Agatha Christie's Criminal Games

Agatha Christie's Criminal Games

6 Episodes

MYSTERY | FRANCE | FRENCH WITH ENGLISH SUBTITLES | TV-14
Agatha Christie's world-famous mysteries are delightfully adapted in a new series of French TV movies - sexy, witty and definitely addictive! Set in the 1950s, these iconic stories introduce new investigators in classic Christie style: Chief Inspector Laurence, a man of class and refined taste, and the young ambitious journalist Alice Avril - along with Laurence's ever-loyal secretary, Marlène.

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Agatha Christie's Criminal Games
  • Agatha Christie: Sparkling Cyanide

    Episode 1

    A famous movie star commits suicide before finishing her latest film, but Chief Inspector Laurence is convinced that she was murdered. Directed by Eric Woreth, 2012.

  • Dumb Witness

    Episode 2

    A recently deceased woman wrote a letter to the police insisting that her life was threatened, and Chief Inspector Laurence is troubled by the fact it took three months to be sent. Based on the Hercule Poirot novel. Directed by Marc Angelo, 2013.

  • Why Not Martin?

    Episode 3

    Avril comes across a man who is gravely injured after falling off a cliff and hears his last troubling words. Based on the novel Why Didn't They Ask Evans? Directed by Marc Angelo, 2013.

  • Murder At The Kermesse

    Episode 4

    Chief Inspector Laurence is left temporarily blind after a gunfight, but is determined to still solve the case of a drowned child. Based on the Hercule Poirot novel Hallowe'en Party. Directed by Eric Woreth, 2013.

  • Cards On The Table

    Episode 5

    Chief Inspector Laurence and Alice Avril are invited to a special diner, involving unsolved crimes and a mysterious host. Based on the Hercule Poirot novel. Directed by Eric Woreth, 2013.

  • Crime Does Not Pay

    Episode 6

    Avril goes undercover in a cabaret where a missing waitress worked, while Chief Inspector Laurence deals with an internal police investigation. Based on the Hercule Poirot novel The Murder on the Links. Directed by Marc Angelo, 2014.