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3 things about Sidney Lumet’s MURDER ON THE ORIENT EXPRESS

Murder on the Orient Express [1974] 1. Very, very heavy gray makeup. 2. Long take Ingrid. (A golden choice: I meant, why would you want to cut away?) 3. Biting his nails.

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3 things about George Pollock’s MURDER MOST FOUL

Murder Most Foul [1964] 1. “One member of that jury was being deliberately perverse.” “Many more than one, Inspector, I assure you. Eleven, to be precise.” 2. She turns her cape into a lap blanket. 3. A pocket mirror fastened … Continue reading

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3 things about George Pollock’s MURDER AHOY

Murder Ahoy [1964] 1. A waxy envelope with figures written on the back. 2. Curling his beard before bed. 3. Which direction is the hilt pointing?

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3 things about George Pollock’s MURDER AT THE GALLOP

Murder at the Gallop [1963] 1. The upper and lower lips curling over the dentures towards the interior of the mouth: Margaret Rutherford face. 2. Doing the twist in an evening gown. 3. The film ends with another proposal.

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3 things about George Pollock’s MURDER SHE SAID

Murder She Said [1961] 1. Voluminous jumpsuit. 2. By the light of the lantern she begins to examine each fuse. 3. On her fireside table is an Agatha Christie paperback.

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3 things about Guy Hamilton’s THE MIRROR CRACK’D

The Mirror Crack’d [1980] 1. “Lola, dear, you know, there are really only two things I dislike about you. Your face.” 2. Beneath her costume she’s wearing denim. 3. From a sound sleep she suddenly sits up and cries, “The … Continue reading

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