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Poirot, TV Series, 1989-2013 IMDB

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  • Agatha Christie's Poirot

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stronghold EN

2006-04-07 10:50

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I have 5 episodes from season 5, I will be adding this week. (below is a list from the IMDB of season 5 episodes/dates)
Season 5
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Season 5, Episode 1: The Adventure of the Egyptian Tomb
17 January 1993

Season 5, Episode 2: The Underdog
24 January 1993

Season 5, Episode 3: Yellow Iris
31 January 1993

Season 5, Episode 4: The Case of the Missing Will
7 February 1993

Season 5, Episode 5: The Adventure of the Italian Nobleman
14 February 1993

Season 5, Episode 6: The Chocolate Box
21 February 1993

Season 5, Episode 7: Dead Man's Mirror
28 February 1993

Season 5, Episode 8: The Jewel Robbery at the Grand Metropolitan
7 March 1993


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stronghold EN

2006-04-07 16:43

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Series 5 seems to be taking place in 1936.
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...was that Austin hearse ..and Wolseley police car around in 1936??

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stronghold EN

2006-04-11 21:08

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trams in Belgium from episode 5.06**
[Image: trams.jpg]

edit: Picture restored.

-- Last edit: 2013-12-20 19:01:42 (Sunbar)

yvon52 BE

2006-07-10 22:53

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stronghold wrote trams in Belgium from episode 5.06**
[Image: trams.jpg]


Cela a été filmé au dépôt des trams de l'Avenue de tervuren à Bruxelles. C'est actuellement le Musée du Tram.

-- Last edit: 2013-12-20 18:58:22 (Sunbar)

stronghold EN

2007-01-03 03:35

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train in eps 2.04
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Sunbar UK

2007-02-10 22:04

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Period Pathé Newsreel film from Brooklands used in episode 2.05

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stronghold EN

2007-06-08 15:51

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in eps 6.02
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Sunbar UK

2007-10-30 13:15

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Vehicles added from episode 3.01, from the Agatha Christie book written to introduce the Poirot character set during World War I.

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sixcyl FR

2007-10-30 18:59

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Nice virtual Museum of automobile this series :)

93montero

2007-10-30 22:46

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I love David Suchet and Hugh Fraser together in this show.

Sunbar UK

2007-11-03 17:17

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Part of "Death in the Clouds", episode 4.02, is set in France.

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[*][*][*] for IMPDb.

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-- Last edit: 2012-03-06 13:41:04

Weasel1984 PL

2007-11-03 19:02

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When I was 7 y.o. I didn't like this series, because there were only 'such old cars' :whistle: , but now I must to say that it is a really nice and interesting collection. :king:

Sunbar UK

2007-11-16 13:09

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Episode 2.01, "Peril at End House" in Cornwall.

A De Haviland Biplane (Rapide?) and a unknown seaplane for IMPDb.

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Alexander DE

2007-11-16 16:06

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The bi-plane is a De Havilland DH.89A Dragon Rapide, built 1946, and the sea-plane is a Volmer VJ.22 Sportsman.
While the Dragon Rapide was first delivered in 1934 and therefore matches the period setting, the Volmer made it's maiden flight in 1958, more than 20 years after the film story. But being a kit-plane the rather simple design matches the early 1930s.

Bravada PL

2007-12-30 23:11

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The series is almost as brilliant as the "generique". Anyway, car chase in today's episode (the one with the stolen medallions/miniatures) - what might have been an Austin police car chased a couple in what I think might have been a BMW.

Sunbar UK

2008-01-05 20:36

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Episode 7.01 "Murder on the Links" is set in 1936 at Deauville in France.

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Sunbar UK

2008-01-06 14:34

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Episode 8.04 "Murder in Mesopotamia" completed.

One smaller background sedan visible.

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Sunbar UK

2008-01-06 21:39

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Episode 4.01 "The ABC Murders" completed

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Some smaller or less well seen background vehicles.

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A Wolseley (that looks a little too modern?), an unknown Austin and an Austin Seven (Ruby?).

