Best Agatha Christie Movie Adaptations Ranked
The only Poirot to be nominated for an Academy Award is Albert Finney, who won recognition for his performance in Murder on the Orient Express in 1974.
Peter Ustinov plays Hercule Poirot for the first time in Death on the Nile.
This adaptation of the same-titled Christie short tale was directed by Billy Wilder.
A Haunting in Vence, Kenneth Branagh's third Agatha Christie film, debuted on the big screen.
Among Agatha Christie adaptations, this Soviet version of And Then There Were None stands out for its faithfulness to the original.
The 2012 release of the Indian Malayalam film Grandmaster was inspired by Agatha Christie's novel The A.B.C. Murders.
A Bengali translation of Christie's 1962 book The Mirror Crack'd from Side to Side is called Shubho Mahurat.
The Mirror Crack'd, one of Christie's Miss Marple mysteries, has an exceptionally skilled ensemble.