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Agatha Christie’s marvelously mustachioed Belgian detective returns in the second series of the hit PBS mystery. Played to perfection by David Suchet, Hercule Poirot uses his formidable “little grey cells” to outwit criminals and fellow sleuths alike. These remastered adaptations bring the splendor of Art Deco-era Europe to brilliant life. Also starring Hugh Fraser (Sharpe) as the genial Captain Hastings, Philip Jackson (Robin of Sherwood) as Chief Inspector Japp, and Pauline Moran as Miss Lemon.
Peril at End House—Poirot fears for the safety of a young female friend.
The Veiled Lady—The detective takes a risk by helping a mysterious woman.
The Lost Mine—Poirot looks into the disappearance of a valuable map.
The Cornish Mystery—An apprehensive wife asks Poirot to investigate her husband.
The Disappearance of Mr. Davenheim—A wealthy banker suddenly goes missing.
Double Sin—Poirot makes a shocking announcement about his career.
The Adventure of the Cheap Flat—Poirot harbors suspicions about a bargain piece of real estate.
The Kidnapped Prime Minister—Poirot is charged with solving a high-profile case.
The Adventure of the Western Star—A jewel thief is no match for Poirot’s sleight of hand.
I love Christie mysteries. Suchet is Poirot. The episodes are fast paced and entertaining, ambiance and sets seem historically accurate.Published on March 1 2013 by Maureen A. Benny