Agatha Christie

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Agatha Christie (1890-1976)
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Agatha Mary Clarissa Christie, warmi, Agatha Christie, (Torquay, 1890 mara 15 uru Llamp'u phaxsin yuritayna - 1976 mara 12 uru Chichu phaxsin yuriwi), Flag of England.svg Inlatirra jacha marka qillqiri.

Awki: Frederick Alvah Miller; Tayka: Clara Boehmer.
Qusanaka: Archibald Christie (1914-1928) / Max Mallowan (1930-1976).
Yuqa: Rosalind Hicks (1919-2004).

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Agatha Christie is no stranger to the cinema. Over the last 78 years, Poirot, Miss Marple, Tommy and Tuppence, Mr. Quin, Parker Pyne, and many others have been portrayed on numerous occasions:

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  • Snow Upon the Desert (romantic novel)
  • Personal Call (supernatural radio play, featuring Inspector Narracott - a recording is in the British National Sound Archive)
  • Butter in a Lordly Dish (horror/detective radio play, adapted from The Woman and the Kenite)
  • Being So Very Wilful (romantic)

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In 2004, the Japanese broadcasting company Nippon Housou Kyoukai turned Poirot and Marple into animated characters in the anime series Agatha Christie's Great Detectives Poirot and Marple, introducing Mabel West (daughter of Miss Marple's mystery-writer nephew Raymond West, a canonical Christie character) and her duck Oliver as new characters.

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