Production info

The Sittaford Mystery
UK, 2006

TV-series Agatha Christie Marple

Geraldine McEwan, Timothy Dalton
Directed by Paul Unwin


Lord Trevelyan, a Member of Parliament and heir apparent to the Prime Minister is killed. Trevelyan made his fortune many years before in Egypt, having secretly uncovered a lost tomb. Miss Marple sets about piecing together the circumstances of his death, which involves a secret marriage, Winston Churchill, an escaped convict, a ouija board and a priceless Egyptian artifact...

Episode from the detective series "Marple", also known as "Agatha Christie's Marple", starring Geraldine McEwan as Miss Marple. Based on the 1931 novel by the same name by Agatha Christie, though major changes were made to the plot, including the killer's identity being different from the one in the novel.

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