Ten Little Indians (1974)

PG   |    |  Mystery, Thriller

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Ten people are invited to a hotel in the Iranian desert, only to find that an unseen person is killing them one by one. Could one of them be the killer?



  • Herbert Lom in Ten Little Indians (1974)
  • Maria Rohm in Ten Little Indians (1974)
  • Oliver Reed and Elke Sommer in Ten Little Indians (1974)
  • Oliver Reed and Elke Sommer in Ten Little Indians (1974)
  • Oliver Reed and Elke Sommer in Ten Little Indians (1974)
  • Gert Fröbe and Elke Sommer in Ten Little Indians (1974)

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9 October 1999 | foz-3
Odd update of Christie's classic
This pretty mediocre remake has a very strange feel to it. The main reason for this is the setting. Filming was done in a very plush Iranian hotel and the film was set in the present day rather than the 1930's. The result is a rather kitsch 1970's thriller and it would be interesting to see what Agatha Christie thought of it. The story needs very few actors to perform in the film which explains the reason why the producers were able to afford such an impressive cast list on an obviously tight budget. Interestingly, Charles Aznavour makes an appearance and unnecessarily plugs his (then) new single during the after-dinner scene. Thankfully, we are spared from any more of his singing because he dies shortly afterwards. On a passing note, one of the most amusing death scenes in cinema history is provided by Richard Attenborough who plays the judge.

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