Agatha Christie: Poirot-Collector's Pack (2003)

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Released 11-Nov-2004
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This box set consists of the following DVDs;
Agatha Christie: Poirot-Death on the Nile (2003) , Agatha Christie: Poirot-Five Little Pigs (2003) , Agatha Christie: Poirot-Sad Cypress (2003) , Agatha Christie: Poirot-The Hollow (2003)

Poirot-Death on the Nile
This lavish murder mystery adaptation of Agatha Christie's most famous crime thriller sees world famous detective Hercule Poirot's (David Suchet) vacation shattered by heartbreak and murder.

As Poirot's holiday cruise wends its way through the stunning scenery of historic Egypt, the Nile proves to have disturbing currents. Against Poirot's advice, a heart broken Jacqueline De Bellefort joins the trip to stalk her former fiancÚ and his new heiress wife. When the wealthy heiress with a propensity for making enemies is shot, Jacqueline is the suspect with the perfect alibi. As the body-count rises, Poirot must tax his legendary 'little grey cells' to the limit to expose the assassin in their midst.

Poirot-Five Little Pigs
This stunning murder mystery adaptation sees Agatha Christie's world famous detective Hercule Poirot (David Suchet) bring a fresh perspective to a notorious fourteen year old murder case.

Caroline Crale was hanged for the murder of her flamboyant artist husband Amyas in an apparent crime of passion. Their orphaned daughter Lucy was sent to live in Canada, but now she's back, a sophisticated young woman who has just discovered what really happened to her parents.

Lucy persuades Poirot to re-examine the case and seek out the truth.

Poirot-Sad Cypress
In this dark suspense mystery, Agatha Christie's determined detective Hercule Poirot races against the clock to save the life of a beautiful young woman convicted of a double murder.

As Poirot watches the judge sentence socialite Elinor Carlisle to death for poisoning her aunt Laura Welman and her rival in love, Mary Gerrard, he can't help feeling something is wrong.

All evidence points to her guilt, so why does Poirot feel so uneasy? Is it because despite everything it's possible that one tiny clue might prove Elinor's innocence?

Poirot-The Hollow
Agatha Christie's dark crime thriller sees Poirot drawn into a deadly game of murder during a country house weekend.

Poirot's fascination for observing human behaviour leads him to accept an invitation to The Hollow, the beautiful country retreat of the eccentric Angkatell family.

The weekend's events take a sinister twist when the family stages a murder tableau and discovers that the 'victim', Doctor John Christow, really has been shot. The prime suspect for the murder is the Doctor's wife, but as Poirot investigates, he discovers that everyone in the house had a reason to want Christow dead.

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David Suchet
Hugh Fraser
Philip Jackson
Pauline Moran
Directed by
Peter Barber-Fleming
Edward Bennett
John Bruce
Ross Devenish
Christopher Gunning
Genre Year Running Time Format Region Coding Multi
Disc (4)
Mystery 2003 377:26 (Case: 380) 576i (PAL) 1 2 3 4 5 6
Widescreen Varies, 16x9 Enhanced
English Dolby Digital 2.0 (224Kb/s)
Main Menu Audio, Main Menu Audio, Main Menu Audio, Main Menu Audio
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