-- Last edit: 2013-11-30 14:49:49

chris40 UK

2008-01-06 22:01

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Wolseley is probably OK, could be a 1936 14 or 16 h.p. The unknown Austin is probably a 1933 12/6 and there are two Rubies in the third thumbnail :D

Sunbar UK

2008-02-04 15:02

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Episode 3.05 "Wasps' Nest" Completed

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'Marble Hill' Underground station appears to be Arnos Grove on the Piccadilly line in real life.

Unknown breakdown truck not clearly seen...

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...plus a smaller background Austin and a blurred Morris or Ford?...

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-- Last edit: 2013-11-30 15:05:42

chris40 UK

2008-02-04 17:20

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Sunbar wrote ...plus a smaller background Austin and a blurred Morris or Ford?...


Austin, yes, comparing it to the MG I'd say a Big Seven. The blur is a Morris Eight Series I, apparently with an aftermarket boot.

-- Last edit: 2008-02-04 17:22:03

Sunbar UK

2008-02-09 18:08

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Episode 3.09 completed "The Theft of the Royal Ruby".

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De Havilland Tiger Moth for IMPDb.
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Alexander DE

2008-02-09 20:00

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Sunbar wrote [Image: cap293yg9.165.jpg] [Image: cap296hm0.8939.jpg]

It is a Stampe et Vertongen SV.4C built under licence either by S.N.C.A.N. (Societe Nationale de Constructions Aeronautiques du Nord -- short: Nord) in France or by A.I.A. (Atelier Industriel de l'Aéronautique d'Alger) in Algeria.

Those licence built versions were named Nord Stampe SV.4C or A.I.A. SV.4C and used a Renault 4-Pei engine. The Belgian built SV.4B used de Havilland Gipsy Major I engines, post-war more powerful Cirrus Major or Gipsy Major X.

The registration G-AAVX is not original. It belonged to a Saunders Roe A17 Cutty Sark flying boat which was sold to Canada and hence re-registered VR-SAA in 1930.

boardman EN

2008-02-09 20:34

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I appeared in several scenes of 'Murder On The Links' driving a blue 1924 Citroen 5cv Cloverleaf open tourer. John Barringer

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Alexander DE

2008-02-09 22:57

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Hi John! Very interesting, thanks for the info! Was it your own car you used?

Sunbar UK

2008-02-10 13:39

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John, I have looked again at the screen captures I have of 'Murder On The Links' and can only find a distant background tourer that is too small to identify. I will make a note to re-visit the episode as it is frequently repeated.

If you can supply more information that would be good. It is always interesting when somebody has actual information about the cars used. :)

Were some of the external scenes shot in the UK (I think they could have been) or were they all in France?

-- Last edit: 2008-02-10 13:42:25

boardman EN

2008-02-10 16:15

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Sunbar & Alexander. The car was my sons car that he had restored. I spent three or four days in Deauville and Trouville doing exterior shots. Much action was shot outside the Hotel Normandy (named Du Golf on screen) although interior shots of the hotel were actually done at Mentmore House near Aylesbury UK. I had a day filming there with My vintage Rolls Royce 20hp but it is only visible for a second or two as a background blocker in the doorway. I have a nice picture of the Citroen and also of a Chrysler outside the Hotel but have been unable to upload them (although I have tried). Film hire is great fun if you own an old car, especially if tourists are watching and you can overhear them wondering if you are someone famous! If you can send me an email address I will send some pictures that were taken on the set. john.barringer@ntlworld.com

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Sunbar UK

2008-02-11 21:05

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John thank you for sending the pictures of the cars during filming.

Your son's 1924 Citroen 5cv Cloverleaf open tourer is just visible in the background here, I believe.
I also included your picture for the Citroen. As I said before, if I can find a larger screen capture in the future I will list it separately.

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Your picture of the Chrysler is also included in its own listing...

/vehicle_147636-Chrysler-65-1929.html

Sunbar UK

2008-02-18 15:45

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Episode 3.08 "The Mystery of the Spanish Chest" and episode 9.04 "The Hollow" completed.

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Sunbar UK

2008-09-18 11:23

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Episode 10.03 "After the Funeral" includes a steam engine built in 1952.

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British Railways Standard Class 4 '75027' 4-6-0 from the Bluebell Railway Preservation Society.

