Has anyone else seen all six versions of AND THEN THERE NONE?

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  1. Foxhot

    Foxhot Rear Admiral Rear Admiral

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    The second of this batch is particularly rare....not necessarily in the public domain.
    The sixth, and longest, of this batch played on cable a few years back.
    Please tell me I'm not the only one. Heck, pretend the 1959 version never existed. It'll improve the odds.
    Anyone?
     
  2. J.T.B.

    J.T.B. Rear Admiral Premium Member

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    I've seen the first one and the one with Fabian. That's it.
     
  3. publiusr

    publiusr Vice Admiral Admiral

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    I had no idea it had been done so many times. O/T Branagh never should have been Poirot. He looks more like Earp.

    The big film treatment of Orient Express should have gone to Suchet.
     
  4. FormerLurker

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    I've only seen bits and pieces of two of them; The Hugh O'Brian version at the chateau, and the version set on the African veldt, with Paul Smith (Rabban/Bluto). They're just not available to watch when I'm in a mood to do so.
     
  5. The Borgified Corpse

    The Borgified Corpse Admiral Admiral

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    Ouch! Forgotten already? You were just down ther
    I never picked up on the fact that Rabban & Bluto were played by the same guy.
     
  6. Foxhot

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    If you watch the 1975 and 1989 versions, you'll notice two separate doomed characters are both played by Inspector Closeau's boss.

    If you can only see two, try the '45 classic and the recent miniseries.
    If you only have time for one, go for the---=

    (chokes on poisoned salad)