takes a holiday at Bertram's Hotel in London, to re-live her happy memories of staying there during her youth
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- Voice Actor [Bess Sedgwick] – Siân Phillips
- Voice Actor [Canon Pennyfather] – Maurice Denham
- Voice Actor [Colonel Luscombe] – Geoffrey Bayldon
- Voice Actor [Hoffman] – Freddie Jones
- Voice Actor [Miss Marple] – June Whitfield
- Written-By – Agatha Christie
NotesA BBC Radio 4 Full-Cast Dramatisation
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