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  1. Her first Agatha Christie role was "Miss Pryce" in the play, "Appointment With Death" (), which prompted Christie, herself, to write "I hope you will play my dear Miss Marple". She began playing this, her best known part, in her late 70s, in a BBC television series which ran from to .
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  3. Every morning James Christie puts on a blue rugby shirt and jeans. His wardrobe is full of identical outfits. Every day he eats the same meal and .
  4. Miss Marple – to – Joan Hickson has the distinction of being the only Miss Marple to have personally received a note from Agatha Christie saying, “I hope one day you will play my dear Miss Marple,” and many consider her to be the gold standard (though it's not quite so universal as with Suchet playing Poirot). Hickson played.
  5. Joan Hickson as Miss Marple. Miss Marple – to – Joan Hickson has the distinction of being the only Miss Marple to have personally received a note from Agatha Christie saying, “I hope one day you will play my dear Miss Marple,” and many consider her to be the gold standard (though it's not quite so universal as with Suchet playing Poirot).
  6. Christie sent Hickson a letter after seeing her in a play, writing, “I hope that one day you will play my dear Miss Marple.” Christie’s instinct was correct. The lengthy, slow-burn episodes.
  7. okt - Margaret Rutherford, Stringer Davis - my first introduction to the dear Miss Marple. A very strong impression that took hold.
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