Agatha Christie Poirot Set 6 : the movie collection Set 6 :

DVD - 2011

Three act tragedy: While visiting the Cornish coast, Poirot attends a dinner where one of the guests suddenly dies. The clocks: A pretty secretary arrives at a residence for a temporary typing job, only to find a man's corpse on the floor. But why are there four strange clocks in the room? Hallowe'en party: A children's party turns into the murder of 13-year-old Joyce Reynolds, who had boasted of witnessing a murder a few years before.

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DVD/TV/Poirot/Movie/s. 6 v. 1
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Video recordings for the hearing impaired
Silver Spring, MD : Distributed exclusively by Acorn Media c2011.
Other Authors
Ashley Pearce (-), Charles Palmer, Nick Dear, Stewart Harcourt, Mark Gatiss, Agatha Christie, 1890-1976
Item Description
Title from container.
Based on the novels by Agatha Christie.
Physical Description
3 v. (1 videodisc per volume) (approximately 270 min.) : sound, colour ; 4 3/4 in
DVD, widescreen (16:9) presentation; Dolby Digital stereo.
Production Credits
Music, Christian Henson.
  • disc 1 (approximately 89 min.). Three act tragedy / screenplay by Nick Dear, directed by Ashley Pearce
  • disc 2 (approximately 89 min.). The clocks / screenplay by Stewart Harcourt, directed by Charles Palmer
  • disc 3 (approximately 89 min.). Hallowe'en party / screenplay by Mark Gatiss, directed by Charles Palmer.
Review by Library Journal Review

David Suchet here returns as Hercule Poirot in this set also known as Hercule Poirot: Series XI when it aired earlier this year on PBS's Masterpiece Mystery. In Three Act Tragedy (originally titled Tragedy in Three Acts), Poirot teams up with old friend and retired actor Sir Charles Cartwright (Martin Shaw) to find the killer as guests at successive dinner parties mysteriously and suddenly die. In The Clocks, Poirot discovers prewar, pro-Nazi subterfuge as he unearths the identity and the killers of an unidentified body. In Hallowe'en Party, Poirot joins with crime novelist Ariadne Oliver (Zoe Wannamaker) to solve the murder of a young girl during a holiday party. The pieces are wonderfully acted by, among others, Jane Asher, Art Malik, Kimberly Nixon, Anna Massey, Sophie Thompson, Deborah Findlay, and Amelia Bullmore. As expected from PBS and ITV Studios, the production values, editing, cinematography, and music are all excellent. The Blu-ray version (not seen) should make locations on Dover's Cornish coast, the mansion interiors, and the formal gardens look absolutely gorgeous! This collection is highly recommended for all mystery fans.-Cliff Glaviano, formerly with Bowling Green State Univ. Libs., OH (c) Copyright 2011. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.

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