Approved | | Crime, Drama, Mystery
Seven guests, a newly hired secretary and two staff are gathered at a manor house on an isolated island by an unknown absentee host and are killed off one-by-one. They work together to determine who the killer is before it's too late.
Judging from the dialogue and actions in the scene before the voting scene, the vote probably goes thus: Rogers votes for Lombard, Miss Brent votes for Blore, Vera votes for Dr. Armstrong, Armstrong votes for Miss Brent, Lombard votes for the judge, and the judge and Blore vote for Rogers.
Detective William Henry Blore:
I know who took the dining room key!
Philip Lombard: Who?
Detective William Henry Blore: Rogers! He had the key to the dining room, fact. He unlocks the door, takes a little Indian, goes out and chops up some sticks, fact. And then...
Philip Lombard: And then he takes the chopper, and splits his own cranium, fact....
When Lombard and the other two come downstairs after the woman is scared by the seaweed, just before they discover the judge has been shot, Lombard finds the gun on the floor near the stairs. He didn't accidentally kick it off the stairs on the way down. In the flashback, when it is revealed how the judge's death was faked, the gun was lying on one of the stair treads, not on the floor.
The first line of the nursery rhyme appears onscreen - "Ten Little Indians Went Out To Dine...." - superimposed over a set of small statues of Native Americans - this is immediately followed by the film's title "And Then There Were None".