Hello Poirot fans ~ I am thrilled to have found this website. I have recently enjoyed watching the Labours of Hercules and I have a question about the music. In the scene where Poirot, the Countess, and Alice are playing cards the dog Binkey is howling. Binkey is howling because Dr. Lutz starts playing the piano. I love the classical piano piece he is playing but the song is not listed in the credits. Does anyone know the name of this piece? I would love to buy a copy and learn to play it. Thank you so much for your time!
I just turned off the TV after incredulously watching the first 30 minutes of „Appointment with Death“. I usually like the series with David Suchet (he is really great), but this epispde was obviously written by someone who does not care a bit about AC‘s books.
Appointment with Death is one of my favourite AC novels, it really hurts to see it mutilated like this :-(
Watching „Cards on the Table“ was a similar disappointment.
Are there other episodes I shouldn‘t watch?
March's "Book of the Month" is The Mirror Crack'd from Side to Side. What happens when Hollywood comes to St. Mary Mead? When a glamorous movie star buys Gossington Hall (the Bantrys' old estate featured in The Body in the Library), the residents of the British village think that life is going to get a lot more exciting. They're certainly right, as a guest is poisoned at a big party. But who was the real target, and what's the motive? As the bodies pile up, it's up to Miss Marple to figure out the truth.