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The Alphabet Murders (1965)



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This Agatha Christie adaptation of The ABC Murders is not like any other Christie adaptation you're likely to find. It's a comic take on the mystery story, with liberal doses of that half-subtle, half-blatant British humor. It's a good mystery and a good comedy. Tony Randall plays Christie's Belgian sleuth, Hercule Poirot.

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