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Whenever the topic of Agatha Christie novels pop up, many critics and प्रशंसकों seem to rate her 1934 novel, "Murder on the Orient Express" as among her best work. This stellar opinion seemed to have extended to the 1974 movie adaptation. After all, the film did receive six Academy Award nominations and won one. Is "MURDER ON THE ORIENT EXPRESS" the best adaptation of an Agatha Christie novel? Perhaps. Perhaps not. Is it my favorite? Hmmm . . . I will get to that later.

But I cannot deny that the movie, produced द्वारा John Bradbourne and directed द्वारा Sidney...
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Agatha Christie's 1938 novel, "Appointment With Death" has proven to be a problem over the past 75 years या so. If I must be honest, it is not a great novel. Considering that if featured the topic of emotional abuse, it had the potential to be great. But I feel that Christie never achieved what could have been a memorable and haunting tale.

The novel also produced adaptations in the form of a 1945 stage play, a 2008 टेलीविज़न movie and a 1988 theatrical release. Of the three adaptations, the 1988 film, "APPOINTMENT WITH DEATH" came the closest in being...
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 The Book Cover.
The Book Cover.
Hi guys, since I प्यार Poirot and Miss Marple, I will be लेखन a review on the series version because I had only seen bits of the 1980 version with Elizabeth Taylor (RIP) in it.

The Characters

The character of मरीना Gregg was a tragic one, because she had German Measles while pregnant prior to the events of the story. Her American husband tried his best to console her not to think back of the past, until Heather Badcock open up old wounds to her and the latter is dead of poisoning later on!
Although she doesn't have much screen-time due to an injured leg occurred in this episode, Miss Marple...
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"THE MIRROR CRACK'D" (1980) Review

As far as I know, Guy Hamilton is the only director who has helmed two movie adaptations of Agatha Christie novels. The 1982 movie, "EVIL UNDER THE SUN" was the सेकंड adaptation. The first was his 1980 adaptation of Christie's 1962 novel, "The Mirror Crack'd From Side to Side".

A big Hollywood production has arrived at St. Mary's Mead, the घर of Miss Jane Marple, to film a costume movie about Mary, क्वीन of Scots and क्वीन Elizabeth I of England, starring two Hollywood stars - मरीना Gregg and Lola Brewster. The two अभिनेत्रियों are rivals who despise each...
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Brasil, São Paulo, dia 17/10/2022

Assunto: Agradecimento para Agatha Christie
De: Raul Soares Vicari

Escrevi essa carta para homenagear seu trabalho por seus livros de mistério, mas só que, de algum jeito você consegue mudar a forma como qualquer pessoa faria uma história, pois todos eles contêm um toque marcante. Pois mesmo todos sabendo que seria a mesma ideia, ‘’ Um caso de detetive, que coisa comum e chata’’, mas você consegue mudar o padrão de uma forma que até parece ser fácil, mas para a maioria dos leitores sabemos que é um trabalho bem difícil em ter que pesquisar,...
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"DEATH ON THE NILE" (2004) Review

This 2004 adaptation of Agatha Christie’s 1937 novel, "Death on the Nile", was the सेकंड to be adapted for the screen. In the case of this movie, it aired as a 90-minute presentation on the long-running टेलीविज़न series, "Agatha Christie’s POIROT".

Like the novel and the 1978 movie, "DEATH ON THE NILE" centered around Hercule Poirot’s investigation of the murder of an Anglo-American heiress named Linnet Ridgeway. Linnet had stolen the affections of her best friend’s fiancé and married him. When the newly married couple vacationed in Egypt, the best...
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"NEMESIS" (2007) Review

Without a doubt, Agatha Christie's 1971 novel, "Nemesis", is one of her most unusual works. It is not as celebrated as 1934's "Murder on the Orient Express" या her 1926 novel, "The Murder of Roger Ackroyd". But it was the last novel she had written. And it possesses a slow, yet melancholic air that I find very rare in her body of work.

Two adaptations of the novel have aired on British television. BBC aired the first adaptation, which starred Joan Hickson as Jane Marple, in 1987. Twenty years later, the ITV network aired its own version with Geraldine McEwan in the lead....
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