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Hercule Poirot

Hercule Poirot

Hercule Poirot is the effete, efficient Belgian detective created by mystery writer Dame Agatha Christie. With his signature moustache carfully trimmed and waxed, Poirot uses his "little gray cells" (brains) to solve the most baffling crimes. Despite some disappointing earlier attempts to bring the character to the screen, the all-star film of "Murder On The Orient Express" became a hit with Albert Finney as Poirot. A subsequent seires of films and made-for-TV films featured Peter Ustinov. Among Christie fans, however, David Suchet, who played the part in a successful Brititsh TV series is considered the definitive Poirot. ... more on Wikipedia

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