Agatha Christie’s wicked whodunit, Ten Little Indians, was published in 1939, but had to wait for the war to end for adaptation to the silver screen. In 1945 producer/director René Clair did exactly that with the release of And Then There Were None, which featured a terrific cast that included Walter Huston, Judith Anderson, Louis Hayward and Barry Fitzgerald.
News arrived this past week that VCI Entertainment has a newly-restored edition of And Then There Were None planned for both DVD and Blu-ray release on Aug. 27. Bonus features include an optional narrative track for the blind.
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