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And Then There Were None (1945) was a Crime - Drama Film directed by René Clair and produced by René Clair, Leo C. Popkin and Harry M. Popkin.

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Classic Films in Focus: AND THEN THERE WERE NONE (1945)

By Jennifer Garlen on Oct 26, 2015 From Virtual Virago

Long a staple of high school and community drama programs, Agatha Christie's stage version of And Then There Were None is a little less murderous than the original novel but still packed with good parts. The 1945 film adaptation, directed by Rene Clair, stocks those parts with truly memorable charac... Read full article


Classic Films in Focus: AND THEN THERE WERE NONE (1945)

By Jennifer Garlen on Oct 26, 2015 From Virtual Virago

Long a staple of high school and community drama programs, Agatha Christie's stage version of And Then There Were None is a little less murderous than the original novel but still packed with good parts. The 1945 film adaptation, directed by Rene Clair, stocks those parts with truly memorable charac... Read full article


And Then There Were None

By Chris on Apr 5, 2013 From Family Friendly Reviews

Family-Friendly Rating: “Enjoyable” suspense for young adults and older, thanks to Agatha Christie. There are some slightly graphic scenes with dead bodies but very tame by modern standards. The story is too complicated for young children and as a murder mystery it might not be appropria... Read full article


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Quotes from

Thomas Rogers: Never in my life have I been accused of any crime, sir - and if that's what you think of me, I shan't serve any dinner.


Detective William Henry Blore: I know who took the dining room key!
Philip Lombard: Who?
Detective William Henry Blore: Rogers! He had the key to the dining room, fact. He unlocks the door, takes a little Indian, goes out and chops up some sticks, fact. And then...
Philip Lombard: And then he takes the chopper, and splits his own cranium, fact. I'd like to see you do that to yourself, Blore. It would take practice!


Emily Brent: Very stupid to kill the only servant in the house. Now we don't even know where to find the marmalade.


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Facts about

This movie, as all existent versions of "Ten Little Indians," is based not on the novel by Agatha Christie but on her very similar play. While the identity of the murderer is the same in both versions, the outcome of who survives the murderer's plot is very different.
Emily Brent's line, "Those whom the gods would destroy..." is from the Greek dramatist Euripides. "The wicked flee . . ." is from the Book of Proverbs.
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