Production info

Ejiputo-fumbo no Nazo
Japan, 2004  TV  

TV-series Agasa Kurisuti no Meitantei Powaro to Mapuru

Hercule Poirot examines whether a curse from an Egyptian tomb was responsible for the deaths of several members of an archaeology team.

Double episode from the series "Agatha Christie's Great Detectives Poirot and Marple" (アガサ·クリスティーの名探偵ポワロとマープル), a Japanese anime adaptation of Agatha Christie stories that uses her characters Hercule Poirot and Miss Marple. A new character named Mabel West, Miss Marple's great-niece, who becomes M. Poirot's junior assistant, is used to connect the stories of the two detectives. This particular episode is based on Agatha Christie's "The Adventure of the Egyptian Tomb", which was first published in 1924 in the short story collection "Poirot Investigates".

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