Poirot - Agatha Christie's Poirot - The Mysterious Affair At Styles details
|Starring:||David Suchet, Philip Jackson, Hugh Fraser|
Poirot - Agatha Christie's Poirot - The Mysterious Affair At Styles
|Run time:||1 hour 43 minutes|
|Rental release:||Not currently released|
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the queen of murderBy Graham C from Exeter, Devon, UK , 04 Jan 2005
[Highly rated reviewer]This is an excellent adaptation of agatha christies first novel. we find out how poirot (David Suchet) come to work in this country and how the relationship with captain hastings (hugh Fraser)started and of course together they solve a seemingly impossible crime
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Mysterious Affair at StylesBy Miriam from Ealing, London , 26 Jun 2010The Mysterious Affair at Styles; How Does Your Garden Grow and
The Million Dollar Bond Robbery - all excellent entertainment.
The Mysterious Affair at Styles must be the first of the Poirot's to see as it introduces Captain Hastings.
Agatha Christie's Poirot The Mysterious Affair at StylesBy Jammyhouse (132 reviews) from Wakefield , 20 Aug 2009There's something about Agatha Christie stories that makes them so watchable time and time again, despite one knowing the outcome. The early 20th century era plus David Suchet's marvellous portrayal of the famous detective makes for lovely viewing.
poirotBy mark leather from secret , 13 Jan 2009Its great watching David suchet as poirot, and he gets the ones responsible as he always does without giving anything away
Pretty GoodBy TheKeeper (30 reviews) from Newmarket , 04 Jul 2008Another tale in the Poirot series featuring the wonderful Suchet in the role he had made his very own.
This story although filmed later than the TV series he starred in the 80s, goes back to the first time Poirot, Captain Hastings (Lieutenant here) and Chief Inspector Japp (Inspector here), all meet to solve a murder.
A good story with a gentle pace that does intrigue and once again, I didn't realise who the killer was, so fairly satisfying Christie fayre.
Suchet at his imperious bestBy a customer from St Andrews Scotland , 26 Mar 2008Really good film introducing Poirot. Suchet is undoubtedly the archetypal HP - so much more dapper and pernickety than, say, Ustinov.
Good plot - typical of Christie - look for the obvious who couldn't have done it!