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Agatha Christie

British director

Born
15 September 1890
in TorquayDevon, EnglandUnited Kingdom

Died
12 January 1976

One of the most famous novelists that created mostly mystery and detective stories. Two of her most recognizable characters were amateur detective Miss Marple and Belgian retired detective Hercule Poirot.


1934

Murder on the Orient Express

author

The Sting 1934

One of the most famous detective novels - famous detective Hercule Poirot embarks on Orient Express and stumbles upon a mystery when one of the passengers is found dead in his compartment.

1967-2003

Green Eye Theatre

screenplay

The Sting 1967

Polish radio anthology series that covered wide range of themes and genres - from crime and mystery to sci-fi and even horror.

1974

Murder on the Orient Express

screenplay

The Sting 1974

Hercules Poirot travels on the Orient Express when one of the passengers is found dead with multiple stab wounds. This could be the most complicated case in career of the Belgian detective.

1992-1993

Murder on the Orient Express

screenplay

The Sting 1992

Hercule Poirot climbs aboard the Orient Express, but everywhere he goes the mysteries are following him.