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Murder on the Orient Express (1974)Having concluded a case, detective Hercule Poirot (Albert Finney) settles into what he expects will be a relaxing journey home aboard the Orient Express. But his train is stopped by deep snow, and he is called on to solve a murder that occurred in his car the night before.Keywords:
Actors of "Murder on the Orient Express (1974)"
Characters of "Murder on the Orient Express (1974)"
Directors of "Murder on the Orient Express (1974)"Sidney LumetBirthdate: 25 June 1924, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
Creators of "Murder on the Orient Express (1974)"Paul DehnBirthdate: 5 November 1912, Manchester, England, UK
Critic Reviews of "Murder on the Orient Express (1974)"Parallax ViewJune 20, 2015
I'm as fond of "production values" as the next fellow, maybe fonder, but I don't wish to be force-fed them by a soulless dietitian who knows what I as a consumer ought to want.EmanuelLevy.ComMay 03, 2011
The major fun in watching Sidney Lumet's glitzy version of Agatha Christie is spotting the stars and observing their accents and eccentrictiesOzus' World Movie ReviewsFebruary 13, 2007
Top heavy with suspects but low on thrills.eFilmCritic.comApril 03, 2005
All-star murder-mystery fun.Combustible CelluloidJanuary 15, 2005
Only Finney goes to extra length here to play the finicky Poirot, though for some reason Bergman was singled out for an Academy Award.Needcoffee.comNovember 05, 2004
Though the ending's pretty obvious, even for those who haven't read the book, you can't deny the power of this cast.Creative LoafingSeptember 22, 2004
The real knockout performance comes from Finney, deservedly nominated for an eccentric turn that's unlike anything else he's ever attempted.Juicy CerebellumJuly 16, 2003
Lumet pulls off an incredible adaptation of a marvelous book.Mountain Xpress (Asheville, NC)February 12, 2003
Much of the film truly does belong to Finney's Poirot -- and to his scenes with Martin Balsam and George Colouris --all of which are endlessly entertaining and fascinating.
Gallery of "Murder on the Orient Express (1974)"