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The Agatha Christie Hour Volume 5: The Mystery of the Blue Jar / The Red Signal DVD

John Frankau, Cyril Coke, 1982

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Film Details

Directed by John Frankau, Cyril Coke

Produced in 1982

Main Language - English

Countries & Regions - British Film

Film Description

Two dramas from ITV's The Agatha Christie Hour - The Mystery of the Blue Jar and The Red Signal.

The Mystery of the Blue Jar: Playing golf early one morning, Jack Harrington hears a cry, "Murder! Help!" from a nearby cottage. He runs up to find a beautiful French girl, Felise, placidly weeding the garden, oblivious to any disturbance. When the Jack hears the same cries for many days he begins to think he might be mad. But are more sinister forces at work?

The Red Signal: Dermot West is invited to dinner at the home of Jack and Claire Trent. The first is his best friend, the second, the woman he loves. During the evening the conversation turns to the supernatural; Dermot admits he frequently gets what he calls 'the red signal' to warn him of impending danger. He neglects to mention that he is getting the signal strongly that night!

DVD Details

Certificate: PG

Publisher: Fremantle Home Entertainment

Length: 103 mins

Format: DVD Colour

Region: 2

Released: 10th May 2010

Cat No: FHED2709

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