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The Cornish Mystery: Poirot takes on the case of a wife who suspects her dentist husband is slowly poisoning her because he's fallen in love with his young assistant.
Double Sin: Poirot tells a startled Hastings he's decided to retire and suggests they take a trip to the seaside. On the way, Hastings befriends a young woman who finds she's missing some valuable antiques.
The Adventure of the Cheap Flat: An FBI agent who comes to London to try and catch a glamorous nightclub singer turned spy dismisses Poirot as a "gumshoe." Unimpressed with the pompous G-man's tactics, Poirot is drawn into the case after meeting a young couple who've gotten too good a bargain on a prime apartment.
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Poison, stolen antiques, and international intrigue--all of these are just another day's work for Agatha Christie's famed detective Hercule Poirot. In the three episodes of Agatha Christie's Poirot collected in this boxed set, the dapper Belgian sleuth (David Suchet) and his faithful associate Captain Hastings (Hugh Fraser) match wits with Scotland Yard and the FBI.
Unlike the brash, gun-toting FBI agent (William Hootkins) in "The Adventure of the Cheap Flat," Poirot refuses to accept the obvious solution to any crime and uses his polite European manners to catch the real culprits off guard. Suchet captures the essence of Poirot's shrewdness and charm with such marvelously subtle gestures as lighting a suspect's cigarette while recounting the details of her crime. In "Double Sin" and "The Cornish Mystery," Poirot travels to the Lake District and Cornwall, giving viewers the benefit of beautiful scenery in addition to a delicious mystery. Like Suchet, the producers of the series paid meticulous attention to detail when creating the sets and costumes, and the results are sure to delight Christie fans and make new ones. --Larisa Lomacky MooreFrom the Back Cover:
Hercule Poirot is not merely a detective. He is the detective. Just ask the millions of fans who made him the most watched sleuth in the history of the PBS Mystery! series and a hit all over again on A&E. DAVID SUCHET plays the meticulous Belgian in these three stories based on the fiction of Dame Agatha Christie, the mother of the modern mystery. Using only his "little grey cells" and the aid of the affable Captain Hastings (Hugh Fraser), Poirot makes quick and exceptionally neat work of the most serpentine cases. Set in elegant 1930s England, the series also stars Philip Jackson as Chief Inspector Japp and Pauline Moran as Miss Lemon. Includes The Cornish Mystery, Double Sin and The Adventure of the Cheap Flat.
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