She was called ’the funniest woman alive’ but the life of actress Margaret Rutherford was far from a comedy. She was hiding a dark family secret. On screen as Miss Marple in the 1960’s she solved crimes and brought wrong doers to justice. It takes Queen of Crime Agatha Christie to unearth Margaret’s tragic tale in Murder, Margaret and Me.
Writer Philip Meeks reveals the sensational story of Margaret Rutherford’s past in this comedy thriller.
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