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Adaptations of the works of Agatha Christie:

FilmEdit

Year Title Story based on Notes
1928The Passing of Mr. QuinnThe Coming of Mr QuinFirst Christie film adaptation
1929Die Abenteurer G.m.b.H.The Secret AdversaryFirst Christie foreign film adaptation; a German adaptation of The Secret Adversary
1931AlibiThe stage play Alibi and the novel The Murder of Roger AckroydFirst Christie film adaptation to feature Hercule Poirot
1931Black CoffeeBlack Coffee
1932Le Coffret de LaqueBlack CoffeeFrench adaptation of Black Coffee
1934Lord Edgware DiesThirteen at Dinner
1937Love from a StrangerThe stage play Love from a Stranger and the short story Philomel CottageReleased in the US as A Night of Terror
1945And Then There Were NoneThe stage play And Then There Were None and the novel And Then There Were NoneFirst Christie film adaptation of And Then There Were None
1947Love from a StrangerThe stage play Love from a Stranger and the short story Philomel CottageReleased in the UK as A Stranger Walked In
1957Witness for the ProsecutionThe stage play Witness for the Prosecution and the short story The Witness for the Prosecution
1960The Spider's WebSpider's Web
1960Chupi Chupi AasheyThe Mousetrap and Three Blind Mice (radio play and short story) Uncredited adaptation in Bengali; possibly the only notable film version of the celebrated play. 
1961Murder, She Said4.50 from PaddingtonFirst Christie film adaptation to feature Miss Marple
1963Murder at the GallopAfter the FuneralIn the film, Miss Marple replaces Hercule Poirot
1964Murder Most FoulMrs McGinty's DeadThe film is loosely based on the book and as a major change Miss Marple replaces Hercule Poirot
1964Murder Ahoy!NoneAn original film, not based on any book, although it borrows some elements of They Do It with Mirrors
1965GumnaamAnd Then There Were NoneUncredited adaptation of And Then There Were None
1965Ten Little IndiansThe stage play And Then There Were None and the novel And Then There Were None
1965The Alphabet MurdersThe A.B.C. Murders
1972Endless NightEndless Night
1973DhundThe Unexpected GuestDhund (translation: Fog) is a 1973 Hindi movie produced and directed by B. R. Chopra
1974Murder on the Orient Express Murder on the Orient Express
1974And Then There Were NoneThe stage play And Then There Were None and the novel And Then There Were NoneReleased in the US as Ten Little Indians
1978Death on the NileThe stage play Murder on the Nile and the novel Death on the Nile
1980The Mirror Crack'dThe Mirror Crack'd from Side to Side
1982Evil Under the SunEvil Under the Sun
1985Ordeal by InnocenceOrdeal by Innocence
1987Desyat NegrityatThe stage play And Then There Were None and the novel And Then There Were NoneRussian film adaptation of And Then There Were None
1988Appointment with DeathThe stage play Appointment with Death and the novel Appointment with Death
1989Ten Little IndiansThe stage play And Then There Were None and the novel And Then There Were None
1995Innocent LiesTowards Zero
2005Mon petit doigt m'a dit...By the Pricking of My ThumbsFrench adaptation of By the Pricking of My Thumbs
2007L'Heure zéroTowards ZeroFrench adaptation of Towards Zero
2008Le crime est notre affaire4.50 from PaddingtonFrench adaptation of 4.50 from Paddington
2012GrandmasterThe A.B.C. MurdersIndian (Malayalam) adaptation of The A.B.C Murders

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TelevisionEdit

Miss Marple television seriesEdit

Episodes of the television series Miss Marple include:

Agatha Christie's Marple television seriesEdit

Episodes of the television series Agatha Christie's Marple include:

Agatha Christie's Poirot television seriesEdit

Episodes of the television series Agatha Christie's Poirot include:

Graphic novelsEdit

Euro Comics India began issuing a series of graphic novel adaptations of Christie's work in 2007.

Video gamesEdit

AnimationEdit

In 2004 the Japanese broadcasting company Nippon Hōsō Kyōkai 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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