Poirot complete cases collection. Series 1-13
|Availability:||Available at 1 Library 7 of 7 copies|
SummaryFrom England to the Mediterranean, accompanied by his elegant and trustworthy sidekicks, the intelligent yet eccentrically-refined Belgian detective Hercule Poirot pits his wits against a collection of first class deceptions.
-- (Fictitious character)
Private investigators -- England -- London -- Drama.
Belgians -- England -- Drama.
England -- Social life and customs -- 20th century -- Drama.
Fiction television programs.
Detective and mystery television programs.
Video recordings for the hearing impaired.
|Publisher|| [Great Britain] :Acorn Media,2011
|Other Titles|| Agatha Christie Poirot
1944- television producer.
Agran, Linda, 1947- television producer.
Eastman, Brian, television producer.
Exton, Clive, screenwriter.
Murray, Russell, screenwriter.
Baker, Michael, 1948- screenwriter.
Wakelam, Stephen, screenwriter.
Reid, David, screenwriter.
Renwick, David, 1951- screenwriter.
Marshall, Andrew, 1954- screenwriter.
Horowitz, Anthony, 1955- screenwriter.
Beacham, Rod, 1940-2013, screenwriter.
Bowen, Trevor, 1941- screenwriter.
Bennett, Edward, 1950- television director.
Rye, Renny, television director.
Grieve, Andrew, television director.
Spence, Richard, television director.
Devenish, Ross, television director.
Farnham, Brian, television director.
Piddington, Andrew, television director.
Suchet, David, actor.
Fraser, Hugh, actor.
Jackson, Philip, 1948- actor.
Moran, Pauline, actor.
Wenham, Peter, art director.
Demetri, John, art director.
Smith, Caroline (Art director), art director.
Hardinge, Chris, art director.
Barrow, Carlotta, 1943- set designer.
Sofitsi, Chrysoula, set designer.
Thomson, Sue, costume designer.
Mattock, Linda, costume designer.
Lewis, Sharon, costume designer.
Waller, Elizabeth, costume designer.
Fraser-Paye, Robin, costume designer.
Bain, Derek, editor of moving image work.
Costelloe, Jon, editor of moving image work.
Hudson, Paul, editor of moving image work.
Wilson, Roger, editor of moving image work.
Webb, Frank, 1949- editor of moving image work.
Lemon, Max, 1936- editor of moving image work.
McClelland, Andrew John, editor of moving image work.
Harris, Rob, production designer.
Oxley, Mike, production designer.
Strasburg, Ivan, director of photography.
Jessop, Peter, 1930- director of photography.
Bartlett, Peter, director of photography.
Layton, Vernon, director of photography.
Lehel, Jason, director of photography.
O'Dell, Chris, director of photography.
Langley, Norman G., 1935- director of photography.
Gunning, Chris, composer (expression)
Hewson, Richard, composer (expression)
Trench, Fiachra, composer (expression)
Snell, David, 1936- conductor.
ITV Studios, production company.
Picture Partnership (Firm), production company.
Carnival Films (Great Britain), production company.
Acorn Media (Firm), production company.
RLJ Entertainment, film distributor.
David Suchet, Hugh Fraser, Philip Jackson, Pauline Moran.
Art director, Peter Wenham, John Demetri, Caroline Smith, Chris Hardinge ; set dresser, Carlotta Barrow, Chrysoula Sofitsi ; costume designer, Sue Thomson, Linda Mattock, Sharon Lewis, Elizabeth Waller, Robin Fraser Paye ; film editor, Derek Bain, Jon Costelloe, Paul Hudson, Roger Wilson, Frank Webb, Max Lemon, Andrew McClelland ; production designer, Rob Harris, Mike Oxley ; director of photography, Ivan Strasburg, Peter Jessop, Peter Bartlett, Vernon Layton, Jason Lehel, Chris O'Dell, Norman Langley ; music, Christopher Gunning ; incidental music, Richard Hewson, Fiachra Trench ; conductor, David Snell.
Title from container.
Originally broadcast in the UK as a television series in 1989-1991.
"This 33-disc set includes all 13 series of the beloved mystery, remastered and restored to original UK broadcast order."--Collection box
Based on characters created by Agatha Christie.
Bonus material: Being Poirot; Super sleths; David Suchet on the Orient Express; Behind-the-scenes featurette.
DVD; region 1, NTSC; 4:3 full screen presentation; Dolby digital 2.0.
33 videodiscs (approximately 86 hrs.) : DVD video, sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.