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Agatha Christie's Poirot. Collector's set 7 [videorecording] / developed for television by Carnival Films, an LWT Production for ITV
DVDs DVDs | Acorn Media | c2003 | Full screen version.
Available at Adult DVD-Nonfiction (Call number: 791.4572 AGA TV)
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Imprint
Silver Spring, MD : Acorn Media, c2003.
Edition
Full screen version.
Descript
1 videodisc (152 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
System Det
DVD; Dolby Digital.
Cast
David Suchet, Hugh Fraser, Pauline Moran, Rolf Saxon, Olivier Pierre, Ann Bell, Adie Allen, David Troughton, Dorian Healy.
Credits
Producer, Brian Eastman ; dramatization, Clive Exton, Bill Craig, Anthony Horowitz ; directors, Peter Barber Fleming, John Bruce ; directors of photography, Norman Langley, Chris O'Dell ; art directors, Mark Raggett, Peter Wenham ; editors, Chris Wimble, Derek Bain ; music, Christopher Gunning.
Note
Originally broadcast by ITV in 1993 on the television series Mystery!
Based on the stories by Agatha Christie.
Audience
MPAA Rating: Not rated.
Summary
The adventure of the Egyptian tomb: After an archeological dig turns deadly, Poirot must distinguish between ordinary evil and an other-worldly curse. The underdog: Hasting's passion for golf, and Poirot's for art, lead them to the scene of a baffling murder. The yellow Iris: The death of a British heiress haunts Poirot for two years before he has a chance to confront her killer.
Contents
Adventures of the Egyptian tomb -- Underdog -- Yellow Iris.
Note
Special features: biographies of Agatha Christie and David Suchet; cast filmographies; Agatha Christie materials.
Local Note
MW, 2-06
Subject
Genre
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Alt Title
Poirot. Collector's set 7
Mystery! (Television program)
Agatha Christie's Poirot (Television program)
ISBN
1569386633
ISBN/ISSN
054961663392
Music #
AMP-6633 Acorn Media
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