Margaret Rutherford

Margaret Rutherford

  • Born on
    • May 11th, 1892
  • Died on
    • May 22nd, 1972
Dame Margaret Taylor Rutherford DBE (11 May 1892 – 22 May 1972) was an English character actress, who first came to prominence following World War II in the film adaptations of Noel Coward's Blithe Spirit, and Oscar Wilde's The Importance of Being Earnest. She is best-known for her 1960s performances as Miss Marple in several films based loosely on Agatha Christie's novels. Description above from the Wikipedia article Margaret Rutherford, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.


Acting (24 Credits)

1967A Countess from Hong Kong as Miss Gaulswallow
1965Chimes at Midnight as Mistress Quickly
1965The Alphabet Murders as Miss Jane Marple (uncredited)
1964Murder Most Foul as Miss Jane Marple
1964Murder Ahoy as Miss Jane Marple
1963Murder at the Gallop as Miss Jane Marple
1963The Mouse on the Moon as Grand Duchess Gloriana XIII
1963The V.I.P.s as The Duchess of Brighton
1961Murder She Said as Miss Jane Marple
1961On the Double as Lady Vivian
1959I'm All Right Jack as Aunt Dolly
1957Just My Luck as Mrs. Dooley
1957Big Time Operators as Mrs. Fazackalee
1954The Runaway Bus as Miss Cynthia Beeston
1954Mad About Men as Nurse Carey
1953Trouble in Store as Miss Bacon
1952The Importance of Being Earnest as Miss Prism
1951The Magic Box as Lady Pond
1950The Happiest Days of Your Life as Muriel Whitchurch
1949Passport to Pimlico as Professor Hatton-Jones
1948Miranda as Nurse Carey
1945Blithe Spirit as Madame Arcati
1943Adventure for Two as Rowena Ventnor
1943Yellow Canary as Mrs. Towcester


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