Agatha Christie’s Seven Dials Mystery

July 1, 2013 - Comment

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jammer "jammmer" says:

Another great Christie DVD Whodunit This 133-minute London Weekend Television production, based on Agatha Christie’s novel, is in the best classical mystery tradition, starring a cast of lesser known but fine British actors. Principal performances are Cheryl Campbell as the enthusiastic protagonist Lady Eileen “Bundle” Brent; James Warwick as Jimmy Thesiger, the “man about town”; Christopher Scoular as Bill Eversleigh; and Harry Andrews as Superintendent Battle (whose personality dominates every scene he’s in). Other principals…

Walter M. Speck "retlaw59" says:

Agatha is always fun Probably less well known than her other works, this story of murder and espionage will keep you guessing until the end. Strong acting, along with some Brit stereo types make this a fun film. John Gielgud is priceless. If you are a Tommy and Tuppence fan, James Warwick is here on the trail of the guilty party. I highly recommend this film

J. Knoke "Hapamama" says:

Fun to watch What fun characters in this movie. It had it’s moments of humor, some silliness, a tad suspense but overall just a nice film to watch in the evening while drinking tea. John Gielgud, as always, was wonderful. Cheryl Campbell was a little silly in her role but it didn’t matter because she’s always been so good in other roles.

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