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This review is from: Agatha Christie's Poirot - Collection 6 [DVD] (DVD)
This set contains the four most recent (shown in 2006) tv movies of Poirot adaptations starring David Suchet. They are as follows:
*Taken At the Flood
*After The Funeral
*Cards On The Table
*The Mystery Of The Blue Train
They are stories which are set during Poirots' more advanced years and this suits the stature of David Suchet as he grows with the role and allows it to mature in the way that Agatha Christie wrote it.
Speaking of which, there are a few changes to the plots from the novels, but this has been done many times before in this ongoing series of Poirot - as well as other adaptations of Christies' works over the decades. Some people might find this irritating, but these are really very good pieces of entertainment in my opinion, even with those changes.
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Initial post: 6 May 2014 18:30:43 BDT
Patricia Johnson says:
A few changes in the ongoing series of Poirot? Like changing the entire story in Appointment with Death, changing the murderers in Cards on the Table and The Body in the Library.
Posted on 22 May 2014 15:43:11 BDT
Excellent customer review Timmy.
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