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I know Mr Enderby's rich, | but he's eccentric to say the least.
He may close his door | on the world, Mr Stringer,
Perhaps he's never had the chance.
I must be getting back | to the library, Miss Marple.
It's a worthy cause, no doubt, | but my employers...
- You must be entitled to your tea? | - Yes, but I haven't had it.
Oh, but you shall.
This is our last call. Then | you must come back to my cottage.
Pull yourself together. | He can't eat us, can he?
No, I suppose not.
He must be out.
You know he never goes anywhere.
Don't be alarmed, Mr Enderby, | we've just...
My goodness! | What could have happened?
How is he?
Dead, I'm afraid.
- What is it? | - It's a piece of mud
Stay with him.
Miss Marple, you mustn't... | Please be carefuI.
What was it?
Frightened to death!
Miss Marple! | This is an unexpected pleasure.
Good morning, Inspector.
Could I have | a few words with you privately?
Yes, of course. Do come in please.
Do sit down, Miss Marple, please.
Well, as a matter of fact, I am.
A very grave crime, one of murder.
Oh, no, not again.
This time | there is no mistake, Inspector.
Well, let's get it over with. | Who murdered who this time?
The victim is old Mr Enderby.
Enderby? He died of heart failure.
I read the doctor's report, | Miss Marple, it was not unexpected.
I don't know what they're the same | as, but they don't add up to murder.
I haven't had the pleasure.
That's why you failed | to make the connection.
Look, Miss Marple, enough is enough.
A cat that the old man | will find unexpectedly.
A very ingenious theory,
Nothing at all. I'm a policeman, | so I'm only interested in facts.
- Wait a minute, Miss Marple. | - No, Inspector. I know my duty.
You will hear from me again | when my case is completed.
They look good.
- Oh, dear. | - Not one of my failures.
Deliberate, I assure you.
and then filled | the hole with plaster.
I see. Ingenious, Miss Marple.
It is rather, isn't it?
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