Warning: Spoiler-heavy review! This week, we’re talking about Egyptian queens, gossip kings, snooping party guests, and adoptions gone wrong. Teresa and Bill Peschel from Peschel Press discuss “The Mirror Crack’d from Side to Side” from 2010 starring Julia McKenzie as Miss Marple and Joanna Lumley as Dolly Bantry.
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6:06 ITV’s reputation for Christie adaptations
9:35 The Downton Abbey connection
13:04 After failing to remember Christian Bale’s name
18:56 The (lack of) emotional intelligence of Marina Gregg
22:31 Joanna Lumley as Dolly Bantry
28:02 Summing up
08/28/23 • 30 min
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