Four clocks surround an unidentified corpse in a blind woman's house, and a young typist is summoned to the crime scene. However, Poirot is convinced that the complicated setup is merely hiding a simpler solution.
Poirot investigates the murder of a shady American businessman stabbed in his compartment on the Orient Express when it is blocked by a blizzard in Croatia.
During a village's Hallowe'en party, a young girl boasts of having witnessed a murder from years before. No one believes her tale until her body is found later on in the evening, drowned in the apple-bobbing bucket.
Poirot attends a party at the great actor Sir Charles Cartwright's Cornish mansion. A local reverend dies while drinking a cocktail, but no poison is found in his glass. Poirot and Cartwright decide to investigate when another victim is claimed in the same manner.
Poirot seeks the killer of a woman many wanted dead: Hercule Poirot (David Suchet) accompanies an archaeological expedition searching for the skull of John the Baptist in the Syrian Desert. What the team actually finds is a more recent corpse: the body of Lady Boynton, wife of expedition leader Lord Boynton (Tim Curry, The Rocky Horror Picture Show). The woman had made many enemies during her life, and Poirot has no shortage of suspects. He digs through layers of history to discover who had motive enough to kill.
Poirot tries to clear a woman framed for murder: Distressed young heiress Norma Restarick comes to see Hercule Poirot (David Suchet) about "a murder she might have committed." The detective consults an old acquaintance, crime novelist Ariadne Oliver (Zoe Wanamaker, My Family), who lives in the same building as the young woman and her two roommates. When Norma's childhood nanny is found dead, apparently by suicide, Poirot believes he has identified the victim. Next he must deduce the killer, while Norma's family fears for her sanity.
At the Meadowbank School, Miss Bulstrode (Harriet Walter, Atonement) counts girls from England's finest families among her young charges. And she treats them all as equals--even the royalty, like Princess Shaista of Ramat, a political refugee under constant threat from revolutionaries in her country. Yet, to the headmisstress's friend Hercule Poirot (David Suchet), the school seems a world in microcosm, full of "hopes, dreams, fears, and secrets." The famous detective delves into those secrets after a vicious murder shocks the students and staff. As the attacks escalate, he aims to find the perpetrator before more students leave and threated the school's survival.
When a jury convicts James Bentley (Joe Absolom, Vincent) for the murder of his landlady, even the police superintendent (Richard Hope, The Bill) believes they've got the wrong man. At the superintendent's behest, Hercule Poirot (David Suchet) begins a search for new evidence. He bumps into an old friend, mystery novelist Ariadne Oliver (Zoe Wanamaker, My Family), who lends her woman's intuition to the investigation. It seems that many of the victim's former employers have "a skeleton in the armoire," as Poirot puts it. But when an unknown assailant makes an attempt on the detective's life, the case takes on greater urgency.
Poirot becomes involved with the wealthy Cloade family, whose past tragedies still haunt their present.
When Cora Abernethie is murdered the day after her brother's funeral, Poirot visits Enderby Hall to investigate the remaining family members.
Poirot makes the acquaintance of a mysterious man who invites him to a dinner party only for his host to wind up dead during a bridge game.
When a wealthy woman is brutally murdered aboard a train, Poirot searches both for the killer and the victim's priceless jewel.
Invited for a weekend in the country with the Angkatell clan, Poirot untangles the family's love affairs in the quest for a killer.
Poirot intervenes when a jilted woman harasses a newlywed couple, but their honeymoon river cruise turns deadly nonetheless.
A beautiful young socialite stands convicted of murder, and Poirot races to reinvestigate before her sentence is carried out.
Thirteen years after Caroline Crale was executed for murdering her husband, Lucy Crale asks Poirot to prove her mother's innocence.
Agatha Christie's Poirot clip - starring David Suchet, Hugh Fraser, Phil Jackson, Pauline Moran, David Yelland, Zoe Wanamaker.
Agatha Christie's Poirot: Season 8 clip - starring David Suchet, Hugh Fraser, Phil Jackson, Pauline Moran, David Yelland, Zoe Wanamaker.
Agatha Christie's renowned Belgian detective solves the most challenging cases of the Art Deco era in these delightful adaptations starring David Suchet as "a near-perfect Poirot" (USA Today). These four feature-length mysteries boast all-star casts including Jessica Chastain, Hugh Bonneville, Barbara Hershey, Toby Jones, Eileen Atkins, David Morrissey, Martin Shaw, Timothy West, and Zoë Wanamaker.
Agatha Christie's astute Belgian detective is on the case in these four feature-length mysteries from the hit series. Beautifully remastered, these definitive adaptations capture the unrivaled elegance of the Art Deco era. David Suchet stars as "a near-perfect Poirot" (USA Today), with guest stars including Toby Stephens, Aidan Gillen, Edward Fox, Phyllis Logan, Barbara Flynn, Judy Parfitt, Marc Warren, JJ Feild, Paul McGann, Gemma Jones, and Emily Blunt.
Agatha Christie's famous Belgian detective puts his "little grey cells" to work in these four feature-length mysteries from the hit series. These definitive adaptations have been beautifully remastered to capture all the sparkling details of the Art Deco era. David Suchet "is pure Poirot" (The New York Times), with guest stars including Michael Fassbender, Elliott Gould, Lindsay Duncan, Alice Eve, Honeysuckle Weeks, Lucy Punch, James D'Arcy, and Zoe Wanamaker as Ariadne Oliver.
A literary legend became a TV phenomenon when David Suchet took on the role of Hercule Poirot, Agatha Christie's most famous sleuth. Suchet's Poirot became the most-watched detective in the history of the PBS Mystery! series and a hit all over again on A&E. Using his "little gray cells" and aided by the affable Captain Hastings (Hugh Fraser), Poirot unravels the thorniest cases without mussing a hair of his famously scultpted mustache. Lush art deco period details and scripts infused with delicious Christie wit make these mysteries irresistible.
He's the most-watched sleuth in the history of PBS's Mystery! David Suchet stars as the dapper, diminutive Belgian who solves the most serpentine cases with the sharpest of minds and the driest of wits. Set in the Art Deco elegance of 1930s England, each mysterious adventure is a treat for the eyes and the intellect.
A literary legend became a TV phenomenon when David Suchet took on the role of Hercule Poirot, Agatha Christie's most famous sleuth.
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