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And Then There Were None

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And Then There Were None

Mystery novel by Agatha Christie, widely considered her masterpiece and described by her as the most difficult of her books to write add

Category: Literature (420)

Launched in 1959.

Countries: United Kingdom (48%), (14%), US (14%)

Main connections: Agatha Christie, BBC, Geoffrey Whitehead

Linked to: BBC, HarperCollins, Dodd, Mead and Company, The Adventure Company

 

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1965

First English-language color film version of the novel, based on a screenplay by Towers , who co-wrote the screenplay for the 1965 film add something


1966

In television, the story was spoofed in the 1966 "Get Smart" episode "Hoo Done It", which featured guest star Joey Forman as "Detective Harry Hoo", a parody of Charlie Chan add something


1969

A West German adaptation, "Zehn kleine Negerlein", was directed by Hans Quest for ZDF in 1969 add something


1970

In 1970, Pierre Sabbagh directed "Dix petits nègres" for the French television adaptation add something


1974

In 1974, Jean Fayyad directed the television series "10 Little Niggars" in Arabic for the National Lebanese Television add something


1976

Another parody, the 1976 Broadway musical "Something's Afoot", stars Tessie O'Shea as a female sleuth resembling Miss Marple add something


1980

UK editions continued to use the work's original title until the 1980s; the first UK edition to use the alternative title "And Then There Were None" appeared in 1985 with a reprint of the 1963 Fontana Paperback add something

 

Geoffrey Whitehead - He is regularly seen on British television as well as filling many roles on radio, where he featured in the 3rd and 4th episodes of the fifth series of the BBC Radio 4 comedy series "Old Harry's Game" in the role of Roland Kingworthy, as "Prior Robert" in the 1980s BBC radio dramatisations of "Cadfael", as John Barsad in the radio dramatisation of Charles Dickens' "A Tale of Two Cities" and most recently as Justice Wargrave in the BBC Radio 4 dramatisation of Agatha Christie's "And Then There Were None" on 13 November 2010


1981

In Cuba, the novel was adapted in 1981 in a black and white six parts series starring Yolanda Ruiz, Miguel Navarro and Fernando Robles in the Vera Claythorne, Philip Lombard and Justice Wargrave roles add something


2005

Anthony Howell (actor) - In 2005, Howell starred in Agatha Christie's "And Then There Were None" in London 's West End

 

On 14 October 2005, a new version of the play, written by Kevin Elyot and directed by Steven Pimlott, opened at the Gielgud Theatre in London add something


2008

Gerald Harper - He toured the country in 2008 as the lead in Agatha Christie's "And Then There Were None" directed by Joe Harmston for producer Bill Kenwright

 

Alex Ferns - His theatrical work includes the role of the "tapeworm" in "I.D.", a play about Dimitri Tsafendas and his assassination of South African Prime Minister Hendrik Verwoerd, the 2008 national tour of Agatha Christie's murder mystery "And Then There Were None", and "Little Shop of Horrors" as the Dentist

 

In February 2008, it was ported to the Wii console add something


2009

"HarperCollins" released a graphic novel adaptation of the book in 2009 add something

 

"And Then There Were None" was released by HarperCollins as a graphic novel adaptation on 30 April 2009, adapted by François Rivière and illustrated by Frank Leclercq add something


2010

On 13 November 2010, as part of its "Saturday Play" series, BBC Radio 4 broadcast a 90-minute adaptation written by Joy Wilkinson add something


2014

In February 2014, the BBC announced it had commissioned a film of the same name based on the novel add something


2015

Agatha Christie - And Then There Were None - On 15 September of 2015, coinciding with Agatha Christie's 125th birthday, "And Then There Were None" was voted as the "World's Favorite Christie", followed closely by "Murder on the Orient Express" and "The Murder of Roger Ackroyd"

 

Agatha Christie - And Then There Were None - On 15 September 2015, coinciding with Agatha Christie's 125th birthday, "And Then There Were None" was voted as the "World's Favorite Christie", followed closely by "Murder on the Orient Express" and "The Murder of Roger Ackroyd"


2016

In the 2016 novel "The Baker Street Jurors", a judge takes his barristers and jurors on a site visit to an English resort island, soon to become isolated by bad weather, and the hotel owner mentions the Agatha Christie story to the judge--who responds that he has read the story too, but has no intention of murdering anyone add something


2018

The 2018 novel "The Prisoner in the Castle," an installment of the "Maggie Hope Mysteries," has British WWII-era spy Maggie Hope confined to a remote Scottish island after she refuses to follow the path chosen for her by her superiors add something