Sparkling Cyanide Trailer

Sparkling Cyanide Trailer (1983)

05 November 1983 100 mins

One year ago on November 2, seven people sat down to dinner at the Luxembourg. One of them, Rosemary Barton, never got up. She was thought to have committed suicide due to post-flu depression.

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Cast

Anthony Andrews

as Tony Browne

Deborah Raffin

as Iris Murdoch

Pamela Bellwood

as Ruth Lessing

Nancy Marchand

as Lucilla Drake

Josef Sommer

as George Barton

David Huffman

as Stephan Farraday

Christine Belford

as Rosemary Barton

Crew

International Titles

Agatha Christie's Sparkling Cyanide Trailer

Cianuro espumoso Trailer

Remembered Death Trailer

International Releases Dates

United States 05 November 1983

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