"A murderer strikes on board the luxury Nile steamer Karnak-and Hercule Poirot faces his most baffling case."06 October 1978Mystery140 mins
The film features the Belgian detective Hercule Poirot played by Peter Ustinov. It takes place in Egypt, mostly on the Nile River. Many of the cultural highlights of Egypt are also featured in the film, such as the Great Pyramids, the Sphinx, and temples at Abu Simbal and Karnak.
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Have you watched Death on the Nile yet? What did you think about it?