Agatha Christie's Poirot
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Agatha Christie's Poirot
First Aired: January 1st, 1989
Status: Ended
Network: ITV1
Summary: The adventures of Agatha Christie's famous Belgian detective, Hercule Poirot, adapted for television over more than twenty years and covering every Poirot book and short story ever written. This enormous lifelong project starring David Suchet takes the eponymous detective from England to Egypt, from country estate to weekend lodge, from dinner party to train ride, with his good friend Captain Hastings at his side, solving some of the most celebrated murder mysteries ever conceived.
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# of Episodes: 70
# of Episodes I watched: 0
# of Episodes I haven't watched: 70
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Last Aired Episode
Curtain - Poirot's Last Case
Season 13 - Episode 5: Curtain - Poirot's Last Case
Air Date: November 13rd, 2013, 08:00 PM
Summary: In the post-war climate of the late 1940s, an ailing Poirot reunites with his old friend Captain Hastings at Styles Court, the place where they had solved their first murder together almost thirty years previously. Styles is now a modest guest house run by an elderly couple, and Poirot knows that one of the guests staying there is a heartless serial killer. The suspects range from a chemist and his invalid wife, a dashing but untrustworthy major, a charming aristocrat, a melancholic middle-aged woman, an unobtrusive birdwatcher, and Hastings' own feisty daughter. With Hastings' assistance, an incapacitated Poirot tries to prevent another murder from occurring, knowing that his own end is nearing.
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Cast
David Suchet - Hercule Poirot
David Suchet
as Hercule Poirot
Philip Jackson - Insp. James Japp
Philip Jackson
as Insp. James Japp
Pauline Moran - Felicity Lemon
Pauline Moran
as Felicity Lemon
Hugh Fraser (repeat) - Captain Arthur Hastings
Hugh Fraser (repeat)
as Captain Arthur Hastings
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