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And Then There Were None (1945)

And Then There Were None
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7.6 IMDB rating

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Barry Fitzgerald

Barry Fitzgerald

Judge Francis J. Quinncannon
Walter Huston

Walter Huston

Dr. Edward G. Armstrong
Louis Hayward

Louis Hayward

Philip Lombard
Roland Young

Roland Young

Detective William Henry Blore
June Duprez

June Duprez

Vera Claythorne
Mischa Auer

Mischa Auer

Prince Nikita 'Nikki' Starloff
C. Aubrey Smith

C. Aubrey Smith

Gen. Sir John Mandrake
Judith Anderson

Judith Anderson

Emily Brent


Written by
Dudley Nichols

Dudley Nichols

(screenplay)


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Review of And Then There Were None

1 year, 10 months ago at Mar 8 0:36
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Film adaptions of books must always reach a certain balance of differences and similarities to the book being adapted. Films like Holes (based on Louis Sachar's book of the same name) shows us what it looks like when a film is too faithful to it's source material. The film becomes predictable for those who have read the book, and frankly, the source material for Holes did not need a film.
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3 years, 9 months ago at Apr 29 9:32
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Superb adaptation of Agatha Christie's novel, despite a slight deviation from it towards the end, in order to add a little bit of romance. I'm familiar with the story, after seeing an excellent stage version about a year back, but that didn't stop my enjoyment of this cinematic version. The cast are great ; we've got Irish actor Barry Fitzgerald turning in a wonderfully charismatic performance as ... read more
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Based on a novel and subsequent stage play by Agatha Christie; ten people are invited to an isolated island, only to be killed one-by-one. Could one of them be the killer?
Release date: 31 October 1945
UPC: 089859820922
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Review of And Then There Were None

“Film adaptions of books must always reach a certain balance of differences and similarities to the book being adapted. Films like Holes (based on Louis Sachar's book of the same name) shows us what it looks like when a film is too faithful to it's source material. The film becomes predictable for those who have read the book, and frankly, the source material for Holes did not need a film.

On the other hand, films like the adaption of the first three books of A Series of Unfortunate Events, shows us what can happen if a film differs to much from the book. It greatly irritates those who have read the source material, and like Holes, the series did not need a film.

And Then There Were None (based on Agatha Christie's novel of the same name) falls a bit more to the "too dif” read more

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Citizen Caine posted a review 3 years, 9 months ago

“Superb adaptation of Agatha Christie's novel, despite a slight deviation from it towards the end, in order to add a little bit of romance. I'm familiar with the story, after seeing an excellent stage version about a year back, but that didn't stop my enjoyment of this cinematic version. The cast are great ; we've got Irish actor Barry Fitzgerald turning in a wonderfully charismatic performance as the Judge, Walter Huston as the decisive but cowardly Doctor, Louis Hayward as the mysterious Philip Lombard and the lovely June Duprez (who I was recently introduced to in The Spy In Black), amongst others. Brilliantly directed by Clair, it’s a fast-moving, atmospheric film with a real sense of paranoia alongside plenty of subtle, black humour and an abrupt ending to rival Hitchcock. Very enjoy” read more