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Starring: Barry Fitzgerald, Walter Huston, Lois Hayward, Roland Young, June Duprez, Mischa Auer, C. Aubrey Smith

Eight people, all total strangers to each other, are invited to small, isolated Indian Island off the coast of Devon, England, by Mr. and Mrs. Owen. They settle in at a mansion tended by two newly hired servants, Thomas and Ethel Rogers, but their hosts are absent. When the guests sit down to dinner, they notice the centerpiece, ten figurines of Indians in a circle. Afterward, Thomas Rogers puts on a gramophone record, from which a voice accuses them all of murder:

General Sir John Mandrake (C. Aubrey Smith), of ordering his wife’s lover, a lieutenant, to his death

Emily Brent (Judith Anderson), of the death of her young nephew

Dr. Edward G. Armstrong (Walter Huston), of drunkenness which resulted in a patient dying

Prince Nikita Starloff (Mischa Auer), of killing a couple

Vera Claythorne (June Duprez), of murdering her sister’s fiance

Judge Francis J. Quinncannon (Barry Fitzgerald), of being responsible for the hanging of an innocent man

Philip Lombard (Louis Hayward), of killing 21 East African tribesmen

William H. Blore (Roland Young), of perjury, resulting in an innocent man’s death

Thomas (Richard Haydn) and Ethel Rogers (Queenie Leonard), of the demise of their previous employer, an invalid.

It turns out that none of the ten knows or has even seen “U. N. Owen,” as he signed his instructions to Rogers; they suddenly realize it stands for “unknown.” The guests decide to leave, but Rogers informs them that the boat will not return until Monday, and it is only Friday.

Starloff admits to speeding and running down a couple. Then he takes a drink and dies from poison. The next morning, the guests learn that Mrs. Rogers has died in her sleep. Quinncannon reports that Rogers found one figurine broken after Starloff’s demise. Now another is missing. With two deaths matching the Ten Little Indians nursery rhyme, they search the island for “Mr. Owen” without success. After General Mandrake is stabbed in the back, the judge arrives at the only explanation: Owen must be one of them.

Another day passes. Everyone votes secretly for whom they suspect. Only Rogers receives two votes, and is sent to spend the night in the woodshed. After locking the dining room, they give Rogers the key. The next morning, however, they find him dead, his head split open with an axe. Vera persuades Brent to reveal that she had her nephew placed in a reformatory, where he hanged himself. Later that day, Brent’s body is found with a hypodermic needle nearby. Armstrong discovers his is missing. Lombard admits he had a revolver, but it is lost as well.

At dinner, Quinncannon confesses he sentenced an innocent man to death to ruin the defending counsel’s reputation. Armstrong then admits to operating while drunk, with fatal results. Blore grudgingly discloses that he perjured himself to put an innocent man in prison, where he died. Lombard merely states that the accusation against him is true. When it is Vera’s turn, she excuses herself to get her coat. The others hear her shriek and rush to her. In the confusion, a single gunshot is heard. They find Vera shaken after being brushed by seaweed hanging from the ceiling, which she mistook for a cold hand. They also spot Lombard’s gun, and Quinncannon dead from a shot to the head.

Vera insists she is innocent, but Armstrong contends that only a person who had not committed a crime would want to mete out “justice” and locks her in her room. Later that night, she wakes to find Lombard outside her window. After he gives her his gun, she lets him inside. He persuades Vera to admit that it was her sister who killed her fiancé; and that she helped her cover up the crime and unofficially took the blame, while caring for her sister until she died. They hear someone going downstairs. Upon investigation, they realize that Armstrong is missing.

The next morning, Blore is struck while outside by stonework toppled from the floor above. Lombard takes the binoculars beside the body and sees what Blore had—a corpse on the beach. It is Armstrong. Vera pulls out the gun, certain that Lombard is the killer. Lombard tells her that his real name is Charles Morley, and that he impersonated his friend to discover if the invitation had anything to do with his friend’s suicide.

