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Ten Little Indians(1975)

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  • Ten Little Indians

    • Scott Palmer
    • 4/4/13

    Also known as AND THEN THERE WERE NONE, this is the second version of the Agatha Christie story filmed by producer Harry Alan Towers. Although the plot remains the same, the location has been changed to an enormous, isolated hotel in the Iranian desert. There's still a great deal of suspense. The little Indian figurines now wear turbans. The international cast includes Oliver Reed, Sir Richard Attenborough, Elke Sommer, Herbert Lom, Stephane Audran, and James Bond villains Gert Frobe (Goldfinger) and Adolfo Celi (Thunderball). Charles Aznavour is on hand to sing, and Orson Welles supplies the voice of Mr. Owen, who accuses each guest of past crimes on a tape recorder. The film was made by an English company, but co-produced by Italy, Germany, Spain and France. The Spanish version (known as Diez Negritos), which runs eight or nine minutes longer, has a subplot involving a police inspector and some smugglers, and is interspersed with the main film, although none of the actors (Nasser Malek Moti, Teresa Gimpera, Rik Battaglia, Sepedeh) have any contact with the main stars of the film. The one exception is the film's beginning, where the main stars disembark from a plane at the airport, while Malek Moti observes.

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