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Agatha Christie's Poirot 13 Seasons 2013

David Suchet returns to complete his definitive performance as Agatha Christie's iconic Belgian detective in five films for the multi-award winning Poirot series.

Starring:
David Suchet, Hugh Fraser

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1. Elephants Can Remember

Poirot and Ariadne Oliver delve into the past to uncover the truth behind two mysterious deaths years ago which are inspiring the vengeful present-day killer.

AGES-15-AND-OVER Runtime: 1 hour, 28 minutes Release date: 9 June 2013
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2. The Big Four

Detective drama. With the world on the brink of WWII, there is more political turmoil when it appears that the famous Peace Party is in fact a cover for the Big Four.

AGES-15-AND-OVER Runtime: 1 hour, 27 minutes Release date: 23 October 2013
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3. Dead Man's Folly

Detective drama. Ariadne Oliver is organising a 'murder hunt' at a summer fete, but calls for Poirot's help when she fears she may become involved in a real crime.

AGES-15-AND-OVER Runtime: 1 hour, 28 minutes Release date: 30 October 2013
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4. The Labours of Hercules

Detective drama. In an effort to recover his confidence after a rare professional failure, Poirot sets off for the Swiss Alps in pursuit of a missing maid.

AGES-15-AND-OVER Runtime: 1 hour, 30 minutes Release date: 6 November 2013
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5. Curtain: Poirot's Final Case

Last ever episode of the crime drama. Poirot must summon the last of his strength to confront his nemesis as he returns to Styles with Captain Hastings.

AGES-15-AND-OVER Runtime: 1 hour, 29 minutes Release date: 13 November 2013
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Product Details

Genres Crime
Starring David Suchet, Hugh Fraser
Season year 2013
Network ITV
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Brought as a video download.
The process is very easy and the quality is excellent, this is just one of serveral that I have downloaded and enjoyed.
David Suchet as Poirot can I say any more, the perfect actor in the perfect role,
Each episode is like a mini movie, with great attention to detail.
I would certrainly recommend
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Who doesn't love Poirot and David Suchet playing him? I wish they could make them forever.
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Must watch finale to a great series.
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Love Agatha Christie, fan of Miss Marple, but this won me over to Poirot perfect acting from David Suchet.
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My rating for this set would have been five-stars, but for one messed-up episode.

I was especially looking forward to two of the episodes in this collection, “Curtain” and “The Big Four”. I should have known when I saw that Mark Gatiss was writing “The Big Four” that it would be a disaster. And it was. Based on what he has helped to do to Sherlock Holmes, it was obvious that this would be just as bad. (Well, actually nothing is as bad as what they’ve done to Sherlock Holmes.) I suppose that I’m glad that someone kept Mr. Gatiss from placing Poirot in the year 2014 and tucking a cell-phone up under his long flowing hair while babbling on and on about his OCD.

As a viewer and owner of all of the David Suchet “Poirot” films, and also having read every single original Poirot short story, novel, and even play multiple times, I understand the need to make some changes when transitioning from page to screen. Some of the original short stories were so short that they had to be padded or changed for television. When some of them were pretty much rewritten as completely original teleplays instead of presenting the original material, I was just happy to have substantially new Poirot stories, even if they were presented under the same titles as previously printed works. I even understood why “The Labors of Hercules” in this set was adapted the way it was. (That book of short stories should have been made into a whole 12-episode series on its own, and since it remains essentially unfilmed at the end of the process, to my mind Suchet did NOT end up playing Poirot in every story as he has indicated. Still, it was an amazing run.)

But the episode “The Big Four” was different. There were parts of it that should NOT have been changed or eliminated.
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Great fun - thoroughly enjoyed it. Shame there are not many more. I also enjoyed the Miss Marple game.
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