“Owen” watches from the mansion as Vera fires and Morley drops. Returning to the mansion, Vera finds a rope and noose hanging in the parlor and discovers who Owen is: Quinncannon, very much alive. The judge tells her that all his life he had searched for perfect justice. After learning that he was terminally ill, he concocted this plan. He persuaded Armstrong to fake his (Quinncannon’s) death, supposedly to help catch Owen, and then murdered Armstrong. He tells Vera that she can either hang herself or be sent to the gallows (as the only possible perpetrator). He drinks poisoned whiskey, but he sees Morley before he dies and realizes that his scheme has been foiled. Vera had missed intentionally. Boat owner Fred Narracott returns to the island, asking the couple if the party is ready to leave, to which they reply, “You get them!” and run off to the boat.

And Then There Were None is a 1945 film adaptation of Agatha Christie‘s best-selling mystery novel of the same name and is directed by René Clair. In the UK it had the title “Ten Little Niggers.”

The film changes certain characters’ names and adheres to the ending of the stage play rather than that of the novel.

Though it was produced by a major studio, 20th Century Fox, the copyright was allowed to lapse and the film is now in the public domain. Several different editions of varying quality have been released to home video formats.

This adaptation of the novel took, overall, fewer liberties with Christie’s plot than some of the other versions. Most of changes were made in order to comply with the strict censorship of the day, which included changing the backstories behind Miss Brent’s and Vera Claythorne’s crimes, since a film that would imply such themes as child murder and teenage pregnancy would never be allowed to be viewed by the general public.

Some of the other characters’ names and crimes were also changed. Judge Francis J Quincannon was known as Justice Lawrence J Wargrave in the book. General Sir John Mandrake was called General John Gordon Macarthur and Prince Nikita Starloff replaced Anthony Marston. In the novel, Marston had killed two children—John and Lucy Combes—while driving recklessly.

The ending, though, is radically altered. Only the 1987 Soviet film version kept the novel’s ending. This film, like all the other Western versions, changed the shooting of Philip Lombard (played by Louis Hayward) and the suicide of Vera Claythorne’s character (played by June Duprez) in favour of a more upbeat ending. Vera pretends to shoot Lombard so that the real murderer will believe he is dead.

In this 1945 version, the film follows the altered denouement Christie herself had rewritten for her 1943 stage version of the book. There is one major alteration — in the play, Vera thinks she has shot Lombard, after which the murderer appears and attacks her; Lombard, who was only grazed, comes to at the last minute and shoots the murderer as he is about to strangle the terrified girl. The film, however, simply has Vera help Lombard fake his death, then confront the culprit who commits suicide after revealing his motive and murder techniques.

All in all, the result is the same; the two major characters are left alive and innocent of the crimes they were accused of. Later remakes in 1965, 1974, and 1989 (all using the title Ten Little Indians), also used one of these two revised finales.

One final alteration is the title. Christie’s novel was originally titled Ten Little Niggers and then it was changed to Ten Little Indians, the title it is often known by today. In some countries, such as UK and Australia, the novel was renamed And Then There Were None.

And Then There Were None currently holds a 100% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

Christie’s mystery has been filmed a number of times, including as Ten Little Indians (1965), Ten Little Indians (1974), Desyat Negrityat (1987) and Ten Little Indians (1989), with variations to its characters and locale.

The poem: “Ten little Indian boys went out to dine; One choked his little self and then there were Nine. Nine little Indian boys sat up very late; One overslept himself and then there were Eight. Eight little Indian boys traveling in Devon; One said he’d stay there and then there were Seven. Seven little Indian boys chopping up sticks; One chopped himself in halves and then there were Six. Six little Indian boys playing with a hive; A bumblebee stung one and then there were Five. Five little Indian boys going in for law; One got into Chancery and then there were Four. Four little Indian boys going out to sea; A red herring swallowed one and then there were Three. Three little Indian boys walking in the Zoo; A big bear hugged one and then there were Two. Two little Indian boys were out in the sun; One got all frizzled up and then there was one*. One little Indian boy left all alone; He went out and hanged himself and then there were none.”

