Evil Under the Sun (1982)
5273-1 As Poirot PETER USTINOV) makes an important deduction, Kenneth Marshall (DENIS QUILLEY) becomes worried.
5273-2 Smiles can be deceiving, since Arlena (DIANA RIGG) and Daphne (MAGGIE SMITH) really hate each other as they sing to Kenneth's (DENIS QUILLEY's) accompaniment.
5273-3 Poirot (PETER USTINOV) spots one of his fellow guests and calls out, just before taking a swim.
5273-7 Rex (RODDY McDOWALL) only has one alibi, and he insists that Kenneth (DENIS QUILLEY) tell his daughter (EMILY HONE) to back him up.
5273-8 Daphne (MAGGIE SMITH) suggests to Poirot (PETER USTINOV) yet another solution to the murder.
5273-9 Arlena (DIANA RIGG) makes a grand entrance for the first night's dinner at the hotel.
5273-10 Poirot (PETER USTINOV) tells Sir Horace (COLIN BLAKELY) that everyone at the hotel is under suspicion and that Blatt had better furnish an alibi.
5273-13 Myra (SYLVIA MILES) and Odell (JAMES MASON) feel that if Arlena will star in their next play, they can get most of their money back.
5273-16 Christine and Patrick Redfern (JANE BIRKIN) and (NICHOLAS CLAY) insist they have nothing to fear from Poirot's investigation.
5273-18 (L): Hercule Poirot (PETER USTINOV) stays at a restort hotel with some very suspicious guests (rear L-R: COLIN BLAKELY, JANE BIRKIN, NICHOLAS CLAY, MAGGIE SMITH, DIANA RIGG, DENIS QUILLEY; center L-R SYLVIA MILES, JAMES MASON, EMILY HONE; front; RODDY McDOWALL).
5273-20 By his own admission, Hercule Poirot (PETER USTINOV) is the world's greatest detective.
5273-21 Daphne Castle (MAGGIE SMITH) owns the luxury island hotel where a murder takes place.
5273-22 Arlena Marshall (DIANA RIGG) has made more than a few enemies in her life.
5273-23 L: JAMES MASON is a Broadway producer. R: SYLVIA MILES is a Broadway producer.
5273-24 L: NICHOLAS CLAY has a roving eye. R: JANE BIRKIN appears to be shy.
5273-25 L: RODDY McDOWALL is a gossip columnist. R: COLIN BLAKELY is a wealthy industrialist.
5273-26 GUY HAMILTON is the director.
Note: These pressbook photos are not as sharp as the could be, because they and black and white copies of color photos.
with Peter Ustinov, Diana Rigg, and Maggie Smith. Directed by Guy Hamilton. EMI/Universal.
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