Thirteen at Dinner Summary
Peter Ustinov brought his interpretation of Hercule Poirot to television after starring on the big screen in versions of Agatha Christie's "Death on the Nile" and "Evil Under the Sun," ferreting out in "Thirteen at Dinner" the killer of a wealthy British lord. Faye Dunaway, fresh from starring in the theatrical movie of Dame Agatha's "Ordeal by Innocence," here plays a dual role: an American actress newly widowed by her husband's murder and a talented impersonator confounding the case. The addition to the mix in this film is the character of Arthur Hastings, Poirot's fussy associate and sounding board (played by Jonathan Cecil).
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