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Relative newcomer Lucy Boynton plays Countess Helena Andrenyi, Leslie Odom Jr (a star from the Broadway hit show Hamilton) is soldier Colonel John Arbuthnot and Tom Bateman has the role of Bouc, a director of the Simplon-Orient-Express line.
A tough broad aboard: In the role of the loudmouthed American Mrs Hubbard, Lauren Bacall (left) got most of the script's wisecracks in the 1974 film.
Among many witty scenes, there’s one in which, in the haughtiest way, she says: ‘I order the fish!
’ Branagh remarks: ‘She might as well have been saying: “I’ll have the fish, bitch!
The intention was to give a sense of Poirot’s past involvement with ‘physical encounters with violence’.
Around six mya, the first wolf-like dog arrived in western Europe.
According to Wang and Tedford, the first true foxes appeared in North America late in the Miocene (around 9 mya) and were represented by a small Californian species known as , which was found in the Central African country of Chad and dates to the late Miocene (some 7 mya).
The extra-special, special effect in a new all-star version of Murder On The Orient Express featuring Agatha Christie’s famous sleuth, Hercule Poirot, involved months of research. While Albert Finney (left) favoured a restrained handlebar- design, Kenneth Branagh (right) is going for the full Kaiser Bill. it's called a chin puff Two very dour dames: Only West End royalty could do justice to frosty Russian emigre Natalia Dragomiroff.
All that effort was to create a spectacular moustache for the eccentric Belgian detective. Wendy Hiller (left) played the imperious princess in the original while Judi Dench adds her own Siberian chill (right) Meekly magnificent: Offered the larger role of Princess Dragomiroff, Ingrid Bergman preferred to play the Swedish missionary, Greta. Penelope Cruz will play Pilar Pilar Estravados, a Hispanic version of Greta The body in question: Veteran tough-guy actor Richard Widmark was cast as the enigmatic U. businessman Samuel Ratchet, who is found stabbed to death in his cabin.
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