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Dead Man's Folly (1986)



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Peter Ustinov was never the Hercule Poirot of the Agatha Christie novels (that would be David Suchet), but Ustinov's screen interpretation is an entertaining one nonetheless. He's the highlight of this made-for-TV adaptation of the book. The film fails to measure up to the theatrical Poirot features Ustinov made, but it's good by television's standards.

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