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And Then There Were None

  • Drama
  • 1974
  • Peter Collinson
  • 102 mins
  • PG
    More info: UK: General viewing, but some scenes may be unsuitable for young children

Summary

Ten strangers with dark histories are mysteriously summoned to a remote desert hotel in Iran, where an unseen host exacts revenge for their past misdeeds. Agatha Christie mystery, starring Oliver Reed, Richard Attenborough, Elke Sommer, Herbert Lom, Gert Frobe and Stephane Audran.

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Review

Rating: 3 out of 5.

This third film version of Agatha Christie's whodunnit Ten Little Indians assembles strangers at an isolated Persian hotel and bumps them off one by one in retribution. It is lushly filmed by director Peter Collinson in pre-revolutionary Iran, but stars such as Richard Attenborough, Oliver Reed, Elke Sommer and Herbert Lom are given the task of propping up a dubious proposition, helped by the disembodied voice of narrator Orson Welles, who lends the project more weight than it deserves.

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Language
English
Available on
video and DVD
Formats
Colour

Credits

Cast

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Hugh LombardOliver Reed
Judge CannonRichard Attenborough
Vera ClydeElke Sommer
Wilhelm BloreGert Fröbe
General SouleAdolfo Celi
Ilona BergenStéphane Audran
Dr ArmstrongHerbert Lom
Michel RavenCharles Aznavour
Voice on tape recorderOrson Welles
Elsa MartinoMaria Rohm
Otto MartinoAlberto de Mendoza

Crew

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DirectorPeter Collinson
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