September 2011


Hi folks, today I follow up my previous post to review the final five episodes of that little-known 1980s series The Agatha Christie Hour.

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Welcome back, as we hit the home stretch of my Christie film reviews. Today, it’s 2003’s TV film of Sparkling Cyanide.

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We’re nearing the end of my Agatha Christie film reviews, folks, so let’s have a look at another ’80s offering…

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Basil Rathbone as Gerald in "Love From a Stranger"

One of Agatha Christie’s first forays into the world of film was 1937’s Love From A Stranger, adapted by Frances Marion from a play by Frank Vosper, based on Christie’s short story Philomel Cottage. Love From A Stranger is a wry,  well-conceived psychological thriller which proves that – even 75 years on – movies haven’t really changed.

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