A Caribbean Mystery: (1983) There's no vacation from crime-solving when a doctor-prescribed stay in the West Indies plunges shrewd Miss Marple into A Caribbean Mystery. Suspects (including Swoosie Kurtz and Barnard Hughes), charming resort vistas, new victims, steadily mounting clues and a desperate race against time to unmask the killer before he or she strikes again -- all give shape to a multilayered whodunit based on Dame Agatha Christie's novel. Teleplay by Sue Grafton.
Murder with Mirrors: (1985) Helen Hayes returns as spinster sleuth Jane Marple and Leo McKern ("Rumpole of the Bailey") plays the crafty inspector who teams with her in this engaging twisty case of country-house intrique. Bette Davis stars.
Murder is Easy: (1981) Murder is also an intriguing puzzle for armchair sleuths in this sprightly adaptation of Agatha Christie's novel. Bill Bixby plays Luke Williams, a computer whiz vacationing in England. He befriends Lavinia on the train ride to Marylebone Station, decides to take up the case himself and soon finds even a computer can't predict human behavior.
A CARIBBEAN MYSTERY: A series of murders at the Golden Palm Hotel keeps Miss Marple and her knitting needles busy sussing out the odd characters during her West Indies holiday.
MURDER WITH MIRRORS: An Agatha Christie classic mystery brought to film starring Helen Hayes in her final performance as Miss Marple and Bette Davis as Carrie Louise Serrocold. The duo are in the midst of fingering a murderer amongst a house filled with suspects, including a young Tim Roth as resident juvenile delinquent Edgar Lawson.
MURDER IS EASY: Agatha Christie makes tentative steps into the modern world with this drama about a dangerous killer on the loose and the computer charged with finding the culprit.