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The Little Murders of Agatha Christie

5 Episodes

MYSTERY | FRANCE | FRENCH WITH ENGLISH SUBTITLES | TV-PG
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 1930s, these iconic stories introduce two new investigators in classic Christie style: Superintendent Larosière, whose passion for beautiful women is matched only by his love of solving puzzling crimes, and his young colleague Inspector Lampion, whose modern sensibilities sometimes clash with those of a less-enlightened age.

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  • Agatha Christie: The Moving Finger

    Episode 1 1h 30m

    After Inspector Lampion is injured during a police raid, Superintendent Larosière rents a cottage in a small village and begins receiving threatening letters. Based on the Miss Marple novel. Directed by Eric Woreth, 2009.

  • Five Little Pigs
    Episode 2 1h 30m

    Five Little Pigs

    Episode 2 1h 30m

    Feeling underappreciated, Lampion leaves his post to a join a private investigation firm, and gets a lead on a 15-year-old case. Based on the Hercule Poirot novel. Directed by Eric Woreth, 2010.

  • The Ebb and the Flow
    Episode 3 1h 34m

    The Ebb and the Flow

    Episode 3 1h 34m

    Superintendent Larosière runs into his former captain from the Great War, who invites him to his family castle for a big announcement. Based on the Hercule Poirot novel Taken at the Flood. Directed by Eric Woreth, 2011.

  • The Knife On The Neck
    Episode 4 1h 34m

    The Knife On The Neck

    Episode 4 1h 34m

    Superintendent Larosière and Inspector Lampion investigate the murder of a woman last seen entering a theater. Based on the Hercule Poirot novel Lord Edgeware Dies. Directed by Renaud Bertrand, 2012.

  • Sleeping Murder
    Episode 5 1h 30m

    Sleeping Murder

    Episode 5 1h 30m

    Lampion befriends a young woman who suffers from terrifying visions of a bloody woman. Based on the Miss Marple novel. Directed by Eric Woreth, 2011.