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The Best of Agatha Christie: Volume 4

The Best of Agatha Christie: Volume 4

$33.98

World-renowned as the Queen of Crime, Agatha Christie is the bestselling novelist of all time, perennially winning new fans since the 1920s. In these television adaptations of her finest mysteries, star-studded casts and lavish period detail bring Christie’s work to life. Volume 4: Mysterious Affair at Styles, Dead Man's Folly, The Mirror Crack'd from Side to Side and A Caribbean Mystery. SDH

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World-renowned as the Queen of Crime, Agatha Christie is the bestselling novelist of all time, perennially winning new fans since the 1920s. In these television adaptations of her finest mysteries, star-studded casts and lavish period detail bring Christie’s work to life. Volume 3: Partners in Crime: Secret Adversary, Ordeal by Innocence, and The Hollow. SDH

 

The Mysterious Affair at Styles—Poirot (David Suchet) and Hastings (Hugh Fraser, Sharpe) tackle their first case together when a wealthy old woman is poisoned.

Dead Man's Folly—Fiction turns to fact when a girl is killed at a "murder hunt" devised by crime writer Ariadne Oliver (Zoë Wanamaker, Harry Potter films), who calls upon Poirot (Suchet) to help.

The Mirror Crack'd from Side to Side—Miss Marple (Julia McKenzie, Cranford) ponders a cast of suspicious characters when a villager dies at a party hosted by a movie star (Lindsay Duncan, Sherlock). Joanna Lumley (Absolutely Fabulous) also stars.

A Caribbean Mystery—After the death of a fellow guest at a posh hotel, Miss Marple (McKenzie) unravels a web of dark magic and deceit.

Special Features:

  • Interview with Clarke Peters
  • Costume design featurette for Partners in Crime
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Format: DVD
Show: Agatha Christie
Genre: Mystery
Run Time: 387 minutes
Number of Discs: 2
Region: Region 1
UPC Code : 0054961265596
Editorial Reviews: "A first-rate mystery"—The New York Times on The Mysterious Affair at Styles
"An experience most delicious"—SFGate.com on Dead Man's Folly
"Entertaining…fresh as a breeze"—Telegraph (UK) on Caribbean Mystery
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