Agatha Christie's Poirot - Season 2

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  • 9/16/90
    8.8

    Hastings is a guest at the Inglethorp country manor when Emily Inglethorp is murdered. With the whole household under suspicion, Hastings sends for his old friend Hercule Poirot.

  • 3/4/90
    7.1

    Marie Marvelle, a Belgian film star, receives threatening letters from a chinaman which demand her famous diamond, the Western Star. Marie visits her old friend Hercule Poirot in London, seeking his help, and Poirot tackles the case with relish.

  • 2/25/90
    8.3
    Poirot is called in when the British Prime Minister and his secretary are kidnapped in France on their way to a League of Nations conference - and because of the international situation, Poirot is given just a day and a half to solve the case.
  • 2/18/90
    8.6
    A glamorous nightclub-singer-turned-spy has stolen the US Navy's plans for a new submarine, and an FBI agent called Burt is in London to catch her. Burt meets Poirot and dismisses him as a gumshoe, while Poirot is not impressed by the self-important G-man. Poirot is drawn into the case when it appears that the submarine plans will fall into the hands of Italy's Fascists unless they are recovered. Then Poirot meets a young couple who have had an amazing bargain on a valuable London apartment, and he sees a connection with the spy case.moreless
  • Double Sin
    Episode 6
    2/11/90
    8.3
    Poirot tells an astonished Hastings that he has made up his mind to retire and suggests they take a holiday in the Lake District, in the north of England. On the way there, Hastings befriends a young woman who has lost a valuable collection of miniatures. The case involves a famous writer and a beautiful woman in a sports car, and to the relief of Hastings Poirot's thoughts of retirement soon seem far away.moreless
  • 2/4/90
    9.3

    Matthew Davenheim, a rich banker, disappears on a walk from his country house to the village post office, and Inspector Japp of Scotland Yard is put onto the case. Poirot, who has developed an interest in conjuring tricks, bets Japp five pounds that he can solve the mystery without leaving his apartment.

    Meanwhile, Poirot has acquired a parrott - which he finds has its uses.

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  • 1/28/90
    9.0

    Poirot travels to Cornwall, summoned by a Mrs Pengelley, who suspects her dentist husband is poisoning her because he's fallen in love with his young assistant. Unhappily, on his arrival Poirot finds his client stone dead, so he sets out to catch her killer.

  • The Lost Mine
    Episode 3
    1/21/90
    8.7
    Hastings and Poirot are playing the board game Monopoly when they are interrupted by Lord Pearson, the elegant Chairman of the London and Shanghai Bank. The banker asks them to investigate the disappearance of a Mr Ling - a highly-valued customer who, before he went missing, had arranged to sell Lord Pearson a map showing where to find a long-lost silver mine. Then Ling is found murdered, a young stockbroker is suspected, and Poirot has to untangle a devilishly mixed-up mystery.moreless
  • The Veiled Lady
    Episode 2
    1/14/90
    8.6
    Poirot calls to see the veiled lady of the title (Lady Millicent Castle-Vaughn) at her London hotel. Lady Millicent is about to be married, but a mean blackmailer called Lavington has got hold of a love letter she wrote years before to another man. Lavington wants twenty thousand pounds, and Poirot makes up his mind to recover the letter himself, even if it means impersonating a Swedish locksmith.moreless
  • Peril at End House
    Episode 1
    1/7/90
    9.4

    Poirot and Hastings take a holiday in Cornwall, looking for peace and quiet. They meet Miss Nick Buckley, who lives near their hotel at End House, and she tells Poirot she has had three near-fatal accidents in a few weeks. He then finds a bullet hole in her hat, returns with her to End House and is drawn into a complex murder investigation…

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