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Mystery!: Miss Marple, II: (2) Sleeping Murder (Part 2)

Miss Marple and company look in to Gwenda's parents not so clear past and the possible connection of the girl's father to a missing woman from a traveling acting troupe.


Episode Info


Episode number: 26x6
Production Number: 2606
Airdate: Sunday June 11th, 2006

Director: Ed Hall (2)
Story: Agatha Christie
Screenplay: Stephen Churchett

Alternate Airdates:

United Kingdom Feb 05, 2006 (Premiere!)

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Guest Stars
Aidan McArdle
As Hugh Hornbeam
Recurring
Anna-Louise Plowman
As Helen Marsden
Recurring
Darren Carnall
As Dresser
Recurring
Dawn French
As Janet Erskine
Recurring
Emilio Doorgasingh
As Sergant Desai
Recurring
Geraldine Chaplin
As Mrs. Fane
Recurring
Geraldine McEwan
As Miss Marple
Recurring
Greg Hicks
As Ferdinand
Recurring
Harriet Walter
As Duchess of Malfi
Recurring
Harry Treadaway
As George Erskine
Recurring
Helen Coker
As Lily Tutt
Recurring
Julian Wadham
As Kevin Halliday
Recurring
Martin Kemp
As Jackie Afflick
Recurring
Mary Healey
As Shop Assistant
Recurring
Nickolas Grace
As Lionel Luff
Recurring
Paul McGann
As Dickie Erskine
Recurring
Peter Serafinowicz
As Walter Fane
Recurring
Philip Davis (2)
As Dr. Kennedy
Recurring
Richard Bremmer
As Mr. Sims
Recurring
Russ Abbot
As Chief Inspector Arthur Primer
Recurring
Sarah Parish
As Eve Ballantine
Recurring
Sophia Myles
As Gwenda Halliday
Recurring
Una Stubbs
As Edith Pagett
Recurring
Vince Leigh
As Jim Tutt
Recurring
Warning: Mystery! season 26 episode 6 guide may contain spoilers
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