More vehicles, a partially visible Vauxhall and unknown car seen passing in the background.

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Sunbar UK

2009-01-14 12:15

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Episode 10.01 The Mystery of the Blue Train (2005) completed.

Filming locations from IMDb...

Nene Valley Railway, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, England, UK
(Nice and Paris railway stations)

Nice, Alpes-Maritimes, France

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An ambulance only partly seen...

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stronghold EN

2009-11-18 00:22

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in eps 2.01
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Locomotive from part 2 of this episode.

Sunbar UK

2009-12-29 12:23

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Episode 11.04 'Appointment with Death' added...

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Sunbar UK

2010-01-14 21:32

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Episode 12.02 'Three Act Tragedy' added...

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Background cars, 1937 Austin and Wolseley...

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sandy1000 AU

2010-08-31 10:44

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In The Kidnapped Prime Minister there is a Beech 18. I guess this is in period as the protype Beech first flew in Jan 1937. Any comment on this? I doubt whether it would have flown on European international commercial flights in the 1930s but I might be wrong.

Sunbar UK

2010-10-31 16:21

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Episode 12.03 completed

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Background Wolseleys? ...

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Steam locomotives from the Bluebell Railway...

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Southern 'U' Class No.1638

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Standard Class 4MT Tank Locomotive No.80151

http://www.bluebell-railway.co.uk/bluebell/locos/80151/index.html


APS221 US

2011-07-05 05:00

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The background Wolseley on the left, KVX 757, is probably this one: /vehicle_86369-Wolseley-14-60-1946.html It was frequently used in "Foyle's War."

Sunbar UK

2011-09-05 12:13

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Episode 11.03 'The Third Girl' added...

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Sunbar UK

2012-02-24 20:27

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Episode 2.09 more background vehicles and plane.

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For IMPDb, a Beech 18 C-45 [*][*] six seat staff transport G-BKGL marked as '1164' from Duxford Imperial War Museum, UK but seen here at Shoreham Airport. The same plane is also seen in Upstairs Downstairs.

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dsl SX

2012-02-24 21:02

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Sunbar wrote The same plane is also seen in Upstairs Downstairs.

...... because they left their landing lights on???

rjluna2 US

2012-02-24 21:16

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dsl wrote ...... because they left their landing lights on???

:lol:

Corkeyandpals US

2014-10-05 20:06

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Aircraft at: http://impdb.org/index.php?title=Agatha_Christie%27s_Poirot

oddsox US

2015-03-24 02:58

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[*][*]1/2
Windup toy car used in several scenes, episode 1.03
anybody know what kind?

Sunbar UK

2015-03-29 19:17

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^ It looks like one of the Meccano Motor Car Constructor Sets made from about 1932.

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http://www.brightontoymuseum.co.uk/wiki/Category:Meccano_Motor_Car_Constructor

oddsox US

2015-03-29 19:25

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Sunbar wrote ^ ...looks like one of the Meccano Motor Car Constructor Sets.



sure does -- great catch, Sunbar, thanks!

oddsox US

2015-03-30 05:44

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Sunbar wrote Period Pathé Newsreel film from Brooklands used in episode 2.05

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adding to Sunbar's newsreel pix: can anyone ID these cars? Do any deserve their own pages?

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This car, along with racers # 2, 3, 11 and 37 look like Bugattis to me.
What about #s 6, 9, 15, 17, 21, 41, 47 and 48?

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notice the Talbot and Autocar background signage...

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is this an early BMW?

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johnfromstaffs EN

2015-03-30 15:03

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6 looks to be a 4 1/2 litre Bentley.

9 is a Lea-Francis "Hyper" in race trim.

17 has a distinct Brooklands Riley look about it.

41 looks big enough to be a Speed Six Bentley.

The "early BMW" looks more like an MG with twin rear wheels and a streamlining cowl to me.

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oddsox US

2015-03-30 17:30

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^thanks johnfromstaffs^

oddsox US

2015-04-04 20:26

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[*] from ep 3.07 "The Double Clue" @6:52
photoshopped

looks American.
Any ideas?

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Gamer DE

2016-10-02 17:25

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Ended in 2013.

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