Mr. Stringer: Miss Marple, whatever it is: no, no, no.
Hillman: Don't think I won't tell him, neither.
Alexander: Despite the double negatives, I'm sure you will.
Alexander: I thought discretion the better part of valor, Jane.
Miss Marple: I'm afraid I never can resist my own pie, Inspector. Anybody else's, of course.
Ackenthorpe: Well, I've decided to marry you.
Miss Marple: Well, I'm honored, of course.
Ackenthorpe: Of course you are, but come to the point.
Miss Marple: I'm afraid that cannot be.
Miss Marple: Well, if ever I do embark on such a venture, there is someone else.
Ackenthorpe: Nonsense! I don't believe it. Who on earth would have you?
Dr. Quimper: You're going to live to be a hundred in spite of anything I can do.
Ackenthorpe: Marple her name, marble her nature.
Ackenthorpe: I live here because I want to, not because I can afford it.
Miss Marple: A policeman's work is never done.
Alexander: Nostalgia, you know. A failing of the old, I suppose.
Ackenthorpe: Don't you think I've seen a corpse before? Be one myself soon.