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Published on Jan 24, 2010
Trailer for the 1974 film version of Agatha Christie's 1939 novel, "Ten Little [whatevers, depending on how old you were when you purchased the novel]".
This version is variously referred to as: "And Then There Were None", "Ein Unbekannter Rechnet Ab" and "... E Poi, Non Ne Rimase Nessuno"
Filmed between the 1965 and 1989 versions, the was the second of three adaptations produced by Harry Alan Towers and uses a near identical script to the 1965 version. Moving the action away from an island off the English coast, 1965 found the victims situated high in the Austrian alps; in 1974, they were relocated to an empty Iranian hotel; by 1989, the story inexplicably took place on an African safari.
Here, the titular ten are played by: Charles Aznavour, Maria Rohm, Adolfo Celi ("Thunderball"), Stéphane Audran, Alberto de Mendoza, Richard Attenborough, Gert Fröbe ("Goldfinger", "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang"), Herbert Lom, Elke Sommer and Oliver Reed. Orson Welles provides the voice of Mr. U. N. Owen.
The film has recently been released on a DVD by Optimum on an English language DVD in the U.K. (excellent picture quality, btw, good colours and plenty of grain) while the score by Bruno Nicolai was finally released on CD by Digitmovies late in 2009.