(*In some versions Two Little Indian boys playing with a gun; One shot the other and then there was one.)

This movie, as all existent versions of “Ten Little Indians,” is based not on the novel by Agatha Christie but on her very similar play. While the identity of the murderer is the same in both versions, the outcome of who survives the murderer’s plot is very different.

Queenie Leonard (Mrs. Rogers), who died on January 17, 2002, was the last surviving cast member of the movie.

There is no dialogue at all in this film for the first five minutes.

Emily Brent’s line, “Those whom the gods would destroy…” is from the Greek dramatist Euripides.

“The wicked flee . . .” is from the Book of Proverbs.

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Ray works for MI6, Claire for the CIA. She burns him in Dubai. Jump ahead five years: he sees her in Grand Central and confronts her. Both now work in industrial security for corporate giants whose CEOs hate each other. Flashbacks fill us in: is it coincidence that he sees her in Grand Central? In about a week, one of the firms is going to announce a revolutionary product. Under the guise of helping that corporation&#39s rival, can Ray and Claire work their own theft and find an independent buyer? To work together, using the corporate rivalry to their advantage, they would have to trust one another - difficult, if not impossible. Or, is one playing the other?

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Lily works for a bookie, placing bets to change the odds at the track. When her son is hospitalized after an unsuccessful con job and resultant beating, she finds that even an absentee parent has feelings for her child. This causes her own job to go wrong as well. Each of them faces the down side of the grift.

London gangster, Tony Lord, is the son of the notoriously ruthless, Terry Lord (Ray Winstone). After a standard shake down goes awry, Tony must confront his father&#39s past in order to alter the gritty, abusive path that his life is spiraling down.

Private detective Philip Marlowe is hired by a rich family. Before the complex case is over, he&#39s seen murder, blackmail, and what might be love.

A convicted murderer on Death Row and the nun who befriends him. Through the portrayal of finely drawn characters and their interactions as the days, hours, and minutes tick down to the condemned man&#39s execution, powerful emotions are unleashed. While Matthew Poncelet and Sister Prejean desperately try to gain a stay of execution from the governor or the courts, scenes are intercut from the brutal crime, gradually revealing the truth about the events that transpired. In addition to her temporal help, the nun also tries to reach out spiritually and assist as a guide to salvation.

Cat and mouse. Jonathan McQuarry is an auditor in Manhattan, moving from office to office checking their books. While working late, a smooth and well-dressed man named Wyatt Bose chats Jonathan up, offers him a joint, and soon they&#39re pals. When their cell phones are accidentally swapped, Jonathan answers Wyatt&#39s phone to a series of women asking if he&#39s free tonight. Jonathan discovers it&#39s a sex club: busy powerful people meet each other anonymously in hotels. Jonathan falls for one of the club members, whom he knows only as "S,9quot; whom he&#39s also seen on a subway. When she goes missing, patterns emerge and Jonathan faces demands involving violence and lots of money.

Some time after the Civil War, a stagecoach hurtles through the wintry Wyoming landscape. Bounty hunter John Ruth and his fugitive captive Daisy Domergue race towards the town of Red Rock, where Ruth will bring Daisy to justice. Along the road, they encounter Major Marquis Warren (an infamous bounty hunter) and Chris Mannix (a man who claims to be Red Rock&#39s new sheriff). Lost in a blizzard, the bunch seeks refuge at Minnie&#39s Haberdashery. When they arrive they are greeted by unfamiliar faces: Bob, who claims to be taking care of the place while Minnie is gone; Oswaldo Mobray, the hangman of Red Rock; Joe Gage, a cow puncher; and confederate general Sanford Smithers. As the storm overtakes the mountainside, the eight travelers come to learn that they might not make it to Red Rock after all.

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