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David Suchet stars as Agatha Christie's enigmatic, eccentric and extremely intelligent detective Hercule Poirot.
From England to the Mediterranean, accompanied by his elegant and trustworthy sidekicks, Captain Hastings, Chief Inspector Japp and Miss Lemon, Poirot pits his wits against a collection of first class deceptions.
Includes the following:
The Cornish Mystery, The Disappearance of Mr Davenheim, Double Sin, The Adventure of The Cheap Flat, The Kidnapped Prime Minister, The Adventure of the Western Star, The Mysterious Affair at Styles, How Does Your Garden Grow?, The Million Dollar Bond Robbery, The Plymouth Express, Wasp's Nest, Tragedy at Marsden Manor, Double Cue.
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Albert Finney and Peter Ustinoff have tried portraying Poirot on film, unfortunately for them David Suchet has made the role his own. He is the definitive Poirot as Jeremy Brett was the definitive 'period' Sherlock Holmes. Hoestly I am embarrassed for Finney and Ustinoff when I catch a glimpse of either of them trying to play Poirot. It's like seeing an impressionist doing a bad impression and expecting applause for it.
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